Hospitals in Chetumal

Public medical institution.
Avenida Andrés Quintana Roo #399 Col Centro
Phone (983) 002 1932

The first hospital of the city.
Calle Juárez s/n Col Centro.
Phone (983) 002 1937

Venustiano Carranza #366 col. Italia
Phone (983) 832 8881

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