Did you know: Philippine General Hospital | Inquirer News

Did you know: Philippine General Hospital

12:00 AM September 05, 2013

The Philippine General Hospital on Taft Avenue in Manila, was created in 1907 by the Philippine Commission’s Act No. 1688. Established to cater to poor Filipinos, it was built at a cost of around P780,000. PGH was opened to the public three years later in September 1910 with 330 beds. It was attached to the Philippine Medical School, forerunner of the University of the Philippines College of Medicine. Today, the hospital has a bed capacity of 1,500 and around 4,000 employees. Schatzi Quodala, Inquirer Research


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