ANTIPOLO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
To provide a progressive, professional, ethical, quality health care; by making services available and affordable; and by arousing community health awareness. To achieve such mandate in dedication to the concept of the best patient care: To cure and to relieve often and to comfort always.
To upgrade to a secondary health care delivery system for the constituents of the City of Antipolo.
1. To upgrade the structural facility of the community hospital.
2. To elevate the present status to a secondary health care facility duly licensed and fully accredited.
3. To improve the health services by providing training to its professional staff.
4. To contribute to the overall health of the community by information drive and awareness.
5. To provide health support services in times of calamity and disasters.
6. To give full support to the programs of the local government especially in health care delivery.
7. To render services that is globally competitive but cost effective.
Accomplishment based on mandates:
Table 118. Antipolo Community Hospital Ambulance Conduction Report
Table 119. Service Rendered and Patients Attended/Treated
Table 120. Top 10 Leading Causes of Admission
Table 121. Medico - Legal
Table 122. Animal Bite
Table 123. Physical Exam and Services
Table 124. Dental Services
Table 125. Laboratory Report
Total Number of Patients Served: 6,621
Table 126. Front Line Services_City Hospital
Table 127. Special Programs and Projects_City Hospital
Table 128. Capacity Development for Personnel_City Hospital
Contributions To Development Initiatives
a. Millennium Development Goals
MDG 4 – Reduce Child Mortality: by providing preventive and curative treatment to our outpatient department and inpatients or admitted patients as well. For complicated cases/diseases, proper referral and transfer to secondary or tertiary hospitals.
MDG 5 – Improved Women’s Reproductive Health: by supporting the Department of Health's campaign against increasing morbidity and mortality through encouraging parturition or delivery at health facilities (BeMonc, lying-in, hospitals and other health facilities) instead of deliveries at home where double set-up (for normal deliveries and possible caesarian section is available) by traditional birth attendants and midwives are not available.
MDG 6 – Combat HIV, AIDS and other diseases: through Information drive to our inpatients and outpatients department of proper hygiene and sanitation and to encourage them to avail of other health services available at the barangay health centers level.
The Antipolo Community Hospital as in lined as one of the front-lined service provider, supports the 9-Point Agenda of the City: N.I.L.O. C.A.R.E.S., which serves as the direction of this office for the better delivery of health services to the City of Antipolo, to wit:
N utrition, Health & Basic Social Services
I nfrastructure & Industrial Development
L ivelihood & Housing Safety
O rder, Peace & Safety
C ulture, Eco-tourism & Arts
A griculture & Environment
R esource Generation & Mobilization
E ducation & Sports Development
S anitation & Waste Management
Based on the abovementioned, this office is the main actor of N-utrition, Health, & Basic Social Services:
1. Provision of medical care to our constituents, may they be emergency or out- patient cases or patients that need hospitalization, through our Administrative and Support Services (Billing & Accounting Services, Patient Transport Services, Records Section), ER/OPD Consultation & Treatment Services, Medical & Pediatric Services, Obstetric and OR Services, Ancillary Services (Radiology, Laboratory, and Pharmacy) and Dental Services.
2. Contribute to the overall health of the community by information drive and awareness.
3. To provide health support services in times of calamity and disasters.
4. To give full support to the programs of the local government especially in health care delivery.
5. To render services that is globally competitive but cost effective.
Furthermore, this office also supports the S-anitation & Waste Management Program through the following:
1. Practice of proper hygiene and sanitation.
2. Proper segregation of hospital waste base on Republic Act No. 9003 – “Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2003” Section 2 (d) – Ensure the proper segregation, collection, transport, storage, treatment and disposal of solid waste through the formulation and adoption of the best environmental practices in ecological waste management excluding incineration.
3. Proper disposal of our hospital waste through an accredited hauler and transporter.
Dra. EVELYN CHUA
ANTIPOLO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
470-6475/696-7934, 2nd Floor,GAD Center, Antipolo City Government Building