Health Care in Iloilo, Philippines

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Component of health care surveyedSatisfaction %
Skill and competency of medical staff
58.33 Moderate
Speed in completing examination and reports
44.23 Moderate
Equipment for modern diagnosis and treatment
43.75 Moderate
Accuracy and completeness in filling out reports
50.00 Moderate
Friendliness and courtesy of the staff
63.46 High
Satisfaction with responsiveness (waitings) in medical institutions
35.42 Low
Satisfaction with cost to you
46.15 Moderate
Convenience of location for you
61.54 High

Contributors: 13

Last update: October 2018

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If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.

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1 Comments so far

#Bob on Sep 24, 2015 :
I'm sorry to hear of your troubles.
I was in 2 hospitals in the Philippines a few months before your post (May 2011, date on your post is Sept 20 2011).
In Manila (Gen Santos hospital or something like this...), I was there for the day, X-rays, blood work, doctors etc. Religion was never once mentioned to me. When I was discharges they told me to go to the main floor and pay at the booth. I could have walked out the door and no one would have noticed, I had to ask around where to pay. I found this hospital very clean and everyone working there very professional. The price was exceptionally reasonable.
My second hospital visit was on in a smaller city. Again, blood work, x-rays, doctors etc for the day. I guess they re-did everything done in Manila but without communications between hospitals I understand this and am glad that they covered everything. Religion was never mentioned to me at this hospital either. Again, I was very pleased with this hospital. I had to wait a little longer for results, and it was not as up to date as the one in Manila as far as appearances go, but it was a smaller city on one of the islands and this would be expected. The staff were excellent and the treatment I got was on par or above what I get in North America.

From my experiences I can only assume you had 1 bad experience for whatever reason, but I would not hesitate to give high praise to the Philippine hospitals and their staffs for the treatment I received with my troubles on that particular trip. I have had far worse experiences in N. America than I did there, even though I remember being worried about what might happen when I was told I was being taken to the hospital when there...