Availing of General Consultation, Treatment of Minor Medical Cases and Emergencies

ABOUT THE SERVICES

THE NAGA City Hospital is funded and operated by the city government. It is a primary hospital that caters to Nagueños’ needs for general consultation, emergency treatment and treatment of minor medical cases.
Major surgery and medical cases can be attended to by the Bicol Medical Center (BMC) – a national government-operated (Department of Health) hospital-and other private hospitals within the city.

Hospital hours:

  • Outpatient Department – open only from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Emergency Treatment – open 24 hours

REQUIREMENTS

  • Referral from Barangay Midwife

TAXES AND FEES

Minor Surgeries
- Excision
- Incision and Drainage
- Suturing (depending on type of wound)
x
P 250.00
P 200.00
Depends on suture and supplies to be used
- Debridement
- Circumcision
- Dressing (depending on supplies used) Ordinary wound dressing
P 200.00
P 350.00
P 25.00

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICES

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
Out-Patient Department Consultation
1. Registration and Taking of Vital SignsRetrieves records.

Nurse asks the patient to register for record purposes. Nurse takes vital signs.

15 minutes/patient
OPD Nursing Attendant
2. General Consultation and Prescription of Medication

Doctor checks up patient and prescribes medication.

5 – 10 minutes

OPD MEDICAL OFFICER

ON DUTY

3. Diagnostic Test

Patient undergoes diagnostic tests.

4. Admission for Hospital Confinement (if necessary)

If necessary, Medical Officer admits the patient for hospital confinement and is instructed to be admitted to the hospital.

2 minutes CHRISTINE N. SANTAMARIA
Medical Technologist II

ER NURSE/

MEDICAL OFFICER ON DUTY

Treatment of Urgent Cases

1. Go to the Emergency Room

Patient goes to the Emergency Room for initial treatment and registration.

2 minutes

ER NURSE/

MEDICAL OFFICER ON DUTY

2. Minor Surgery

Medical Officer on duty performs minor surgical surgeries.

3. Admission for Hospital Confinement (if necessary)

If necessary, Medical Officer admits the patient for hospital confinement and is instructed to be admitted to the hospital.

Case to Case MEDICAL OFFICER ON DUTY
Treatment of Emergency or Life-Threatening Cases

1. Go to the Emergency Room

Patient is brought to the Emergency Room for immediate medical management.

2. Diagnostic Test

Patient undergoes diagnostic tests.

x
1 minute

x

x
5 minutes

MEDICAL OFFICER ON DUTY

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST  ON DUTY

ER NOD

3. Admission for Hospital Confinement (if necessary)

If necessary, Medical Officer admits the patient for hospital confinement and is instructed to be admitted to the hospital.

DR. NELSON BERIA
DR. AZUERO BAESA
DR. STEPHEN PAAÑO
DR. RONLADO AMARANTO

NAGA CITY HOSPITAL
Peñafrancia Ave., Naga City
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Luningning A.Luciano, OIC Chief of Hospital
E-mail: nch@naga.gov.ph