Medical Information

What should I do if I need medical attention?

Help Finding Medical Assistance

If you get sick, you can contact a consular officer for a list of local doctors, dentists and medical specialists. We recommend that you obtain private medical insurance before you travel to cover the high cost of a medical evaluation in the event of an emergency.

U.S. Consulate  Tijuana
Tapachula 96, Colonia Hipodromo,
Tijuana , Baja California , Mexico 22420
Tel.: (dialing from the U.S. ) 011-52-(664) 622-7400
Fax: (dialing from the U.S. ) 011-52-(664) 681-8016.
U.S. Mailing Address:
U.S. Consulate
P.O. Box 439039
San Diego , CA 92143-9039
U.S. Consulate Cabo San Lucas
If you need emergency assistance  while in Cabo San Lucas please contact Consular Agent Mike Houston or Consular Assistant Mario Robles at the following address:
Blvd. Marina Local C-4, Plaza Nautica, Col. Centro
Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., C.P. 23410
Telephone and Fax Number: 011-52-(624) 143-3566
Office Hours: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm Monday thru Friday Passports
Notarial Services and Other Consular Services 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Monday thru Friday
U.S. Mailing Address:
U.S. Consulate
P.O. Box 439039
San Diego , CA 92143-9039

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