Puerto Vallarta’s Regional Hospital finally has a Cardiologist after 35 years

Approximately 35 years after its foundation, the Regional Hospital of Puerto Vallarta has a cardiologist for the first time, which will provide greater and better care to those who require medical attention from a heart specialist.

The cardiologist, Héctor González Zambrano, stated that his presence in Puerto Vallarta is due to his appointment as a doctor responsible for the promotion of the new program available to the Regional Hospital for the timely treatment of acute myocardial infarction.

"It is the first time that there is a cardiologist working in this hospital," he said and stressed the importance of . . .

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