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 Entry and Exit Gates
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  • Gate 1 for Vehicular Entrance
  • Gate 2 for Pedestrian Entrance/Exit
  • Gate 3 Emergency Exit
  • Gate 4 Vehicular Exit
Nearest Public Transportation
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transport  JEEPNEY
transport 2  TAXI
 
Total Beds and Manpower
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BEDS (500)
  • From year 2014 up to present - total number of beds are 500

MANPOWER (1369)

  • For PERMANENT position we do have 934 employees as of December 2015
  • For Contractor position we do have 159 contractors as of December 2015
Medical Facilities (CNS WARD)
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medicalfacility
The QMMC Neurological Science wards aims to be a neurological
referral center Quezon City, which specializes in the diagnosis
and treatment of nervous system condition.
 
Medical Facilities (Nursery ICU Pipe)
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nicupipe

The newly installed Oxygen Pipe Ins at the NICU, prompt oxygen support

was given to patients requiring immediate oxygenation, thus further

decreasing mortality rate. As new basinets were acquired, we were able

to cater to a larger number of patients in need of neonatal intensive care.

Medical Facilities (Ophthalmology Department)
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ophtha
A modern out-patient facility with an Out Patient Department equipped with a
Laser and Diagnostics Room (L&D) and an Ambulatory Surgical Unit (ASU).
QMMC Facilities (Chapel)
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chapel
  • A wellness chapel where you can solemnly talk to our God.

pediawaiting area

  • Pedestrian crossing from Pedia Ward to OB Ward.
  • A community space were patient's visitor can stay or wait.
Medical Facilities (Medicine ICU)
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micu

The QMMC Medical Intensive Care Complex is a specialized adult medical
care facility for patients who needs constant monitoring, intensive nursing
care and complex respiratory support. We cater patients with conditions
such as stroke, sepsis, infectious disease, primary cardiac care and organ failure.
 
Medical Facilities (Ambulatory Surgical Unit)
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ambulatory
 
The ambulatory surgical unit will no longer restrict eye surgeries to its current
twice weekly allocation at the Main OR. From a maximum of 12 weekly
surgical slots, surgeries can now be performed daily translating to at least
26 to 30 patients per week without patient beds.