|Quezon City General Hospital|
Seminary Road, Barangay Bahay Toro, Project 8, Quezon City
The new five-storey Quezon City General Hospital (QCGH) Medical Center is a 250-bed capacity tertiary-level hospital that provides the benefits of modern health care to the city's poor constituents.
Situated in a 3.2-hectare property at Barangay Bahay Toro in Quezon City, the new QCGH is the product of a P1.5-billion redevelopment program directed at modernizing healthcare especially for indigents who cannot afford private hospital rates but certainly deserve the same quality service. The program has produced a new five-storey medical building where patients can expect affordable yet state-of-the-art healthcare utilizing modern technology, including a 4D ultrasound, colposcope with LEEP, two ECG machines, and a computerized radiography and digital fluoroscopy system. The hospital also boasts of a 64-slice CT scan, an acquisition which makes QCGH the first and only local government hospital to own this high-end diagnostic tool. was added to two existing ones.
From an old seminary built by the Jesuits from the Ateneo de Manila University in the 1940s, to a 25-bed capacity general hospital established under Mayor Norberto Amoranto in the 1960s, QCGH has undergone a number of renovations and repairs – but none as ambitious as the latest redevelopment.
As a tertiary-level hospital that provides training for tomorrow's doctors, QCGH also features an operating room suite with a view deck for use of residents and nurses under training. There will also be a spacious nurse station with extra rooms for the students.
The new features of the Quezon City General Hospital Medical Center include:
The new diagnostic equipment and medical instruments also include:
Dr. Josephine C. Sabando
Tel. Nos. 426-1314 to 19 / 21 / 83 (trunk line)
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