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Pagamutang Pangmasa ng Laguna

PAGAMUTANG PANGMASA NG LAGUNA


 

 History of the Hospital

 

The Pagamutang Pangmasa ng Laguna was formerly known as Bay Community Hospital owned and operated by a group of private individuals from the towns of Bay, Los Baños, Calauan, Victoria and nearby municipalities. The hospital then was a 15-bed primary level general hospital. The hospital was on loan from the Social Security System (SSS). However, the SSS forclosed the hospital for its inability to pay the required amortization.

 

In 1975, the Provincial Government of Laguna, thru the late Governor, Felicisimo T. San Luis and the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, passed and approved a resolution giving authority to Governor San Luis to buy from the SSS the foreclosed hospital.

 

In September 1980, the University of the Philippines Foundation- thru the UP Comprehensive Community Health Program (UP-CCHP) and the Province of Laguna signed a joint Memorandum of Agreement authorizing the UP-CCHP to operate and maintain the hospital utilizing the services of its medical faculty, clerks and interns and students of other para-medical disciplines. The signatories were the late Governor Felicisimo T. San Luis and the late UP President Carlos P. Romulo. The hospital then became known as UP-CCHP-PPL. The hospital served on the laboratory for Community Medicine and Allied Services as a primary level general hospital.

 

In February 1989, the UP-CCHP terminated its activities for the hospital after attaining the goals and objectives as a laboratory for Community Medicine and Allied Sciences.

 

On May 1, 1989, the Provincial Government of Laguna assumed the operation and maintenance of the hospital now known as the Pagamutang Pangmasa ng Laguna with an initial budget of P 560,000.00 for a 6-month operation. The personnel from the 18 Family Planning clinics in Laguna rotated their services in the hospital.

 

In January 1990, different plantilla positions for the hospital was created and approved by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan including its annual budgetary appropriation.

 

As of now, the hospital is operating on a 25-bed capacity primary level general hospital since 1991 and now in the process of upgrading it into a secondary level hospital with the help of the province in providing us with a new X-ray machine and requesting for more medical equipment that will be the basis for the Department of Health to upgrade it into a secondary level general hospital.

 


VISION

To become a Center for quality in delivering health care services and be able to instill the essence of existence of PAGAMUTANG PANGMASA NG LAGUNA in the community as an institution that promotes health as a moral, social and religous obligation.  To make available to the people all the necessary services right in their home environment, just within the reach of the population.

MISSION

  Deliver quality health care services that could be truly beneficial to the people of Bay and it's nearby towns especially to those who belong in the low income group in accordance with the capabilities of this institution.

GOALS

The goals of all health living services involve the complete provision of health care to the community. To make it available to the people all the necessary services right in their home environment, just within reach of the population.

Objective:

   To expand its available medical and other health-related services including surgery, which are acceptable and affordable to a greater number of, people mostly those who belong to the low-and middle income group.