♦ St. Luke's Medical Center
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St. Luke's Medical Center was founded in 1903 and is recognized as one of the leading hospitals in the Philippines, as well as in the whole of Asia.
The Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited hospital boasts 10 medical institutes, 8 medical departments, and 23 centers of excellence. Furthermore, its breast center is recognized as a ""Breast Imaging Center of Excellence”.
The hospital offers a range of services for patients including free WiFi, a pharmacy, nursery, and laundry services, whilst a range of accommodation options are on offer. These include private, disability access, and family rooms, with every room coming fitted with a telephone and TV.
St Luke’s Medical Center is located in the city of Manila and is 17 km from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. The airport is accessible via public transport or taxi.
Manila is the capital city of the Philippines and is famous for its mix of Spanish colonial architecture and modern skyscrapers. A popular attraction with visitors to the city is the Manila Ocean Park, a world class marine theme park that also houses an educational facility.
Joint Commission International
306 procedures across 30 specialties
>Bariatric Surgery(3 procedures)
Bariatric Surgery Consultation+ More
Aortic Valve Repair+ More
Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) Closure+ More
Atrioventricular Septal Defect (AVSD) Treatment+ More
>Colorectal Medicine(6 procedures)
Anal Fissure Treatment+ More
Anal Fistula Surgery+ More
>Diagnostic Imaging(10 procedures)
Bone Mineral Densitometry (BMD)+ More
Chest X-Ray+ More
>Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)(14 procedures)
Diabetes Consultation+ More
Endocrinology Consultation+ More
Endocrinology Testing+ More
Gastroenterology Consultation+ More
>General Surgery(17 procedures)
Breast Lumpectomy+ More
Breast Biopsy+ More
Breast Exam+ More
>Hair Restoration(5 procedures)
Eyebrow Hair Transplant+ More
Eyelid Hair Transplant+ More
>Maxillofacial Surgery(6 procedures)
Facial Paralysis Treatment+ More
Facial Tumor Removal+ More
Jaw Fracture Treatment+ More
Intersex Consultation+ More
Neonatology Consultation+ More
Alzheimer's Disease Consultation+ More
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Consultation+ More
Brachial Plexus Injury Treatment+ More
Bladder Cancer Treatment+ More
Achilles Tendon Rupture+ More
Ankle Arthroscopy+ More
Ankle Fracture Treatment+ More
>Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation(5 procedures)
Bone and Joint Screening+ More
Lymphatic Drainage Massage+ More
Orthopedic Rehabilitation+ More
>Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine(5 procedures)
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Treatment+ More
Cystic Fibrosis Treatment+ More
Lung Biopsy+ More
>Reproductive Medicine(8 procedures)
Fibromyalgia Treatment+ More
Lupus Erythematosus Treatment+ More
Rheumatoid Arthritis Consultation+ More
>Spinal Surgery(25 procedures)
Artificial Disc Replacement+ More
Cervical Spondylosis Treatment+ More
Erectile Dysfunction Treatment+ More
>Vascular Medicine(14 procedures)
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair+ More
Allergology Consultation+ More
Allergy Testing+ More
>General Medicine(2 procedures)
Kidney Dialysis+ More
Kidney dialysis is a treatment which usually involves using a machine to take over kidney function to filter toxins, waste, and excess fluid from the body. The treatment is required by patients whose kidneys are not functioning properly.
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Nephrology Consultation+ More
Immunology Consultation+ More
More about available treatments at St. Luke's Medical Center
Alongside its 23 centres of excellence, the St. Luke's Medical Center is equipped with the latest technology and medical equipment including 3-tesla magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 3D echocardiography, 4D ultrasound, a 64-slice CT scanner, electron microscopy, and endovenous laser therapy.
Furthermore, the clinic also uses extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy, high dose rate brachytherapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), and radiofrequency ablation (RFA).
There are over 1,700 physicians at the St Luke’s Medical Center, many of whom are experienced and internationally recognized in their respective fields.
Additionally, they are supported by a team of over 2,600 non-medical employees who are trained to deliver tailored treatments, based on patients' individual needs and requirements.
External Reviews from Google
SD J, September 2019
Great doctors, really bad and cheap facilities. For one of the most expensive hospitals, you manage it like a public hospital. Owners are too greedy . Doctors and patients deserve better.
Alex Derrick Teofilo, August 2019
They are accurate and almost state of the art equipnents
Ray Anthony Jabonete, July 2019
Friendly and respectful staff. Very nice valet service.
Marcoshi Crisushi, July 2019
One of my unforgettable experienced is that we were going to Canada. Then we need medical examination for Visa, so we go to St. Lukes. There is a scenario where She gave me something to sign in a paper, and I probably don’t hear where to sign. She insulted me after I ask her for the second time. She told me that what grade are you? You’re in college right? why is that you don’t know where to sign it?.I hope I’ll never see her again. She’s a doctor tho and act with no compassion at all.
Xiao Yan, May 2019
St. Luke's Medical Center is a hospital situated in E. Rodriguez, Quezon City. To get here from Manila, you need to ride a jeep or UV Express going to Cubao and ask the driver to drop you off at St. Luke's. Some of the landmarks in this area are HapChan, 7 Eleven and Ministop.
During my first visit to this hospital, I got lost most of the time. There are no maps or signages that can help you navigate the building. I had to ask hospital staff and security guards just to get to where I wanted to go. The facilities are subpar as compared to other private hospitals I've been to (and that's saying a lot because I've been to many hospitals in Metro Manila). The corridors are also not well-ventilated and there is no air-conditioning. There aren't a lot of places you can eat in inside the hospital besides the cafeteria and one other pricey restaurant.
The hospital is quite congested. There are a lot of people and staff wherever you go. I hope that the administrators can do something about this, since patients are paying good money just to get treatment here.