Hospital CIMA in Monterrey, Mexico, is JCI-accredited and just a short flight (90 minutes) away from Dallas, Texas. It is run by the International Hospital Corporation, an American group, and offers advanced medical care.
1. Overview Video – Hospital CIMA
CIMA Santa Engracia Hospital now called CIMA Monterrey is affiliated to Mayo Clinic, South Western Medical Center, and Children’s Hospital Boston.
The CIMA chain of hospitals is spread across Latin America, with presence in three more Mexican cities – Hermosillo, Chihuahua and Puebla – and in San Jose, Costa Rica. In Brazil, they go by the name of VITA with presence in Curitiba, Batel, and Volta Redonda.
Hospital CIMA, Monterrey, is licensed as a level three acute care surgical hospital and a transplant center by the Mexican Ministry of Health, a distinction of the highest quality.
Medical Services Offered at CIMA Monterrey, Mexico
CIMA Monterrey is a 70 bed hospital with six operating rooms. When it started off in 1996, it was a specialty hospital for women. But now its range of medical services has extended and it offers everything from preventive health check-ups to bariatric surgery to orthopedic surgery to intensive care, coronary care, organ transplants and more.
In addition to major medical procedures like orthopedics, bariatrics, general surgery, cosmetic, spine, cardiac & more, it is equipped with modern diagnostic tools like CT scan, ultrasound, an open magnetic resonance imaging system, etc. Most patients who require diagnostic tests can have an appointment within days of contacting the hospital and have results as soon as 24 hours later. Additionally, the results are delivered directly to the patient, and can be mailed directly to the patientâ€™s primary physician in the US.
One of the top hospitals in Mexico, it employs the best board-certified surgeons and physicians. More than a quarter of CIMA’s staff speaks English, which is a very high proportion for a hospital in Mexico.
The hospital has spacious patient rooms and is set in a picturesque part of Monterrey called San Pedro Garza Garcia. The medical package offered by Medical Tourism Corporation for Hospital CIMA includes a complementary pick-up and drop from the airport and hotel.
Hospital CIMA follows standard US protocols on patient care, infection control, and has a very low infection rate of 0.002%.
Healthcare in Monterrey, Mexico
Monterrey, in the state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, is an important industrial and business center with a thriving medical tourism industry. It is the third largest city in Mexico after Mexico City and Guadalajara and was rated ‘one of the safest big cities in Mexico’ by the Overseas Security Advisory Council in its 2008 report on Mexico Crime and Safety. In its May 2005 issue, the America Economia magazine rated Monterrey as the safest city in Latin America.
In 2006, Fortune voted Monterrey as the best city in Latin America to do business. Many American corporations have an operation here like Intel, Kellogg’s, Procter and Gamble, etc.
Monterrey is a westernized city with much sought after medical and educational facilities. It’s called the cradle of education in Latin America. The city is home to the Tecnologico de Monterrey – the largest university in Mexico.
Going to CIMA in Monterrey, Mexico, is advantageous for health tourists from the US because of the proximity, the similarity in culture (Hispanic culture is very prevalent in the US) especially if you are from the states of Arizona, Texas, or California, and high standards medical care that they are used to in the US.
It could be comforting to medical travelers from the US to know that the top management team of CIMA Monterrey is all American.
Superb medical care at low cost combined with patient-friendly atmosphere is the prime reason for Hospital CIMA in Monterrey, Mexico to be one of the favorites of medical tourists.
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