CONTACT INFORMATION


Quezon City Health Department

  • QCHD
  • 3rd Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner Commonwealth Ave., Brgy. Batasan Hills, Quezon City
  • 8703-2723
  • [email protected]

Office Hours
Monday to Friday            
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

ABOUT US


Description

The Quezon City Health Department serves as the frontline for public health, providing essential healthcare services and focusing on issues related to the holistic well-being of Quezon City citizens. QCHD protects and looks after the safety and health outcomes of all the communities in the City through education, policy making, and research for disease and injury prevention.

Mission

To provide quality and comprehensive healthcare services to an empowered community.

Vision

Health for all, health in the hands of the people.

Legal Basis

Related provisions of the 1987 Philippine Constitution which authorized the state to provide comprehensive and accessible health care programs,

Republic Act No. 7160, Otherwise Known As The Local Government Code Of 1991, Directed The Devolution Of Health Care Service Delivery To The Local Government Units.

Service Pledge

Provide service with all our knowledge and skill, with dignity and professionalism.

Maintain a positive attitude and constant smile, retaining our sense of humor and friendliness.

Show compassion by always being accessible and ready to do all that we can.

Be reliable and dedicate ourselves to service without strings attached.

Always show respect for all people, while protecting the privacy and confidentiality of those we serve

Services


Issuance of Health Certificate

The Health Certificate is issued to all persons involved in the operation and management of an establishment regardless of the job description, upon compliance with all the requirements set by the Quezon City Health Department.

  • Issuance Of Health Certificate Clinical Laboratory Services for New Applicants who will avail of the laboratory services from any QCHD CLINICAL / IN–HOUSE LABORATORY through the Quezon City Online Registration & Application
  • Issuance Of Health Certificate Clinical Laboratory Services for Renewal Applicants who will avail of the laboratory services from any QCHD CLINICAL / IN–HOUSE LABORATORY through the Quezon City Online Registration & Application
  • Issuance Of Health Certificate Clinical Laboratory Services for Renewal Applicants who will avail of the laboratory services from any QCHD CLINICAL / IN–HOUSE LABORATORY via Walk-In Application
  • Issuance Of Health Certificate Recognized Laboratory Services for New Applicants who will avail of the laboratory services from an EXTERNAL LABORATORY through the Quezon City Online Registration & Application
  • Issuance Of Health Certificate Recognized Laboratory Services for Renewal Applicants who will avail of the laboratory services from an EXTERNAL LABORATORY through the Quezon City Online Registration & Application)
  • Issuance Of Health Certificate Recognized Laboratory Services for Renewal Applicants who will avail of the laboratory services from an EXTERNAL LABORATORY via Walk-In Application
  • Issuance Of Health Certificate New / Renewal Bulk Applicants 

The bulk application involves thirty (30) applicants and above, within the same establishment or with the same owner or management, upon submission of a request letter for the conduct of an HIV Seminar from the establishment administrator, manager, or representative, addressed to the City Health Officer. The Sanitation Inspector or any HIV Seminar-trained personnel of the QCHD assigned in the area will conduct the said seminar orientation at an appropriate venue or site on an agreed schedule where physical distancing is applicable.

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Issuance of Yellow Health Certificate

The Yellow Health Certificate or Card is issued to a person employed as a masseur, masseuse, massage therapist, massage attendant, sauna bath attendant, guest relation officer, sexy dancer, escort, model of nightclubs, and other related practitioners but not limited to managers and other non-professional entertainers, upon compliance with all the requirements set by the Quezon City Health Department.

  • Issuance Of Yellow Health Certificate Clinical Laboratory Services for New/Renewal Applicants who will avail of the laboratory services from any QCHD CLINICAL LABORATORY
  • Issuance Of Yellow Health Certificate Recognized Laboratory Services for New/Renewal Applicants who will avail of the laboratory services from an EXTERNAL LABORATORY
  • Issuance Of Yellow Health Certificate New / Renewal Bulk Applicants 

The bulk application involves fifteen (15) applicants and above, within the same establishment or with the same owner or management, upon submission of a request letter for the conduct of an HIV Seminar from the establishment administrator, manager, or representative, addressed to the City Health Officer. The Sanitation Inspector assigned in the area will conduct the HIV Seminar at an appropriate venue or site on an agreed schedule where physical distancing is applicable.

