“A smiling face is the mirror of
our body and can heal sick patients” – Last March I came here for check-up. I
was then referred to Dr. Espinosa so I went to his clinic. He sent me back here
for EEG. The staff downstairs at the front office did the EEG for me right away
so I had the time to go back to Dr. Espinosa who interpreted the result. It was
done so fast that we had the time to go back to Ilocos that same day. I thank
the staff very much. To Lorma as a whole, thank you so much and may God bless
you all. All the staff and employees of Lorma Hospital are very friendly. I’m
very glad to see their smiling faces every morning. Keep up your good work!!!
Thank you for my pleasant stay at Lorma.
Keep up the excellent care & service. Dr. Nelson Gundran is very patient, good
physician. He listens well to patient’s complaints. He shows happy disposition.
Hope he’ll be a fellow soon.
“I have been supplied with newspapers
everyday. I had been to big and modern hospital in Manila, and it’s only here
that we are given newspaper. Nursing personnel – prompt in doing things
for patients’ comfort. Very good big, and clean trash cans."
“My thanks to Dr. Gamboa and MCO in the ER who gave a helping hand during my life and death situation. I can’t forget all of you who gave me my second life and of course to our beloved God Almighty who used your hospital to help me survive. I was so satisfied. In behalf of my small kids, husband and my relatives, thank you very much! God bles you all!” – From 2A (Ward)
Lorma hospital has improved a lot when it comes to services. The personnel are so caring and they always offer a friendly smile. I am happy to see some interns who were my former students in high school. They are so cheerful and fresh looking which help the patients recover fast. LORMA EXCELLENT! – From Rm. 222
Admission at Lorma Medical Center
The admitting officer will register your name and other details before
calling your doctor, except in an emergency. If you were previously
confined at Lorma Medical Center, you can help by giving the
approximate date of your last confinement or by presenting your Golden
Health Card. (If you do not have such a card please request it from
the Billing Office upon discharge). If you are too ill to give the
necessary information, a member of your family may register for you.
The party responsible for your hospitalization will be asked to sign
for you. Your consent for hospital care, for operation, or for other
procedures will be taken. If you are unable to sign or if you are of
minor age your parents or guardian will be asked to sign for you.
"We are told that God is a very great help in times of trouble. We can accept or refuse His help. We may drift with the winds of adversity or make use of His power."
TIME OF ARRIVAL
The hospital is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For the early completion of routine and other required laboratory procedures, it is advisable to come during daytime, between 8 A.M. to 6 P.M., for cases that are not emergency in nature.
WHAT TO BRING
Only personal effects that you are sure to need such as comb, toothbrush and toothpaste, shaving equipment, slippers and underwear should be brought along. Although we provide pajamas and nightgowns, it is advisable to bring extras together with a dressing gown or bed jacket. We strongly advise against bringing watches and other valuables to the hospital. THE HOSPITAL STAFF AND MANAGEMENT ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF THESE ITEMS. If you have cash or other valuables you should deposit these with the hospital cashier for safekeeping. GIVE YOUR PAYMENTS ONLY TO THE HOSPITAL CASHIER AND DEMAND A RECEIPT.
WARNING! IN THE PAST, A PATIENT ENTRUSTED HER PAYMENT TO A FEMALE STRANGER WHO SWINDLED HER FUNDS.
may be brought to your room but please be considerate of the other
patients in its use, and keep the volume low. Other items such as
"An honest talk
with God is the first step to finding peace of mind."
Please do not leave
your valuables unattended.
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