You will need to contact the Consulate in Tijuana for a list.
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Sorry, but I don't think so. You can check at the USCIS website, though. I just don't see how you will input the BC MEX "zip code" and find a "certified surgeon" on the USCIS list..
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Unfortunately there is no other clinic in Baja California. The medical exam has to be done in Ciudad Juarez. There are only two clinics recognized by the Consulate and both are located in Ciudad Juarez