Hospitals in Matamoros

CRUZ ROJA
Roberto F Garcia Col. Unidad Hogar
Phone (868)812-0044

CLINICA HOSPITAL SANTA MARIA
Republica De Cuba 88 Col. Modelo
Phone (868)816-2036

CENTRO DE ESPECIALIDADES
Libertad 700 Piso Col. Centro 2
Phone (868)813-4303

CLINICA DE LEON Y GARZA
Amapolas 1a. y 2a. # 5
Phone (868)812-1520

CLINICA HOSPITAL AME
Lauro Villar # 102
Phone (868)813-6989

CLINICA MARGARITAS
Margaritas, No. 6 Col. Jardín
Phone (868)813-3363

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