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Bed Capacity in Tertiary Hospital

…to smaller hospitals to tertiary hospitals for major operations of the patients, consultations with sub-specialist and when need of a high tech equipment the intensive care facilities is the best for the patient to consider. Bed capacity in a tertiary hospital depends on the hospital capacity to buy and provide for the use of the patients. There is no exact numbers on what capacity or number of beds must be provide for the hospital to use. These…

PNP General Hospital

…nal police forces in the Philippines organized by the American government in 1901 when the country was still of US colony. The infirmary was an extension facility of the Victorino Luna General Hospital. Five years later, its bed capacity increases to fifty and was renamed the Constabulary Station Hospital and later as MPF-CAPCOM Hospital. It was also known as the Camp Panopio Hospital because it is where the hospital is located. In 1972, the…

Bernardino General Hospital

…e maternal healthcare needs of pregnant patients within the vicinity. From this humble begins, the maternity clinic expanded and evolved as a general hospital following the construction of its three-storey that has a of (23) bed capacity in 1994. From then on, the hospital continued its expansion to address the increasing demand for healthcare services of its surrounding areas. It has increased it bed capacity to 35 by adding another storey to…

Camp Crame Hospital

…re delivery system for the Philippine National police which basically provide health and medical services to members of the PNP, their families and to the general populace. Camp Crame Hospital started as an infirmary with 25 bed capacity in 1950 that serves as medical support unit to the Philippine Constabulary (PC) Command, the first of the four service commands of the Armed Forces of the Philippines established in 1901 in replacement of the…

SPMC Hospital Davao

…or the Southern Philippines Medical Center is a public hospital managed and operated by the Department of Health that provides the premium medical and healthcare services for the people of Davao and nearby regions. With a 25 bed capacity, the hospital was founded in 1917 originally as the Davao Public hospital located at San Pedro St. of the largest city in the world, Davao City. Its name was changed to the Davao General Hospital in 1946…

Unciano General Hospital

Unciano General Hospital is a private tertiary hospital founded in 1977 by Dr. Mirando C. Unciano and his wife Dr. Natividad V. Unciano. The hospital is a five story building with a 100-bed capacity and is located at the V. Mapa Street cor. Guadalcanal, old Sta. Mesa, Manila. Today, Unciano General Hospital has transformed itself into a modern hospital that provides comprehensive wellness services that covers preventive, curative and…

Bacoor Doctors Hospital

Also known as the Bacoor Doctors Medical Center, the Bacoor Doctors Hospital is a private tertiary level hospital with a 100 bed capacity and completely equipped with emergency room, intensive care unit, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Operating Room and Delivery Room complex. The hospital is designed to provide premium quality medical and healthcare to the people of Molino Cavite and nearby areas. The Bacoor Doctors Medical Center is founded in…

Acebedo General Hospital

…Caloocan owned and managed by a family of doctors. The name of the hospital was derived from the family name of the clan, who have devoted their lives to help people who are sick and to bring health to the people. With a 10 bed capacity, the hospital is known to cater citizens within its immediate vicinity. Acebedo General Hospital also aims making quality healthcare accessible to people including the indigents. As a level 1 hospital, the…

Top Hospitals in the Philippines

…has gained reputations for its first class service that caters the rich and those lucky few who have medical insurance. Quality has its price and the Medical city is testament to this. Cardinal Santos Medical – this is a 235-bed tertiary general hospital named in honor of Archbishop Rufino Cardinal Santos. This private hospital caters the rich but has a special section for indigent patients as part of the archibishop’s vision. The hospital

Casaul-Lanting General Hospital

Also called Lanting Hospital, Casaul General Hospital is a small private secondary hospital that serves as the affiliate school hospital of the Dr. Lanting College. Established in 1979, Casaul General Hospital actually served as the impetus for the establishment of the Lanting College. It was named after the late Dr. Romeo Casaul, who along with his wife Dra. Ruby Lanting-Casaul established the Dr. Lanting College. As a secondary medical…

Davao Medical Center

Enacted by the Philippine Legislature in 1971 as the Davao Public Hospital situated in downtown Davao with a 25-bed capacity. Renamed Davao General Hospital around 1946 with a 200-bed capacity. Rebaptized as the Davao Regional Medical and Training Center in 1957 under R.A. 1859 with a 350-bed capacity to be established in Bajada with an area of 12.8 hectares. New building in Bajada inaugurated in December 1964 but transfer was completed in…

St. Luke’s Medical Center

…Brent, it started as a 9-bed ward and dispensary named Mosher Hall. In 1907, it became the University Hospital to avoid confusing it with the newly opened University of the Philippines Hospital. Over the next three decades, bed capacity at St. Luke’s Hospital increased to 140 beds. With the Japanese forces occupation during World War II, the hospital’s name was changed to Nippon Byoin. In 1959, St. Luke’s Hospital moved to its…

‘Amang’ Rodriguez Medical Center

The ‘Amang’ Rodriguez Medical Center was upgraded thru Republic Act 8019 from a mere 100-bed Provincial Hospital to a 150-bed Medical Center responsible for research and training of health personnel in their chosen field of expertise. It caters to a total projected population of approximately 2,600,353 in the cities of Marikina, Antipolo, part of Pasig and the municipalities of Cainta, San Mateo and Rodriguez in Rizal The…

Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC),

Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC), a center of wellness and excellence, DOH accredited tertiary hospital in Region 10, is a 300-bed capacity care institution. Formerly known as Northern Mindanao Regional Training hospital (NMRTH), it was renamed in its present classification as a Medical Center by virtue of RA 7938 on March 11, 1995. Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC), is located within the Provincial Capitol Compound in Cagayan de…

Philippine General Hospital

In its 98th year of dedicated service to the Filipinos, the Philippine General Hospital being the premier tertiary hospital continues to uphold its mission of quality health service particularly, to the underprivileged. In retrospect, since its inception PGH has persevered to be the great public health institution that it is today, bridging the gap between the poor and quality health care. PGH has provided health care for the Filipino people…

Specialist Nurses Earn More Than Family Doctors

…n trends, the biggest concern for the nation’s health care system is how to encourage more medical students to pick primary care as their specialty at a time when the nation is already facing a shortage of about 60,000 primary care doctors. “The demand for primary care doctors will increase twofold when health reform happens and millions of more Americans have access to health care,” said Mosley. “Who is going to triage…

Cotabato Regional and Medical Center

COTABATO REGIONAL HOSPITAL stands as the only hospital in Central Mindanao with 200-bed capacity and its services are categorized as Tertiary and classified as a General Hospital. Moreover, pursuant to Republic Act No. 8316, upgrading the CRH into a medical center to be known as the Cotabato Regional & Medical Center (CRMC), the hospital is upgraded into a medical center, correspondingly, increasing its bed capacity to 400 beds and still…

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Oxford Handbook of Respiratory Nursing

…many advances in recent years to keep pace with the advances and challenges within Modern Medicine and the New NHS. Management of previously ‘incurable’ disease has become an increasing focus for both primary and secondary care, which also includes assisting patients and their families to cope with its impact upon their lives. The approach is that of a collaboration of several disciplines to transfer management, where possible, to a…