Hospitals in Playa del Carmen

RIVIERA MAYA HOSPITAL
Part of the private hospital network of international character, with more than 1,000 beds, committed to a sanitary first level service that attends to 500,000 patients annually. Equipped with the latest technological innovations in the medical field, with a team of well known professionals.
Calle Balamcanche Lote 1, Mza- 30
Phone (984) 803 1002
http://ww.hospiten.es

MEDICA DEL CARMEN
A clinic with more than 10 years of medical experience, located in Playa del Carmen.
Av. 25 corner with Calle 2
Phone (987) 030 0885

UNIDAD DE MEDICINA FAMILIAR (IMSS)
Av.30 Norte
Phone (987) 003 0284



Sources:
Enciclopedia Virtual de los Municipios de México, http://www.e-local.gob.mx
Turista Quintana Roo, http://www.quintanaroo.turista.com.mx
http://www.pdelcarmen.com

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