San Javier Hospital - Overview
San Javier Hospital is a 73 bed private, tertiary, full service hospital located in Guadalajara, Mexico. Specialties at the San Javier Hospital include cardiology, neurosurgery, spinal surgery, laparoscopy, transplant surgery, oncology, cardiac surgery, orthopedics, ob-gyn, pediatrics, urology, ENT, fertility treatments, plastic surgery, bariatric surgery and more. The hospital is affiliated with 3,000 specialized, board certifies physicians.
San Javier Hospital has an intensive care unit, a radiology unit and radiotherapy centre, a pediatric and neonatal intensive care centre, and a Leksell Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Unit.
The San Javier Hospital offers private rooms for patients with internet and telephone. The cafeteria prepares vegetarian food and special food orders. There is an ATM/ bank at the hospital and a pharmacy on-site.
Services to foreign patients
The San Javier Hospital offers services to foreign patients, who mainly come from USA and Canada. English is spoken among many of the doctors, and interpreters are available on demand.
San Javier Hospital can assist patients with flight arrangements and insurance coordination. The Hospital has agreements with various international health insurance plans. Staff at the hospital can recommend nearby hotels for family and friends. The hospital can also assist in making transportation arrangements and travel plans.
Departments and specialty centers at San Javier Hospital
- Flight arrangements
- Insurance coordination
- Interpreters available on demand
- Family members can stay with patient
- Accommodation arrangements
- Vegetarian food
- Special order food
- Private Rooms
- Phone in rooms
- Internet connection
- Doctors have liability insurance
- Hospital has liability insurance
- Number of doctors: 3010
- Number of beds: 73
- Year established: 1994
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