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Issuance Of Sanitary Permit (SP)

The Sanitary Permit is a written authorization or certification issued by the City Health Officer which signifies the establishment’s compliance with the existing requirements upon inspection or evaluation by the Sanitation Inspector or Evaluator.

Issuance of Provisional Sanitary Permit for New Businesses

The Provisional Sanitary Permit is a temporary certification in writing issued by the City Health Officer to the New establishment which may partially initiate business activity and shall be given ample time in complying with the existing sanitary requirements upon evaluation or inspection by the Sanitation Inspector. This authorization remains valid until the indicated validity period.

Issuance of Sanitary Permit for Newly Registered Business and Business with Renewal Status through the Quezon City Online Registration & Application and via Walk-in Application

The Sanitary Permit is a written authorization or certification issued by the City Health Officer which signifies the establishment’s compliance with the existing requirements upon inspection or evaluation by the Sanitation Inspector or Evaluator.

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Application for Health Occupancy Permits

The Health Occupancy Permit is a written authorization or certification issued by the City Health Officer which confirms that the building is in a suitable and healthy living condition in compliance with the submitted plans and specifications.

Issuance of Health Occupancy Permit for New Sanitary Permit (For Green Building Certification Application)

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Certificate of Water Potability

The Certificate of Potability is an official document issued by the Quezon City Health Department to all dwelling/residential and other places for lease or rent in which the quality of water passed the standard set by the Philippine National Standards for Drinking water (PNSDW).

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Issuance of Death Certificate

The Death Certificate can refer either to a document issued by a medical practitioner certifying the deceased state of a person or to a document issued by a person such as a registrar of vital statistics that declares the date, location, and cause of a person’s death as later entered in an official register of Quezon City deaths. 

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Medical Consultation

A Medical Consultation is a procedure whereby a health care provider reviews the medical history, examines the patient, and makes recommendations as to care and treatment.

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Issuance of Pre-Marriage Counseling Certificate

The Pre-Marriage Counseling Certificate is written documentation issued by an accredited counselor upon completion of documentary requirements and attendance to the counseling session prior to actual marriage. Pursuant to Article 16 of the Family Code, this mandatory pre-marriage counseling session is required for all contracting parties which provides assistance and guidance to both parties towards an informed decision about their forthcoming married life.

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Programs


Maternal & Child Care Program

This program provides universal access to its services for children from birth to school age and their families. According to WHO, Maternal and Child Health services can be defined as promoting, preventing therapeutic or rehabilitation facilities or care for the mother and child. It is also an important and essential service related to mother and child overall development.

  1. Pre-Natal care
  1. Check–ups and consultation
  2. Simple laboratory (urine, FBS, Hemoglobin, hematocrit, HIV testing)
  3. Tetanus Toxoid immunization
  4. Provision of the iron tablets and low dose of Vitamin A
  5. Referral of high–risk cases for secondary or tertiary care
  6. Facility-based delivery
  7. Promotion of exclusive Breastfeeding
  8. HIV counseling and testing of pregnant women.
  9. Oral health care
  10. PhilHealth enrollment
  11. Natal Care
  1. Delivery at (6) lying –ins clinic
  2. Newborn care –BCG and Hepa B immunization.
  1. Post-Natal Care
  1. Post-Partum consultation and check-ups.
  2. Provision of Vitamin A capsules and iron tablets
  3. Initial Breastfeeding
  4. Family planning counseling and provision of Family Planning methods
  5. Oral health care
  1. Child Health Care
  2. Immunization
  • Against (BCG, Hepatitis B, OPV, Pentahib, Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine, IPV, MMR)
  • Micronutrient Supplementation- Vitamin A, Ferrous sulfate
  • Deworming (Purga)
  1. Oral examination
  2. Counseling on exclusive breastfeeding and appropriate complementary feeding @ 6 mos.
  3. Management of childhood illness
  4. Pneumonia, Diarrheal cases, and other vaccine-preventable diseases.
  • free medicines and oral rehydration
  • free antibiotics for pneumonia cases
  • referrals to tertiary hospitals if necessary

Integrated Non –Communicable Disease Prevention

  1. Hypertension/Diabetes cases
  2. HD Club
  3. Free medication for Hypertension/Diabetes
  4. Free cholesterol screening
  5. Proper nutrition counselling
  6. Weight loss program
  7. Health Education through flyers, tarpaulin, social media.

