MISSION

We will be known as a Christ-centered medical institution focused on delivering the best quality of medical care.

VISION

To make a difference in the lives of the sick by providing high quality hospital care through the Camillian Way of serving the sick, especially the poor, with heart in our hands.

CORE VALUES

> Patient-centered
> Teamwork
> Excellence in Quality
> Competitiveness
> Cleanliness
> Spiritual Growth
> Social Responsibility
ST. CAMILLUS MEDICAL CENTER: THE INSTITUTION (FOR 33 YEARS) THE BEGINNINGS: AS A POLYCLINIC (FOR 26 YEARS)

In 1986, the St. Camillus Polyclinic of Pasig was established as one of its healthcare institutions, catering to the healthcare needs of the surrounding communities, parishes and industrial companies for 26 years to date. It is a multi- specialty clinic owned and operated by the Ministers of the Infirm (The Camillians).

It provides healthcare services in the communities of Pasig City, Marikina City, Cainta and Antipolo City.

In 2006, St. Camillus Polyclinic of Pasig expanded its services with new, bigger and better facilities and modern equipment. It is our calling to be innovative in improving healthcare delivery, to restore well-being, to relieve and prevent suffering and to be a community of persons in service to others.

UPGRADING TO A HOSPITAL (NOW ON ITS 7TH YEAR)

In 2007, the project to upgrade St. Camillus Polyclinic of Pasig to a hospital was conceptualized. This was in keeping with the Polyclinic’s vision to provide “total care of the sick, according to the signs of the times”. The upgrade of services from outpatient services to provision of both outpatient and inpatient healthcare services was aimed to attain this purpose. A feasibility study was conducted and the project was presented to the Camillian Fathers. The project was finally approved in 2010.

On November 12, 2012, St. Camillus Medical Center opened its hospital services to the community. It is a tertiary hospital, currently with a 40-bed capacity but with a permit to construct the structural expansion for an additional 60 beds. Its formal inauguration was held on November 16, 2012

Its facilities include a tertiary laboratory with drug testing, HIV testing and newborn screening.

The Medical Imaging services include x-ray, general ultrasound, ob-gynecology ultrasound and CT scan.

The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center offers physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, electromyography and nerve conduction velocity (EMG-NCV) test and Musculoskeletal Ultrasound.

2D-Echography with Color Doppler, Carotid Scan, Duplex Scan, Stress Echo, Treadmill Stress Test and ECG are available at the Heart Station.

The Respiratory Therapy Unit provides Pulmonary Function Test (Spirometry), Arterial Blood Gas Analysis, mechanical ventilators and nebulization.

Its Dental Clinic services include General Dentistry, Orthodontics and dental x-ray examinations.

The SCMC Directly Observed Treatment Short-Course for Tuberculosis (D.O.T.S.) Center is also a referral center for multiple drug resistance (MDR) cases. In 2011, it was given the Achievement Award by the Department of Health (D.O.H.) and Philippine Coalition Against Tuberculosis (PhilCAT) for consistently achieving all targets set for an outpatient polyclinic-based D.O.T.S Center since it was established in 2007.