Philhealth-Accredited Dialysis Centers in Metro Manila

April 20, 2012 by Nors | Filed under hospitals, philhealth.

Here’s a list of PHILHEALTH-accredited DIALYSIS CENTERS
in Metro Manila:


CALOOCAN

NEPHROLOGY CENTER OF CALOOCAN DIALYSIS CENTER INC.
522 EDSA cor Urbano & Biglang Awa St
Caloocan City

LAS PINAS

NEPHROLOGY CENTER OF LAS PIÑAS
440 Alabang Zapote Road
Tatalon Uno, Las Pinas City

MAKATI

CORE RENAL CENTER, INC.
7426 M. Santillan St
Brgy Pio del Pilar
Makati City

FMC RENALCARE CORPORATION
2257 Don Chino Roces Ave (formerly Pasong Tamo)
Makati City

MANDALUYONG

ASIA RENAL CARE PHILS. INC.MANDALUYONG
2nd Floor Paragon Plaza Bldg
EDSA cor Reliance St
Mandaluyong

TMS DIALYSIS CENTER MANDALUYONG
UNIT B & C HIGHWAY 54 BLDG., 986
Unit B & C Highway 54 Building
986 Stanford St cor EDSA
Mandaluyong

NEPHRO SYSTEMS PHILS., INC.
Ground Floor Eastgate Center
169 EDSA, Mandaluyong

MANILA

HEMOTEK RENAL CENTER
1818 M.H. Del Pilar St
Malate, Manila

NEPHROLOGY CENTER OF MANILA
Ground Floor Ruby Ann Building
911 San Andres cor Leon Guinto St
Malate, Manila

THERAPY MANAGEMENT SERVICES PHILS. INC.
975  A. Maceda St
Sampaloc, Manila

MARIKINA

EASTERN MARIKINA DIALYSIS CENTER
101 Nodison Center
Marcos Highway, San Roque
Marikina City

MUNTINLUPA

ASIA RENAL CARE PHILS. INC. – ALABANG
2nd Floor, Alabang Town Center
Alabang-Zapote Road, Alabang
Muntinlupa City

HEMOTEK RENAL CENTER
2nd Level, Festival Supermall
Filinvest, Alabang
Muntinlupa City

PASIG

HEMOTEK RENAL CENTER-ROBINSON’S METRO EAST
ROBINSON’S METRO EAST
Marcos Highway, Dela Paz
Pasig City

KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC.
FORT-AM Building
170 Pasig Boulevard
Brgy Bagong Ilog, Pasig City

QUEZON CITY

ASIA RENAL CARE PHILS. INC. – NORTH EDSA
1026 HPI Building
1026 EDSA, Quezon City

ASIA RENAL CARE PHILS. INC. – QUEZON CITY
75 Quezon Avenue
Brgy Santo Domingo, Quezon City

CMC DIAGNOSTICS INC.
1140 Quezon Avenue
Brgy Paligsahan, QC

DOLCON HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INC.
Unit B2 Marmico Building
223 Katipunan Avenue, QC

HEMOTEK RENAL CENTER- QUEZON AVE.
1231 Quexon Avenue cor Jose Abad Santos
Diliman, QC

HEMOTEK RENAL CENTER-ROBINSON’S GALLERIA
East Wing, Ground Floor, Robinsons Galleria
EDSA cor Ortigas Avenue, QC

NEPHROLOGY SERVICES PHILS., INC.
Ground Floor, BENCOM Building
146 West Avenue, QC

PEOPLE’S CENTER FOR HEMODIALYSIS CARE INC.
17 Dart cor Camaro St
South Fairview, QC

PHILIPPINE KIDNEY DIALYSIS FOUNDATION I
79 Scout Gandia St
Brgy Laging Handa, QC

PHILIPPINE KIDNEY DIALYSIS FOUNDATION II
73 Roces Avenue cor Scout Santiago St
Brgy Laging Handa, QC

RSI DIALYSIS CENTER INC.
18 Betty Go-Belmonte Drive
Brgy Kaunlaran, Cubao, QC

ST. THERESA DIALYSIS CENTER, INC.
Ground Floor, Verna’s Place
14 Visayas Avenue
Brgy Vasra, QC

TMS DIALYSIS CENTER-FAIRVIEW
Regalado Highway, North Fairview
QC

SAN JUAN

GP-GENESIS DIALYSIS CLINIC DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
Bonaventure Plaza, Auxiliary Building II
Ortigas Avenue, Greenhills
San Juan

HEMOTEK RENAL CENTER
3rd Floor, Health Cube Building
226 Wilson St, Greenhills
San Juan

The facilities above are free-standing Philhealth-accredited dialysis centers in Metro Manila.

