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Hospitals in Mexico City

By Betsy Burlingame

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Summary: If you're living in Mexico City, it's important to know which hospital you would go to in a medical emergency. This list of hospitals is provided by the US Embassy in Mexico City - these hospitals are provided for information purposes and are not endorsed by the US Embassy.

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