Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine is one of the most active in patient care, intervention and provides comprehensive service in the care of patients with respiratory disorders. It keeps a twenty-four (24) hour service delivered by both pulmonary physicians and respiratory therapists. Total number of procedures performed annually is approximately 500,000.
Services Offered
  1. Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation
  2. Emergency Room Call
  3. Continuous Laboratory to support Medical and Surgical Intensive Care Units
    • Inhalation Therapy
    • Arterial Blood Gas Analysis with Electrolytes Determination
    • Mechanical Ventilation and Monitoring
    • Non-Invasive Mechanical Ventilation
    • Chest Physiotherapy
    • Pulmonary Function Studies
  4. 24 Hour Ward Consult
  5. Maintains in Patient Care Service
  6. Maintains out patient care service once a week for both adult and pediatric pulmonary services
  7. Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy
  8. Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program for COPD patients
  9. Pediatric Pulmonary Services
  10. Polysomnograph (Sleep) Studies
    • Diagnostic
    • Therapeutic
    • Diagnostic and Therapeutic (Split)
  11. Pre-flight Evaluation Clinic
It is located at the following areas with their corresponding local numbers:
  • Pulmonary Laboratory
    Ground Floor, Hospital Building
    Local 2159-2160
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation Unit
    8th Floor, Medical Arts Building
    Local 3805-3806
  • Bronchoscopy Unit
    1st Floor, Hospital Building (within Short Stay Unit)
    Local 2182
  • Polysomnography (Sleep) Clinic
    1st Floor, Hospital Building (within Short Stay Unit)
    Local 2181
  • Pre-Flight Assessment Unit
    Adjacent to Pulmonary Rehabilitation Unit
    8th Floor Medical Arts Building
    Local 3805-3806
 
Last Modified: October 20, 2017