OPD General Information

OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT

The Out-Patient Department (OPD) is the ambulatory health care delivery unit and a frontline service of the Bicol Medical Center (BMC).

The OPD is housed in a two-storey building at the hospital compound's front-center, behind the Metro Mall. It is also referred to as the Bicol Medical Center Rolando Andaya Sr. OPD building

VISION

The Bicol Medical Center Out-Patient Department is a renowned ambulatory care center of wellness

MISSION

The Bicol Medical Center Out-Patient Department provides excellent holistic multi-disciplinary ambulatory health care service, training, and research.

  • STAFF
    DEPARTMENT CHAIR

    Maria Sara Padua-Labilles, MD, FPSPS, FPCS

    CONSULTANT/MEDICAL SPECIALIST

    Niña I. Gregorio, MD
    Maria Rosalinda C. Espiritu, MD

    NON-TRAINING RESIDENTS

    Ma. Rosario Magdalene R. Escarilla, MD
    Julian Naismith Q. Lavadia, MD
    Rina Ricci S. Ilarde, MD
    Lee Tomas O. Tan, MD
    Virgilyn B. Paniterce, MD
    Mark Linus P. Meneses, MD

    Department Secretary

    Diana Grace C. Caceres, LPT

  • GENERAL SCHEDULE
    Open from Monday to Saturday (except Holidays)

    Monday to Friday
    Oras ng Palista
    AM Clinics: 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
    PM Clinics: 12:00 NN – 3:00 PM

    Wholeday Clinics: 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Oras ng Konsulta
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM

    Saturday (AM only)
    Oras ng Palista
    7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
    Oras ng Konsulta
    8:00 AM – 12:00 NN

  • FEES

    User’s Fee PhP 50.00
    Other Fees per procedure, if applicable

  • CONSULTATION GUIDE
    NEW PATIENT
    STEP 1
    INFORMATION

    Information and Screening of Patients.
    The New Patient has to fill-out the Personal Information Sheet (PIS).

    STEP 2
    (VITAL SIGNS)

    Taking of the patient's vital signs.

    STEP 3
    (TRIAGE)

    Assessment of Patient's Condition at the Triage Area.

    STEP 4
    (HIMS-OPD)

    Registering at BMC OPD's Hospital Information Management System (HIMS)

    STEP 5
    (CASHIER)

    Payment of User's Fee at the Cashier.

    STEP 6
    (CLINIC)

    Clinic Consultation.

    OLD PATIENT
    STEP 1
    INFORMATION

    Information and Screening of Patients.
    The Old Patient should bring his/her BMC Green Card.
    If not, he/she has to fill-out the Personal Information Sheet (PIS) again.

    STEP 2
    (VITAL SIGNS)

    Taking of the patient's vital signs.

    STEP 3
    (TRIAGE)

    Assessment of Patient's Condition at the Triage Area.

    STEP 4
    (CASHIER)

    Payment of User's Fee at the Cashier.

    STEP 5
    (CLINIC)

    Clinic Consultation

    NOTE:

    For 4Ps member:

    Bring and present your 4Ps ID, your updated PhilHealth Member Data Record for proof that you are a 4Ps member, so you will not be given a charge slip for the User’s fee.

    For Senior Citizens and Person’s with Disability (PWD):

    Bring and present your Senior Citizen or PWD ID or any document as proof to avail of the 20% discount in the User’s Fee.

    For Old Patients:

    Bring your Hospital ID (Green Card) every time you come to BMC.

  • ROOM ASSIGNMENT
    OPD Building
    (FIRST FLOOR)
    Room #Clinic/Office
    1Medicine Clinic
    2Programmatic Management of Drug-Resistant TB (PMDT)
    3National TB Program (NTB)/TB Directly Observed Treatment Strategy (DOTS)
    4Sub-Specialty Clinic
    Smoking Cessation Clinic
    5Pediatrics Clinic
    6Breastfeeding Room
    7OPD Head Office /
    Nurse Supervisor's Office
    8HIMS OUT-PATIENT
    9OB-Gyne
    10Cashier
    11Orthopedic
    12Occupational Health Services
    (Industrial Clinic, Employee's Clinic)
    Integrative Medicine Clinic
    Acupuncture Clinic
    13Billing/Philhealth
    OPD Building
    (SECOND FLOOR)
    Room #Clinic/Office
    20Ambulatory Surgical Clinic (ASC)
    21Animal Bite Treatment Center (ABTC)
    22Bacteriology
    23HIMS IN-PATIENT / RECORDS SECTION
    -Birth Certificate
    -Death Certificate
    -Medical Certificate
    24Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT)
    25Ophthalmology
    26Urology
    27Surgery/Treatment Room
    28Dental
    8-STOREY BUILDING
    (UPPER GROUND)
    Location
    Laboratory
    NEW EMERGENCY ROOM
    LocationName
    1FPharmacy
    1FMedical Social Work
    2FTeen Wellness Center (AYRH)
    2FFamily Planning
    2FSurveillance/Public Health Unit
    2FDermatology Clinic/Phototherapy
  • FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    Kailangan po ba magpalista sa BMC-OPD?

    Opo, kailangan po na magpalista sa tuwing magpapa-konsulta sa BMC-OPD. Ito po kasi ang paraan para magawan (para sa mga new patients) o makuha ang Patient’s Chart (para sa old patients). Kailangan din po na kasama ang pasyente bago mag palista para masuri ng Triage Officer kung saan na clinic siya ipapakonsulta.

    Ano po ba ang Triage?

    Sa Triage, inisyal na sinusuri ang kalagayan ng isang pasyente. Batay sa kondisyon o nararamdaman ng pasyente, sinasabi po ng triage officers kung saan dapat na klinika siya dapat na magpa-konsulta. Ang mga triage officers ang magbibigay ng gabay sa pasyente o kanyang kasama para mas maging madali ang kanilang konsultasyon o transaksyon sa BMC-OPD.

    Pwede na po ba mag-appointment o magpalista ng mas maaga bago ang araw ng pagpa-konsulta?

    Wala pa pong appointment system ang BMC OPD. Kailangan din po na magpalista sa araw mismo kung kailan magpapa-konsulta ang pasyente.

CONTACT US

DIANA GRACE CACERES
Department Secretary
Bicol Medical Center, Out-Patient Department Bldg.
(054) 472-6125 local 2197
bmcopdhead@gmail.com

 

 

Last update: December 15, 2020