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COVID-19 beds in 15 NCR hospitals 100% occupied, 27 in critical level — DOH

By: - Content Researcher/Writer / @CeBacligINQ
/ 03:21 PM May 07, 2021
This photo taken on April 6, 2021 shows a relative wearing personal protective equipment attending to a family member with COVID-19 at a makeshift ward in a hospital in Manila. - More contagious variants of the coronavirus have been blamed for a record surge in infections in Metro Manila that has overwhelmed hospitals and sent the national capital region into lockdown

This photo taken on April 6, 2021 shows a relative wearing personal protective equipment attending to a family member with COVID-19 at a makeshift ward in a hospital in Manila. – More contagious variants of the coronavirus have been blamed for a record surge in infections in Metro Manila that has overwhelmed hospitals and sent the national capital region into lockdown. (Photo by JAM STA ROSA / AFP)

MANILA, Philippines — Out of the 27 hospitals in Metro Manila that were placed under critical status in terms of bed capacity solely for COVID-19 patients, 15 have already reached 100 percent bed occupancy based on the latest data from the Department of Health (DOH) as of May 5.

The hospitals that have reported full bed occupancy were:

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A Zarate General Hospital
Alfonso Specialist Hospital
Calalang General Hospital
E Zarate Hospital
F.Y. Manalo Medical Foundation
Fatima University Medical Center, Corporation
Marikina Doctors Hospital and Medical Center, Inc.
Metro North Medical Center and Hospital Inc.
Quezon City General Hospital
Recuenco General Hospital, Inc.
St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City
University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center, Inc.
Victoriano Luna Medical Center
VRP Medical Center
World Citi Medical Center

Last April 28, there were 30 hospitals that were classified as critical. Meanwhile, the number of facilities tagged under full occupancy has remained the same.

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Around 21 hospitals were meanwhile listed under the high-risk status.

The recent data also bared that 156 facilities have submitted their data and were categorized based on their occupancy levels.

In addition, around 71.40 percent or 854 of 1,196 total Intensive Care Units (ICU) beds solely for COVID-19 patients in Metro Manila hospitals are already in use, according to the same DOH data.

The health department further indicated that as of the same date, 49.02 percent or 2,307 of 4,706 isolation beds, and 55.83 percent or 2,130 of 3,815 ward beds in NCR are likewise occupied.

Overall, it noted that the bed occupancy rate for the whole NCR reached 54.5 percent, with 5,291 of the total 9,717 beds in use. This is lower than the recorded 58.6 percent bed occupancy rate last week

DOH classifies occupancy levels for COVID-19 beds in health centers as either critical, high risk, moderate, and safe.

Under the critical level, hospitals have already reached more than 85 percent of their bed occupancy for COVID-19 patients.

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Hospitals are classified as high risk if 70 percent but not more than 85 percent of its COVID-19 beds are occupied, while those with a COVID-19 bed capacity of 60 to 70 percent rate are classified as moderate.

Hospitals fall under the safe level if their bed utilization rate is less than 60 percent.

INQUIRER.net analyzed the most available data – May 5, 2021 – based on DOH’s COVID-19 tracker.

This article aims to show how prepared Metro Manila hospitals are, should there be a rush in COVID-19 infections in the region, which remains the epicenter of the health crisis in the Philippines.

However, only hospitals in Metro Manila that have information on COVID-19 bed allocation for the treatment of new coronavirus patients were included in this article.

