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Covid-19 bed capacity: Only 7 of 148 NCR hospitals under critical level

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Data lifted from ncovtracker.doh.gov.ph exhibits the COVID-19 bed capability of Metro Manila hospitals, as of Feb. 3, 2021  

MANILA, Philippines — Seven out of 148 hospitals in Metro Manila had been positioned under critical level in phrases of bed capability completely for Covid-19 sufferers, primarily based on information from the Department of Health (DOH) as of February 3.

This determine decreased from nine hospitals recorded as “critical” last Jan. 29, consisting of 149 hospitals. 

Of the hospitals under critical level, 4 have already reached 100% bed occupancy, particularly: 

  • A Zarate Hospital
  • F.Y. Manalo Medical Foundation Inc.
  • Mary Chiles General Hospital Inc.
  • Ospital ng Muntinlupa

The DOH classifies occupancy ranges for COVID-19 beds in well being facilities as both critical, excessive danger, average, and protected.

Under the critical level, hospitals have already reached greater than 85 % of its bed occupancy for COVID-19 sufferers.

Hospitals are categorized as excessive danger if 70 % however no more than 85 % of its COVID-19 beds are occupied.

Hospitals with a COVID-19 bed capability of from 60 to 70 % fee are categorized as average whereas hospitals fall under the protected level if bed utilization fee is lower than 60 %.

The bed occupancy fee for the entire of Metro Manila stays on the protected zone with 33.4 %, or 2,400 out of the 7,185 whole beds occupied.  


INQUIRER.web analyzed probably the most obtainable information, which is on Feb. 3, 2021, primarily based on the DOH’s COVID-19 tracker.

The article is aimed toward displaying how ready Metro Manila hospitals are if there’s a sudden surge in COVID-19 infections.

Only hospitals in Metro Manila, nevertheless, which have information on COVID-19 beds allotted for the therapy of coronavirus sufferers had been included on this article.  

 

Critical 

  1. A Zarate Hospital – 100%
  2. Bernardino General Hospital II – 85.7 %
  3. F.Y. Manalo Medical Foundation Inc. – 100%
  4. Mary Chiles General Hospital Inc. – 100%
  5. Ospital ng Makati – 86.2 %
  6. Ospital ng Muntinlupa – 100%
  7. Taguig (*148*) District Hospital – 86.8 %

High danger

  1. East Avenue Medical Center – 78.9 %
  2. Las Piñas City Medical Center – 80 %
  3. Mandaluyong City Medical Center – 82.9 %
  4. National Children’s Hospital – 80 %
  5. Philippine Orthopedic Center – 83.3 %
  6. Veterans Memorial Medical Center – 74.5 %

Moderate

  1. Allied Care Experts (Ace) Medical Center (*148*) – 61.5 %
  2. Novaliches District Hospital – 62.5 %
  3. Pasig City General Hospital – 68.5 %
  4. Quirino Memorial Medical Center – 62.3 %
  5. St. Clare’s Medical Center – 60 %
  6. University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center Inc. – 61.9 %
  7. Valenzuela Medical Center – 65.6 %

