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Welcome to the Valenzuela Medical Center
Written by Administrator
Thursday, 12 October 2006 10:00
Valenzuela General Hospital, initially known as Valenzuela Emergency Hospital, was established through a local council in 1979 as a 25-bed secondary hospital under LGU supervision and funding. The hospital was originally housed in a renovated municipal hall in Polo, Valenzuela. It was nationalized on January 1985 directly under Region III through PD 811. It was later named Valenzuela District Hospital.
In 1987, through EO 119, it was absorbed by the newly created DOH-NCR under District Health Office No. I. In 1992, through RA 7218, it was upgraded into a 100-bed secondary hospital. In 1998, with the release of additional plantilla of employees including medical staff, VGH became departmentalized into 4 basic medical departments namely: Obstetrics-Gynecology, Surgery, Medicine and Pediatrics.
Eventually on May 1, 1999, it transferred to its new site in Karuhatan, Valenzuela City. It is a four storey concrete building in a 1800 sq. meter of land. It is now licensed as a 100 bed Tertiary-Teaching-Training hospital and is continually in pursuit of excellence. The OB-Gyne and Pediatrics departments are accredited by their respective society.
Brief Background of VMC
|1979 – 1984|
25 bed capacity Emergency Hospital under the Municipal Government of Valenzuela located at Polo, Poblacion Valenzuela, Metro Manila
|1985 – 1986|
Turned over to Regional Field Health Office III, Department of Health – P.D. 811
|1987 Jan. – 1999|
Under District Health Office No. 1 – National Capital Region, DOH - E.O. 119
Increase in bed capacity from 25 to 100 bed – sponsored by Cong. Antonio Serapio – RA 7218
|1992 – 1997|
New building was constructed at Padrigal St., Karuhatan, Valenzuela City
House Bill No. 4208 was filed by Congressman Gunigundo for the swapping of TTI and VGH sites and buildings (did not materialized)
Integration of District Health Office No. 1 and Valenzuela District Hospital, and transfer to the new site (Padrigal St., Karuhatan,) – A.O. 102
Licensed as 100 bed Secondary General Hospital
Congressman Serapio filed a bill upgrading VGH into a 250 Bed Medical Center
Licensed as Secondary Care ( Secondary Level Referral Hospital / Tertiary )
Oct. 6, 2005
Licensed as Tertiary – Teaching and Training Hospital after accreditation of OB-Gyne Residency Training Program
Dec. 28, 2005
PhilHealth accredited as Tertiary with 100 accredited beds
Feb. 23, 2007
MOA signed authorizing DOH to use the lot 2,500 sq.m. for the construction of extension building of Valenzuela General Hospital.
Apr. 10, 2007
Republic Act No. 9421 signed by Hon. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
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