Belize Health Care

Belize Hospitals & Health Centers

No vaccinations are required for entry to Belize, however insect repellent is strongly advised since cases of dengue fever and malaria have occurred. Potable water is available in most areas of Belize. Different areas of Belize have different qualities of tap water. In Belmopan the tap water is high in minerals and not recommended for drinking. Rain water is good for drinking but if in doubt drink boiled water or bottled water - available in many different sizes.

Information for this page was obtained from WorldTravels.

Hospital and Health Facilities:


WESTERN HEALTH REGION

Accident & Emercency (Belmopan) - 822-0666
General Ward (Belmopan) - 822-2461
Maternity Ward (Belmopan) - 822-2437
Belmopan Hospital - 802-2537
Palm Center  (Belmopan)  - 820-2790
Regional Health Manager - 822-0500
Mopan Clinic (Benque Viejo) - 823-2079
San Ignacio Hospital - 824-2066/824-2761

Southern Health Region

Southern Regional Hospital - Dangriga - 522-3832/522-3833
Dangriga Polyclinic - Dangriga - 522-3831
Punta Gorda Hospital - Punta Gorda - 722-2026/722-2161
Independence Polyclinic - Independence - 523-2167
Placencia Health Center - Placencia - 523-3328
San Juan Health Center - San Juan - 520-3043

CENTRAL HEALTH REGION

Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital - Belize City - 223-1548/223-5686
Cleopatra White polyclinic II - Belize City - 223-5213/223-0131
Matron Roberts Polyclinic II - Belize City - 227-7170
Health Center - Caye Caulker - 226-0166
Health Center - Hattieville - 225-6106
Health Center - Ladyville - 225-2764
San Pedro Polyclinic II - San Pedro - 226-2536/226-2555


Northern Health Region

Northern Regional Hospital - Orange Walk - 322-1560
Corozal Hospital - Corozal - 422-2081



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