Posted by D on March 14, 2011, 12:04 pm
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Accupressure Jin Shin Do
Kay Meierbachtol & Tolling Jennings: 351-5691 - Kay5elements@yahoo.com - Cell number: 044-315-107-4841
Brenda Dempsey: 044-315-110-4065 - shiatsu, massage therapy, cranio, sacral, Medical Qi Kung energy work and body/mind therapy
Ambulance – BAEJAC
Armando (Comandante): 044-315-107-3351
Vidal (2nd in charge) 044-315-108-6382
Pedro (next in charge) 044-315-104-8538
Noemi (female) speaks English 044-315-108-0150
Noe (her father) 044-301-110-6349
Centro de Salud Calle Cedros 220 – Dr. Areni Hernbandez – 351-5117
next to the Telesecundaria (High School on the main road in/out of town)hours are 8am – 8pm Monday through Friday; they have oxygen.
Dra. Claudia Leticia Perez Velasquez: 351-7066; cell 044-315-107-4204
Calle Estanislao Gonzalez 49;homeopathy, alternative therapies, general practitioner, bach flower remedies, acupuncture, massage, reki and pharmacy;
Linda Mandala: 351-7369 – cell 044-315-107-4908
Spa ~ Daniella: 351-5110
Dra. Marta Aceves (residence) Concha Molida #97 – 351-5182
Aceves Pharmacy Maria \Asuncion #61 – 351-7205 hours 9-2 and 5-10
Linda Barrio – firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information for La Manzanilla
Their chief is named Javier Ruben Guerro. Armando is the Comandante and is very committed. There are 7 men and 3 women who volunteer and they each have other jobs, so are therefore not on site; however they do pick up calls, leave their jobs and respond within “10 minutes” to a call. A special note: they ask $200 pesos for the scorpion anti-venum. These volunteers got the ambulance by going door to door, asking for funds and raised $7,000 pesos, enough to repair the ambulance, which was parked in La Huerta. It is equipped with basic supplies like gauze, bandages, masks, gloves, IV tubing, syringes, pain medication, a bed on wheels and two stretchers. They also have home-made blocks for immobilizing the patient. They generally respond to auto accidents and are trained to deal with these situations. They take people to the Hospital General de Cihuatlan.
What they don’t have is oxygen or a defibulator. They do not receive funds. They ask for donations when giving services and with the money they buy equipment and gasoline. A person or group interested in supporting them could buy equipment. Their needs include: a pickup truck, a tinaco, a pump for fires, fire extinguishers, oxygen tank ($6,000 Pesos) and mask, as well as the defibulator.
Centro de Salud
They have oxygen. Cost of service: donation. This is a small clinic that can address simple situations only, normal consultation, scorpion bites and simple wounds. They currently do not have gas to heat the water to sterilize their instruments. They are equipped to give IV medication to 2 or 3 people. They are nearly out of gauze and bandages. They rarely receive funds from the State of Jalisco. Maria Cruz is the nurse there of 22 years. The doctors stay one year and it is their final year of medical school. They are not yet licensed.
Other Health Services by Area
Dr. Eduardo Pimiento Woo: 355-5426
in front of the Centro de Salud on Cordiano Guzman
Dr. Ernesto Carbajal-Real: 355-5477; cell 044-315-109-3715
general practioner, around the corner from the telegraph office - speaks English
Centro de Salud – Cordiano Guzman
Lab Work: next to the Centro de Salud; you do not need a referral
Patricia Lomalei: 355-8704; 355-7611
Barra de Navidad
Dra. Laura: home phone 355-5859
Avenida Veracruz #175-B (the principle street); she does not answer her office phone so phone her at home.
Dra. Maria Herlinda Rubio: 355-5412
Avenida Veracruz #232 (Rubio Farmacia across from the bus station); G.P. and Cardiologist, she speaks excellent English and is very thorough in her examination and diagnosis.
Dr. Pedro David Crespo Contreras: 355-8082; cell # 044-315-102-0007
Avenida Veracruz #45
Dra. Sandra Eva Molena Huerta: 355-2853
Aquiles Serdan #42 (one block past Electra, just before the bank)
Cruz Roja: 355-2300; 355-2023
they are a small clinic which gives basic services and diabetes support; they have an ambulance.
Dra. Sofia: 355-3940
personal note: she is the daughter of Beto & Olga.
Clinics and Hospitals
Hospital Manzanillo : 314-336-7272
Boulivard Miguel de la Madris #444 ( Comercial and Soriana, but not as far as the sailboat sculpture.
Clinic Echuari : 314-334-2696
Boulivard Costera #1215 (immediately before Soriana, on the opposite side of the street; this is a small, private hospital with 12 private rooms;they do x-rays and surgery;some staff speak minimal English.
Medica Pacifica : 314-334-0385
Palma Real #10 (actually this is 2 stoplights after arriving in Santiago on the left)
Naval Hospital - Dr. Ocadiz: 045-314-117-9607
IMSS Hospital : 01-314-336-7272 (located directly behind Walmart).
Centro Naturista – Daniel Arreloa: 321-387-2049
Lerdo de Tejada #99
Instituto Superior de Medicinas Integrativas, Consulta de Salud Integral :322-224-9278
Ignacio Colonia Independencia Allende #302.
Lupita Esquivel Perales : 322-224-9278
Naturopath, Accupuncture and Reiki
Dr. Adan Noel Michel Brixon : 322-224-4761; 224-9761 - cell 044-322-109-2313
Advanced Medical Centre, Aldanaca #170, Colonia Versalles;Dental Surgeon;email: email@example.com
Hospital Versalles - Dr. Ramon Ortega: 322-224-9292(office) 322-1074 (home)
The clinic at the resort is small. The ambulance from there to Manzanillo costs $10,000 pesos
Lawyer Raoul Campos Alvarado: 044-315-110-0660
Maria Elba #161, La Manzanilla; speaks some English;email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Insurance - IMSS – you need an FM2 or FM3 and 2 photos to apply at 222 Allende in Manzanillo; Cost is $1420 pesos per year. Benefits include use of IMSS hospitals and clinics.; does not include private doctor visits.
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