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CAINTA MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL

(formerly Bagong Cainta Municipal Hospital)
Municipal Compound, Brgy. Sto. Domingo, Cainta, Rizal
Contact Nos.:  8696-26-04 to 05
PhilHealth Accredited Level-I Hospital


Chief of Hospital: Antonio Jayson L. Sierra, RN, MD, MBAH
Head of ER and CCU:
Dr. Albert Alcantara

Category: General, Level-1 Hospital
License No.: 4A-0100-23-H1-1 (2023)
Bed Capacity: 42 beds

 

The Cainta Municipal Hospital is a government-owned, general, level 1 hospital that provides medical/surgical treatment on an in-patient, out-patient and emergency basis including other health care services such as diagnostic (lab and radiology) and ancillary services (such as pharmacy).

Under DOH AO 2012-0012, signed last July 18, 2012, among others, the Cainta Municipal Hospital also has an operating room in order to be able to provide surgical services.

LEVEL I SERVICE CAPABILITY

A. EMERGENCY ROOM SERVICES

  • The Emergency Room Service provides a 24-hour non-departmentalized service that provides initial clinical care and management to patients requiring immediate treatment, such as:

  • Cardiopulmonary-Cerebral Resuscitation (Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support)

  • Pediatric Emergencies (Acute Asthma & Status Asthmaticus, Acute Pneumonias, Respiratory Distress, Perinatal Asphyxia, Upper Airway Obstruction, Anaphylaxis-Acute allergies, Circulatory Failure & Shock, Congestive Heart Failure, Diarrheal Disease & Dehydration, Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Hematologic Emergencies, Status Epilepticus, etc.)

  • Medical Emergencies (Gastro Intestinal Emergencies, Acute Gout, Acute Thyroid Crisis, Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Hypertensive Crisis, Acute Heart Failure, Angina Pectoris, Acute Myocardial Infarction, Cardiac Arrythmias, Cardiogenic Shock, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Respiratory Failure, Drowning, Hemoptysis, etc.)

  • Neurologic Emergencies (Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis, Tonic-Clonic Seizures, Acute Alcohol Syndromes, Intoxications of the Nervous System, Increased Intracranial Pressure-Cerebrovascular Accidents, etc.)

  • Psychiatric Emergencies (Suicide, Assaultive Behavior or Violence, Acute Psychotic States, Anxiety Related States, Organic Psychiatric Emergencies, etc.)

  • Obstetric-Gynecologic Emergencies (Bleeding secondary to Abortion, Ectopic Pregnancy, Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Hypertension in Pregnancy, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, etc.)

  • Surgical Emergencies (Triage, Acute Abdomen-Appendicitis, Penetrating Injuries, Blunt Abdominal Injuries, Pneumothorax, Thermal Burns, Fractures of Long Bones, Hand Injuries, Head Injuries, Maxillofacial Injuries, Foreign Bodies, Acute Scrotal Pain, Urinary Retention, etc.)

  • Ocular Emergencies (Foreign Material Injury, Inflammatory Conditions, Trauma, etc.)

  • Otorhinolaryngologic Emergencies (Dizziness, Epistaxis, Foreign Bodies, etc.)

  • Environmental Emergencies (Stings, Snake Bites, Human Bites, Dog Bites, etc.)

  • Toxicologic Emergencies (Coordinated with National Poison Control – PGH)

  • Emergency Procedures

    • Endotracheal Intubation

    • Thoracentesis (with ultrasound markings)

    • Thoracostomy

    • Tracheostomy

    • Abdominal Paracentesis (with ultrasound markings)

    • Urethral Catheterization and Supra-pubic Catheterization

    • Vascular Access

 

B. OUT-PATIENT SERVICES

  • LEVEL 1 HOSPITAL OUT-PATIENT SERVICES INCLUDE

    • General Medicine OPD

    • Internal Medicine OPD

    • Pediatric OPD

    • General Surgery OPD

    • OB-Gyne OPD

  • Out-Patient Surgery Room for minor surgical cases

  • Dental Services

 

C. IN-PATIENT SERVICES

  • The hospital provides is licensed by the Department of Health with an Authorized Bed Capacity of forty-two (42) patient beds for admissions from ER and out-patient service. Implementing Bed allotment (based on management decision) is Eighty-Five (85) distributed as follows:

    • Medical – Male Ward (6 beds)

    • Medical – Female Ward (6 beds)

    • Adult Isolation Ward (2 beds)

    • Adult Surgery Ward (3 beds)

    • Pediatric Pneumonia Ward (10 beds)

    • Pediatric AGE ward (8 beds)

    • Pediatric Sepsis Ward (4 beds)

    • Pediatric Orthopedic Ward (2 beds)

    • Pediatric Surgery ward (2 beds)

    • NICU (2 beds)

    • OB NSD Ward (11 beds)

    • Philhealth Ward (15 beds)

    • Covid and Isolation Ward (10 beds)

    • Adult Critical Care Unit (4 beds)

 

D. MAIN OPERATING ROOM / DELIVERY ROOM / RECOVERY ROOM

  • General Surgery Cases:

    • Exploratory Laparotomy

    • Wound Exploration

    • Excision Biopsy

    • Escharotomy

    • Appendectomy

    • Open Cholecystectomy

    • Modified Radical Mastectomy

    • Herniorrhaphy

    • Hemorrhoidectomy

    • Fistulectomy

  • OB / Gynecologic Surgery

    • Delivery Room – Vaginal Deliveries

    • Cesarean Section

    • Hysterotomy

    • Dilatation and Curettage

    • Ectopic / Ovarian Surgery

    • Hysterectomy

  • Orthopedic Surgery

    • ACL Reconstruction

    • Amputation

    • Repair of Syndactyly

    • ORIF

  • Urologic Surgery

    • Herniorrhaphy

    • Hydrocoelectomy

    • Varicocelectomy

  • ENT

    • Head and Neck Surgery

    • Excision Biopsy

    • Parotidectomy

    • Thyroidectomy

    • Sistrunk Procedure

  • Ophthalmologic Surgery

    • Cataract Surgery (ECCE)

    • Strabismus Surgery

ANCILLARY SERVICES

  • PHARMACY

       LTO No. – RDI-RIV-HP-269

  • For Emergency Room – Life-saving drugs and special pharmacologic agents in sufficient stock to permit timely replacements from the nearest pharmacy service.

