For 42 years, FEMAP’s medical units’ goal has been to ensure the community has access to integrated high quality medical care and technology at the lowest cost possible.

In 1973, FEMAP’s Clinica de la Familia was the first structure to ensure women had access to prenatal care and labor and delivery services. Comprised of two beds, it is where the Promotoras de Salud directed the women in their colonias with whom they shared family planning information. The clinic grew to four beds in 1976, becoming Hospital de la Familia and to 110 in 2013, while broadening its services beyond those related to its primary mission of child and maternal health. In 2004, Hospital de la Familia was designated as a teaching hospital by Mexico’s National Ministry of Health. Today, the hospitals provide medical services to 180,913 patients

  • Hospital de la Familia
  • Hospital Santa Maria
  • Clinica de la Familia

Medical Units Capability:

  • 114 doctors (of which 84 or 74% are specialist in their field)
  • 144 nurses (1.26 nurses per doctor)
  • 96 beds
  • 30 medical consultation rooms, six surgical room and five labor and delivery rooms
  • 11 labor & delivery room equipped with fetal heart rate monitors
  • 5 Emergency Room beds and two ambulances
  • 5 Operating Rooms

A Intensive Neonatal Care Unit with:

  • Twentyfour cribs for intensive therapy
  • Two areas for Intermediate Neonatal Care with18 cribs
  • Neonatal Development Unit

Two Dysplasia Clinics equipped with:

  • Three Colposcopies
  • Two Cryosurgery Units
  • Three Electro-surgery units

Two full-service laboratories

Three Imaging units with:

  • Four X-ray machines
  • Five Ultrasound machines
  • Two medical imaging equipment

  • Dr. Heydemann Bi-National Hospital Wing

  • Orthopedic Clinic "Dr. Jacob Heydemann-Olga Delgado"
  • Craniofacial Clinic