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OFFICE OF THE PNP GENERAL HOSPITAL

FUNCTIONS:

  1. Responsible for the formulation of policies and guidelines for an effective hospital administration;
  2. Carry out the mission of PNP Health Service in areas of health care services, training, research and civic action activities;
  3. Provide adequate In-Service Training for medical and paramedical personnel;
  4. Responsible for the prevention, treatment and control of medical/ surgical diseases, injuries and deficiencies among PNP Personnel, their dependents and authorized civilians;
  5. Responsible for the moral, welfare and discipline of the PNP General Hospital personnel both uniformed and non-uniformed personnel;
  6. Exercise general supervision over all clinical and administrative functions of PNPGH;
  7. Plan, formulate and implement the policies on hospital operations;
  8. Conduct clinical conference with medical staff on difficult cases;
  9. Approve all personnel movements and programs; and
  10. Perform other duties as the Director, Health Service may direct.

 

FUNCTIONS OF SECTIONS UNDER PNPGH ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE

PNPGH ADMINSITRATIVE SERVICE

  1. Responsible for all the administrative matters of the PNPGH;
  2. Recommend promotion, demotion and assignment of PNPGH personnel;
  3. Recommend matters regarding vacation/ sick leaves of PNPGH personnel;
  4. Responsible for the implementation, direction and supervision of approved plans and policies;
  5. Conducts annual Physical Examination of PNP Personnel;
  6. Conducts screening procedures for all would be PNP applicants;
  7. Conduct medical mission activities;
  8. Responsible for the formulation of policies and guidelines for an effective hospital administration;
  9. Carry out the mission of the PNP Health Service in areas of health care services, training, research and civic action activities; and
  10. Provide adequate In-Service Training for medical and paramedical personnel.
  11. Responsible for the prevention, treatment and control of medical/ surgical diseases, injuries and deficiencies among PNP personnel, their dependents and authorized civilians.
  12. Responsible for the moral, welfare and discipline of the PNP General Hospital personnel both uniformed and non-uniformed personnel;
  13. Exercise general supervision over all administrative functions of PNPGH;
  14. Plan, formulate and implement the policies on hospital operations; and
  15. Performs other functions as Director, HS may direct.
  • Human Resource Management Section
  1. Responsible for keeping the morale of PNPGH personnel at all times;
  2. Responsible for devising ways and means of attaining the objectives, functions, missions, duties and responsibilities of the PNPGH;
  3. Responsible for the administrative works in order to determine the proper accomplishments, management, maintenance, control and disposal of records and reports of the PNPGH;
  4. Responsible for the issuance of the Office Orders, Certification and reports including those acted communications;
  5. Responsible in initiating awards, commendations, or punishment for PNPGH personnel;
  6. Conduct work simplification program in order to determine what administrative and operational aspects of the PNPGH may be simplified or improved;
  7. Responsible in disseminating publication such as rules and regulations policies, memorandums, circulars, standing operating procedures and other directives from higher office;
  8. Responsible for the maintenance of cleanliness and orderliness of the hospital and its surroundings as well as in the proper disposal of hospital wastes;
  9. Plan and program the training, seminars and schoolings of the PNP General Hospital personnel;
  10. Recommend personnel to undergo training, seminar and schooling;
  11. Regularly update the training profile of the hospital personnel;
  12. Prepare program of training and seminar activities to be conducted at the PNP General Hospital;
  13. Consolidate data for the updating of the accounting system of PNPGH Personnel;
  14. Responsible for the safekeeping and efficient management of all PNPGH records;
  15. Responsible for the safekeeping of PNPGH research materials such as books and articles; and
  16. Act on other matters upon the director of the Chief, PNP General Hospital.

 

  • Plans and Operations Section
  1. Responsible for the supervision of operations of the different operating sections of the PNPGH;
  2. Exercise of command, control, direction, coordination and supervision of all operational activities concerning the delivery of health care services to the PNP personnel and their dependents;
  3. Plan, direct coordinate and supervise hospital activities;
  4. Prepare, coordinate and issue orders and directives in accordance with PNP General Hospital policies and guidelines;
  5. Maintain and consolidate the overall accomplishment reports of the hospital;
  6. Maintain peace and order within PNPGH and ensure safety of hospital patients, facilities/ properties and personnel;
  7. Monitor and supervise the implementation of hospital rules and regulation;
  8. Monitor safety and maintenance checks of all hospital vehicles and coordinate the schedule for major or periodic vehicle maintenance to minimize service interruption; and
  9. Perform other duties as the C, PNP General Hospital may direct.