Safe

  1. Adventist Medical Center – 28 %
  2. Air Force General Hospital – 25.7 %
  3. Alabang Medical Center – No occupied beds
  4. Alabang Medical Clinic – No occupied beds
  5. Alabang Medical Clinic Las Piñas department – No occupied beds
  6. Alabang Medical Clinic Muntinlupa – No occupied beds
  7. Alfonso Specialist Hospital – No occupied beds
  8. Allied Care Experts (Ace)  Medical Center Quezon City – 4.8 %
  9. Allied Care Experts (Ace) Medical Center Valenzuela – 20.6 %
  10. Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center – 20.7 %
  11. Army General Hospital – 22.9 %
  12. Asian Hospital – 15.9 %
  13. Bermudez PolyClinic Hospital – No occupied beds
  14. Bernardino General Hospital I – 37.5 %
  15. Calalang General Hospital – No occupied beds
  16. Caloocan City Medical Center – 36.7 %
  17. Capitol Medical Center Inc. – 46.9 %
  18. Cardinal Santos Medical Center – 24.6 %
  19. Chinese General Hospital Medical Center – 13.8 %
  20. Christ The King Medical Center Unihealth Las Piñas Inc. – 25 %
  21. Commonwealth Hospital and Medical Center – 32.8 %
  22. Cure and Care Maternity Hospital OPC – No occupied beds
  23. D.T. Protacio Hospital – No occupied beds
  24. De Los Santos Medical Center – 17 %
  25. De Ocampo Memorial Medical Center – No occupied beds
  26. Diliman Doctors Hospital Inc. – 26.9 %
  27. Dr. Fe Del Mundo Medical Center – 43.8 %
  28. Dr. Jesus Delgado Memorial Hospital – No occupied beds
  29. Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital – 6.9 %
  30. Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital – 51.5 %
  31. Dr. Montano G. Ramos General Hospital Corporation – No occupied beds
  32. Dr. Sabili Health Services Corporation – No occupied beds
  33. Dr. Victor R. Potenciano Medical Center – 41.5 %
  34. E. Zarate Hospital – 33.3 %
  35. Fairveiw General Hospital – No occupied beds
  36. Fatima University Medical Center Corporation – 30.3 %
  37. FEU- Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation Inc. – 55.6 %
  38. Foundation of Our Lady of Peace Mission Inc. Our Lady of Peace Hospital – No occupied beds
  39. Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center – 22.5 %
  40. Gen. Miguel Malvar Medical Research Foundation Inc. – No occupied beds
  41. Hospital of the Infant Jesus Medical Center – No occupied beds
  42. JP Sioson General Hospital and Colleges Inc. – No occupied beds
  43. Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center – 43.2 %
  44. Justice Jose Abad General Hospital – 12.5 %
  45. Las Piñas Doctors Hospital – 24.1 %
  46. Las Piñas General Hospital and Satellite Trauma Center – 34.3 %
  47. Lung Center of the Philippines – 47.1 %
  48. Makati Medical Center – 35.8 %
  49. Manila Doctors Hospital – No occupied beds
  50. Manila Naval Hospital – 8.3 %
  51. Marikina Doctors Hospital and Medical Center – 18.2 %
  52. Marikina St. Vincent General Hospital Inc. – 16.7 %
  53. Marikina Valley Medical Center – 40.9 %
  54. Martinez Memorial Hospital Inc. – No occupied beds
  55. Mary Johnston Hospital Inc. – 3.8 %
  56. MCPC St. Therese of Lisieux Doctors Hospital – No occupied beds
  57. MCU-FDT Medical Foundation Hospital – 25 %
  58. Medical Center Manila – 14.9 %
  59. Medical Center Muntinlupa – 48 %
  60. Medical Center Taguig – 35.3 %
  61. Medical Center Parañaque – No occupied beds
  62. Metro North Medical Center and Hospital – 33.3 %
  63. Metropolitan Medical Center – No occupied beds
  64. Mission Hospital – 14.3 %
  65. National Center for Mental Health – 2.4 %
  66. National Kidney Transplant Institute – 47.8 %
  67. Navotas City Hospital – No occupied beds
  68. Nodado General Hospital – No occupied beds
  69. North Caloocan Doctors Hospital – No occupied beds
  70. Novaliches General Hospital – 16.7 %
  71. Olivarez General Hospital – 15 %
  72. Ospital ng Malabon – 23.3 %
  73. Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center – 18.9 %
  74. Ospital ng Parañaque – No occupied beds
  75. Ospital ng Sampaloc – 32.4 %
  76. Ospital ng Tondo – No occupied beds
  77. Our Lady of Grace Hospital Inc. – No occupied beds
  78. Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Inc. – 4.3 %
  79. Pacific Global Medical Center – 25 %
  80. Pasay General Hospital – 2.9 %
  81. Pasig City Children’s Hospital Child’s Hope – 39.1 %
  82. Pasig Doctors Medical Center Inc. – 43.8 %
  83. Perpetual Succor Hospital and Maternity Inc. – No occupied beds
  84. Philippine Children’s Medical Center – 39.6 %
  85. Philippine Heart Center – 17.6 %
  86. Pope John Paul II Hospital and Medical Center – 17.9 %
  87. Providence Hospital – 53.3 %
  88. Queensberry Hospital – No occupied beds
  89. Quezon City General Hospital – 36.5 %
  90. Quezon Institute – No occupied beds
  91. Recuenco General Hospital Inc. – No occupied beds
  92. Research Institute for Tropical Medicine – 10 %
  93. Rizal Medical Center – 29.1 %
  94. Rosario Maclang Bautista Hospital – 16.7 %
  95. Salve Regina General Hospital – No occupied beds
  96. San Juan De Dios Educational Foundation – 6.5 %
  97. San Juan Medical Center – 20.9 %
  98. San Lazaro Hospital – 10 %
  99. San Lorenzo Hospital Health Management – No occupied beds
  100. San Lorenzo Ruiz Women’s Hospital – 26.9 %
  101. SDS Medical Center – 36.4 %
  102. Seamen’s Hospital – 5 %
  103. St. Anthony Medical Center of Marikina Inc. – No occupied beds
  104. St. Camillus Medical Center – 13.3 %
  105. St. Jude General Hospital and Medical Center –  10 %
  106. St. Luke’s Medical Center, Quezon City – 17.2 %
  107. St. Luke’s Medical Center, Taguig – 34.8 %
  108. St. Martin de Porres Charity Hospital – No occupied beds
  109. St. Victoria Hospital – 14.3 %
  110. Sta. Ana Hospital – 51 %
  111. Sta. Teresita General Hospital – No occupied beds
  112. The Medical City – 35.7 %
  113. The Premier Medical Center – 6.5 %
  114. Tondo Medical Center – 31.5 %
  115. Tricity Medical Center Inc. – 33.3 %
  116. Trinity Woman and Child Center “The Birthplace” – No occupied beds
  117. U.E.R.M. Memorial Hospital – 40 %
  118. UHBI – Parañaque Doctors Hospital Inc. – 9.1 %
  119. Unihealth Parañaque Hospital and Medical Center Inc. – 53.3 %
  120. United Doctors Medical Center – No occupied beds
  121. University of Santo Tomas Hospital – 26.6 %
  122. University of the Philippines Philippine General Hospital – 40.7 %
  123. Valenzuela Citicare Medical Center Timog Hilaga Providence Group Inc. – 10 %
  124. Victoriano Luna Medical Center – 57.7 %
  125. Villarosa Hospital Inc. – No occupied beds
  126. VT Maternity Hospital – No occupied beds
  127. Word of Hope General Foundation Inc. – No occupied beds
  128. World Citi Medical Center – 32.1 %
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