The Philippine Transparency Seal.

A pearl buried inside a tightly-shut shell is practically worthless. Government information is a pearl, meant to be shared with the public in order to maximize its inherent value.

The Transparency Seal, depicted by a pearl shining out of an open shell, is a symbol of a policy shift towards openness in access to government information. On the one hand, it hopes to inspire Filipinos in the civil service to be more open to citizen engagement; on the other, to invite the Filipino citizenry to exercise their right to participate in governance.

This initiative is envisioned as a step in the right direction towards solidifying the position of the Philippines as the Pearl of the Orient – a shining example for democratic virtue in the region.

I. BMC mandates and functions and names of officials

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8053 - AN ACT CONVERTING THE BICOL REGIONAL TRAINING AND TEACHING HOSPITAL INTO BICOL MEDICAL CENTER. DEFINING ITS FUNCTIONS, RESPONSIBILITIES, POWERS AND AUTHORITY, AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR.

Sec 1.    The Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital in Naga City is hereby converted and its name changed to Bicol Medical Center, hereinafter referred to as the Center.

Sec. 2.    All patients requiring hospitalization and/or special medical services coming from the different provinces and cities of the Bicol Region, who cannot be given such adequate services in their local hospitals shall be referred by the latter to, and attended by the Center. It shall continue its teaching/training and research programs and admit interns as its facilities may permit.

Sec. 3.    The Bicol Medical Center is hereby authorized to operate on a 300-bed capacity excluded of the 200-bed capacity of Don Susano V. Rodriguez Memorial Mental Hospital at Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur, which is under its jurisdiction, supervision and control. Any increase in the bed capacity shall be made or demanded by the exigencies of the services upon prior approval thereof by the Secretary of Health.

Sec. 4.    Patients who can afford to pay the cost of hospitalization and/or medical treatment extended to them shall be required to do so, Indigents who are not members of any health insurance program shall not be required to pay the cost of hospitalization and/or medical services rendered: provided, that the Center shall ensure that they are subsequently enrolled in the national health insurance program. The patient's capacity to pay or their indigency shall be determined by the Center.

Sec. 5.    The regional director upon prior authority of the Secretary of Health may negotiate and/or accept donations or grants from any person, natural or juridical domestic or foreign, for the use of Center for the improvement of, or addition to its facilities geared at modernization.

Sec. 6.    All assets, fixed and movable personnel and records of the Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital in Naga City as well as liabilities or obligations are hereby transferred to the Center: provided, however, that the position, rights and security of tenure of personnel therein employed prior to absorption by the Center are not impaired.

Sec. 7.    In addition to the amount already appropriated to the Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital (BRTTH), there is hereby authorized to be appropriated the amount necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act which shall be included in the General Appropriations Act of the year following its enactment into law and thereafter.

Sec. 8.    This Act shall take effect upon its approval.

(Note:  Lapsed into law on June 15, 1995, without the signature of the President, on accordance with Article VI, Section (1) of the Constitution.)

Our VISION

      "To be the premier medical center in Bicol."

Our MISSION

      "Provide high quality tertiary health care services and world class training and research."

CORE VALUES

  • Love of God            
  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Leadership
  • Teamwork
  • Commitment
  • Innovation
  • Self-development
  • Compassion

Our PHILOSOPHY

      "Compassionate and Excellent Service with Integrity"

OBJECTIVE

      In fulfillment of this Vision and Mission and guided by our philosophy, we fully commit our principles:

         "Our PATIENTS are our reason for being,
          Our EMPLOYEES are our most valued asset,
          Our SUPPLIERS are our business partners,
          Our ADVERSARY is our catalysts towards continuing service excellence,
          Our COMMUNITY is our HEALTH CARE environment and society we serve."

                                                         

MARIA ESTRELLA B. LITAM, MD, MBA-H

(General Pediatrics – Infectious Diseases)

Fellow, Philippine Pediatric Society (PPS)

Fellow, Philippine Infectious Disease Society of the Philippines (PIDSP)

Professor, Bicol University – College of Medicine

Telefax:    (054) 472-5041
Trunkline:  (054) 472-3434 loc. 100
DOH Trunkline  1901
Staff:         (054) 472-3434 loc. 102
e-mail:    bmc.nagacity@gmail.com

MARY GUAZON-UY, MD, FPDS, FAAD, MPH

Chief of Medical Professional Staff II

MEDICAL SERVICE

Trunkline: (054) 472-3434 loc. 201, 202

e-mail:

 mguazonuy@yahoo.com

AMELIA V. ENRIQUEZ, MAN

Chief Nurse

NURSING SERVICE

Trunkline: (054) 472-3434 loc. 301

SIEGFREDO L. LOPEZ, MBA-H

Supervising Administrative Officer
OIC-Chief Administrative Officer

HOSPITAL OPERATIONS AND PATIENT SUPPORT SERVICES

Telefax:  (054) 472-0557

DOH Trunkline  1904

Trunkline: (054) 472-3434 loc. 101, 103

EVELYN V. SAYSON

Supervising Administrative Officer
Officer-in-Charge

FINANCE SERVICES

Telefax:  (054) 811-2227
 

Trunkline: (054) 472-3434 loc. 402

 

II. Annual Financial Reports

III. DBM Approved Budget and Targets

IV. Projects, Programs and Activities, Beneficiaries and Status of Implementation

V. Annual Procurement Plan 2016

VI. QMS Certification (ISO 9001:2015 aligned QMS Documents)

VII. System of Ranking Delivery Units

System of Ranking Delivery Units