Non-Communicable Disease Control Program

This program focuses on the prevention and control of cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular conditions, and stroke. The program promotes reducing risk factors associated with these diseases includeing detecting, screening, and treatment.

Dental Program

  1. Preventive
  1. Oral Examination
  2. Pit and Fissure Sealants
  3. Fluoride Application
  4. Curative
  1. Permanent Filling
  2. Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
  3. Temporary filling
  4. Tooth extraction
  5. Gum Treatment

National Tuberculosis Program

  1. Screens Presumptive Drug Susceptible TB and Drug Resistant. (TB Adult and Children)
  2. Performs free diagnostic services, sputum examination, XPERT.
  3. Tuberculin Testing in Children 
  4. Performs other laboratory tests: HIV testing and blood sugar test.
  5. Refer sputum /XPERT negative but X-ray positive to TB diagnostic committee to review and recommendation of Management.
  6. Provide medical consultation
  7. Counselling on lifestyle modification like smoking, alcohol, and substance abuse.
  8. Provides TB medicines (Drug Susceptible TB and Drug Resistant TB)

Cancer Program

  1. Visual inspection using Acetic Acid for Cervical Cancer (Papsmear)
  2. “Salat Suso” for Breast Cancer
  3. Digital Rectal Examination for Prostate Cancer.
  4. Health Education
  5. No Smoking campaign for prevention of lung cancer.

Nutrition Program

  1. General Operation Timbang plus mass weighing of 0-71month old children to identify malnourished children.
  2. Complementary Feeding Program for 6-24 month old identified underweight, severely underweight, wasted, and severely wasted
  3. Malnutrition Rehabilitation (Ready to Use Therapeutic Food for Severe Acute Malnutrition.
  4. Harmonized Deworming since intestinal parasitism contributes to Malnutrition
  5. Iron Supplementation prevalence of Anemia.
  6. Nutrition Advocacy (on Breastfeeding, Food Fortification and Integrated Helminthiasis and Control program)
  7. Implementation on Milk code including Breastfeeding and beyond
  8. Social mobilization on Milk Letting Activities
  9. Establishment of Breastfeeding in the Workplace
  10. Breastfeeding support groups
  11. Technical assistance on Mother-Baby Friendly Hospital Initiatives Accreditation

Family Planning Program

The Pre-Marriage Counseling Certificate is written documentation issued by an accredited counselor upon

  1. Insertion and Removal IUD
  2. Provision of Pills and DPMA, Condom, Standard days method
  3. Refer Men and Women BTL, Non-Scalpel Vasectomy
  4. Management of side effects due to use of Family Planning Method
  5. Breast Examination
  6. Visual inspection with Acetic Acid for cervical cancer screening.
  7. Pre-Marriage Counseling
  8. Implant removal
  9. PhilHealth enrollment

Adolescent Program

  1. General Assessment, History and Physical Examination
  2. Micronutrient Supplementation –Iron and Folic Acid
  3. Free Immunization –Tetanus Toxoid, MMR, Hepatitis B, HPV
  4. Reproductive Health Assessment and Counseling, fertility awareness, menstrual health issues and counseling adolescent male reproductive health issues, and gender issues
  5. Voluntary Testing for STI’s / HIV

Community Based Mental Health

  1. Screening of symptoms of mental illness
  2. Referral of patients for evaluation and management
  3. Provision of Psychotropic medicines
  4. Provision of information on caring for one’s mental health

Comprehensive Care for the Elderly (Senior Citizen)

  1. Pneumococcal and Influenza Vaccination
  2. Medical consultation
  3. Dental care – oral prophylaxis, gum treatment, filling.
  4. Milk feeding
  5. Vitamin Supplementation
  6. Blood pressure Monitoring
  7. Tuberculosis B rapid screening test (gene XPERT)
  8. Laboratory examination (blood sugar, urinalysis, cholesterol, and uric acid, Hemoglobin, determination.
  9. Home Care and follow up visits to bedridden
  10. Assist elders in OSCA and Philhealth enrolment
  11. Provision of mobility devices (wheelchair, walker, cane) to disabled elderly patients

Epidemiology and Surveillance Program

  1. Case investigation and surveillance in outbreaks
  2. Contact tracing for COVID-19

Medical Morbidity Clinic (General Consultation)