 

  • Finance Section
  1. Responsible in ensuring the most effective use of funds, manpower, materials and facilities of the PNPGH;
  2. Serve as the principal office with respect to finance budgeting, accounting and internal control, progress and statistical reporting and analysis and management evaluation activities;
  3. Responsible for the signature and preparation of all vouchers, payrolls intended to all PNP General Hospital personnel;
  4. Manage disbursement of cash and collection of fees at PNPGH to include fund releases;
  5. Responsible for encashment of CFC’s of confined patients and all PNPGH personnel;
  6. Responsible for immediate payment of pay and allowances intended for confined patients and PNPGH personnel;
  7. Prepare the work and financial plan and provision of plan and estimates for hospital programs and projects;
  8. Responsible for the systematic recording of all financial transactions, preparation of financial system and relevant reports and keeping of the hospital Book of Account;
  9. Process hospital PHILHEALTH requirement and assist patients in processing their PHILHEALTH claims; and
  10. Perform other duties as the C, PNP General Hospital may direct.

 

  • Logistic and Supply Section
  1. Ensure that the plans, policies and procedures on procurement disseminated from higher authority are coordinated, implemented and enforced;
  2. Monitors the enforcement of all procurement agreements/ contracts;
  3. Initiate, assist and monitor the procurement, distribution, control and storage of medical supplies/ materials/ equipment to all operating units of PNPGH;
  4. Exercise staff supervision to ensure effective supply management administration within PNPGH;
  5. Inspect, monitor inventories and supervise issuance of medicines and medical equipment of PNPGH;
  6. Gather, compile and maintain periodic reports on the existing medical supply/ equipment and maintain medical supply ledger card and submit monthly report of supplies and materials issued for liquidation;
  7. Prepare expenditures, procurement programs and activities of the HS;
  8. Receive deliveries, conduct inspection and inventory of all the office supplies and equipment intended for PNPGH;
  9. Responsible in the proper storage of all medical supplies/ materials and equipment to be distributed for the PNPGH;
  10. Responsible for the installation, operation and maintenance of electrical, mechanical and communication equipment and allied facilities including building and medical equipment;
  11. Provide technical assistance/ supervision in support to execution of plans and estimate of given approved project and maintenance of plans/ utilities and related service equipment;
  12. Formulate policies and standard operating procedures that concern with the operation of vital facilities/ activities, engineering and fire fighting equipment;
  13. Responsible for directing the activities of hospital maintenance staff in accordance with the hospital safety regulations and procedures, in order to minimize the rick of injury, environmental damage, and asset damage;
  14. Organize pest control program for the hospital at a regular interval;
  15. Responsible for the storage, inventory, distribution and collection of linen supplies to patients; and
  16. Performs other related functions as may be directed by the C, PNPGH.

 

  • NP Validation and Accreditation Section
  1. Serve as the operational arm of the NPAC (Neuro-Psychiatric Accreditation Committee) with the Director for Operation as the overall Chairman;
  2. To assist the Firearms and Explosives Division (FED) and Security Agencies and Guards Supervision Division in effectively regulating the issuance of licenses to qualified, mentally and emotionally fit applicants only;
  3. To assist in standardizing the criteria in the accreditation of NP Testing and Evaluation Centers, Psychiatric and Psychologist and regulate the granting of the same;
  4. To ensure that accreditation granted to individuals and organizations conducting NP Screening of Firearms/ Security Guard applicants are not abused by unscrupulous persons;
  5. Thoroughly examine the submitted NP result/ clearance processed by NP Testing Centers based on he set criteria;
  6. Assist in providing safety measures in upholding the integrity of Neuro-Psychiatric test result that are granted to applicants to process/ carry firearms and for security guard’s license profession; and
  7. Perform other related functions as may be directed by the C, PNPGH.

