Bariles and his group of GenSan bloggers were among the privileged few who were invited to tour the newly-constructed 3rd floor of the St. Elizabeth Hospital a week before it was unveiled to the public.
Hospital Administrator Tony Veneracion, husband of Bariles Republic’s good friend Petite of Sud-An Grill and Restaurant, proudly showed them around the area which boasts of 18 new private rooms, 15 new suites, six executive rooms and a deluxe room, totalling to 40 sparkling new rooms.
St. Elizabeth Hospital Administrator Tony Veneracion (extreme right) orients some of the GenSan Bloggers on the new 3rd Floor’s facilities
All of these are equipped with state-of-the art beds and overhead paging panels plus a flat-screen 24-inch telelevision each for every room. And in terms of manning, aside from hiring 18 new nurses and six housekeeping staff they have also trained four nursing aides to act as “butlers” for the needs of their patients and their watchers.
Earlier during the tour, Bariles and the GenSan bloggers were immediately blown over by a spacious lounge complete with comfortable sofa and couches which greeted them upon reaching the third floor.
Other than providing a whole new dimension in health care services, Tony hope that with their expansion, they can also contribute to the city government’s goal in promoting health and wellness services for locals and visitors alike.
Currently, St. Elizabeth Hospital admits around 40-50 patients daily, most of which are children, a fact which is not lost on Tony and the hospital’s administration since they have about 25 specialists, 15 of which are pediatricians, where 9 are resident doctors.
They also have 150 nurses currently including the new hires for the 3rd floor.
St. Elizabeth’s expansion does not end here since they are still upgrading their facilities, starting with their next project – the renovation of their old wing. This is in line with their inclusion as “pilot test hospital” in Philhealth’s accreditation program for health care institutions who have passed their “seven quality standards“. Among these are patient’s safety, patient’s rights, quality management, etc.
From left, Mrs. Bebe-i Gonzales, Councilor Jong Gonzalez, City Administrator Mar Dospueblos, Mr. & Mrs. Jesus Veneracion prepare to cut the ribbon during the inauguration of the 3rd floor on March 30. 2009
A priest proceeds with the blessing of the 3rd floor.
Tony added, “This accreditation process has been ongoing since 2007 and it’s a very tedious thing. Less than 30% of the hospitals in the country have passed Philhealth’s standards. We are proud to say that in Region 12, we are the only institution they have chosen to be the pilot hospital and we are already in the final stage of evaluation.”
The gorgeous Veneracion women (including Petite, of Sud-An) with Dionisia Pacquiao
Sarangani Governor Migs Dominguez and Tony Veneracion
Congratulations Tony V and to the rest of the St. Elizabeth Hospital Family. With you leading the way, there is no doubt that very soon, St. Elizabeth will be known as South Central Mindanao’s premier health and wellness institution.
After the tour: (from left) Tanchi, Rammyboi, Samara Fae, Rosilie, Arnel, Tammy Rose, Jinky, Gilbert, Bariles, Tony V and Sheng. Photo taken by Kyawster.
Thanks to Leonard Pe and Tanchi for the rest of the photos.
how to contact to miss petite veneracion guys.. i have something to tell her
i got two classmates in elementary who were VENERACIONS. There names are CATHERINE and JESUS… i wonder where they are now….
May we ask about the total cost of building the entire St. Elizabeth hospital?
@sankoi, sorry. No info on that.
gud p.m po ask lang ak un mother she has a melanoma cancer…i just want to know kung anong klaseng paggagamot ang gagawin nyo skanya f ever dalhin ko s inyo..
i’m proud to be part of st. elizabeth family(2001-2005)phic staff!!!
Tanong ko lang po, bakit po pag nanganak ka ng normal delivery, ang charged ay sa operating room? Bakit ganoon? di naman sya na-CS?
Ang pagpalit ng bedsheet ay every other day! Dapat po araw-araw para po malinis ang pasyente!
Ang binayaran namin po sa hospital lang ng nanay ay mahigit P21,000 pwera pa PF ng doctor, hospital bill ng baby at PF ng baby!
Di po ba sobra na ito kasi normal delivery lang po sya?
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We should not only be looking into the expansion of the structure but should also consider upgrading our equipment. I had my father admitted on that hospital but the doctors attended on the case could not even give a clear result of the medical examination. They want my father to undergo an operation that even them do not know the clear aim of that operation.
