Before, Megacitizens had to print out emergency numbers or save them on their phones. Now there are only a few numbers for you to remember. For accidents and other medical emergencies, you can dial 911. For citizen complaints, call 8888. To call the police, take a look at our list.
St. Luke’s Medical Center is a premiere tertiary hospital that provides expert medical care. It was established in 1903 in Quezon City. The hospital is deemed one of the best in the Philippines and recognized as a leader in healthcare services in Asia.
The National Mental Hospital can be a perfect running place in the morning or late afternoon thanks to its surviving greenery, one of the few in Mandaluyong City. Just make sure to wear a proper running gear if you want to hit the pavements there.
Deemed the home of the best pediatrics department in the country, Philippine General Hospital (PGH) boasts training, service, and research facilities to uphold its mission and the mission of the University of the Philippines’ College of Medicine.
Health Care in the Megacity is generally very good. Nurses and Doctors are well educated and a substantial amount of those educated in the country work abroad, in clinics in Europe, the United States and the Middle East. In comparison to other Southeast Asian countries, there is no need to leave the country for serious illnesses. If there is a need for a second opinion, there is still the opportunity to board a three-hour flight to Singapore.
The Asian Hospital is a leading tertiary healthcare facility in the South of the Megacity. It offers a 'hotel-like ambience' and has been around sine 2002. With 241 beds and 800 doctors, the Asian Hospital is the go-to place for medical treatment if you are staying in the Alabang Hotspot.
Makati Medical Center (Makati Med) is a leading tertiary healthcare facility in the country that prides itself on its sophisticated facilities. The very principle of the hospital’s legacy is to provide quality healthcare for everyone – regardless of creed, economic status, or race. This said principle is what drove its founder Dr. Constantino P. Manahan along with other prominent Philippine doctors to build the hospital in the 1960s. Emergency Number (MakatiMed On Call) Tel: (632) 8888 999
Bacterial diarrhea, typhoid fever, hepatitis A, dengue fever, and leptospirosis are at the top of the list of infectious tropical diseases in the Philippines. For a safe trip it is important to know the risk, the symptoms, and how to get vaccines in the Philippines.
Though there are several private and public hospitals in the Megacity, there are three advised locations to go to in case of emergency or regular check-up. Your go-to locations for emergency cases or general health treatment are Makati Medical Center in the Legazpi HotSpot, Saint Luke's in the Fort Bonifacio HotSpot, and the Asian Hospital in the Alabang Hotspot. All three hospitals are well-equipped and have properly educated staff.
Though there are several private and public hospitals in the Megacity, there are three advised locations to go to in case of emergency or even regular check-up.