The fundamental purpose of healthcare industry is to effectively provide medical services that improve the quality of health in a given society. The most important issue is the issue of access to medical facilities. The paper presents the spatial distribution of medical services across Mexico. This includes access to hospitals, clinics, and analytical laboratories, as well as the number and profile of medical personnel, as measured by the number of physicians, nurses, and dentists. Available data was used to construct a comprehensive index that was used to determine whether medical care in Mexico had become more or less accessible from 1995 to 2005.