San Lazaro Hospital

BRIEF BACKGROUND:

In 2005, a concrete plan for the establishment of Clinical Departments or Departmentalization was conceptualized. Last March 6, 2006, thru a hospital order, three Clinical Departments were established namely: the Adult Infectious Disease and Tropical Medicine Department (AIDTMD), the Pediatric Infectious Disease and Tropical Medicine Department (PIDTMD) and the Family Medicine Department (FMD), thus AIDTMD was established. Adult male and female infectious patients were admitted at Pavilion 6 (50-bed capacity) and Pavilion 2 (50-bed capacity) respectively. Each pavilion has its own isolation rooms for patients with highly communicable disease like meningococcemia, diphtheria, measles and varicella. A separate room in also intended for patients with rabies. Adult infectious patients who needs critical care are admitted at Adult Infectious Disease Critical Care Unit (Adult IDCCU) (6-bed capacity). The AIDTMD from 2006 to 2017, has accepted 21 Fellows-in-Training and produced 23 Infectious Disease Fellow Graduates.

VISION: To be a world-class health care, research, and training facility in adult infectious and tropical diseases.

MISSION: Respond with compassion and sensitivity in providing quality Health care among adults with infectious and tropical diseases.

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