Perpetual Succour Hospital

By on July 5, 2011

perpetual 276x300 Perpetual Succour HospitalIn 1936, Sr. Teresa de Jesus Fernandez and Sr. Carmen Artiaga, along with one young professed nun/nurse, answered the plea of Msgr. Gabriel Reyes to establish a hospital, which was then called the Holy Child Hospital. A dilapidated wooden house located near the Archbishop’s residence was transformed into a hospice, where the nuns cared for their patients who paid in kind with vegetables, fruits and livestock.

The Holy Child Hospital was burned to the ground during the war and in 1941. The patients were evacuated to Danao and then to Iloilo City. In 1950, Msgr. Julio Rosales, then Archbishop of Cebu, requested the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres to return to Cebu. The hospital was reborn and renamed Perpetual Succour Hospital with the assistance of Manuel de Veyra, M.D., who served as the establishment’s Medical Director for 7 years.

In 1959, Msgr. Esteban Montecillo blessed the fully constructed 100-bed capacity hospital. At present, Perpetual Succour is now a 240-bed capacity hospital. It also has a 7-storey SPC Medical Specialty Center building, which houses the Cebu Cancer Institute, the Advanced RehabCare and Sports Medicine Centre, Nuclear Medicine, the ACES & PSH Eye Referral Center with an Adjoining Eye Surgicenter, the Varicose Center, Dental Center, Doctors Clinics, and many others.

PSH is proud to be one of the country’s world-class and highly specialized health care systems. PSH is recognized for its tradition of excellence and technological leadership, complemented by the SPC trademark of compassionate and holistic patient care.

The services and facilities available at PSH are:

Pharmacy Services
Admission, Information and Communication
Advanced Rehabcare and Sports Medicine Centre
Cebu Cancer Institute
Cebu Heart Institute
Clinical Laboratory
Clinical Pastoral Care Services
Visitation
Counseling
Reception of the Sacraments
Support in Bereavement
Seminar and updates for Caregivers
Delivery Room
Emergency Room
Endoscopy and Ancillary procedures
Engineering and Maintenance
Finance Management and Services
Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (Medicare)
Kidney Service
ICU Complex
Medical ICU
Pediatric ICU
Surgical ICU
Neonatal ICU
Linen and Laundry
Marketing
Medical Imaging Center
Medical Records
Motorpool and Ambulance Service
Nuclear Medicine
Nursing Units
Nutrition Center
Operating Room
Out-Patient Department
Pediatrics, Obstetrics, HMO Management Center
Pulmonary  Department
Recovery Room
Social Services
Outreach Programs (Medical & Surgical Missions, Community Based Health Care Programs)
Referral and linkages with existing GOs’ or NGOs
Networking with PCSO and other agencies

For more information regarding Perpetual Succour Hospital, you can check out their Web site at www.pshcebu.com, or their Facebook page at PSH. E-mail messages can also be sent to PSH Care at this e-mail address: pshcares@pshcebu.com. The hospital is located at Gorordo Avenue, in Lahug, Cebu City. You can also contact the hospital through these numbers:

PSH Care Mobile: (63927) 650-4065
Trunkline/Information: (63-32) 2338620
Emergency Room: (63-32) 2322461
Admissions: (63-32) 2322437
Finance Management and Services (formerly Business Office): (63-32) 2322423
Pharmacy: (63-32) 2322436
Heart Institute: (63-32) 2322494
Cancer Institute: (63-32) 2339399
Kidney Service: (63-32) 2338620 loc. 124
Advanced Rehabcare and Sports Medicine Centre: (63-32) 2339314
Nuclear Medicine: (63-32) 2339088

 

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