 

  • Psychological and Behavioral Management Section
  1. To carry out the mission in providing emotional and mental health service to PNP personnel and their qualified dependents;
  2. To provide counseling, intervention, debriefing and behavioral management to PNP personnel who are severely stressed, misguided and experiencing work related problems brought by the job itself;
  3. Effectively assist in recruitment of PO1 applicants, Lateral Entry (Line & technical Officers) applicants, Promotions and hiring of NUP’s in securing psychological requirements as part of the screening process;
  4. To conduct lectures in Stress and Anger Management, Hostage Negotiation and other topic related to Human and Organizational Behavior with the inclusion of workshops and other police orientation;
  5. To assist and work closely with Psychiatrist in giving battery of psychological test specifically to PNP personnel who were both with severe mental and behavioral disorders;
  6. Organize and create better crafted training programs to PNP personnel as the benefactor with greater emphasis in police behavior and attitude;
  7. Performs other functions as Director, HS may direct.

 

  • Physical Examination Section
  1. Conduct Physical Examination to PNP/Lateral Entry applicants, Promotion, Schooling and Reinstatement purposes;
  2. Issue and authenticate Medical Certificates to PNP/ NUP’s who are sick, those charged with AWOL for justification and to clear subject person prior to schooling through Physical Examination;
  3. Compile examination result from other sections which include Chest X-Ray, ECG, EENT, Laboratory, Dental and Drug Test for reference;
  4. Evaluate Physical Examination reports of PNP/ Lateral Entry / Promotion / CDD and Reinstatement applicants who were found physical and mentally fit for Police Service; and
  5. Perform other related functions as may be directed by the C, PNPGH.

 

  • Physical Fitness Test Clinic
  1. Formulate and develop policies, systems and procedures for the effective operation of the Physical Fitness Test of PNP Personnel;
  2. Take charge of the medical clearance of PFT participants prior to their actual performance;
  3. Refer participants with ailments to other medical specialist for recommendation to alternate PFT and clearance that they can perform PFT;
  4. Conduct lectures on weight loss program every Tuesday and Thursday;
  5. Supervise and monitor participants of the weight loss program and submit progress report to the higher authorities; and
  6. Perform other related functions as may be directed by the C, PNPGH.5

 

FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT DEPARTMENT OF THE PNPGH CLINICAL SERVICE

PNPGH CLINICAL SERVICE

  1. Provide and ensure holistic patient care, evaluation and treatment to all PNP personnel, their dependents and authorized civilian;
  2. Implement training directives and SOP’s for the professional advancement of all medical staff, On-the-Job-Training and Post-Graduate Interns;
  3. Responsible for the efficient performance and ethical conduct of the medical staff of the hospital and serve as its professional head;
  4. Coordinate the clinical and administrative functions of PNPGH and supervise scientific research;
  5. Establish standards of medical service and develop organizational plans to carry out activities within limits of variable funds;
  6. Supervise head of various medical departments and recommend appointments;
  7. Responsible for quality medical care, including examination, diagnosis, care and treatment, adherence to all ethics, maintenance of equipment, supplies and sanitary facilities, accuracy and completeness of records;
  8. Develop and maintain good working relationship among members of medical and related staffs; and
  9. Perform other duties as directed by C, PNPGH.

 

  • Department of Medicine
  1. Provide diagnosis procedure in general medicine, cardiovascular, neuro, psychiatry, dermatology, gastroenterology, nephrology, infectious, tropical and pulmonary diseases;
  2. Render emergency medical treatment to PNP personnel and their dependents; and
  3. Undertake studies and research to cope with the fast progress in the field of medicine.

 

CARDIOLOGY SECTION

  1. Undertake clinical investigate studies and provide training foe medical personnel in cardio-vascular diseases; and
  2. Operate special diagnosis and therapeutic clinic devoted to cardio-vascular diseases.

 

NEPHROLOGY SECTION

  1. Undertake clinical investigative studies and provide training in Nephrology; and
  2. Operate the peritoneal and Hemodialysis units of the service.

 

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

  1. Provide professional care and treatment for all infectious tropical disease/ cases;
  2. Undertake research, preventive medical procedures and conduct training for medical and paramedical in the field of infectious tropical diseases;
  3. Responsible to the prevention and control on infectious disease of the hospital; and
  4. Responsible for the formulation and implementation of policies and guidelines of the Infectious Control Committee.

