Hospitals in León

Public medical institution with emergency services, hospitalization, specializations, pharmacy and outpatient consultations.
Carr. de cuota Guanajuato – Silao km 6.5
Phone (473) 733 1573

Madero 112 Col. Centro
Phone (477) 713 3413

Reforma 110
Phone (477) 713 3709

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Universidad de Guanajuato
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