Medical Tourism in Metro Pavia Health System

Press Release: Pavia Hospital Information Center inaugurated its new facilities in St. Thomas, reiterating its commitment to offer the best health services to all residents in the Caribbean
May 16, 2013


By: Metro Pavia Health System

With a network of thirteen hospitals, Metro Pavia Health System (MPHS) is the largest hospital and clinic network provider in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, and the hub for travelers’ healthcare necessities. Our hospitals are fully accredited by the Joint Commission (JCAHO), certified by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) and members in good standing of the American Hospitals Association. Our physicians are U.S. Board Certified and fluent in the English language.

Hospital Pavía Santurce

For more than eight decades, Pavia Hospital has remained steadfast on its mission to make use of advanced technology, promote professional development and research, and provide the best facilities to ensure optimum treatment for patients.

  • It has the largest and most modern Emergency Room in San Juan
  • Houses the only chest pain center in the Caribbean
  • Leading private hospital for cardiovascular procedures and neurosurgery

Hospital Pavia Hato Rey

This hospital holds second place in the highest number of maternity deliveries in San Juan. The Women’s Care Center provides ultrasound screening services with the most advanced digital equipment. Specialized in general and orthopedic surgeries.

Hospital Metropolitano de San Juan

It is the only private hospital that specializes in providing the most advanced radiation therapy treatment for cancer in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. The hospital has highly qualified hematology and oncology physicians complemented by a team of experienced professionals. Services include:

  • Radio-Surgery
  • Brachytherapy
  • Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)
  • Image Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT)

Hospital San Francisco

This hospital has more than 200 physicians on its medical faculty, organized into three departments: pediatrics, surgery, and internal medicine. Pediatrics specialties include cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonologist, endocrinology, among others.