 

 

 

 

PULMONOLOGY SECTION

  1. Provide professional care and treatment for all diseases of the lungs and bronchial tubes including pneumonia, asthma, tuberculosis, emphysema, and complicated chest infections;
  2. Undertake research, preventive medical procedures and conduct training for medical and paramedical in the field of Pulmonology; and
  3. Responsible for the referral from other departments.

 

ENDOCRINOLOGY SECTION

  1. Operate diagnostic and therapeutic clinics devoted for the treatment of disorders the endocrine glands and hormones including diabetes, thyroid disorders, infertility, metabolism, glandular cancers, growth hormone deficiency, genetic dysfunction, obesity, and hormonal imbalances; and
  2. Undertake clinical investigative studies and provide special training in Gastroenterology.

 

GASTROENTEROLOGY SECTION

  1. Operate diagnostic and therapeutic clinics devoted for the treatment of disorders and condition of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and special therapeutic Endoscopy; and
  2. Undertake clinical investigative studies and provide special training in Gastroenterology.

 

DERMATOLOGY SECTION

  1. Assess and evaluate PNP personnel, their dependents and civilians seeking confinement with dermatologist problems; and
  2. Diagnose patients (PNP personnel, their dependents, and civilians) having problems with the skin, nails and hair.

 

ONCOLOGY/NUCLEAR MEDICINE

  1. Provide a comprehensive range of diagnostic, examination and therapeutic procedures using radiopharmaceuticals to police personnel, their dependents and authorized civilians;
  2. Maximize diagnostic armamentaria using non-invasive radioisotopic techniques in order to become a responsive ancillary arm of the hospital;
  3. To optimize the use of radioisotopes/ radiopharmaceutical in the treatment of certain disease entities particularly cancers;
  4. Help in the management and treatment of radiosensitive diseases entities using the ionizing power of radioisotopes; and
  5. Conduct regular in-service training to personnel, resident physicians, Post-Graduate, Medical Interns, Medical Technology and Radiology Technology Interns on the basis nuclear science with emphasis on the medical of radioisotopes, radiation safety precaution and health measures.

 

 

  • Department of Surgery
  1. Provide quality health service to all patients needing management in the field of general surgery;
  2. Provide proper medical service to all patients with surgical diseases who seek consultation and treatment in the PNPGH;
  3. Provide quality health services to all patients needing management in the field of surgery (general surgery, colorectal surgery, pediatric surgery, urologic surgery, neurosurgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, thoracocardiovascular surgery, and orthopedic surgery);
  4. Provide quality health promotion and disease prevention program in the field of surgery to clients in need of such service;
  5. Provide quality diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to all patients with surgical problems;
  6. Provide quality pre-operative, intra-operative, and post-operative surgical care to all patients in need of such health care service;
  7. Provide quality rehabilitative health programs in the field of surgery to all clients in need of such service;
  8. Examine all patients with a possible surgical diseases and after which, to make a rational and accurate diagnosis;
  9. Provide treatment to all patients with surgical diseases;
  10. Provide training in surgery;
  11. Promote research in surgery; and
  12. Perform other duties as directed by C, PNPGH.

 

  • Department of Emergency Medicine
  1. Render immediate emergency care to PNP personnel, their dependents and authorized civilians;
  2. Assess, evaluate, treat PNP personnel, their dependents and authorized civilians seeking emergency medical management;
  3. Initiate first aid land cardio-pulmonary resuscitation to critically ill patients;
  4. Provide immediate care to POV’s who sought medical assistance at ER;
  5. Render emergency medical services in times of disaster/calamity;
  6. Assess, evaluate, treat PNP personnel, their dependents and authorized civilians seeking medical help and to refer to hospital of choice if warranted;
  7. Give initial management to admitted patients prior to transfer to their respective wards; and
  8. Perform other duties as directed by C, PNPGH.

