Provincial & District Hospitals

PROVINCIAL AND DISTRICT HOSPITALS

FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT

To develop and formulate measures, direct, supervise, coordinate and evaluate activities and personnel to ensure delivery of optimum quality health care services.

CHIEFS OF HOSPITALS

DR. BENJAMIN S. SIMBUL JR.

Dr. Emigdio Cruz Memorial Hospital

San Juan Baño, Arayat, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 885-0737

 

DR. ANTONIO B. ONG

R.P. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital

Bulaon Resettlement, CSFP

Tel. No. (045) 861-2336

 

DR. DANILO D. NAGUIT

Dr. Andres Luciano District Hospital

San Agustin, Magalang, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 866-0400

 

DR. DOUGLAS  S. FONACIER 

Officer-In-Charge

Escolastica Romero District Hospital

San Nicolas I, Lubao, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 9716-395/9716-329

 

DR. BENJAMIN R. ARBOLEDA

Mabalacat District Hospital

Camatchile, Mabalacat, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 331-2801

 

DR. ABENIR L. TUNGOL

Officer-In-Charge

R.P. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital(Annex)

Bacolor, Pampanga

 

DR. ARTURO L. PANGANIBAN

Officer-In-Charge

Domingo B. Flores Dist. Hospital

Batasan, Macabebe, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 921-2875

 

DR. ROMULO G. LACSON

Jose Songco-Lapid District Hospital

Babo Sacan, Porac, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 436-0832

 

DR. MONICA V. VICENCIO

San Luis District Hospital

Sta. Lucia, San Luis, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 963-2102

 

DR. ANTONIO G. AQUINO

Romana Pangan District Hospital

San Jose, Floridablanca, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 9700-488

 

DR. EDDIE G. PONIO

Officer-In-Charge

Diosdado P. Macapagal Memorial Hospital

Jose Abad Santos Ave., Guagua, Pampanga

Tel. No. (045) 9002-734/9002-112

 

MEDICAL SERVICES (OPD CONSULTATION)

Availability of the Service:

Monday to Friday except holidays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Except for DPMMH (everyday), ERDH (Sat, Sun & holidays:  8-1), RPDH (Sat, Sun & holidays:  8-4) 

About the Service: 

Services rendered to client (regardless of the service) who come to the out-patient department for consultation.

Requirements: Referral, if referred from other MDs or institutions

Fees: Refer to Schedule of Hospital Fees and Services

Steps to avail of the service:

What to do Action Undertaken Time Person in-charge
For new patients:
Secure OPD Number
Prepare OPD record/card for new patients 3 minutes OPD Clerk
For old patients:
Present OPD Card
Retrieve records for follow up/old patients 10 minutes OPD Clerk
Submit self to Initial examination

Wait for turn to undergo physical examination

Take history, vital signs and statistics and refer to Medical Officer 10 minutes Nurse/ Nursing Attendant / midwife
Submit to Physical Examination Conduct further medical history and physical examination 30 minutes or longer (depending on assessment/
findings
 
Physician
Receive corresponding prescription/disposition/
requisition
Give prescription/
disposition/requisition
10 minutes Physician

 

                

Sunday, October 22, 2017

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