The hospital offers to the community diagnostic procedures that are not offered by the other nearby level II hospitals in the area like 64-slice CT scan, Stress Echocardiography, and a fully automated microbiology unit.
HMO AFFILIATION/CORPORATE ACCOUNTS
We are Philhealth accredited and the following major Health Maintenance Organizations:
Maxicare ValuCare Cocolife
AsianLife MedAsia EastWest
CareHealth Plus Medicare plus Health Plan Philippines, Inc.
Lacson & Lacson Pacific Cross Insular Health Care
Generali Pilipinas Intellicare Avega
Philcare Medicard Medilink
Our industrial accounts:
SGV Firm Oracle Hotel and Residences
SM Marikina Finden Technologies, Inc. / Elgrade Inc.
Cognizant of these facts, the founders made extra effort to adapt the hospital building to the situation. The hospital was built by a triple A-rated construction company. A total of 248 driven piles served as an anchor of the hospital to the ground. The steel was imported from South Korea, and the building itself can withstand a magnitude 8 earthquake. To safeguard expensive equipment and machines in case of severe flooding, the lobby, emergency room, and diagnostic areas is one story higher than the road level. An elevated ramp was provided as an access to these areas. It is noteworthy to note that no flooding has occurred in the area since typhoon Ondoy.
The hospital has fire alarm system and the water sprinkler is compartmentalized. Meaning it will only be activated in the areas where it is needed. It has CCTV cameras installed all over the building for the safety of patients, guests, and employees and for securing the hospital premises and properties. A standby generator was also installed in case of power outrage.
The hospital is far from being certified green but it has some features that are environment friendly. First the hospital has a policy on not using mercury-laden equipment like the blood pressure (BP) apparatus and thermometer. It has a proper sewage treatment facility and waste segregation area to limit bio-hazard. With a program on waste segregation, we are selling used materials for recycling. There are plans in the future to put plants in the roof deck and at the atrium which is located in the center of the building (mini gardens). Water in the Dialysis unit coming from reverse osmosis (RO) plant is sterile and distilled. It can be re-used for other purposes like in autoclaving.
The hospital stand beside the Marikina River and is quite near the Valley Fault Line (formerly known as Marikina Valley Fault Line) that extends from Dingalan, Aurora in the north and runs through the cities of Quezon, Marikina, Pasig, Makati, Parañaque, Taguig, and the provinces of Laguna and Cavite.
Santolan, 10 Evangelista St, Pasig, NCR, Philippines