Radiotherapy Facilities in the Philippines – as of November 2013

Radiotherapy Facilities in the Philippines

Facilities

  • Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center, Baguio City
  • Benavides Cancer Institute – Manila
  • Cardinal Santos Medical Center, San Juan
  • Cebu Doctors’ Hospital, Cebu City
  • Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center, Manila
  • Dagupan Doctors Radiation Oncology Center, Dagupan Doctors Villaflor Memorial Hospital, Dagupan City
  • Davao Doctors’ Oncology Center, Davao City
  • Dee Hwa Liong Medical Center, Mabalacat, Pampanga
  • Gamma Knife Center, San Juan
  • Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center – Manila
  • Lung Center of the Philippines, Quezon City
  • Makati Medical Center, Makati City
  • Perpetual Succor Hospital, Cebu City
  • Philippine General Hospital, Manila
  • Philippine Oncology Center Corporation formerly Marian Radiation Oncology Center, Fairview, Quezon City
  • Rizal Medical Center, Pasig City
  • San Juan de Dios Hospital, Pasay City
  • St. Frances Cabrini Medical Center, Sto. Tomas, Batangas
  • St. Luke’s Medical Center – Quezon City
  • Tan Kim Ching Cancer Center, Gullas Medical Center, Cebu City
  • The Medical City, Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City
  • U.P.H. – Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical Center, Binan, Laguna
  • University of Perpetual Help Medical Center, Las Pinas City
  • Veterans’ Memorial Medical Center, Quezon City
  • Western Visayas Medical Center, Iloilo City
  • Zamboanga City Medical Center, Zamboanga City

Brachytherapy facility only:

  • Capitol Medical Center – Low Dose Rate System
  • V.L. Makabali Memorial Medical Center, San Fernando City, Pampanga – High Dose Rate System

Source: http://philradonc.com/about-pros/facilities

Accessed: November 16, 2013

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November 17, 2013 – I was told by Dr. Johanna Adevoso Cañal (November 17, 2013) that the facilities in “Baguio, Zamboanga and Iloilo are closed now.”  Thus, I placed a strikethrough on these hospitals on the list.  Welcome, updates from anybody.  ROJoson

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