Philippine Heart Center - overview
The Philippine Heart Centre was established on the Valentines of 1975. This date was particularly chosen to symbolize the chief role of the hospital as a centre of excellence for cardiac care and treatment and management of heart disorders and other related ailments.
The Philippine Heart Centre stood as the chief authority of cardiac care for the Filipino people. Furthermore, this medical institution is regarded as one of the busiest Congenital Heart Surgery Centres in the Asia-Pacific region. Many foreign nationals travel to the Philippines to receive service from this hospital. It was awarded the 2007 Employer of the Year by the People Management Association of the Philippines.
The hospital is specifically situated in Diliman, Quezon City. It spreads across a total land area of 2.7 hectares. It has 2 buildings in total which includes a 5-storey hospital building and a 9-storey Medical Arts building which houses doctors’ clinics. It is a tertiary hospital with a 283 bed capacity.
It offers different packages for local and international patients. Some of these are Surgical, Cardiac Catheterization, Cardio-Pulmonary Examination, Cardiovascular Check-up, and Executive Check-up. The hospital conducts cardiac surgeries on a regular basis including Angioplasty, Pacemaker, intra-aortic balloon, peripheral vascular bypass, and many more.