Critical
A Zarate General Hospital – 100 percent
Alfonso Specialist Hospital – 100 percent
Allied Care Experts (ACE) Medical Center – Pateros, Inc. – 93.3 percent
Calalang General Hospital – 100 percent
E Zarate Hospital – 100 percent
F.Y. Manalo Medical Foundation – 100 percent
Fatima University Medical Center, Corporation – 100 percent
Marikina Doctors Hospital and Medical Center, Inc. – 100 percent
MCU – FDT Medical Foundation Hospital – 92.3 percent
Metro North Medical Center and Hospital Inc. – 100 percent
National Children’s Hospital – 87.1 percent
National Kidney and Transplant Institute – 93.4 percent
Novaliches District Hospital – 87.5 percent
Ospital ng Muntinlupa – 87.4 percent
Pasig City Children’s Hospital Child’s Hope – 97.3 percent
Quezon City General Hospital – 100 percent
Recuenco General Hospital, Inc. – 100 percent
Rosario Maclang Bautista General Hospital – 88.9 percent
Seamen’s Hospital – 90.5 percent
St. Clare’s Medical Center, Inc. – 86.7 percent
St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City – 100 percent
Unihealth Parañaque Hospital and Medical Center, Inc. – 87.5 percent
University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center, Inc. – 100 percent
UP  Philippine General Hospital – 90.2 percent
Victoriano Luna Medical Center – 100 percent
VRP Medical Center – 100 percent
World Citi Medical Center – 100 percent

High risk
Allied Care Experts (ACE) Medical Center – Valenzuela, Inc. – 71.7 percent
Bermudez Polymedic Hospital I – 80 percent
Caloocan City Medical Center – 84.4 percent
Capitol Medical Center, Inc. – 76.1 percent
Cardinal Santos Medical Center – 71.6 percent
Commonwealth Hospital and Medical Center – 75.4 percent
Diliman Doctors Hospital, Inc. – 84.4 percent
Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center – 84 percent
Lung Center of the Philippines – 79.1 percent
Makati Medical Center – 74.7 percent
Marikina Valley Medical Center – 82.2 percent
Medical Center of Taguig City, Inc. – 70.4 percent
Metropolitan Medical Center – 79.8 percent
Ospital ng Makati – 71.6 percent
Ospital ng Sampaloc – 83.3 percent
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Inc. – 72.7 percent
Pasig Doctors Medical Center, Inc. – 83.3 percent
Philippine Orthopedic Center – 75 percent
Quirino Memorial Medical Center – 76.3 percent
Sta. Teresita General Hospital – 80 percent
Taguig-Pateros District Hospital – 73.3 percent

Moderate
East Avenue Medical Center – 69.6 percent
Las Piñas General Hospital and Satellite Trauma Center – 66.2 percent
Manila Doctors Hospital – 62.8 percent
Medical Center Muntinlupa, Inc. – 60.6 percent
Medical Center Parañaque, Inc. – 66.7 percent
Pacific Global Medical Center, Inc. – 61.8 percent
Protacio Hospital – 66.7 percent
Providence Hospital, Inc. – 65.5 percent
San Juan Medical Center – 61.3 percent
San Lorenzo Ruiz General Hospital – 62.5 percent
St. Luke’s Medical Center – 67.3 percent
The Medical City – 67.3 percent
U.E.R.M Memorial Hospital – 65.8 percent
Veterans Memorial Medical Center – 63.1 percent

Safe
Acebedo General Hospital – 20 percent
Adventist Medical Center Manila – 46.2 percent
Air Force General Hospital – 22 percent
Alabang Medical Center – No occupied beds
Alabang Medical Clinic – 44.4 percent
Alabang Medical Clinic Las Piñas Branch – No occupied beds
Alabang Medical Clinic Muntinlupa Branch – 12.5 percent
Allied Care Experts (ACE) Medical Center – Quezon City, Inc. – 50 percent
Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center – 45.7 percent
Army General Hospital – 41.5 percent
Asian Hospital Inc. – 39 percent
Bermudez Polymedic Hospital – No occupied beds
Bermudez Polymedic Hospital II – 42.9 percent
Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center – 51.9 percent
Christ the King Medical Center Unihealth Las Piñas, Inc. – 50 percent
Cruz-Rabe Maternity and General Hospital – No occupied beds
Cure and Care Maternity Hospital OPC – No occupied beds
De Los Santos Medical Center – 35.8 percent
De Ocampo Memorial Medical Center – No occupied beds
Divine Heart Medical Service and Development Cooperative Hospital – No occupied beds
Dr. Fe Del Mundo Medical Center – 59.5 percent
Dr. Jesus C. Delgado Memorial Hospital – 25 percent
Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital – 12.1 percent
Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital – 47.7 percent
Dr. Montano G. Ramos General Hospital Corporation – 12.5 percent
Dr. Sabili Health Services Corporation – No occupied beds
Fairview General Hospital, Inc. – 30.8 percent
FEU – Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation, Inc. – 44.4 percent
Foundation of Our Lady of Peace Mission, Inc. – Our Lady of Peace Hospital – No occupied beds
Gen. Miguel Malvar Medical Research Foundation, Inc. – 50 percent
Holylife Hospital – No occupied beds
Hospital of the Infant Jesus Medical Center – 23.8 percent
J.P. Sioson General Hospital and Colleges, Inc. – No occupied beds
Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center – 49.1 percent
Justice Jose Abad Santos General Hospital – 19.1 percent
Las Piñas City Medical Center – 48 percent
Las Piñas Doctors Hospital, Inc. – 50 percent

