Hospitals in Mexico City

By Betsy Burlingame

Last updated on: Nov 21, 2019

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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.

Private Hospitals in Mexico City

ABC Hospital (Santa Fe) (Private)
Ave. Carlos Graef Fernandez #154
(enter from Av. Vasco de Quiroga)
Colonia Tlaxala Santa Fe, Cuajimalpa
Tel: (55) 1103-1600
ER: (55) 1103-1666

Hospital Español (Private)
Ejercito Nacional #613
Colonia Polanco/Colonia Granada
Tel: (55) 5255-9600

Hospital Angeles Clinica Londres (Private)
Durango 50
Colonia Roma
Tel: (55) 5229-8400
ER: (55) 5229-8445

Hospital Angeles Acoxpa (Private)
Calzada Acoxpa 430
Colonia Ex Hacienda Coapa
Tel: (55) 5679-5000
ER: (55) 5599-1000

Hospital Angeles Lindavista (Private)
Río Bamba no. 639
Colonia Magdalena de las Salinas
Tel: (55) 5754-7000
ER: (55) 55754-7000 ext. 2374 & 2376

Hospital Angeles Metropolitano (Private)
Tlacotalpan 59
Colonia Roma
Tel: (55) 5265-1800
ER: (55) 5265-1801
ER: (55) 5265-1802

Hospital Angeles Mexico (Private)
Agrarismo 208
Colonia Escandon
Tel: (55) 5516-9900 ext. 19
ER: (55) 5516-9900

Hospital Angeles Mocel (Private)
Gelati 29
Colonia San Miguel Chapultepec
Tel: (55) 5278-2300
ER: (55) 5278-3020

Hospital Santa Monica (Private)
Temístocles 210
Colonia Polanco
Tel: (55) 5531-3120
ER: (55) 5901-0632

Hospital Angeles Roma (Private)
Querétaro 58
Roma Norte
Tel: (55) 5265-3000

Hospital Angeles del Pedregal (Private)
Camino a Santa Teresa # 1055
Colonia Heroes de Padierna
Tel: (55) 5652-3011
Tel: (55) 5652-2011
ER: (55) 5449-5500

Star Medica Roma (Private)
San Luis Potosí 143
Colonia Roma
Tel: (55) 1084-4747

Star Medica Napoles (Private)
Nueva York No. 9
Colonia Napoles
Tel: (55) 5340-1000

Shriners' Hospital
Calle Suchil No. 152
Tel: (55) 5618-4750
Tel: (55) 5618-1120
Tel: (55) 5618-4985

Public Hospitals in Mexico City

Hospital Psiquiátrico Fray Bernardino Álvarez (Public)
San Buenaventura No. 2
Esq. Niño de Jesus, Tlalpan
14000, Ciudad de México
Tel: (55) 5573-1500
Tel: (55) 5573-0387

Hospital General de Mexico (Public)
Calle Dr. Balmis No.148
Colonia Doctores
Cuauhtémoc
Tel:
(55) 2789-2000 Tel: 01-800-018-4847

Cruz Roja (Red Cross)
Ejército Nacional 1032
Colonia Los Morales Polanco
Tel: (55) 5395-1111

Hospital de la Mujer (Public)
Close to Subway Station Colegio Militar
Prolongación Salvador Diaz Miron 374
Col. Santo Tomas
Tel: (55) 5341-1100

Hospital Juarez (Public)
Av. Politécnico No. 5160
Col. Magadalena de las Salinas
Tel: (55) 2973-2229 Tel: (55) 5747-7560 ER ext. 471

Hospital General Balbuena (Public)
Cecilio Robelo y Sur # 103
Col. Aeronáutica Militar
Tel: (55) 5552-1602 ER: (55) 5552-0005

Hospital General Ticoman (Public)
Plan de San Luis S/N
Col. Ticoman
Tel: (55) 5754-3012
Tel: (55) 5754-3344
Tel: (55) 5754-3939

Hospital Tacubaya (Public)
Carlos Lazo# 25 corner of Gaviota
Col. Tacubaya

Tel: (55) 5515-7987
Tel: (55) 5515-7920
Tel: (55) 5277-6003
Tel: (55) 5515-6170

Hospital Ruben Lenero (Public)
Close to Hospital de la Mujer
Plan de San Luis y Diaz Miron
Col. Santo Tomas
Tel: (55) 5341-4580
Tel: (55) 5341-2655

Instituto de Nutrición Salvador Zubiran
Vasco de Quiroga # 15
Col. Sección 16
Tel: (55) 5487-0900

Hospital Xoco (Public)
Av. Mexico-Coyoacán sin numero
esq. Bruno Traven
Col. General Anaya
Tel: (55) 5676-4993
Tel: (55) 5688-9115
Tel: (55) 5688-9015

Hospital de Enfermedades Respiratorias (Public)
Calzada de Tlalpan 4502
Sección 16
Tel:
(55) 5666-4539

Cardiology Hospitals in Mexico City

Instituto de Cardiología (Private)
Juan Badiano # 1
Sección 6
Tlalpan
Tel: (55) 5573-2911

Children's Hospitals in Mexico City

Hospital Infantil Privado (Private)
Viaducto Rio Becerra No. 97
Col. Nápoles
Tel:
(55) 5682-5000
ER: (55) 5340-1000

Hospital Pediátrico Peralvillo (Public)
Tolnahuac No. 14
Col. San Simon Tolnahuac
Del. Cuauhtémoc
Tel: (55) 5583-3812

Instituto Nacional de Pediatría (Public)
Insurgentes Sur 3700-c
(near PERISUR Mall)
Tel: (55) 5606-0002

Hospital Pediátrico Coyoacán (Public)
Moctezuma # 18
Col. El Carmen
Tel: (55) 5554-2858 ext. 62

Hospital Infantil de México (Public)
Dr. Marquez # 162
Col. Doctores
Tel: (55) 5761-0103

Instituto Para la Atención del Niño Quemado (Private)
Prolongación 16 de Septiembre
esq. Camino a Nativitas
Col. Xaltogan
Tel: (55) 5676-4993

Psychiatric Hospitals in Mexico City

Hospital Psiquiátrico Fray Bernardino (Public)
Av. San Fernando
esq. Niño Jesus
Col. Tlalpan
Tel: (55) 5573-1500

Clinics for Psychotherapy & Counseling in Mexico City

The California Clinic
Hamburgo 115
Zona Rosa
Tel: (55) 5525-7651

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