  1. Free Consultation and Management of patients /clients at the Health Centers, mobile, and during outreach Clinics
  2. Provision of free medicines for treatment of cases
  3. Referral for Laboratory exams and for further management in hospitals
  4. Counseling and information circumstances
  5. Outreach clinics in special circumstances activities and outbreaks

 Guides

COVID 19 Guidebook

How to Get a Health Certificate

How to Get a Medical Travel Clearance and a Travel Pass

How to Register for a Vaccine

How to Register for a Booster Shot

HOPE Community Caring Facility Admission Guide


How to Avail of Free Medicines

The program provides free medicines for fever, cough and colds; medicines for the prevention of tuberculosis; and other medicines like antibiotics and vitamins for Quezon City residents. Each Quezon City Health Center has a medicine dispensing room where residents may avail of the medicines with a doctor’s prescription. The program also provides free medicines for indigent QCitizens diagnosed with high blood pressure, hypertension, diabetes and high cholesterol.

REQUIREMENTS WHEN CLAIMING FROM HEALTH CENTERS:

  1. A prescription from the Health Center’s licensed doctor.
  2. If the doctor’s prescription has expired, the person may consult with the Health Center doctor to get a new medical prescription. The person may present another doctor’s prescription.
  3. QCitizen ID or any valid ID with a Quezon City address.

REQUIREMENTS WHEN CLAIMING FROM DISTRICT ACTION OFFICES:

  1. QCitizen ID or any valid ID with a Quezon City address or Certificate of Indigency.
  2. Licensed medical doctor’s prescription.

PROCESS FOR CLAIMING FREE MEDICINES:

  1. Go to the nearest Quezon City Health Center or District Action Office.
  2. Present the doctor’s prescription or seek medical consultation at the Health Center to secure a medicine prescription.
  3. Bring the prescription and give it to the dispensing officer to log it in the dispensing record.
  4. Once the patient received the medicines, the dispensing officer will ask the patient to sign in the dispensing logbook.
  5. If there is no available supply of the said medicine, the dispensing officer will refer the patient or client to the Social Services Development Department with a proper referral slip that indicates the complete details of the patient.

PROCESS FOR CLAIMING MAINTENANCE MEDICINE:

  1. If you are already a regular patient or client of the Non – Communicable disease program, you can show your prescription directly to the medicine dispensing officer to get the medicine that was issued for the last 3 months.
  2. Patients with hypertension, high cholesterol, or diabetes may have their consultation at the nearest Health Center and registered with the Non – Communicable Disease Program.
  3. Go to your District Action Office to get your initial free medicine (good for one week). Proceed to the Health Center for check-ups and get registered with the Non- Communicable Disease Program.

REMINDERS:

  1. For antibiotic medicine, the prescription is valid for one week’s supply only. For vitamins and maintenance medicines, the prescription is valid for three months.
  2. For old prescriptions, visit the nearest Health Center for a consultation to secure your new medicine prescription.
  3. For Bedridden Patients, an authorized person is assigned to deliver the medicine supply at home. If not, then relatives or an authorized member of the family is allowed to get the medicines at the Health Center. Kindly bring one photocopy each of a valid ID of the patient as well as the ID of the authorized person.
  4. Only generic brand of medicines is available at the Health Centers and District Action Offices.
  5. All registered patients in the Non- Communicable Disease Program must have a quarterly follow -up check-up every three ( 3) months and seek consultation when needed.

Department Directory


Esperanza Anita N. Escaño-Arias, MD. MPH
OIC, City Health Department/ PPO V )
8703-2723
[email protected]

Judy Gilda Martinez, MD
Assistant City Government Department Head III
8703-2723
[email protected]

Divisions/Sections

Divisions Officer NameOffice AddressContact Information
Sanitation DivisionDr. Kristine Obmerga
Medical Officer IV
Quezon City Hall compound,beside QC Library8703-8841
[email protected]
City Employee’s
Clinic
Dr. Alma Abila 
Medical Officer III
Ground Floor, Civic Center Bldg. C (City Civil Registry Department Bldg.), Quezon City Hall Compound (near East Avenue), Quezon City8 929-7747
[email protected]
Special
Services
Division