 


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17 Responses to “Philhealth-Accredited Dialysis Centers in Metro Manila”

  1. Jo-Anne Hasal says:

    Hi, I am actually looking for Dialysis Centers in which their monthly consumption for Heparin is very high, as our company is offering a near expiry of our Heparin. Our high quality Heparin is our Zynohep 1000iu per ml, 5ml vial manufactured by Gland Pharma and we are only offering for Php 40.00/vial and will be expiring on September 2013. As of today, we still have a 9000 inventory and orders will be in a first come first serve basis for COD transaction.

    For interested buyers, please call 0917-5155310 or 0947-9962452 and look for Jo-Anne

  2. JOHN MURPHY says:

    Looking for information regarding Dialysis in Quezon city.I am British and like visiting Philippines but since may am now having Dialysis 3 times a week.What I want to Know is can I get treatment in Quezon city and how much would it cost.

    • Nors says:

      Hi John, the dialysis centers listed under Quezon City (above list) also provide dialysis even to non-Philhealth members. Sorry I don’t know their fees but the Philhealth coverage for dialysis is 4k per session up to 45 sessions a year. So there could be dialysis centers offering about 5k to 6k per session, and of course, the others would be costlier. If you have ACR, you can register with Philhealth, but you can start using Philhealth for dialysis only after 9 months.

  3. Cris Mendoza says:

    Good day. What is the contact number of TMS Fairview? Thanks.

  4. Jerry says:

    How often are inspections conducted in these dialysis centers. My sister is having her dialysis twice a week done by Peoples Center for Hemodialysis Care located in South Fairview. Her whole body blew up obviously retaining excessive amount of fluids. My family brought her to the E.R. because she’s having a hard time breathing. The Dr. Said she could have had a cardiac overload, which could be fatal, because of that excess fluids. She had just one dialysis session so far in the hospital and she shrunk significantly already.
    I’m concerned about the functionality of the dialysis machines of this particular dialysis center. Several other patients could be harmed by this center. Philhealth funds are also going to waste paying for these nonfunctional machines.
    I urge PHILHEALTH to do an investigation or at least do an inspection on PEOPLE’S CENTER FOR HEMODIALYS CARE, INC. My family will be filing legal complaints to the appropriate agencies against this institution.

    • Nors says:

      Hi Jerry, it’s great that you’ll be filing complaints against the dialysis center; certainly, it will help prospective patients. Philhealth needs to review its accreditation of dialysis centers; and complaints will certainly help Philhealth in its decision making processes. Thanks for writing about this online, so others may be warned.

  5. Aj says:

    I’m training for hd nurse and my training is almost done. I want to inquire if you know any dialysis center who are hiring now? Thanks and God bless.

  6. Joy C. says:

    It is more informative if there is phone numbers of these hospital/dialysis centers . I am so desperate to find their phone numbers in order to make some person to person inquiry and possibly appointments. I would suggest, please place phone numbers of all hospital/dialysis centers listing . Thank you .

  7. EVELYN says:

    we did going twice dialysis per week for my Mom at differrent centers,preferably where my mom stay.sometimes at clinica antipolo,genesis in san juan,metro at lemery,batangas-they are very good enough in terms of facility and assistance but the worst ever among we encounter is a kind of poor peformance to this dialysis center in NEPHRO-edsa mandaluyong.

  8. Troy says:

    how much do you pay for HD technician

  9. oji fermi says:

    can you tell me how to obtain accreditation please.
    i’m interested to open a dialysis center.
    i also need suppliers of medical equipment.

    • Nors says:

      Hi oji, first, you need to get a license from the Philippine Department of Health to operate a dialysis center. To get Philhealth accreditation, you need to have been operating for at least 3 years as a DOH-licensed free standing dialysis center; if not, your managing medical director should have managed a dialysis department or facility for at least 3 years, and you should operate in an area where there’s no other dialysis center. I know an electronics engineer with a medical equipment business. Please comment again if you want to pursue your plan, so I can connect him to you. Here’s the DOH application form: http://www.doh.gov.ph/system/files/application_dialysisclinic.pdf

  10. Kingsley says:

    Hi sorry to intrude in your post. Im also very interested in investing on a dialysis center, i know how much in dire need our country has for such a facility, any chance i can get a figure how much such a startup would cost. I plan to set it up in caloocan or anywhere where there is a need for this facility. Thanks and regards

    • Nors says:

      Hi Kingsley, it’s true that the no. of people needing frequent dialysis has been increasing fast. But the capital needed is significant, and of course there’s always risk, as I know yo know, so make your thorough textual and physical research and planning. I searched for the prices of the dialysis machine and the cheapest second-hand I found online in the Phils is 160k, average second-hand price is 300k, and the most expensive is almost a million. You also need to prepare for the cost of the place, the nephrologist, doctor and dialysis nurses and other personnel, other equipment and supplies, and business registration and licensing. Look at the licensing requirements of the DOH, so you can prepare: http://www.doh.gov.ph/system/files/requirements_dialysisclinic.pdf Wish you the best in your business planning.

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