Meet Dr Kuri at his Office

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Meet Dr Kuri at his Office 2016-12-12T22:23:16+00:00

Meet Dr Kuri

Whether you fly into the San Diego Airport for your surgery, or choose to drive to Border Parking, you will be met by a member of our team who will take you directly to Dr. Kuri’s office for your pre-operative tests.

Dr. Kuri’s office is located at:

Centro Medico Torre Norte
Diego Rivera 2351
Suite: 311
Zona Rio Tijuana B.C. 22010
Mexico

Dr Kuri performs all surgeries at Hospital Del Prado.  Hospital Del Prado is built on the highest principles of medical care and patient hospitality. Dr Kuri prides himself on the quality of care himself and his team provides, as well as the warm, receptive, and comforting healthcare environment everyone in his staff delivers for his patients and families. We are located just minutes from San Diego, in a beautiful commercial district that features many nearby amenities, including a movie theater with films in English, and a handful of excellent restaurants to choose from – including familiar American favorites.

Our focus on delivering top tier medical care with the most modern technology and services – including state-of-the art operating rooms and diagnostic services across all medical fields – ensures we attract top medical talent from around the world. 

Getting to the Hospital: Directions for Crossing the US/Mexico Border

Patients of Dr. Kuri must travel about five miles over the U.S. border to reach their destination. In most cases, patients will be picked up at the San Diego Airport and driven to the hospital via a hospital shuttle. However, for those traveling from nearby, or for those going down for treatments like minor dental work, gastric band fills or consultations that don’t include transportation, we’ve provided some travel options and directions for a hassle-free trip. San Ysidro is home to the world’s busiest land border crossing, where U.S. Interstate 5 crosses into Mexico at Tijuana. Crossing times are often slow at San Ysidro, particularly for those entering the United States in cars. For this reason many cross on foot, because the line is frequently much faster than the vehicle line. Typical border car line headed north from Tijuana into the U.S.