Provision of Medicines, Hospital Equipment, and Medical and Surgical Supplies. This was the first project of the Foundation at the hospital. Funds and supplies came from various philanthropic donors who donated cash or provided assorted medicines and hospital supplies, several units of personal computers, a laptop and LCD projector, and the repair of the Automatic Processor of the Radiology Department. The total value of donations for 2003 was Php 1,104,389.25.
1. Provision of Medicines, Hospital Equipment, and Medical and Surgical Supplies. This is an on-going project of the Foundation. This year the Foundation donated more medicines and medical supplies that included linens and mattresses, office equipments, some printing requirements, and the renovation of the elevator. The total value of donations for 2004 was Php 2,075,816.06.
2. Charity Patients Emergency Fund. The Foundation launched its program to provide direct assistance to patients by setting up donor-restricted funds for their medicines, medical/surgical needs and special laboratory tests. The total value of donations for 2004 was Php 518,286.61
1. Provision of Medicines, Hospital Equipment, and Medical and Surgical Supplies. Total donations for this year were valued at Php 2,432,479.97.
2. Charity Patients Medical Fund – The total value of donations for 2005 was Php 383,210.00
3. Renovation of the PGH Main Pharmacy & Computerization of the Point of Sales. The Main Pharmacy was the first infrastructure project that the Foundation took on. Funds were raised from direct solicitation and fund-raising activities, like the “President’s Cup” golf tournament and the “A Night of Fashion and Music”. The computerization of the Point of Sales was sourced by the Foundation from UNILAB. The total project cost was Php 4,000,000.00.
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4. Renovation of Director’s Media Room. The project was financed by the Foundation from donations of Astra-Zeneca Pharmaceuticals totaling Php 749,300.00.
1. Provision of Medicines, Hospital Equipment, and Medical and Surgical Supplies. Included in this year’s donations aside from various medical and surgical supplies, medical instruments and equipments, and assorted medicines are two full compliments of linens to the operating rooms. Masterfoods provided various goodies for pediatric patients through the Foundation. The Foundation also paid for the cost of the PGH Bulletin. Donations totaled Php 1,218,731.28.
2. Charity Patients Medical Fund – The total value of donations for 2006 was Php 501,146.42
3. Renovation of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Admitting Section (OBAS). The foundation renovated and improved the operating, delivery and labor rooms plus the admitting complex of the Obstetrics and Gynecologic Department of the hospital. The work included repair of floors, walls and ceilings, retiling, plumbing works, repair of doors and windows and installation of new air conditioning units. The cost of the renovation was Php 3,000,000.00
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1. Provision of Medicines, Hospital Equipment, and Medical and Surgical Supplies. Total donations were valued at Php 3,277,273.24 that included four units of split-type air-conditioners, operating room linens, the PGH Bulletin, and funding for the Tele-O.R. Project of the Department of Surgery. Dr. John Chan made a donation for the Mural in the PGH lobby.
2. Charity Patients Medical Fund – The total value of donations for 2007 was Php 1,315,548.50
3. WARD 15 (CHARITY OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY). This is an infrastructure project of the Foundation financed by The Coca Cola Foundation Grant amounting to Php 3,981,402 (USD88,475.60).
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4. Breast Feeding and Maternal Education Center at Ward 15. A new structure was built adjacent to Ward 15 and located at the garden area between Ward 15 and Ward 14A. The first floor serves as a lounge for nursing mothers and the second floor is for maternal education. Mrs. Anita Magsaysay-Ho made the donation totaling Php 1,000,000.00.