Dr. Maria Lourdes E. Eleria
Medical Officer V
3rd Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner
Commonwealth Avenue, Brgy. Batasan Hills, Quezon City
8703-8794
[email protected] 
Planning, Evaluation, Research, and Training DivisionDr. Ramona Asuncion DG Abarquez
Medical Officer V
11th Floor High Rise Bldg. Quezon City Hall, Quezon City[email protected] 
Nursing DivisionMs. Felisa O. Tang 
Nurse VI
3RD Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner Commonwealth Avenue, Brgy. Batasan Hills, Quezon City[email protected] 
Midwifery SectionMs. Mary Ann Silo
Midwife IV / OIC
2nd Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner Commonwealth Avenue Brgy. Batasan, Quezon City.[email protected]
Family Planning DivisionDr. Rochelle Paulino
 Medical Officer IV  
2nd Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner Commonwealth Avenue, Brgy. Batasan Hills, Quezon City.[email protected] 
Dental DivisionDr. Ellen Ignacio 
Dentist V
2nd Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner Commonwealth, Avenue Brgy. Batasan, Quezon City[email protected] 
Administrative DivisionMs. Vilma Ching
Administrative Officer V
2nd Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner Commonwealth, Avenue Brgy. Batasan, Quezon City[email protected] 
Field OperationDr. Maria Susan Vinluan
In-Charge
2nd Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner Commonwealth Avenue, Brgy. Batasan, Quezon City.[email protected]
Nutrition SectionMs. Minerva Victoria Perlada
Nutritionist-Dietitian III 
2nd Floor, Batasan Social Hygiene Clinic, IBP Road near corner Commonwealth Avenue, Brgy. Batasan Hills, Quezon City[email protected]
City Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CESU)Dr. Rolly Cruz
Dentist III
Quezon Memorial Circle,QCX  Elliptical Road, Quezon City8703-2759; 8703-4398

0916-1228628
0908-6398086
0931-0957737

 Spotlight 


Quezon City Health Facilities

Super Health Centers

These facilities serve both as a Health Center and a 24-hour operating Lying–in clinic and also provide basic health services.  Super Health Centers possess the necessary equipment for medical needs such as laboratory, dental services, breastfeeding services, lying-in clinic, and an ambulance.

DistrictSuper Health CentersLocationContact Person
ISan Francisco Super Health CentersH. San Francisco St. corner San Vicente St., Brgy. Damayan, Quezon CityDr. Mechael Angelo A. Marasigan
IIBatasan Hills Super Health Centers2 IBP Road, Brgy. Batasan Hills, Quezon CityDr. Elmira S. Dizon
IIBetty Go Belmonte Super Health Centers2nd Floor, 12 Artillery Road 
Brgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon City
Dr. Michelle G. Sanorio (MWF)
IIPayatas Super Health CentersDiamond Hills St., Brgy. Payatas, Quezon CityDr. Nomer T. Gumira
IIIMurphy Super Health Centers35 18th Avenue, Brgy. San Roque, Quezon CityDr. Bernardo A. Florendo
IVKamuning Super Health Centers19 T.Gener St. corner K5th St.,
Brgy. Kamuning, Quezon City
Dr. Tina Marie A. Sanchez- Lucila
VSta. Lucia Super Health CentersSta. Lucia Avenue, Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Quezon CityDr. Stephanie L. Daporacion
VArsenia De Jesus Maximo Super Health CenterQuirino Highway, Bgy Novaliches Proper, Quezon CityDr. Ma. Leah D. Chuca

Health Centers

Health Centers are community patient-directed establishments that deliver comprehensive culturally competent, high-quality, primary health care services to the nation’s most vulnerable individuals and families, including people experiencing homelessness, agricultural workers, and residents of public housing and veterans.

