St. Luke's Medical Center (SLMC) has provided high-quality healthcare for over a century. It was founded in 1903 with a mission to provide outstanding out-patient care. Today it is the foremost and most... more admired hospital in the Philippines and an acknowledged leader in Asia.
St. Luke's delivers on its mission of healing by gathering under one roof the finest medical expertise, the most sophisticated medical technology and facilities, and a deep-rooted culture of compassion. It supports this mission with research and continuing education for those who serve. The total dedication to quality and caring of the St. Luke's family is what distinguishes the hospital as a center of healthcare excellence in Asia.
The 650-bed hospital is home to ten (10) Institutes, eight (8) Departments, and twenty-three (23) Centers. These centers of excellence bring to the Philippines the latest medical advances and treatment modalities. Over 1,700 hospital-affiliated medical consultants see out-patients in more than 450 private clinics.
SLMC is the undisputed leader in virtually all medical specialties, including cardiovascular medicine, neurology and neurosurgery, cancer, ophthalmology, and digestive and liver diseases. It is the first choice of medical and health-related practitioners and patients for executive check-ups.
SLMC receives patients from around Asia, Micronesia, the Middle East, Europe and the United States.
With its rich legacy of excellence and a second new and modern facility at the Fort Bonifacio Global City, SLMC is in a position to realize a bolder vision of the institution as one of the top five hospitals in Asia by 2010.
I just wish that I could remember the names of the nurses that cared for me on 8/11 during my outpatient visit, they were amazing. So was Dr. Oris and the anesthesiologist. Sounds weird but it was fun... more joking and laughing with the staff before and after my procedure, they really put me at ease and accommodated my allergic needs too. Thank you Phoenix St. Luke’s! :)
I have now been to this hospital 2 times for bariatric surgery and two endoscopies. This hospital and their staff are simply AMAZING!!! They are the most compassionate caregivers. From Dr. Schuster,... more my surgeon, to my nurses Jasmine, Danielle and Katie to the CNA's Gilbert and Willie to the fantastic Diana and Rob in pre-op. I love, love, love you guys! I always feel so comfortable when I stay there. Thank you for being so amazing from top to bottom!
The hospital was always clean, a little outdated but always clean. The nurse I had in the ER was rude her name was Leigh, then they did shift change and I hot a wonderful nurse her name was Francesca she... more was so nice and took the time to take care if anything I needed. The doctor I had on the other hand was a mean mean person. Her name was doctor Farrell. She didn't take the time to listen to what I had to say about my condition and treated me like I was a drug addict searching for pain medicine. I was in horrible pain and they didn't even treat it. I was admitted to the hospital and got to meet my hospitalist Dr her name was Dr Ponduchi. She was so nice and understanding and took the time to listen to my needs. She treated my pain once I got upstairs, which took almost ten hours to get admitted to the 6th floor. Once up there I got my pain medicine right away and started to get some relief. I had an egd done because I was vomiting blood and the gastroenterologist that did the procedure was absolutely the best. I can't remember his name but he was amazing! I recommend the hospital and some of the people, but watch out for the mean Dr. Farrell she is the worst!!!
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 15.2% (0.8% below the national rate)
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