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General Cailles Memorial District Hospital

Accomplishments

A. Medical Department (July 2010 to June 2011) 

  2011 2010 Total
Number of Admissions  1,730 1,911  3,641
Number of Discharges  1,757 1,919  3,676
D & C performed  35

31

66 
OPD  17,387 18,595  35,982
Births (normal deliveries)  186 297  483
Major Surgical Procedures  60 80 140 
Caesarian Operation  23 52 75 
Manual Extraction/Evaluation of Placenta  8 8 16 
TAHBSO  3 6
Operation Tuli (may 2011)  322   322 
Diabetic Clinic (once a month) 6 6  12
Medical Missions  12 6 18 
Pre-Natal Check-up  972 658  1,630
Seminars Attended  5 5  10
Inter-local Health Zone  1 2  3

 

 


 

B. Dental Department (July 2010 to June 2011)

2011 2010 Total
Submitted reports to PHO monthly & quarterly Submitted reports to PHO monthly & quarterly 14
494 patients hospital only 614 patients hospital only 1,046
1,300

Pakil daycare &

Free Dental mission

722 patients

Pakil daycare &

Free dental Mission

2,022
18 municipalities Medical Missions 22 municipalities Medical Mission 40
February 2011 Dental Health month      
Every Friday of teh month Monthly meeting Every Friday of the month Monthly meeting 12

 Seminars attended

  • September 2010 - Enhancement Program for Laguna Public Health Dentist
  • May 2011 - Advocacy on Cervical Cancer Screening of STI/HIV Aids

 


 

C. Dietary Department (July 2010 to June 2011) 

Month

Old

Patients

New

Patients

Routine Hospital Diets Served  Therapeutic Diets Served  Diabetic Patients           
  2010 2011  2010 2011  2010 2011 2010 2011   2010 2011          
July  41    356    2,492    1,207    5            
August  45    372    2,827    1,202    9            
September  39    338    2,579    1,512    11            
October  51    302    2,439    1,377    3            
November  42    276    2,008    1,225    12            
December  35    271    1,857    956    3            
January    37    340    2,565    1,130    13          
February    52    258    2,454    733    14          
March    38    270    2,137    990    8          
April    30    249    2,382    1,024    6          
May    36    316    2,557    1,040    11          
June    48   287    2,769    965             
 TOTAL  253  241  1,915  1,720  14,202  14,864  7,479  5,882 43   61          

  

  1. Diet counselling for diabetic patients and other related diabetes for in and out patients if there is a referral from the doctor.
  2. submitted monthly report as per schedule
  3. attended the consultative workshop and nutrition updates for all government hosital and community based Nutritionist-Dietitians at PHO, Sta Cruz, Laguna on November 4, 2010
  4. Attended the 16th National Assembly of Diabetes Educators on November 9, 2010 at Manila
  5. Assisted in the diabetic clinic at least once a month
  6. Attended basic life support management at GCMDH

 


 

D. Family Planning (July 2010 to June 2011) 

Methods 2011 New Acceptors 2011 Current Users 2010 New Acceptors 2010 Current Users TOTAL
a. Condom 2 2 2 2 8
b. IUD 40 318 44 288 690
c. Pills 6 37 5 32 80
d. FemaleSter  1       1

  


 

E. X-Ray Department (July 2010 to June 2011) 

  2011 2010 Total
X-Ray Served 722 patients 314 patients 1,036

 


 

 F. Pharmacy Department (July 2010 to June 2011)

 Total Medicines Served

  2011 2010 Total
Charity 787,695.93 292,218.22 1,079,914.15
PHIC 544,864.32 325,519.18 870,383.50
Paid 225,456.48 991,16.49 324,572.97
Free 193,478.91 99,504.41 292,983.32
Total 1,751,495.64 816,358.30 2,567,853.94

  


  

G. Social Worker Office (July 2010 to June 2011)

  2011
Total Orange Card Holder 232
Patients Served 283
OC Recommended by the hospital and approved 27
Amount collectibles 934,527
Total amount paid 24,813
Remaining collectibles 909,714
Patients classified 965

  

2010 Pay C D Senior Citizen Total
July 16 137 3 1 157
August 20 145 2   167
September 13 121 3 2 139
October 8 144 3 6 161
November 13 125 2 2 142
December 21 107 3 9 140
Total 91 779 16 20 906

  


 

H. Laboratory Department (July 2010 to June 2011) 

  2011 2010 Total
Hematology 4,370 4,753 9,123
Clinical Chemistry 2,433 867 3,300
Parasitology 1,719 1,592 3,311
Serology/Immunology 314 496 810
Total 8,836 7,708 16,544

 July 2010

  •  Completion of benchbook of Laboratory - requirement for PHIC and DOH Accreditation
  • Completion and Submission Performance Evaluation Sheet

