The trust of our doctors and patients in our institution has made Hospital San José de Hermosillo committed in providing to our physicians in Sonora, with the best technology for our patients to improve their recovery and maintain their health.

The innovative microscope M720 OH5 has the higher quality and surgical technology currently on microscopy.

The applications of this modern microscope are in the fields of plastic surgery, in the reconstruction of nerves, tendons and other tissues, especially facials.

In Angiology, in the reconstruction of blood vessels, or arteries and veins microscopic surgery, giving viewing advantages to surgeons and better results for the patient.

In otolaryngology, offers a higher quality in vision for the entire surgical team, favoring the outcome of surgery, in patients with tumors in the ear, nose and throat.

For orthopedists, which nowadays are using more the microscope especially at column or peripheral nerve.

Regarding to neurosurgery, the microscope will provide the best vision for the doctor and comfortable position for assistants and instrumentalist, to facilitate the surgery of complicated brain, neck, cervical, thoracic and lumbar tumors, as well as handling arterial conditions, such as aneurysms, vascular tumors, trigeminal neuralgia and other cranial nerves.

Our patients can feel confident that Hospital San José de Hermosillo has the best technology for their health treatment in the different branches of medicine, and we are occupied by the future ahead, to offer the best and most innovative services.

The technology available at our hospital is unique in Latin America, proving once again, our commitment to offer the best and most innovative services in health.

Multislice Tomograph with 64 rows of detectors


We have the Multislice Tomograph with 64 rows of detectors, one of the best performing equipments nowadays, the benefits obtained are a lower radiation dose for the patient, better resolution of the explored regions and a decrease in the time of conducting the studies, among others. Allowing to fully evaluate the patient with the minimum scan time (about 15 seconds) optimizing the radiation dose and the amount of contrast.