    • CNS Drugs - stimulants, depressants (sedatives/tranquilizers), anti-convulsants (anti-epileptics)

    • Anesthesia (general and local)

    • Steroids

    • Cardiac Drugs - Coronary vasodilators, Vasopressor Agents, Anti-Hypertensive Drugs (oral & parenteral)

    • Anti-asthma agents – bronchodilators

    • Gastrointestinal Drugs - Anti-ulcers drugs, anti-spasmodic drugs, etc.

    • Plasma expanders

    • Replacement water/electrolyte solution

    • Obstetric and Gynecologic Drugs – Oxytoxins, Ergot Derivatives, etc.

    • Intravenous infusion sets, Syringes, etc.

  • For Inpatient Service – Inpatient medicines for the duration of the patient’s confinement.

Drugs for commonly encountered hospital admission cases shall be provided for by the hospital
 

  • For Outpatient Unit – Basic generic, non-prohibited drugs and first-line antibiotics in oral (tablets/liquid) forms.

 

  • RADIOLOGY  – Chest for heart & Lungs, Extremities, Skull, Vertebral Column, Localization of Foreign Body, Pelvis, Shoulder Girdle, Thoracic Cage and Abdomen

      Category – Level One X-ray facility
     
X-ray License No. – IV-M-3100

 

  • ULTRASONOLOGY – also called ultrasound scanning or sonography, involves exposing part of the body to high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body. Ultrasound exams do not use ionizing radiation (as used in x-rays). Because ultrasound images are captured in real-time, they can show the structure and movement of the body's internal organs, as well as blood flowing through blood vessels.

  • LABORATORY

        Category – Secondary 
        Classification – Institution-Based

ADDITIONAL SERVICE CAPABILITY

Additional Service Capability refers to services that are being offered by Cainta Municipal Hospital (CMH) in addition to those services required by the Department of Health for a level I hospital. Aside from those mentioned above, the hospital also offers:

  • Multi-Specialty and Sub-specialty consultations for in-patients

    • Urologic Surgery

    • Orthopedic Surgery

    • Plastic Surgery

    • Adult Ophthalmology

    • Pediatric Nephrology

    • Pediatric Neurology

    • Pediatric Cardiology           

    • Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)

    • Adult Psychiatry

    • Internal Medicine-Pulmonology

    • Internal Medicine-Cardiology

    • Internal Medicine-Vascular Cardiology

    • Internal Medicine-Oncology

    • Internal Medicine-Nephrology

    • Internal Medicine-Rheumatology

    • Adult Neurology

    • Diabetes Center (Diabetologist-Family Medicine)

    • Dermatology

    • Restorative Dentistry

  • Additional Services Offered

    • CT Scan Unit

    • Rehabilitation Unit (Physical Therapy)

    • Hemodialysis Unit

    • 2D-Echo, 24-hour Holter Monitoring, Threadmill Stress Test (Cardiac Center)

    • OB Sonology (OB Ultrasound)

    • Diabetes Center

    • Laparoscopic Surgery

    • Microsurgery of the Head and Neck

    • Cataract Surgery (via Phaco emulsification)

    • Adult Critical Care Unit
       

    • MRI Services (thru Public Private Partnership with I-scan)

    • Occupational and Speech Therapy Services (thru PPP)

DOCTORS SCHEDULE

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CAINTA MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL
MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING

Dr. Antonio V. Cadano, Officer-In-Charge

A. OUT-PATIENT SERVICES

  • LEVEL 1 HOSPITAL OUT-PATIENT SERVICES INCLUDE

    • General Medicine OPD

    • Internal Medicine OPD

    • Pediatric OPD

    • General Surgery OPD

    • Out-Patient Surgery Room for minor surgical cases

    • General Dental Services

 

B. Multi-Specialty and Sub-specialty consultations for OPD

  • Urologic Surgery

  • Orthopedic Surgery

  • Plastic Surgery

  • Adult Ophthalmology

  • Pediatric Nephrology

  • Pediatric Neurology

  • Pediatric Cardiology           

  • Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)

  • Adult Psychiatry

  • Internal Medicine-Pulmonology

  • Internal Medicine-Cardiology

  • Internal Medicine-Vascular Cardiology

  • Internal Medicine-Nephrology

  • Internal Medicine-Rheumatology

  • Adult Neurology

  • Diabetes Center (Diabetologist-Family Medicine)

  • Dermatology

  • Restorative Dentistry

C. Ancillaries

  • Rehabilitation Unit (Physical Therapy)

  • Hemodialysis Unit

  • 24-hour Holter Monitoring, Threadmill Stress Test (Cardiac Center)

  • Diabetes Center

  • Other Minor Surgeries / Procedures

  • Occupational and Speech Therapy Services (thru Public Private Partnership)

DOCTORS SCHEDULE

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No. 73 A. Bonifacio Ave., Brgy. Sto. Domingo,

Cainta, Rizal, 1900

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