 August 2010

  • Seminar on Quality Control - Antipolo City
  • Monthly Report for August

September 2010

  • Regional Convention - Laguna
  • Monthly Report for September
  •  Quarterly Blood Bank Report
  • Replacement of ABX Hema-Analyzer machine (calibrated and maintenance checked to comply with Quality Control standards)

October 2010

  • Monthly Report for October

November 2010

  • Acquisition of owned/brand new Statfax machine 1904+
  • Pullout of old/tie-up machine 1904+
  • Monthly report for November

December 2010

  • Participated in NEQAS Quality Control Standards for Chemistry and Hematology for 2010 - a requirement in licensing of the department
  • Received certificate of participation for 2009 NEQAS Hematology Quality control - a requirement of PHIC and DOH accreditation/Licensing

March 2011

  • Quality Manual for Clinical Laboratories (QMCL) Re- Orientation & Point of Care (POC) updates

May 2011

  • 16th PAMET Mid-Year Convention

Topics focus on:

Laboratory Management          Clinical Chemistry

 Hematology                                Immunology

Bacteriology                                 Personal Development

 


 

I. Records Section (July 2010 to June 2011)

a. Monthly, Quarterly hospital statistical report submitted to the PHO

b. Hospital statistical report  

  2011 2010 Total
Number of Admissions  1,730  1,911  3,641
Number of Discharges  1,757  1,919  3,676
OPD  17,387  18,595  35,982
Births  186  297 483 
Surgical Procedures  60  80 140 
Number of Caesarian  23  52 75 
D & C  35  31 66 
Mortality  63  65 128 
Medical & Medico Legal Certificates  1,298 714 2,012 
Birth Certificate  198 305 503 
Death Certificate  63 57  120

 c. Monthly mandatory hospital statistical report submitted to PHIC

d. Attachment for application of hospital license that covers the following services of clinical laboratory, pharmacy and             diagnotic x-ray.

e. Attachments of PHIC accreditation

f. Total number of patients  charts ICD-10 code = 1866

  


 

J. PHIC 

  2011 2010 Total
Claims Submitted  367 826 1193 
Returned Claims to hospital  167 193 360 
Returned claims complied to RTH  145 170 315 
Follow up letters sent to returned claims  15 23  38
Mandatory Monthly Report 6 6 12

  


 

K. Nursing Service Department (July 2010 to June 2011)

 Seminars Training Attended

  1. Human Milk Banking System
  2. A Journey with the Challenges in Providing Safe, Humane and Globally Competitive Nursing Care.
  3. Refresher Orientation on the proper prick method, collecting and handling of samples to selected Newborn Screening Facilities.
  4. Women's Health Teams & Maternal Death Review and Reporting System
  5. Program Implementation Review for Animal Bite Treatment Center (ABTC)
  6. Infection Control Seminar
  7. Realisation towards Midwifery Law and Ethics
  8. DOTSch it Now: Technical Assistance Package on initiating the implementation of Childhood TB Control Program 
  2010 2011 Total
New Born Screening 120 106 226

 

 

  

  Nurses Midwives Aide
Volunteers Trained 15 3 1

Quality Assurance

  • Certified Mother baby friendly hospital c/o Provincial Health Office
  • Training Syllabus for volunteers available

January to June 2011 

  1. Nurses, Medical Doctors, Dentist, and Personnel who attended seminars and workshops:
  • Training on Essentials of Newborn Care
  • Competency Based Training II Family Planning Program
  • Reconciliation and Disease Surveillance Reporting System
  • National Public Health Emergency for Asia and the Pacific Training
  • Building Citizen-Centric Services Laguna "Customer Service in Government Training
  • Geriatic Intravenous Therapy Training Program
  • Basic Life Support Seminar
  • New Policies and Protocol on Essential Newborn Care
  • Sub National Milk Health Emergency Management for Asia and the Pacific and Mid-Year Convention "Nursing Leader's Edge"
  • Midwives Embracing Development Coping with Change

 


 

L. Administrative Department (July 2010 to June 2011)

  1.  2 Job Order, 4 Contractual, 2 Casual renewed
  2. PHIC Honaraium 2 time (February & April)
  3. 2011 Salary Differential of GCMDH employees (2nd tranche)
  4. Salary Increment of 11 employees
  5. Accomplished form 2316 submitted to OPA
  6. Retired employees    a. Zacarias C. Guanizo   b. Amelia M. Reblora   c. Melencio R. Sababan  d. Roman S. Macabasco
  7. Attendance Preparation & Preparation of DOH Rationalization Plan

