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Hospital Almater

Hospital Almater

Mexicali, Baja, Mexico   |   Accreditation: none listed 

 Av. Franscisco I. Madero 1060, Zona Centro

Mexicali, Baja California, 21100


Diana Cota





Website in: Spanish, English

Almater Hospital is an open system institution, where all our staff?s medical credentials are reviewed by our Certifications Board, a process that guarantees that every doctor has a complete resume that fully complies with Federal and State laws, as well as valid certification from the corresponding board for each specialty.

As a norm, all our doctors are accredited with courses and exams in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) and PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support). Additionaly, they must comply with the necessary CME credits that are required to maintain certification.

At Almater Hospital we have 48 individual rooms in our hospitalization area, all properly attended and supervised by one of our three nurse stations in the hospital.

We have a wide array of medical technology and installations to cover the needs of practically any ailment:

– Eight beds in our Intensive Care Unit 
– Two stations in our Pediatric Inensive Care Unit
– Permanent non-invasive monitoring
– Telemetry
– Assisted and controlled ventilation therapy
– Parenteral nutrition
– Hemodialisis

Almater Hospital has four operating rooms with the best technology. In them surgeons can perform from the most basic surgical procedure to the most complex and advanced, both on children and adults

Among our most recent acquisitions we now offer the services of the Light Speed VCT 64 Tomographer and the 1.5T High Speed Magnetic Resonance System to our patients; both highly advanced equipments in imagenology. These technologies offer a degree of detail and precision in visual diagnostics never before reached in the field.


- Cardiology
– Neurology
– Internal Medicine
– Bariatric Surgery
– Orthopedic
– Cosmetic Surgery

Services that Almater’s Hemodynamic Department offers:

– Cardiac catheterism
– Vascular intervention
– Angioplasty
– Cardiac surge

Traditional Surgery procedures include:

– Chest Surgery
– Abdominal surgery
– Orthopedic and trauma surgery
– Surgery on fractures and corrections
– Prosthesis of hip and knee
– Urological surgery
– Gynecological and obstetric surgery
– Endoscopic surgery
– Abdominal endoscopic surgery
– Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
– Correction of hiatal hernia
– Gastric reflux surgery
– Laparascopic appendectomy
– Laparoscopic gastric band surgery (for weight control)
– Laparoscopic gynecological surgery
– Ovarian cyst removal
– Histerectomy by laparoscopy
– Endoscopic orhtopedic surgery
– Knee arthroscopy
– Shoulder arthroscopy
– Neurosurgery
– Intracranial tumors
– Intracranial aneurysm
– Spine surgery
– Stereotaxis and functional neurosurgery
– Endovascular neurosurgery
– Kidney transplant
– Cardiac surgery
– Pacemaker surgery
– Cardiac catheterization
– Valve replacement
– By-pass surgery
– Correction of congenital abnormalities
– Electro-ablation of abnormal fascicules