13 hospitals in Metro Manila reach 100% bed utilization rate for COVID-19 patients—DOH

Published August 8, 2021, 1:26 AM

by Analou de Vera


Thirteen hospitals in Metro Manila have already reached 100 percent utilization of their bed capacity dedicated for patients afflicted with coronavirus disease (COVID-19), based on the data of the Department of Health (DOH).

As of August 6, the hospitals that hit full COVID-19 bed capacity are: A Zarate General Hospital, Allied Care Experts Medical Center-Valenzuela, Inc., Bernardino General Hospital I, and Calalang General Hospital, according to the DOH COVID-19 tracker.

Also included are: E. Zarate Hospital, F.Y. Manalo Medical Foundation, Inc., Novaliches District Hospital, Philippine Orthopedic Center, Recuenco General Hospital, Inc., Rosario Maclang Bautista General Hospital, Seamen’s Hospital, Victoriano Luna Medical Center, and VRP-Medical Center.

The said hospitals were classified under the “critical risk” classification. It means that hospitals have reached over 85 percent of their bed occupancy for COVID-19 patients.

The other hospitals that are under the critical risk level are:

  • Allied Care Experts Medical Center-Pateros, Inc.— 87.5 percent occupied
  • Bernardino General Hospital II— 85.7 percent occupied
  • Diliman Doctors Hospital Inc.— 92.3 percent occupied
  • Las Pinas General Hospital and Satellite Trauma Center— 95.8 percent occupied
  • Marikina Doctors Hospital and Medical Center Inc.— 91.7 percent occupied
  • Metro North Medical Center and Hospital Inc.— 92 percent occupied
  • National Children’s Hospital— 90.8 percent occupied
  • Ospital ng Muntinlupa— 95.1 percent
  • St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City— 95.2 percent occupied
  • Taguig-Pateros District Hospital— 85.5 percent occupied
  • UP-Philippine General Hospital— 86.7 percent occupied

Twenty-four hospitals have been classified under the “high risk” category after hitting 70 percent but not more than 85 percent of their bed capacity for COVID-19.

  • Adventist Medical Center Manila—77.8 percent occupied
  • Capitol Medical Center, Inc.—76.1 percent occupied
  • Cardinal Santos Medical Center— 80.2 percent occupied
  • Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center—70.5 percent occupied
  • East Avenue Medical Center— 76.6 percent occupied
  • Lung Center of the Philippines— 80.4 percent occupied
  • Makati Medical Center— 78.9 percent occupied
  • Marikina Valley Medical Center—71.4 percent occupied
  • Medical Center Manila Inc.—71.6 percent occupied
  • Metropolitan Medical Center—70.2 percent occupied
  • National Kidney and Transplant Institute— 80 percent occupied
  • Ospital ng Sampaloc—71.8 percent occupied
  • Pasig City Children’s Hospital Child’s Hope— 82 percent occupied
  • Pasig Doctors Medical Center, Inc.—72.2 percent occupied
  • Quezon City General Hospital—70.8 percent occupied
  • Research Institute for Tropical Medicine—81.1 percent occupied
  • San Juan De Dios Educational Foundation Inc.—70.8 percent occupied
  • SDS Medical Center, Inc. 71.4 percent occupied
  • St. Luke’s Medical Center—78 percent occupied
  • The Medical City—83 percent occupied
  • The Premier Medical Center–75 percent occupied
  • UniHealth Paranaque Hospital and Medical Center, Inc.—78.8 percent occupied
  • University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center, Inc.—73.1 percent occupied
  • World Citi Medical Center—77.8 percent occupied

The following hospitals are under the “moderate” risk level after reaching their bed capacity of 60 percent but not more than 70 percent:

  • Allied Care Experts Medical Center-Quezon City, Inc.—61.8 percent occupied
  • Commonwealth Hospital and Medical Center—64.7 percent occupied
  • Las Pinas City Medical Center—66.7 percent occupied
  • Mandaluyong City Medical Center—64.9 percent occupied
  • Manila Doctors Hospital—63 percent occupied
  • MCU-FDT Medical Foundation Hospital—61.5 percent occupied
  • Medical Center Muntinlupa, Inc.—66.7 percent occupied
  • Medical Center of Taguig City, Inc.—63 percent occupied
  • Ospital ng Makati—69.7 percent occupied
  • Ospital ng Tondo—65 percent occupied
  • Pacific Global Medical Center, Inc.—67.6 percent occupied
  • Pasig City General Hospital—66.7 percent occupied
  • Philippine Children’s Medical Center—65 percent occupied
  • Quirino Memorial Medical Center—68.3 percent occupied
  • San Lazaro Ruiz General Hospital—62.8 percent occupied
  • Sta. Ana Hospital—60.7 percent occupied
  • Sta. Teresita General Hospital—60 percent occupied
  • U.E.R.M. Memorial Hospital—61.1 percent

Meanwhile, the following hospitals are classified under the “safe” level as their bed occupancy for COVID-19 patients is still below 60 percent.

