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Free cleft lip and cleft palate surgeries at Bay District Hospital

Laguna Provincial Hospital-Bay District Hospital
September 20, 2016     
 
    The Laguna Provincial Hospital-Bay District Hospital (LPH-BDH) hosted Monday’s flag raising ceremony on 19 September 2016 at the provincial capitol Time Plaza. Chief of hospital Dr. Ferdinand B. Galvez, .reported on the hospital’s accomplishments for the months of January to August 2016 that covered health services, financial report, infrastructure/hospital equipment, and human resource.
 
    Presently licensed and categorized as Level 1 hospital, LPH-BDH has an authorized 25-bed capacity but has an actual implementation of 38 beds. Highlights of the report are as follows:
 
  • Bed occupancy rate  from January to August 2016 is  88.59%
  • The total number of admission is 1,615 patients
  • The average length of hospitalization per patient is 3 days
  • The total number of consultation including emergency cases is  24,555 patients
  • The total number of minor surgeries is 493
  • Total number of normal spontaneous delivery is 457 patients
  • The total number of patients served in the laboratory is 8,906
  • For the prescription filled in the pharmacy, the total number of patients served is 10,296
  • In the x-ray department, the total number of patients served is 2,509
  • In the dental department , 1,479 patients were served and managed
  • Medico-Legal cases –   1,261 patients physically examined and attended
  • Pre-natal check-up – 618  patients were examined and attended 
  • For the other health services performed: 
·  Rabies Vaccination – 1,125 patients vaccinated
·  New Born Screening –509 newborn screened
·  Hepatitis B Vaccination – 457patients vaccinated
·  Bilateral Tubal Ligation (BTL) – 15 patients were ligated in coordination with the Provincial Population Office headed by Tita Joy Yaneza under the Friendly Care last January 22, 2016. 
 
  • On June 21, 2016, the hospital also hosted BUNTIS CONGRESS  in which 111 pregnant women participated.  This was sponsored by Red Scope Organization.       
  •  Furthermore, in line with the health programs of Governor Ramil L. Hernandez, Bay District Hospital hosted the operation for  cleft-lip and cleft palate on August 20, 2016 conducted by the Philippine Band of Mercy through the initiative and coordination of Moral Development Office head Tita Vennie Corcuera in which 25 patients were served and operated on.                               
 And lastly, Bay District Hospital attended and participated in all Serbisyong Tama Caravan of the provincial government.  
 
  • As for the FINANCIAL REPORT from January to August 2016, the hospital earned a considerable amount of P 10,351,336.00 even though the hospital is not a lucrative institution.  Comparing it to last year’s income,  revenue from January to August 2015 was P 7,991,760.50,  hence, collected income for 8 months this year is 22.79%higher than that of last year.  Moreover, 91.60% of the estimated income was already collected which is P 11.3 Million, with remaining 4 months to generate additional income that will increase our estimated income for 2016. 
Income breakdown is as follows:
 
  • 64.89% comes from PHILHEALTH
  • 33.89% comes from PATIENT’S PAYMENT
  • And 1.22%  comes from other sources such as PCSO, DSWD and Bantay Bata
  • In addition, the total number of patients served with Blue Card is 1,299 and the total amount the provincial government has extended to blue card patients is P 2,050,661.00 
  •  For the INFRASTRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT
  In line with the commitment and advocacy of providing efficient, responsive, equitable and quality health care to our constituents and through the Health Facility Enhancement Program of the Department of Health, the hospital has an on-going request from DOH through the endorsement of Gov. Hernandez for funding the  Expansion/Renovation of the main hospital building to accommodate the proposed second floor and 25 in-patient beds and other support areas for Level 1 hospital category  in the amount of 90 million.
 

  The following hospital equipment has been acquired from the Province of Laguna:

  • Blood bank refrigerator, hospital beds, bedside tables, negatoscope, fiber optic laryngoscope, vital signs patient monitor, emergency cart, Doppler to name a few.
  • OR and delivery tables were acquired from the Department of Health 
  • As to HUMAN RESOURCE, LPH-BDH is very grateful to Gov. Hernandez and Provincial Administrator Atty. Dulce Rebanal for the immediate replacement of 3 resigned nurses.
  • In terms of training courses, seminars, conventions and updates attended which are geared towards continuous medical and professional education, growth and development and quality improvement, these  are some of the training courses, seminars, conventions and updates selected hospital employees had attended:
·         HIV Counseling and Training for Health Care Personnel
·         Family Planning Competency Based Training for Level 1
·         Basic Life Support Training
·         Hospital Waste Management & Infection Control
·         Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases
·         Health Emergency Management
·         Basic Refresher Course for Pollution Control officers
 
  All of these accomplishments wouldn’t be made possible without the responsive, participatory, concerted and unified efforts and sacrifices of the employees and staff of Bay District Hospital, the Department of Health, and especially the provincial government under the dynamic leadership and good governance Gov. Hernandez for the continuous and endless support to BAY DISTRICT HOSPITAL.