 

  • Department of Otorhinolaryngology/ ENT
  1. Performs diagnostic and therapeutic to all patients assigned or referred to the Otorhinolaryngology Service;
  2. Performs all Otorhinolaryngology Examination as part of PE conducted by the hospital;
  3. Perform diagnosis, care and treatment of all otorhinolaryngology cases;
  4. Performs surgery on all otorhinolaryngology surgical cases;
  5. Provide proper care and treatment to all patients in the otorhinolaryngology section; and
  6. Perform other duties as directed by C, PNPGH.

 

  • Department of Opthalmology
  1. Performs diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to all patients assigned or referred to Opthalmology Section;
  2. Perform all Opthalmology Examination as aprt of PE conducted by the hospital;
  3. Perform diagnosis, care and treatment of all ophthalmology cases;
  4. Performs surgery on all opthalmology surgical cases;
  5. Provide proper care and treatment to all patients in the ophthalmology; and
  6. Perform other duties as directed by C, PNPGH.

 

  • Department of OB-Gyne
  1. Provide preventive and primary care during pregnancy and childbirth by conducting pre-natal care. This include:
  2. Proper nutrition
  3. Regular follow-ups
  4. Identification of danger signs and symptoms of pregnancy
  5. Providing guidelines on the principle of breastfeeding

 

  1. Provide family planning services;
  2. Provide medical and surgical management of reproductive-related disorders which includes:
  3. Management of pre-term labor
  4. Management of gynecological disorders
  5. Management of normal spontaneous deliveries/ abortions
  6. Performs of adnexae and uterine surgeries.

 

  1. Proper coordination and referrals of OB-Gyne cases to other Medical Centers which necessitates intensive care; and
  2. Perform other duties as directed by C, PNPGH.

 

  • Department of Pediatrics
  1. Provides high quality pediatric primary care and specialty pediatric care primarily to all dependents of PNP personnel aged 0-17 years & 364 ¼ days, as well as authorized civilians;
  2. Help in the prevention and treatment of illness of pediatric patients;
  3. Help restore normal activity of sick pediatric patients;
  4. Help meet all pediatric needs – physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual;
  5. Provide Expanded Program of Immunization of PNP personnel dependents and authorized civilians;
  6. Administer and promote New Born Screening Test;
  7. Implements and support pediatric health care program under the directives of the DOH;
  8. Conducts outreach program and civic actions;
  9. Maintain coordination with all other members of the health team; and
  10. Perform other duties as directed by C, PNPGH.

 

  • Department of Family & Community Medicine
  1. Ensure that very NUP/Uniformed/ Retired police personnel and their dependents have a balance health care plan that suits their needs in accordance with their respective age;
  2. Maintain quality central mechanism for the quality and appropriate care rendered to patients;
  3. Manage and treat injured and acutely ill problem;
  4. Classify patient’s diseases and make referral to concerned specialties;
  5. Establish Triage at the Emergency Room during the 24 hours duty;
  6. Integrate, communicate and link with other units, departments and other institutions;
  7. Establish a Preventive and wellness program base on DOH classification, PNP Health Program and PAFP Family Wellness Program like:

-       Anti Smoking campaign

-       Accident Prevention Program

-       TB Program

-       Stroke and Heart Attack Prevention

-       Alcoholic withdrawal campaign

-       Immunization schedule

-       Counseling Program

  1. Monitor the most common illness in PNP General Hospital consulting at the Out-Patient Department and provide/ disseminate preventive measures and health promotion programs;
  2. Provide appropriate training and education for its personnel and encourage medical research activities;
  3. Render services during community outreach program, civic actions and alert duties;
  4. Organize the Health Awareness Month for PNP personnel; and
  5. Perform other duties as directed by C, PNPGH.

 

  • Department of Anesthesia
  1. Provide surgical facilities and requirements of patients who will undergo operation and or diagnostic therapeutic procedure;
  2. Provide pre-operative and post-operative care for all surgical patients;
  3. Safeguard patients from post-anesthetic and post-operative complications;
  4. Provide anesthetic care for all patients requiring the services of the Anesthesiologists; and
  5. Train and develop specialists in anesthesiology and to promote and participate research projects to Anesthesiology.

 

 

  • Department of Pathology & Laboratory Services
  1. Responsible for the performance of all ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY and CLINICAL LABORATORY procedures in the PNP General Hospital;
  2. Consists of different sections such as: Histopathology, Clinical Microscopy, Hematology, Clinical Chemistry, Immunology/ Serology and Blood Bank. These sections are important in the diagnosis of diseases; and
  3. Specimens for the procedures which are beyond the capabilities of this laboratory will be properly collected and sent to other laboratories for examination.

