One thing that helped is that a friend gave me a ride and handled all the insurance stuff. It was just more efficient and they were trying to be nice/hospitable. In the end, I got everything I needed relatively quickly. This is after I went to the quack doctor in our neighborhood who wanted to give me a Benadryl and call it a day. I would have never gone to such a shady place but my friend insisted that she knew him.
|Random wall art outside of British council, rainbow St|
because I didnt take any pics of the hospital lol
If you don't speak much Arabic don't worry because its not a problem. One thing worth mentioning is that you will need to take your passport with you. Also, if you're on birth control and coming to study in Jordan for a short time, it may just be easier to bring enough with you for the time. Also, inhalers can be found for cheap in a pharmacy. Its not necessary to schedule a doctor's appointment to get a prescription for one like many places in the US. So that's nice, saves some money and time. Anyway, this is all I can think of for this post. Hopefully, you will not need a hospital during your stay in Amman.