All patients are required to register upon admission to the hospital.
You will be escorted to the Admissions Section for your room, before being escorted to the International Health Services Office on the Lower Ground Floor for confirmation of your appointment date and time.
Your consultation with your physician is very important. It is the moment when you can discuss your medical issues face-to-face with your doctor. If you are traveling from overseas, this will be the first time you meet with your doctor so it is critical that he/she understands:
Most people have a good idea already of what the procedure will involve, or what outcome they would want (“I want bigger breasts” or “a flatter stomach”). It is the physician’s responsibility to listen and explain what can be done or what procedures or techniques will be involved in order to achieve your objectives, including the risks and costs involved.
You will have a lot of questions to ask, so preparation is the key to make the most out of your consultation. We suggest that you:
NOTE: Have a look at our frequently asked questions section.
You may also want to clarify some of these points with your surgeon.
Prior to admission and surgery, your physician will require you to undergo laboratory investigations and/or diagnostic examinations to ensure that you are fit for surgery.
These tests are standard hospital procedures and they do incur a cost. Certain packages include certain pre-surgical tests and diagnostics as part of the total package price, while others do not. Please consult your physician or our web site.
An Admissions Staff will help you complete requisite consent forms, coordinate your room assignment and answer any questions you might have before being escorted to your room.
A deposit of 100% of the estimated procedure cost (if you do not have residence in the Philippines) is required at the time of admission.
Please refer to the Admission Section of our website.