DistrictHealth FacilityAddressPhysician In Charge
IBago-Bantay Health Center84 Sto Niño St., Bgy. Alicia, Quezon CityDr. Kheizl Mae R. Bernardo
Bagong Pag-Asa Health Center36 Road 9 corner Road 10, Bagong Pag-asa, Quezon CityDr. Ferdinand C. Cavalida
Balingasa Health Center26 J Aquino Cruz St., Balingasa, Quezon CityDr. James Thomas A Candelaria (MWF)
La Loma Health Center225 Mariveles St., Laloma, Quezon CityDr. Gavina Aurora F. David (TThF)
Masambong Health Center8 Malac St., Masambong, Quezon CityDr. Jose Maria F. Fernandez
Mercedes De Joya Health CenterDapitan corner Mayon St., Bgy. Sta. Teresita, Quezon CityDr. Isabelita A. Vidanes
Paltok Health Center14 Matias St., Bgy Paltok, Quezon CityDr. Gracia M. Boliche
Project 6 Health Center58 Alley 3, Project 6, Quezon CityDr. Arnold E. Monteiro
Project 7 Health Center39 Bansalangin St., Veterans Village, Quezon CityDr. Krizia Chloe A. Linsangan
San Antonio Health Center38 San Jose St., San Antonio, Quezon CityDr James Thomas A Candelaria (TTh) / Dr. Bernadette G. Juico
San Jose Health Center27 Tinagan St., San Jose, Quezon CityDr. Gavina Aurora F. David (MW)
Toro Hills Health CenterRoad 11, Bahay Toro, Quezon CityDr. Shane D. Marte
IIBagong Silangan Health CenterBonifacio St., Bagong Silangan, Quezon CityDr. Joselito R. Paulino
Batasan Hills Annex Health CenterBill corner Saret Sts., Batasan Hills, Quezon CityDr. Ericka Joan R. Nera
Commonwealth Health CenterKatuparan St., Bgy Commonwealth, Quezon CityDr. Grace Lyn C. Maestro
Doña Nicasia Health Center689 Matapang St., Doña Nicasia Subdivision, Quezon CityDr. Grace Lyn C. Maestro
National Government Center Health CenterMRB Phase 1 Pilot Drive,  Bgy. Commonwealth, Quezon CityDr. Charice Leah A. Arcenas
Holy Spirit Health Center373 Sta Catalina St., Bgy Holy Spirit, Quezon CityDr. Miguel Gregorio M. Trespeses
Veterans Health Center6 Faustino St., Bgy Holy Spirit, Quezon CityDr. Michelle G. Sanorjo (TTh)
Payatas A Health CenterIlang-Ilang St., Bgy Payatas, Quezon CityDr. Ferdinand T. Agustin
Payatas B Health CenterBulacan St., Bgy Payatas, Quezon CityDr. Nomer Gumiran
Lupang Pangako Health CenterPhase 1 Lupang Pangako, Quezon CityDr. Melchor J. Gabagat
IIIE. Rodriguez Health Center150 Pajo St., Quezon CityDr. Fe S. Florendo
Ermin Garcia Health Center53 Cambridge St., Cubao, Quezon CityDr. Abraham Sp. Francisco
Escopa Health CenterP. Burgos St., Bgy Escopa, Quezon CityDr. Fe S. Florendo
Libis Health CenterE. Rodriguez Jr Avenue corner L. Pasco St, Libis, Quezon CityDr. Vincent-Lou R. Mendoza
Old Balara Health Center19 Doña Filomena St., Villa Beatriz, Old Balara, Quezon CityDr. Krys Raymond B. Lopez
Pansol Health CenterPlaza St., Pansol, Quezon CityDr. Charissa L. Alisuag
Project 4 Health CenterKalantiaw St. corner P. Tuazon Ave., Bgy Bagumbuhay, Quezon CityDr. Marilin R. Santos
Socorro Health Center1 15th Avenue, Bgy Socorro, Quezon CityDr. Bernardo A. Florendo
IVBernardo Health CenterMagsaysay Avenue (Former Ermin Garcia St), Bgy Pinagkaisahan, Quezon CityDr. Ma. Celestial O. Lazatin
Cubao Health Center22 Mayor Ignacio Diaz St., Bgy Kaunlaran, Quezon CityDr. Dimpna V. Bitagon
Galas Health Center45 Bayani St., Bgy San Isidro Labrador, Galas, Quezon CityDr. Tina Marie A. Sanchez-Lucila
General Roxas Health CenterMadre Silva St. corner Jasmin St., Roxas Dist, Quezon CityDr. Frances Rachelle M. Ordoñez
Kalayaan Health Center91 Guirayan St., Bgy Doña Imelda, Quezon CityDr. Emeterio M. Makalintal
Krus Na Ligas Health Center89 Lt. J. Francisco St., Bgy Kris Na Ligas, Quezon CityDr. Clairrol M. Astilla
Pinyahan Health Center37 Malakas St,. Bgy Pinyahan, Quezon CityDr. Marlon Joselito Roberto F. Molano
San Vicente Health CenterMaayusin Extension, Bgy San Vicente, Quezon CityDr. Dane Mikhael S. Calica
Tatalon Health Center33 Victory Avenue, Bgy Tatalon, Quezon CityDr. Eyrene V. Amoranto
VBagbag Health Center18 Parokya Ng Pagkabuhay Road, Bagbag, Quezon CityDr. Joyce Ann C. Mariano
Capri Health CenterNarra St. Area 5, Bgy Capri, Novaliches, Quezon CityDr. Josefa R. Abainza
Fairview Health CenterDahlia Avenue, Fairview, Quezon CityDr. Aida G. Carriaga
Gulod Health CenterVillaflor Village, Bgy Gulod, Quezon CityDr. Leafar Marie Sf. Acorda
Greater Lagro Health CenterBlk 47, Lot 1, Ascension Avenue, Greater Lagro, Quezon CityDr. Gloria T. Facun
Kaligayahan Health CenterKingfisher St. Zabarte Subdivision, Bgy Kaligayahan, Quezon CityDr. Maria Antonietta M. Molina
Maligaya Health CenterPechayan St, Maligaya Park Subd, Pasong Putik, Quezon CityDr. Jean Pauline S. Tee
Nagkaisang Nayon Health CenterTerio St. Fb, De Jesus, Sitio Damong Maliit, Quezon CityDr. Josefa R. Abainza
North Fairview Health CenterAvon St. North Fairview Park Subdivision, Quezon CityDr. Ma. Elena M. Ballon
San Bartolome Health CenterAngela Covered Court, Marcus St. Doña Faustina Subd., Quezon CityDr. Alfie Dt. Navarro
VIA. Samson Health Center150 Kaingin Road, Quezon CityDr. Haniel Luis C. Aberin
Banlat Health Center13 Daffodil St. corner Daisy St. Del Nacia I Village, T. Sora, Quezon CityDr. Margie U. Ibañez (MWTh)
Melchora Aquino Health CenterLoboc St Napocor Village Tandang SoraDr. Margie U. Ibañez (TF)
Baesa Health Center57 Baesa Road, Bgy Baesa, Quezon CityDr. Yanis A. Santiago (TWTh)
MH Pedro Health Center13 JP Eugenio St., Philand Drive, Pasong Tamo, Quezon CityDr. Napoleon M. Leonido
Sangandaan Health CenterPremium St, Bgy Sangandaan, Quezon CityDr. Yanis A. Santiago (MF)
Sauyo Health CenterGreenville Drive, Bgy Sauyo, Quezon CityDr. Amalia Iii Perpetua Olivia B. Esquivias (MWF)
Tandang Sora Health Center506 Quirino Highway, Talipapa People Civic Center, Bgy Talipapa, Quezon CityDr. Amalia Iii Perpetua Olivia B. Esquivias (TTh)
Wenceslao Dela Paz (Culiat) Health CenterSta. Felicia St, San Antonio Homes, Bgy Culiat, Quezon CityDr. Ofelia U. Telan

Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory

The Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory processes the samples from the coronavirus disease COVID-19 community testing center. The laboratory can process 500 to 1000 tests per day with only a one to two-day turnaround time. The laboratory can process not only COVID-19 tests but also other medical tests like tuberculosis, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and dengue. 

DistrictHealth FacilityAddressPhysician In Charge
IVMolecular Diagnostics Laboratory38 B Baluyot St. corner Masinsinan St. Krus Na Ligas, Quezon CityDr. Othaniel Philip R. Balisan

Animal Bite Treatment Centers

The Animal Bite Treatment Center offers treatment for animal bites. The center has available vaccines and injection shots especially made to prevent rabies symptoms and infections.

DistrictAnimal Bite CentersAddressPhysician In Charge
IProject 6 Animal Bite Treatment Center58 Alley 3 Proj. 6, Quezon City58 Alley 3 Proj. 6, Quezon CityDr. Arnold E. Monteiro
IIBatasan Hills Animal Bite Treatment Center2 IBP Road Batasan Hills 
Brgy. Batasan, Quezon City
Dr. Elmira A. Dizon
IIISocorro Animal Bite Treatment Center1 15th Avenue, Brgy. Socorro, Quezon CityDr. Bernardo A. Florendo
IVTatalon Animal Bite Treatment Center33 Victory Avenue, Brgy. Tatalon, Quezon CityDr. Emeterio Makalintal
VKaligayahan Animal Bite Center20 Kingfisher St., Zabarte Subdivision, Bgy. Kaligayahan, Quezon CityDr. Leah D. Chuca
VIMelchora Aquino Animal Bite Treatment CenterLoboc St., Napocor Village Tandang Sora, Quezon City Dr. Margie U. Ibañez (TF)

Lying–In Clinics 

Lying–in Clinics are maternity clinics for healthy pregnant women as an option for an affordable, if not free, cost of pregnancy and childbirth. If a pregnant woman is at high-risk, however, she will be referred to deliver the child at a hospital.

