Quezon City's claim as the health and wellness capital of the Philippines is further bolstered by the construction of 4 new hospitals in the city, adding to the 58 that are already licensed by the Department of Health to operate here.
Among the latest are:
- Providence Hospital, which is a 100% Filipino-owned, 500-bed medical center located in Quezon Avenue, West Triangle. The Ph 1.2 billion project was granted incentives by the Board of Investments and accredited by the Department of Tourism for medical tourism. The hospital building occupies a 6,903.12 square meter floor area and is expected to be operational by December 2012. The project would be partially funded via a net shareholders equity of Php 464 million.
- Recently constructed is the Commonwealth Hospital and Medical Center, a fully operational 100-bed capacity hospital, located in the Neopolitan Business Park in Regalado Highway, Novaliches.
- Under construction is the Metro North Medical Center and Hospital, a 100-bed tertiary hospital project from the founders of the Medical Center Muntinlupa and Parañaque Doctors Hospital in Bicutan . It is situated along Mindanao Avenue near Congressional Avenue.
- Pacific Global Medical Center is putting up a 93-bed capacity hospital located along Mindanao Avenue near Quirino Hi-way in Novaliches. It is conveniently along the NLEX-Mindanao Avenue link.
- Diliman Doctors Hospital, Inc. has funded the construction of an 8-storey hospital facility with over 200-bed capacity with features similar to the setting of a contemporary prestigious hotel.
- The easiest place to get good medical care is in Quezon City’s District 4
- It is the urban center with one of the highest concentrations of the largest medical centers in the Philippines.
- The city is the location of 15 government hospitals and 32 private hospitals licensed by the Department of Health and accredited by PhilHealth.