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Two Hospitals in Baguio City Reach Maximum Bed Capacity

Two hospitals in Baguio City have announced that their respective COVID-19 facilities have reached full capacity. These two hospitals are Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center and Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital.

Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital

NDCH posted on Friday that its COVID-19 allocated beds have reached maximum capacity. Until further notice, NDCH will not accommodate additional COVID-19 probable and confirmed patients.


Due to the surge in severe COVID-19 cases, BGHMC has announced on Monday that its COVID-19 facilities are at full occupancy. According to the hospital’s announcement, its emergency room is filled with patients waiting for available beds while some of their staff will also have to undergo quarantine and isolation due to exposure.

The hospital has also announced through an advisory on September 3 that in order for them to cope up with the influx, the hospital will be limiting admission to EMERGENCY CASES within the BLISTT areas (Baguio, La Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan, Tuba, and Tublay), and shall likewise suspend Elective Surgery admissions. Uncoordinated referrals in the facility will not be accepted.

Non-urgent cases may use the healthcare facility’s TELEMEDICINE PLATFORMS. Here’s A Step-By-Step Guide on BGHMC’s Online Consultation via Facebook.


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