a. DOH Rationalization Plan for Health

b. DOH Provincial Investment Health Program

c. DOH - Safe Hospital & Emergency Response team

d. Strategic Planning for Health Program

e. Economic Enterprise - study group research, activities and financial plans

f. Orange card - Policy and implementation

g. Customer Service & Clientele enhancement program, seminar/workshop

h. Philhealth Benhmark and accreditation acquired

i. ICD-10 Encoding & Medical Records Management

j. HOMIS Launched

k. Disaster preparedness "LIfeboat Handling and Rescue Operations Training"

l. Animal Bite Center

m. 2010 National Assembly of Diabetes Educators "Celebrating the Good Life with Diabetes"

n. Capability Enhancement Program for Laguna Public Health Dentists & 102nd PDA Annual Convention And Scientific          Session

o. Corrupt Vulnerability 

Hospital Equipments
Acquisition of 1 unit of generator February 2011
Acquisition of Food Cart April 2011
Infrastructure
Administrative & PHIC Building January 2011
Generator Housing February 2011
Repair of gutter, ceiling,glass window
Hospital main building May 2011
Replacement of broken glass window May 2011
Rapainting of roofs main building May 2011
Hospital Accreditation / License
DOH LIcense Complied w/ licencing requirement of Level Health Care Facility II
PHIC Accreditation Accredited as center for Safety
  •  Other Hospital Accomplishments
  1. Conducts various places Dental/Medical missions in Victoria, Sta Maria, Sta Rosa, Sta Cruz, Pakil, Pangil, Kalayaan, Liliw, Alaminos, Longos, Siniloan.
  2. Hospital collection efficiency improved
  3. Medical Surgery mission in this hospital  -  Dr. Kagayutan and Dr Paes
  4. All hosital license renewed
  5. Bed occupancy increased from 70% to 85%
  6. P 100,000.00 financial assistance of 7 towns in the 4th District of Laguna namely Sta Maria, Mabitac, Famy, Siniloan, Pangil, Pakil, Paete totaling P 700,000.00 for the year 2011 happened during Iter Local HEalth Zone meeting last October 12, 2010.
  7. Operation tuli for the month of May 2011 with 322 surgeries.
May Surgeries
4 24
5 30
6 41
9 25
10 27
11 13
12 16
13 11
16 35
17 16
18 17
19 10
20 13
24 21
25 12
26 2
27 9
Total 322

 

Donations from GSIS Pasay, Free Mason & Guiling Guiling Siniloan

1 Unit 2 Door GE Refrigerator (used)  
1 pc Laryngoscope Bulb
1 pc Stainless Instrument Tray
1 pc Blue Towel
3 pcs Endotracheal tube size 7,9 & 5
6 pcs Mattress (uratex)
6 pcs Mattress cover (green)
6 pcs Side Table, wooden, white
1 unit Rocking chair (for nursing mothers)
2 pcs ceiling fan
1 pc Water dispenser with stand
1 unit Food conveyor (big)
2 pcs Wheelchair
2 unit Book shelf
10 pcs Filing Cabinet (lateral)
10 pcs Stacking Chair
2 pcs Round Table
1 unit Cabinet
5 pcs Panel Hanging Shelf
    repainting of OB room
    electrical installation
  • HOSPITAL 

1.  Replacement of roofs and ceiling, repainting new comfort rooms, and additional room of Administrative/PHIC Building (renovated).

  • Housing the following personnel

a. New office of Administrative Officer IV

b. New office of PHIC personnel

c. New office of Social Welfare Officer

d. New office of Cashier and Billing

2. Building of covered pathway from OPD to PHIC building (done)

3. Opened second Nursing station in pursuant to Department of Health (DOH) recommendation (with new equipment            like emergency cart, MAYO table, chairs, electric fan, wall clock, bulletin board, etc).

4. Newborn Screening

5. Rehabilitation of Administrative Building (Governor E.R. agreed on his visit last October 12, 2010 during inter local              health zone meeting with 8 town mayor present.)

6. Parking lot of patient's motor vehicles expanded by cementing the sideway and the coconut tree chopped. 

  • PURCHASED OF THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENTS:
  1. Generator 100KVA with housing
  2.  1 unit ECH machine
  3. 1 unit ECG Stat Fax Chemistry Analyzer
  4. 12 Placer Hematocrit Centrifuge - repair
  5. 1 Airconditioned unit donated by HOMIS to be used in server room
  6. 5 unit mercury free sphymomanometer (desk top)
  7. 6 unit mercury free sphymomanometer (wheeled stand)
  8. 8 unit mercury free sphymomanometer (wall mounted)
  9. 20 pcs digital thermometer
  10. Borken old generator fixed and shall be used as reserve
  11. New hospital ambulance

  

  • Rationalization Approved Plan

Maintain at Level 2, increase bed capacity from 50 to 100 beds.

Renovation of surgical ward to separate male from female patients, STP, and rehabilitation of Administrative building and patient's waiting area.