 

  • Blood Bank Services
  1. Advocacy and promotion of voluntary blood donation and healthy lifestyle.
  2. Storage and issuance of whole blood and blood components.
  3. Compatibility testing of red blood cell units.
  4. Direct Coombs Test
  5. Red Cell antibody screening
  6. Investigation of transfusion reactions
  7. Assist the HBTC in the conduct of post-transfusion surveillance (hemivigilance)
  8. Conduct hemoglobin test on the donor to asses iron levels before donation collection begins.
  9. Monitor donor during and after blood collection process to ensure that they are comfortable, safe and healthy.
  10. Serve refreshments to donors after bloodletting to help replace sugar and water lost from their system.
  11. Ensure donors are in good condition after the procedure.

 

  • Department of Radiology
  1. Conduct routine and special X-Ray procedures on all patients as requested by the Ward Officer.
  2. Conduct routine and special X-Ray procedure to PNP personnel their immediate dependents, NUP’s and other authorized civilians as requested by the attending physician.
  3. Conduct chest X-Ray examination to PNP applicants and personnel for CDD and promotion.
  4. Conduct general abdominal, transvaginal, transrectal and superficial organ ultrasound examination on patients as requested by the ward officer.
  5. Conduct general abdominal, transvaginal, transrectal and superficial organ ultrasound examinations to PNP personnel, immediate dependents, NUP’s and other authorized civilians.
  6. Conduct ultrasound examinations to other persons other than the above as directed by the Chief, PNP General Hospital.
  7. Formulate plans and programs for the improvement of the services of the section.
  8. Consults and coordinates with other radiologist regarding radiological procedures and other policies to be adopted in consonance with the PNPGH vision and mission.
  9. Organize the activities of the section so that the manpower utilization is maximized, thus providing services efficiently.
  10. Coordinate and cooperate with other sections of the hospital that require radiological service.
  11. Responsible for all general and administration matters of the X-Ray section.
  12. Acts as innovator and coordinates with the Chief of the Service on methods to improve the existing services offered.

 

  • Department of Ancillary Services

 

SOCIAL SERVICE SECTION

  1. Accept referrals from other units/ officers regarding juvenile conflicts and family related problems encountered by PNP uniformed and non uniformed personnel ad their dependents;
  2. Conduct interventions to case referrals and submit written reports to Chief, Allied for disposition and reference.
  3. Intercede to problems on matters regarding hospital staff and patients relationship.
  4. Consult with doctors, therapist and other medical professionals. Instructing other health care professionals as to the nature of their clients’ social or psychological challenges that will help in their treatments as well.
  5. Instruct/ advise clients’ families during treatment likewise encourage patients to take an active part on their own treatment is often the best approach in times of critical condition.

 

PHARMACY SECTION

  1. Established and Implement Guidelines, Policies and Procedures of the Pharmacy Service in accordance with the overall policy of the PNP General Hospital and the Department of Health.
  2. Instruct, train and supervise Pharmacies as to the proper implementation of guidelines and policies of the Pharmacy Section.
  3. Prepare annual and monthly procurement program of medicines and medical fluids needed in the Hospital.
  4. Supervise acceptance of deliveries of medicines and medical fluids.
  5. Supervise the posting and checking of deliveries of medicines and medical supplies.
  6. Prepare reports and memoranda to the Chief of the Hospital and other sections of the hospital regarding pharmacy matters.
  7. Plans suitable educational and training programs for professional staff and pharmacy interns in accordance with the requirements of the Department of Health.
  8. Participates actively as member of the Hospital pharmacy and therapeutics committee.
  9. Recommends Pharmacy Development and improvement program to the Chief of Hospital.
  10. Check and evaluates overall performance of the pharmacy staff.
  11. Checks the maintenance of the Drug Inventory control.
  12. Control the disposal of Dangerous and Regulated Drugs.
  13. Monitors and supervise drug dispensing activities
  14. Perform other related functions.

