Here are the visiting hours for the wards, private rooms, and intensive care units:
1. Wards – 10:00 am to 11:30 am and 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm
2. Private rooms – 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
3. Intensive care units – 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Here are the rules with regards to visitors:
1. Official visiting hours shall be strictly observed. Maximum of two (2) visitors at a time are allowed during visiting hours.
2. Children below seven (7) years old are not allowed to visit the patient.
3. Visitors are requested to strictly observe the visiting hours so the patient can rest comfortably and recover quickly.
4. Identification (ID) given to visitors must be worn within the hospital premises. If you don’t wear your ID properly, you won’t be allowed entry.
5. Parking inside the hospital premises is free as long as there is enough space. Also, don’t park your car too long so that other visitors can use the very limited parking space.
How to get to Pines City Doctors’ Hospital:
The hospital is just a few minutes away from the Baguio City central business district (CBD). You have two options on how to get there if you don’t have your own service car. One, you can take a taxi and tell the driver to take you to Pines Hospital. If there’s no vehicular traffic, you should be at the hospital in under thirty (30) minutes. Depending on where you came from, taxi fare can range from the minimum to 60 pesos.
Your other option is to take a public jeepney. There are two jeepney stations in Baguio City where you can ride a jeep that passes by Pines Hospital. These are jeeps that ply the Baguio City-La Trinidad route. The first station is located along Magsaysay Avenue and near the Baguio Center Mall. The station is right beside the intersection between Magsaysay Avenue and Bonifacio Street. The second jeepney station is located below the Baguio City Hall and just above Rizal Park. Just board any of the La Trinidad-bound jeeps there and tell the driver to let you get off at the entrance of the Pines City Doctors’ Hospital. Travel time is between ten (10) to twenty (20) minutes depending on the flow of vehicular traffic. Jeepney fare is the minimum of eight pesos and fifty cents (8.50).
If you’re coming from La Trinidad, Benguet:
You just have to board any of the Baguio City-bound jeepneys and tell the driver to let you out near the Pines Hospital. The hospital is right across the New Lucban Elementary School in Camdas, Baguio City. When you cross the street using the overpass, you will run smack into the very entrance of the hospital.
Write Your Comments Below