DistrictLying–In ClinicsAddressPhysician In Charge
ISan Francisco Lying-In ClinicH. Francisco St. corner San Vicente St., Brgy. Damayan, Quezon CityDr. Maria Rowdella A. Sarmiento
IIBagong Silangan Lying–In ClinicBonifacio St., Bagong Silangan, Quezon CityDr. Trinidad Aquino – Villar
IIBatasan Hills Lying–In Clinic        2 IBP Road, Brgy. Batasan Hills, Quezon CityDr. Khristine Dubhe G. Jadjuli
IIBetty Go Belmonte Lying–In Clinic Artillery Road, Garcia Heights, Brgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon CityDr. Jhoan Pilotin Cristobal
IIPayatas Lying–In ClinicDiamond Hills St., Brgy. Payatas, Quezon CityDr. Jhoan Pilotin Cristobal
IINational Government Center Lying-In ClinicMRB Compound, Pilot Drive, Bgy Commonwealth, Quezon CityDr. Angela Mae M. Arabe
IIIMurphy Lying–In Clinic 18th Avenue, Brgy. San Roque, Quezon CityDr. Maria Lourdes N. Jambora
IVKamuning Lying–In Clinic19 T. Gener St. corner K5th St., Brgy. Kamuning, Quezon CityDr. Tina Marie A. Sanchez – Lucila
VSta. Lucia Lying-In ClinicSta. Lucia Ave., Bgy. Sta Lucia, Quezon CityDr. Marilou V. Tavanlar
VArsenia De Jesus Maximo Lying–In ClinicQuirino Hi–way, Brgy. Novaliches, Quezon CityDr. Lauren S. Kagadan

Social Hygiene Clinics

Social Hygiene Clinics are responsible for the management, prevention, and control of sexually transmitted diseases (STD). The clinic’s services include providing diagnostic assessment, treatment, and care; promoting health and preventing STD and skin diseases through individual counseling and other health education activities; contact tracing for investigation and defaulters for treatment and follow-up. The clinic encourages male and female patients to avail of its services such as free testing and screening, treatment, free HIV counseling and other support services.

DistrictSocial Hygiene ClinicsAddressPhysician In Charge
IProject 7 Social Hygiene Clinic39 Bansalangin St., Veterans Village, Quezon CityDr. Angel A. Deguzman, Jr
IIBatasan Social Hygiene Clinic 2 IBP Road, Batasan Hills,  Quezon CityDr. Xeres A. Sabarre
IVBernardo Social Hygiene  Magsaysay Avenue
(Former Ermin Garcia St.), Brgy. Pinagkaisahan, Quezon City
Dr. Ma. Celestial O. Lazatin
VArsenia De Jesus Maximo Social Hygiene Dona Isaura Maagap St. Bautista Bldg., Bgy. Novaliches, Quezon CityDr. Ellani A. Roldan

Sundown or Klinika

Sundown/Klinika is a type of Social Hygiene Clinic that provides free consultation, treatment, and counselling services for men who have sex with men (MSM) and those men vulnerable to the human immunodeficiency virus. It encourages also females to seek consultation and treatment counseling. Prevention and control are the top priority programs of the facility.

DistrictSundown or KlinikaAddressPhysician In Charge
IKlinika Project 7 39 Bansalangin St., Veterans Village, Quezon CityDr. Angel A. Deguzman
IIKlinika Batasan 2 IBP Road, Batasan Hills,  Quezon CityDr. Xeres A. Sabarre
IVKlinika BernardoMagsaysay Avenue
(Former Ermin Garcia St.), Brgy. Pinagkaisahan, Quezon City
Dr. Leonel John B. Ruiz
VKlinika Novaliches Dona Isaura Maagap St. Bautista Bldg., Bgy. Novaliches, Quezon CityDr. Ellani A. Roldan

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