DIETARY & FOOD SERVICE

  1. Formulate plans and programs for the improvement of the services of the department.
  2. Develop healthy meal plans and oversee meal preparation to ensure a high-quality of nutrition in the diet of patients and other clients needing their professional advice.
  3. Assess nutritional needs, diet restrictions and current health plans to develop and implement dietary-care plans.
  4. Plan out meals according to the nutritional needs of the patients.
  5. Advise patients and their families on nutritional principles, dietary plans, and diet modifications and food selection and preparation.
  6. Monitor food service operations to ensure conformance to nutritional safety, sanitation and quality standards.
  7. Inspect supplies, equipment, and work areas to ensure conformance to established standards.
  8. Monitor sanitation practices to ensure that employees follow standards and regulations.
  9. Estimate amounts and costs of required supplies such as food and ingredients.

 

  • Department of Rehab & Sports Medicine
  1. Receive referrals for PT rehab from designated Medical Personnel (Psychiatrist, Orthopedics).
  2. Evaluate and assess present status or condition of patients, not undermining past medical problems.
  3. Conduct Internship training to Physical Therapist students affiliated schools/ college.
  4. Provide educational information about physical therapy and physical therapist, injury prevention, ergonomics and ways to promote health.
  5. Plan, prepare and carry out individually designed programs of physical treatment to maintain, improve or restore physical functioning, alleviate pain and prevent physical dysfunction in patients.
  6. Perform and document an initial exam, evaluating the data to identify problems and determine a diagnosis prior to intervention.
  7. Review physician’s referral and patient’s medical records to help determine diagnosis and physical therapy treatment required.
  8. Direct and supervise supportive personnel, assessing their competence, delegating specific tasks and establishing channels of communication.
  9. Participate in community and community agency activities and help to formulate health policy.

 

 

 

  • Department of Psychiatry
  1. Provide guidance and counseling to PNP personnel with psychological problems for in-patients and out-patients cases.
  2. Provide psychiatric treatment to PNP personnel and their dependents diagnosed with specific psychiatric disorder.
  3. Refer patients for confinement in other hospitals and centers with adequately equipped psychiatric and drug rehabilitation for further treatment.
  4. Assist the command in the prevention, early detection and treatment of Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders.
  5. Promote and maintain mental health among PNP personnel.
  6. Promote and encourage a high standard practice of Neuro-Psychiatry and allied disciplines.
  7. Encourage the development of research activities in Neurology, Psychiatry, Psychology, Nursing and other related fields.
  8. Assist the command in the establishment and development of an effective recruitment program for the Philippine National Police.
  9. Help develop and standardize PNP regulations on matters related to physical and mental examination of Philippine National Police personnel, disability discharges through medical and administrative channels and grounds of retention in the service after hospitalization.
  10. Provide consultancy services to the various Neuro-Psychiatric teams of the field commander and other institutions when deemed warranted as may be requires by higher echelons of the Philippine National Police.

 

FUNCTIONS OF THE DIFFERENT WARDS OF THE PNPGH NURSING SERVICE

PNPGH NURSING SERVICE

  1. Has the administrative control over nurse officers, non Officers and NUP nursing personnel assigned at PNP General Hospital.
  2. Oversee and organize proper nursing care to the patients
  3. Organize assignment of Nursing Staff in various area of the hospital
  4. Establish and enforce effective policies and procedures to ensure that patient’s needs are assessed, attained and evaluated.
  5. Develop short and long term strategic plans, including growth and innovation strategies for the improvement of PNPGH Nursing Service.
  6. Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local laws and regulations and regulator bodies as they relate to nursing and patient care services.
  7. Collaborate with the governing body management, medical staff and clinical areas to plan promote and conduct quality assessment and improvement activities.
  8. Coordinate with the other training institution for the profession growth/ updates of the nursing service personnel.
  9. Design and develop comprehensive and effective induction programs/ training to new nursing service personnel.
  10. Responsible for the preparation of the program of instruction, budget plan, and program of activities for the in-service training for the nursing service.
  11. Design, conduct and evaluate nursing and interdisciplinary research projects and promote the implementation of research findings into clinical nursing practice.
  12. Perform other duties as C, PNPGH may direct.