5. Electronic Billboard. The PGH Medical Foundation, Inc. donated the electronic billboard as a Centennial Marker for the PGH Centennial celebrations. The total project cost was Php3,800,000.00
6. Interior Design of Dietary. This was funded through Dietary Fund-Raising effort which was co-sponsored by PGHMFI, with additional donation from various individuals. The total project cost was Php300,000.00
7. UPMASA – PGH Science Hall. The Foundation administered the renovation of the UPMASA – PGH Science Hall, which is a project of the University of the Philippines Medical Alumni Society of America (UPMASA). This was UPMASA’s Focus Project for 2006-2008 under the term of Dr. Bienvenido Jongco. The total project cost was Php 12,000,000.00
1. Provision of Medicines, Hospital Equipment, and Medical and Surgical Supplies. The Foundation donated a total of 11 units of air-conditioners, 10 surgical soap dispensers, seven industrial fans, operating room linens, assorted medicines, medical supplies and equipment, the PGH Bulletin and refurbished 10 pediatric beds. These were valued at Php 5,377,486.40.
2. Charity Patients Medical Fund – The total value of donations for 2008 was Php 1,306,132
3. MAIN TELEPHONE CABLING of RIGHT CENTRAL BLOCK from PABX to 7th FLOOR
This is the main telephone cabling system for the whole right central block of the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) from the ground floor PABX to the 7TH floor servicing all charity wards, pay wards and administrative offices. The project started on May 26, 2008 and turned over to the hospital on July 30, 2008. The total project cost was Php 1,085,599.80 (USD 24,124.44). Funded by grant from Coca Cola Foundation.
4.RENOVATION OF LCB 5, 5TH FLOOR, CENTRAL BLOCK BUILDING
This block consists of 64 beds in 35 patient rooms and was completely renovated with replacement of ceiling and flooring, repair of windows, repainting of walls, installation of new window blinds, stainless metal plate door numbers, four (4) units of 2HP split-type air-conditioning units and interior furnishings, such as medical gas outlets, cabinets, tables and chairs. It also included one (1) Doctors Call Room, two (2) Nurses’ Station, two (2) Pantries, a Chairman’s Office and Conference Room, and a total of 39 Comfort Rooms. Two (2) of the comfort rooms also double as a change room for nurses. The total project cost was Php 10,919,072.63 (USD 242,646.06) funded by grant from Coca Cola Foundation.
5.CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING CHILLER for the CENTRAL BLOCK
The centralized air-conditioning system of the hospital was installed in 1985 by the Department of Public Works and Highways. The PGH has five (5) 300 tons of refrigeration using R-11 in its centrifugal compressors and corresponding five (5) cooling towers. Due to its long use four (4) of the chillers broke down resulting to the disruption of operating rooms schedules and the breakdown of expensive specialized medical equipments, including x-ray machines.
The chiller project is the “heart” of the central air-conditioning system that services the whole central block, left central block (LCB) and right central block (RCB) from ground floor to 7TH floor. Affected areas are as follow:
Operating Rooms Complex
Central Intensive Care Unit (CENICU) and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
Medical Research Laboratory (MRL)
Organ Transplant Unit
Central EKG and ECG
Some Administrative Offices
The project was started on July 4, 2008 and completed on January 22, 2009. The total project cost for the 300TR and cooling tower including the water treatment is Php10,878,600.15 (USD 241,746.67). This was funded by the Coca Cola Foundation Grant.
1. Provision of Medicines, Hospital Equipment, and Medical and Surgical Supplies. Total donations were valued at Php 4,050,334.69.
2. Charity Patients Medical Fund – The total value of donations for 2009 was Php 1,078,137.66 Read More>>
3. RENOVATION OF RCB-5, 5TH FLOOR, CENTRAL BLOCK BUILDING This is the second pay ward renovation project using the Coca Cola Foundation Grant. The project is now in-progress. The complete renovation consists of replacement of ceiling and flooring, repair of windows, repainting of walls, and installation of new window blinds, stainless metal plate door numbers, air-conditioning units and interior furnishings, such as medical gas outlets, cabinets, tables and chairs. Four (4) single-private rooms will be added to the 32 rooms in use for a total of 36 patient rooms, with a total of 74 beds. It also includes two (2) Nurses’ Station and two (2) Nurses’ Sub-station, with a Computer Room and Medication Room within the Nurses’ Station, two (2) Staff Lounge, and (2) Linen Rooms. There will be an addition of seven (7) pipe-in oxygen and suction outlets. This project was completed last October 2009. This project is funded by the grant from the Coca Cola Foundation.