Admission and Room Transfers


A tag will be placed on the patient's wrist upon admission. The tag should not be removed while admitted as hospitall staff will use this as reference when administering tests and medications. An admission kit will be provided. It consists of a drinking glass, utensils, soap, face towel, toilet paper, toothbrush, toothpaste and thermometer. All you will have to bring are a few personal items.

The hospital supplies all your hospital clothes and linen. Room Transfer Request for room transfer may be done anytime of the day through the Admitting Section. Room transfer will strictly be carried out between 8:00 am and 7:00 pm. No transfer will be entertained after these hours.



- 5:30 pm HOLY MASS

- 5:30 pm HOLY MASS

- 12:00 nn & 5:30 pm Novena to our Mother of Perpetual Help

THURSDAY - 5:30 pm

- 4:30 pm - Holy Hour Devotion & Novena to The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
- 5:30 pm HOLY MASS
6:00 pm Healing through the intercession of St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina

- 12:00 nn Recitation of the Holy Rosary
- 12:15 nn HOLY MASS
- 5:30 pm Anticipated HOLY MASS

SUNDAY - 5:30 pm

Confession every Friday - by appointment
Guidance & counseling - by appointment
Emergency baptism of infants - anytime, any day (If the chaplain is not available, any of the nurses on duty is authorized to administer baptism.

During Your Stay

.We want to make your stay as comfortable as possible. For patient care concerns please call our nurse on duty or you may call our Customer Relations Team for any assistance.

For the convenience of our patients, only one watcher for ward and semi-private room patients is allowed. Also, children below 7 years old are not allowed to visit a patient for infection prevention control purposes.

To give our patients time to recuperate, visiting time are as follows:

• Ward / Semi-Private Rooms: 9:00am to 11:30 am; 4:00pm to 8:30pm
• Suite / Private Rooms: 9:00am to 9:00pm
• ICU: 10:00am to 11:00am; 7:00pm to 8:00pm (Only family members of the immediate family may visit and visits are limited at the discretion of nurse supervisor)
• NICU: 9:00am to 10:00am; 4:00pm to 5:00pm; 8:00pm to 9:00pm

Food Services

Food Service Outlets
The University of Perpetual Help DALTA Medical Center provides a wide range of food service outlets for your convenience. The hospital canteen is ready to serve you hot meals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Also available are Tony's Sandwich & Pasta Bar, Daisee Breads & Pastries Cafe and STEPS Grills, Steaks, Salad & Pasta Resto.

Going Home

The discharge order is made by your physician. The nurse will send the discharge notice slip down to the Billing Section.
The slip will be returned to you with a notation of the time the bills may be taken from the Billing Section. Please wait in your room while your bills are being processed.

After you have settled your accounts, the Cashier will give you clearance slips. Please present these slips to the nurse in charge for her signature. Two copies should be retained by you for presentation to the Admitting Section and lobby guard upon leaving the hospital.

Cut-off time is 12 noon.

Billing for room usage shall be reckoned with check-in time and time of the discharge notice, with the following rules:
• One half day for admission after 12:00 noon
• One half day for discharge before 12:00 noon

In-Patient Rooms

The University of Perpetual Help DALTA Medical Center complements delivery of quality patient care by offering patients consistently maintained and regularly sanitized in-patient rooms. All in-patient rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with a nurse call button.

• Refrigerator
• T.V.
• Telephone
• Built in oxygen pipe line
• Comfort Room
• 3-way Zero Waste Bins
• Hot and Cold Shower
• Electric Airpot Water Boiler
• Dining table for 4
• Sofa Lounge
• Corner table
• Sofa Chair
• Patient Watcher's Bed
• Bed Side table
• Accent table
• Visitor’s chair
• Over bed table
• Foot stool
• Closet cabinet

• Refrigerator Common hallway
• T.V. Individual cubicle
• Telephone Individual CR/shower
• Built in oxygen pipe line Common 3 way Zero Waste bins
• Comfort Room Patient’s watchers bed/couch type
• 3 way Zero Waste bins Bed side table
• Hot and Cold Shower Over bed table
• Electric Airpot Water Boiler Foot stool
• Dining table for 2 Hanging closet cabinet
• Patient watcher's bed (couch type) Built in oxygen pipe line
• Bed side table
• Accent table
• Visitor’s chair
• Over bed table
• Foot stool
• Closet cabinet

• Individual Built in oxygen pipe line Curtain divider
• Curtain divider Common CR/shower
• Common CR/shower Individual patient’s intercom for nurse call
• Common 3 way Zero Waste bins Common 3 way Zero Waste bins
• Visitor’s chair Visitor’s chair
• Bed side table Bed side table
• Over bed table Over bed table
• Foot stool Foot stool
• Hanging closet cabinet

Patient Rights and Obligations

Your Rights

Right to:
• good quality healthcare and humane treatment
• dignity
• be informed of his rights and obligations as a patient
• choose his physician / health institution
• informed consent
• refuse diagnostic and medical treatment
• refuse participation in medical research
• religious belief and assistance
• privacy and confidentiality
• disclosure of, and access to information
• correspondence and to receive visitors
• medical records
• health education
• leave against medical advise
• express grievances

Your Obligations

Obligation to:
• know rights
• provide adequate, accurate and complete information
• report unexpected health changes
• understand purpose and cost of treatment
• accept consequences of own informed consent
• settle financial obligations
• respect the rights of healthcare providers (physicians), healthcare institutions and other patients
• self
• have adequate health information and actively participate in his treatment
• respect the right to privacy of health workers and institutions
• exercise fidelity on privileged communication
• be patient not to force physicians to treat him / her
• respect the physician's decision on medical reasons on his right to religious beliefs
• ensure integrity and authenticity of medical records
• participate in the training of competent future physicians
• report infractions and exhaust grievance mechanism