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Philippines Hospitals

 

Hospitals in the Philippines

Approximately 40% of the hospitals in the Philippines are government run, with the remaining 60% part of the private sector.

PUBLIC HOSPITALS

  • San Lazaro Hospital, Manila.

  • Tondo Medical Center, Manila.

  • National Children’s Hospital, Quezon City.

  • Amang Rodriguez Medical Center, Marikina City.

  • East Avenue Medical Center, Quezon City.

  • Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Manila.

  • Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital, Manila.

  • Quirino Memorial Medical Center, Quezon City.

  • Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Muntinlupa City.

  • Rizal Medical Center, Pasig City.

PRIVATE HOSPITALS

  • Medical Centre, Alabang.

  • Makati Medical Center, Makati.

  • St. Luke’s Hospital, Quezon City.

  • Asian Hospital and Medical Center, Muntinlupa City.

  • The Medical City, Pasig.

  • Cardinal Santos Medical Center, San Juan City.

  • Manila Doctors Hospital, Manila.

  • World Citi Medical Center, Quezon City.

  • UST Hospital, Manila

  • Philippine General Hospital, Manila.

  • AFP Medical Center, Quezon City.

  • Vincente Sotto Memorial Medical Center, Cebu City.

  • Chung Hua Hospital, Cebu City.

SPECIALIST HOSPITALS

  • National Center for Mental Health, Mandaluyong.

  • Philippines Children’s Medical Center, Quezon City.

  • Lung Center of the Philippines, Quezon City.

  • National Kidney and Transplant Institute, Quezon City.

  • Philippine Orthopedic Center, Quezon City.

  • Philippine Heart Center, Quezon City.

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Health Risks

Vaccinations

  • Hepatitis A: recommended due to the possibility of contaminated food or water

  • Hepatitis B: recommended, as can contract through sexual contact or contaminated needles or other medical equipment.

  • Typhoid: recommended due to the possibility of contaminated food or water

  • Rabies: not necessary, but possible to contract through contact through local dogs, bats and other animals.

  • Malaria: not necessary, but to guarantee prevention, take anti-malaria pills for the extent of your trip.

  • Japanese Encephalitis: not necessary. Talk to a doctor to see if the time of year, length of your trip, or area you’re staying in requires you to get this vaccination.

  • Yellow Fever: the Philippines government requires proof of vaccination only if you have arrived in the Philippines from a place with a risk of yellow fever (excluding the USA).

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