  • Acebedo General Hospital—beds not yet occupied
  • Air Force General Hospital—34.3 percent occupied
  • Alabang Medical Center—beds not yet occupied
  • Alabang Medical Clinic—22.2 percent occupied
  • Alabang Medical Clinic Las Pinas Branch—beds not yet occupied
  • Alabang Medical Clinic Muntinlupa Branch—25 percent occupied
  • Alfonso Specialist Hospital—beds not yet occupied
  • Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center—50.9 percent occupied
  • Army General Hospital—45.9 percent occupied
  • Asian Hospital Inc.—29. 8 percent occupied
  • Bermudez Polymedic Hospital—beds not yet occupied
  • Caloocan City Medical Center—53.3 percent occupied
  • Christ the King Medical Center and Unihealth Las Pinas, Inc.—33.3 percent occupied
  • Cruz-Rabe Maternity and General Hospital—beds not yet occupied
  • Cure and Care Maternity Hospital OPC—25 percent occupied
  • Delos Santos Medical Center—22.6 percent occupied
  • De Ocampo Memorial Medical Center—8.3 percent occupied
  • Divine Heart Medical Service and Devt. Cooperative Hospital–beds not yet occupied
  • Dr. Fe Del Mundo Medical Center—45.2 percent occupied
  • Dr. Jesus C. Delgado Memorial Hospital—43.8 percent occupied
  • Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Medical Center–15.8 percent occupied
  • Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital—39.8 percent occupied
  • Dr. Sabili Health Services Corporation—beds not yet occupied
  • Fairview General Hospital, Inc.—30.8 percent occupied
  • Fatima University Medical Center, Corp.—28.6 percent occupied
  • FEU-Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation, Inc.—50 percent occupied
  • Foundation of Our Lady of Peace Mission, Inc.-Our Lady of Peace Hospital–beds not yet occupied
  • Garcia General Hospital–beds not yet occupied
  • Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center—53.3 percent occupied
  • Gen. Miguel Malvar Medical Research Foundation, Inc.—beds not yet occupied
  • Holylife Hospital—20 percent occupied
  • Hospital of the Infant Jesus Medical Center—11.9 percent occupied
  • J.P. Sioson General Hospital and Colleges, Inc.—50 percent occupied
  • Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center—48.1 percent occupied
  • Justice Jose Abad Santos General Hospital—54.4 percent occupied
  • Las Pinas City Medical Center—56 percent occupied
  • Manila Naval Hospital—beds not yet occupied
  • Marikina St. Vincent General Hospital Inc.—16.7 percent occupied
  • Martinez Memorial Hospital, Inc.—beds not yet occupied
  • Mary Chiles General Hospital, Inc.—29.1 percent occupied
  • Mary Johnston Hospital Inc.—44.4 percent occupied
  • MCPC St. Therese of Lisieux Doctors Hospital—beds not yet occupied
  • Medical Center Paranaque, Inc.—52.6 percent occupied
  • Mission Hospital—50 percent occupied
  • National Center for Mental Health—24.4 percent occupied
  • Navotas City Hospital—53.3 percent occupied
  • Nodado General Hospital—16.7 percent occupied
  • North Caloocan Doctors Hospital, Inc.—beds not yet occupied
  • Novaliches General Hospital, Inc.—27.8 percent occupied
  • Olivarez General Hospital—40 percent occupied
  • Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center—26.7 percent occupied
  • Ospital ng Paranaque—32 percent occupied
  • Our Lady of Grace Hospital, Inc.—beds not yet occupied
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Inc.–58.2 percent percent occupied
  • Pasay City General Hospital—53.8 percent occupied
  • Perpetual Succor Hospital & Maternity, Inc.—10.5 percent occupied
  • Philippine Heart Center—34.7 percent occupied
  • Pope John Paul II Hospital and Medical Center Inc.—34.8 percent occupied
  • Protacio Hospital—33.3 percent occupied
  • Providence Hospital, Inc. —33.3 percent occupied
  • Queensberry Hospital–beds not yet occupied
  • Quezon Institute—beds not yet occupied
  • Rizal Medical Center—47.4 percent occupied
  • Sabater General Hospital, Inc.—beds not yet occupied
  • Salve Regina General Hospital, Inc—beds not yet occupied
  • San Juan Medical Center—47.4 percent occupied
  • San Lazaro Hospital—40 percent occupied
  • San Lorenzo Hospital Health Management Co., Inc.—beds not yet occupied
  • South Superhighway Medical Center–beds not yet occupied
  • St. Anthony Medical Center of Marikina, Inc.—beds not yet occupied
  • St. Camillus Medical Center—beds not yet occupied
  • St. Christiana Hospital, Inc—beds not yet occupied
  • St. Clare’s Medical Center, Inc.—40 percent occupied
  • St. Jude General Hospital and Medical Center—beds not yet occupied
  • St. Martin De Porres Charity Hospital—beds not yet occupied
  • St. Victoria Hospital—14.3 percent occupied
  • Tondo Medical Center—50.7 percent occupied
  • Tricity Medical Center Inc.—37.5 percent occupied
  • Trinity Woman and Child Center “The Birthplace”—40 percent occupied
  • UHBI-Paranaque Doctors Hospital, Inc.—31 percent occupied
  • United Doctors Medical Center—44.4 percent occupied
  • University of Santo Tomas Hospital—32.2 percent occupied
  • Urology Center of the Philippines, Inc.—beds not yet occupied
  • Valenzuela Citicare Medical Center Timog Hilaga Providence Group Inc.—50 percent occupied
  • Valenzuela Medical Center—50 percent occupied
  • Veterans Memorial Medical Center—43.9 percent occupied
  • Villarosa Hospital, Inc.—-beds not yet occupied
  • VT Maternity Hospital—beds not yet occupied
  • World of Hope General Hospital Foundation, Inc.—beds not yet occupied

In a televised public briefing on August 7, DOH Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said that the public should expect to see more COVID-19 cases to be reported due to the presence of the highly transmissible Delta coronavirus variant.

The country recorded 11,021 new COVID-19 cases on August 7, raising the country’s cumulative tally of confirmed infections to 1,649,341. Of the total, 76,063 cases or 4.6 percent are still active.