Global City Trunkline: +6327897700
Patients and Guests
Before Processing of Admission
The Admission Department is the patient's first stop when they enter St. Luke's Medical Center. Before admission, patients will be requested to present the following:
Doctor's admission order sheet - which indicates specific requirements for the patient's case. In the absence of the doctor's admission order sheet or a doctor known to them, a walk-in patient may be admitted through the Emergency Room.
Letter of Authorization (LOA) - for Company or HMO/PPO Sponsored Accounts. Patients without LOA will be automatically considered as private-paying patients and an initial deposit will be required. Those who submit the LOA during their confinement may be re-classified from private to Corporate or HMO/PPO sponsored accounts.
Employee Health Clinic (EHC) Physician's order - for confinement for St. Luke’s Employees.
Patient Information Sheet (PIS)
Information requested will be written in the PIS and will be used for data gathering. This can be obtained from the patient either on the day of admission or in advance to avoid inconvenience.
All patients are given an ID band to be worn around the wrist for the duration of their stay at the medical center.
The patient will be asked to sign consent forms for hospital care, exclusive supply of medicines, limitation on outside diagnostic reports, release of information to insurance companies and/or patient's employer, and waiver of responsibility on loss of valuables.
Patients are referred to the Emergency Room (ER) if they do not have an admission order sheet from their attending physician. In such cases, the ER consultant will ask the patient for the name of his/her physician. The ER consultant may only assign an attending physician to the patient's case if he or she does not have a personal physician of choice.
Room Queuing Procedures
The Admission Department accepts room queuing. The assigned room shall be confirmed on the day of admission and shall be held for the patient up to a maximum of two (2) hours prior to the patient’s scheduled time of arrival. However, if the patient fails to arrive within the indicated time of arrival, the room shall be assigned to other patients. The hospital also reserves the right to cancel queuing requests to give way to emergency and critical cases.
The St. Luke's Emergency Department is composed of a group of adult emergency physicians trained in Emergency Medicine and pediatric specialists with a background in Pediatric Emergency. It can handle medical, surgical and toxicologic emergencies in adults and children 24 hours a day. The latest in diagnostic modalities and therapeutics can be made available to patients on a timely basis.
Classification of Emergency Patients:
Primary - patient with non-emergent problems that
do not pose life threats now or in the future. Little
treatment is necessary.
Acute - patient needs immediate medical attention
because of urgent but not life-threatening problems.
Critical - patient needs immediate evaluation and/or
treatment due to the life-threatening nature of his
Isolation Room - a truly negative pressure area where patients with airborne diseases (Tuberculosis, Chicken Pox, etc.) are seen before they are admitted to respective isolation rooms in the hospital.
Justice Buenaventura Guerrero
International Patient Care
You and your family can rely on our friendly and knowledgeable staff to make your stay at St. Luke's a most successful one. International Patient Care is a full-service department dedicated to meeting your needs and requirements.
Medical Referrals and Schedule of Appointments
Depending on your needs, IPC staff arranges an appointment with your preferred medical specialist and scheduling of diagnostic tests/procedures.
We assist you in planning your stay at the hospital, and assist you from the time of admission until discharge.
To ensure a positive experience, we provide logistical support for your travel requirements- from airline ticketing, land transportation, to room reservations- in coordination with the Concierge Department.
From your arrival at the airport, we may provide transfer services to and from St. Luke's via hospital transport service, ambulance or taxi.
We can assist in coordinating with the patient's insurance company for concerns in settlement of payment.
We assist in coordinating with outsourced interpreters as needed.
Business Center Use
We provide computer usage with internet access, photocopy, scanning and printing services for our guests.
We coordinate with your attending physician and assist you in navigating the healthcare system to get the most out of your experience.
In coordination with the Emergency Care Department, ambulance conduction within Metro Manila can be made available for patients who have to be transported to and from St. Luke's. Relatives of patients may coordinate with the department at ext.1078
The International Patient Care Department is open Mondays to Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. IPC is a one stop shop for all you needs.
The HMO Concierge: The First and Only in the Country
HMO members are provided with premium-class medical services and unparalleled standards of customer care at St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City. We strive to provide you comfort and satisfaction every time you access medical services as we take care of important details on your behalf.
At the HMO Concierge, you get the assistance you truly deserve from our HMO Specialists because we value your time and convenience.
Serving the Needs of HMO Members
As our esteemed HMO client, we are committed to assist you with your healthcare needs.
We will refer you to and arrange an appointment with an HMO-accredited doctor or specialist. We can also schedule your laboratory and other diagnostic procedures.
Our HMO Specialists will coordinate with your HMO for the timely release of your Letter of Authorization (LOA).
We can also arrange your Annual Executive Check-Up with the St. Luke’s Health and Wellness Center.
For Philhealth members, we will guide you in completing your documentary requirements for the processing of your benefits.
Providing Medical Planners to Help You
Hospitalization can cause a lot of stress and worries, particularly costs and the process of hospital admission. Because we aim for you to have peace of mind, we have appointed Medical Planners who will provide you with medical and financial planning assistance.
What can you expect from our Medical Planners? They will assess your medical requirements and offer you several options whether this be related to choice of rooms and other medical services. This is to help you conserve your Maximum Benefit Limit. We aim to give you a variety of options that would minimize our utilization expenses thus eliminating unnecessary expenditures. We believe hospitalization need not be beyond your budget. For inquiries, visit us at the HMO Concierge, Monday to Saturday from 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Accredited HMOS at St. Luke’s – Global City
Other Accounts with HMO Products Assisted at the HMO Concierge
Visit the St. Luke’s HMO Concierge at:
Ground Floor, St. Luke’s Medical Center - Global City,
Bonifacio Global City
Monday-Saturday; 8:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Tel: (632) 7897700 ext. 1079/ 1081/1082
Fax: (632) 7897280/ (632) 7897700 ext. 1080
Mobile: (0922) 8097112/ (0922) 8097115/ (0922) 8097117
Vicinity and Accessibility
St. Luke's Medical Center - Global City is easily accessible from the city's main artery, EDSA. The hospital is located at 32nd street near S & R Shopping Center.
Entrance to the lobby is at Rizal Drive. To enter the St. Luke's parking lot, drive through 5th Avenue.
Shopping and dining destinations around the hospital:
St. Luke's Medical Center-Global City
Trunk Line: (632) 7897700
From the Airport
From the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) 3 terminal, take Andrews Avenue, then turn left to Sales Road, and proceed all the way to Lawton Avenue. Continue proceeding towards 5th Avenue inside Bonifacio Global City. Then, turn left to Rizal Drive until you see the entrance to the lobby of St. Luke's Medical Center.
Expertise and vigilance in improving patient safety and quality of care
St. Luke's improved safety program includes stringent medication safety controls, comprehensive infection control systems and all aspects of patient, medication and environmental safety.
The Quality and Patient Safety Division, headed by a Chief Quality Officer, was created to oversee the quality monitors and quality outcomes of St. Luke's. It provides a center for consultation, collaboration, education, research and expertise in quality improvement and patient safety. This Division works closely with outside agencies and organizations on initiatives and issues on patient safety.
Our improved safety program includes proper patient identification guidelines, stringent medication safety controls, comprehensive infection control systems, fall prevention programs and all aspects of patient medication and environmental safety. At St. Luke's, we strive to put safety and quality as a top priority EVERYDAY.
Send an Inquiry
32nd St., Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City, 1634 Philippines
Telephone: (632) 7897700
Fax: (632) 789-7599
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St. Luke's Medical Center
32nd St., Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City, 1634 Philippines
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