 

SPECIALTY WARDS

  • EMERGENCY ROOM

The emergency room renders immediate emergency care to PNP Personnel, dependents and authorized civilians. It provides quality first aid treatment to patients while undergoing emergency laboratory examinations and diagnostic procedures prior to actual disposition. The ER establishes inter-hospital affiliations for easier referral and transfer of patients. It also conducts training of Post Graduate Medical Interns, Nurses and Student Nurses while on rotation at the ER.

 

  • OPERATING ROOM/ PACU/ SICU

The Operating Room caters major and minor surgical procedures of PNP personnel and their qualified dependents.

 

  • DELIVERY ROOM/ NURSERY

The Delivery Room/ Nursery provides primary for the mother and fetus. Personnel assigned in this area guide the patient through delivery and instruct patients on all aspects of childbirth including positioning, timing of contractions and proper pushing techniques. They also monitor all vital signs of the mother and the fetus and must recognize any signs of distress.

 

  • DIALYSIS

This section offers OPD consultations for renal-related diseases and hemodialysis for active uniformed PNP personnel nationwide.

 

  • OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT

The Out-Patient Department provides adequate primary health care and includes consultation, diagnosis and treatment for PNP uniformed personnel, their direct dependents and authorized civilians that do not require admission.

 

  • INTENSIVE CARE UNIT/ MICU

The intensive care unit look after patients whose conditions are life-threatening and need constant, close monitoring and support form equipment and medication to keep normal body functions going. They have higher levels of staffing, specialist monitoring and treatment equipment only available in these areas and the staff are highly trained in caring for the most severely ill patients.

 

  • NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT/ PICU

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is where newborn will stay for days, weeks, or possibly longer, depending on the baby’s degree of prematurity. This department or area in the hospital is where hospital staff care for newborns who have medical complications, or babies who have been born prematurely. Here, the baby will be provided with the optimal environment for growth.

 

WARDS

  • MALE MEDICAL WARD

This ward accommodates male patients with medical problems. It is manned by skilled medical specialist in the fields of Internal medicines, Nephrology, Diabetology, Psychiatry and Dermatology.

 

  • FEMALE MEDICAL WARD

This ward accommodates female patients with medical problems. It is manned by skilled medical specialist in the fields of Internal medicines, Nephrology, Diabetology, Psychiatry and Dermatology.

 

  • ORTHOPAEDIC WARD

The orthopedic ward provides accommodation to patients with diseases, deformities and injuries of the musculoskeletal system.

 

  • MALE SURGICAL WARD

This ward manages the admission and treatment of male PNP personnel and their qualified dependents for surgical problems and clinical/diagnostic procedures. They coordinate with the personnel of the Operating Room, Anesthesiology Department and other surgical staff in policy making and formulation of SOP’s in the management of patients.

 

  • RENAL WARD

The Renal ward offers treatment for people with all forms of kidney disease. The service ranges from caring for patients with advanced kidney disease, including dialysis, transplantation and palliative end of life care.

 

  • PULMO WARD

Pulmo ward provides care and treatment to patient suffering from medical conditions that affect the lungs and Respiratory System. It is also involve in preventing and treating conditions such as Asthma, Emphysema, Respiratory Failure, Tuberculosis, COPD and Lung Cancer. The ward performs assessments for many different respiratory conditions and develops treatment plans that include medications, medical procedures and lifestyle changes.

 

  • COMPLETE DISABILITY DISCHARGE/ HEROES WARD

This ward caters to PNP Personnel on active duty that are found to have certain medical conditions of physical defects which makes him/her physically unfit for further police service. Confinement in this ward will properly guide medical officers to make timely recommendations for the separation from the active service of those individuals whose continued performance of duty would compromise their health or well-being or prejudice the interest of the government. The PNPGH is the only PNP Hospital authorized to evaluate and process police patients for disability separation.

 

  • OBSTERTRICS AND GYNECOLOGY WARD

The OB-GYNE ward provides preventive and primary care during pregnancy and childbirth by conducting prenatal care as well as family planning services. It is also responsible for making proper coordination and referrals of OB-GYNE cases which necessitate intensive care to other medical centers.

 

  • PEDIATRIC WARD

Pediatric ward caters all PNP personnel dependents aged zero (0) to eighteen (18) years old.