Ward – 700 (in Philippine pesos)
Private rooms – range from 1,450 to 1,500
Deluxe rooms – range from 1,650 to 1,850
Suite rooms – 2,100
Intensive care unit (ICU) – 1,700
Surgical intensive care unit (SICU) – 1,700
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) – 1,700
Isolation rooms – range from 1,050 to 1,400
Mother-child room – 650
Nursery – 400
Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) – 1,000
Recovery room – 1st hour is 250and 150 for each succeeding hour
Orthopedic room – 1,400
Chemo room – range from 1,000 to 1,400
Here are a few reminders from the hospital when it comes to the settlement of your account:
1. For SSS, GSIS, OWWA, Sponsored, and Lifetime members and beneficiaries, kindly secure your PhilHealth insurance forms at windows 4 and 5 of the Hospital’s Business Office twenty four (24) hours upon admission. Prior to discharge, properly accomplished PHIC forms with complete required supporting documents must already be submitted to the PhilHealth clerks. Unaccomplished PHIC forms and incomplete supporting documents could lead to forfeiture of PhilHealth Inpatient Benefits.
2. For card-bearing members of private health insurance and or companies duly accredited by PCDH, present your Letter of Authorization (LOA) within twenty-four (24) hours from admission to date at window 1 of our Business Office.
3. For Senior Citizens covered by RA 9257, present appropriate ID to window 3 of Business Office before discharge date. Claim for discount after discharge date shall not be entertained.
4. As an SOP of the Hospital, please be informed that our collection staff conducts daily room visits to furnish you with your updated account and for appropriate action. Should you have additional inquiries or clarifications regarding your bill, kindly see our billing clerk at the Business Office.
Here are your rights as a patient inside the Pines City Doctors Hospital with regards to your treatment:
1. To receive treatment that is available and medically indicated regardless of race, religion or any other discrimination prohibited by law
2. To expect reasonable continuity of care and to be informed of available, realistic care and options when hospital care is no longer appropriate.
3. To be free from the use of restraints and or seclusion unless clinically necessary.
4. To receive emergency treatment regardless of ability to pay.
5. To have your needs for pain management addressed and treated.
6. To examine and receive an explanation of your bill regardless of source of payment.
7. To have information regarding your medical treatment explained to your family member or other appropriate individual when you are unable to participate in decisions about your care.
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