Mandaluyong City Medical Center – 59.5 percent
Manila Naval Hospital – 12.1 percent
Marikina St. Vincent General Hospital, Inc. – 25 percent
Martinez Memorial Hospital, Inc. – 20 percent
Mary Chiles General Hospital, Inc. – No occupied beds
Mary Johnston Hospital, Inc. – 33.3 percent
MCPC St. Therese of Lisieux Doctors Hospital – No occupied beds
Medical Center Manila, Inc. – 44.8 percent
Mission Hospital – 40 percent
National Center for Mental Health – 23.3 percent
Navotas City Hospital – 33.3 percent
Nodado General Hospital – No occupied beds
North Caloocan Doctors Hospital, Inc. – No occupied beds
Novaliches General Hospital, Inc. – 55.6 percent
Olivarez General Hospital, Inc. – 55 percent
Ospital ng Malabon – 25.8 percent
Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center – 16.7 percent
Ospital ng Parañaque – 44 percent
Ospital ng Tondo – 35 percent
Our Lady of Grace Hospital, Inc. – No occupied beds
Pasay City General Hospital – 55.8 percent
Pasig City General Hospital – 39.4 percent
Perpetual Succor Hospital & Maternity, Inc. – No occupied beds
Philippine Children’s Medical Center – 38.8 percent
Philippine Heart Center – 35.5 percent
Pope John Paul II Hospital and Medical Center Inc. – 36.2 percent
Queensberry Hospital – No occupied beds
Quezon Institute – No occupied beds
Research Institute for Tropical Medicine – 47.1 percent
Rizal Medical Center – 50.4 percent
Sabater General Hospital, Inc. – No occupied beds
Salve Reginal General Hospital, Inc. – No occupied beds
San Juan De Dios Educational Foundation Inc. – 53.2 percent
San Lazaro Hospital – 40 percent
San Lorenzo Hospital Health Management Co., Inc. – No occupied beds
SDS Medical Center – 20 percent
South Superhighway Medical Center – 33.3 percent
St. Anthony Medical Center of Marikina, Inc. – No occupied beds
St. Camillus Medical Center – 15.4 percent
St. Christiana Maternity Hospital – No occupied beds
St. Jude General Hospital and Medical Center – No occupied beds
St. Martin De Porres Charity Hospital – No occupied beds
St. Victoria Hospital – 42.9 percent
Sta. Ana Hospital – 43.9 percent
The Premier Medical Center – 56.3 percent
Tondo Medical Center – 48.3 percent
Tricity Medical Center, Inc. – 35.7 percent
Trinity Woman and Child Center “The Birthplace” – 33. 3 percent
UHBI-Parañaque Doctors Hospital, Inc. – 46.2 percent
United Doctors Medical Center – 33.3 percent
University of Santo Tomas – 57.6 percent
Urology Center of the Philippines, Inc. – No occupied beds
Valenzuela Citicare Medical Center Timog Hilaga Providence Group, Inc. – 35.7 percent
Valenzuela Medical Center – 37.5 percent
Villarosa Hospital, Inc. – No occupied beds
VT Maternity Hospital – No occupied beds
Word of Hope General Hospital Foundation, Inc. – No occupied beds

On May 6, DOH reported 6,637 new cases of COVID-19, driving the nationwide count to 1,080,172, including 63,170 active cases, 999,011 recovered patients, and 17,991 deaths.

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