Hospitals in Ciudad Victoria

Public medical institution.
Fidel Velásquez Oriente #1845
Phone (834) 314 4001 al 4005

Plaza Morelos s/n Col. Centro
Phone (834) 316 2077

Gral. Luis Caballero Col. Tamatán
Phone (834) 312 9300

Fidel Velásquez #1845 Col. Revolución Verde
Phone (834) 316 2197

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