Hospitals in Ensenada

Blvd. de la Dunas #22
Tel: (646) 176 7600 (al 02)

Blvd. de la Dunas #22
Tel. (646) 176 7633

Av. Iturbe # 399
Tel: (646) 177 3984

Calle Neptuno # 135
Tel: (646) 176 0295

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