Mga bobo mga doctor dyan sa St. Elizabeth. Magbigay kayo ng tamang serbisyo kasi binabayaran kayo ng mahal!!!
wow!!! ang ganda!!! pwede na e-compete sa mga VIP’s room dito sa saudi na pinagtatrabahuan ko.
hopefully makawork din ako jan when i come back for good sa general santos city.
Congatulations to all!!!!
wow, amazing photos from the newly opened 3rd floor of SEHI. Thumbs up….
Great news…by far SEH is one of the most organized hospitals here in Gensan…
“nursing aides to act as “butlers” ” – whoa… parang hirap nito
i-digest. . .
ito na yung blog ko about this bossing.. thanks for inspiring newbie bloggers!
bossing..i might blog about it.. 🙂
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congrats,st.elizabeth…the design of the new building is nice…
tolitss last blog post..my first plurkfiesta in envy me salon
galing ako st. elizabeth kanina sir..dun kasi na confine papa ko..
ka-nice talaga ng rooms nila sa new building..samsung flat screen talaga..sosyal!ganda pa ng kulay ng room nila..beige and white lang..di masakit sa mata..
nung pababa na kami sabi pa ng eldest kid ko “Mama.where’s the elevator?”…feeling nya talaga nasa hotel sya..hehehe..
congrats sa St. Elizabeth management and staff…
Thanks a lot sir avel…
am always be a GENSANITE and am very grateful of that…
st elizabeth.. iaccept na ako application.. huhuhuu.
magkano naman ang rate per room respectively, sir?
Nice one. Finally a major facelift.
Congrats to Tony V. & the management & staff of St. Elizabeth Hospital. Relaxing pati kulay ng suite rooms…
Gensan is really going for it… it would be no wonder if sometime soon it would be one of the advance cities in mindanao and be put in the world map of develop cities! blogging is one aspect to market development in mindanao… good for you bariles!
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congratulations to the management and staff of St. Elizabeth Hospital, Inc for their expansion… the vision of sir Tony Boy Veneracion in providing better health care system in gensan is highly commendable..
we could say gensan has a reputable hospital who can compete with others..
am VERY PROUD to say i enhanced my nursing skills in that hospital…
good luck in your PHILHEALTH accreditation..! keep aiming high!
tnx for the info kuya avel. i’ll be referring to your post for my own post of St. Elizabeth 😀
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and am proud to say kami ang una nakagamit sa ROOM 305..
flat screen ang tv..
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with this development, i’m pretty sure that all of the hospitals in the city will follow suit… a “facelift” of an institution is always welcome news as it shows us that they are more into the well-being of the general public as they serve them with quality service in healthcare… congratulations to ST. ELIZABETH HOSPITAL on this development… and kudos is due to the owners, and management of the hospital…
let me greet my cousin who works in this hospital… hello, ANGGA… nindota sa inyong bag-ong expansion sa… hehehe… 🙂
unta daghang activities karong summer, kay mouli ko (hopefully) in a few weeks…
woot! sana tuloy-tuloy ang development!
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@tanchi, Tony V assured us that it will be a non-stop drive to further improve their services and facilities which augurs well for the city. 🙂
@gensanite, hahaha! May greetings on the side pa ha? If only we could get some St. Elizabeth staff to comment here, too. Then parang FORUM na tuloy. But I agree with you, ryan that this will result to other hospitals following suit the great example of St. Elizabeth.
@dimple, really? Hehehe! It’s really impressive! Imagine??? Flat TV’s in every room??? That’s usually reserved for hotel suites! I hope you can blog about your experience there. Thanks. 🙂
@rammyboi, hi! Promise? I will watch out for your blog post about our tour up on the 3rd floor of St. Elizabeth. 🙂
@bravo six, am pretty sure that Tony V owes much to his workers including you in his fruitful pursuit to provide the generals with world-class health care services. It is touching to note that you have not forgotten your roots here in GenSan. Good luck on your career, wherever you are. And keep checking back. Ayo-ayo! 🙂
@odin, magandang gensan! Blogging about our particular localities is our gift to the world! Thanks for your constant presence here my friend. You need to blog about Makilala, too! 🙂