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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #90 on: March 23, 2012, 03:30:30 PM »
^naku sis, mukhang nalito nga ako. ito ang st vincent - http://wikimapia.org/903907/St-Vincent-Hospital
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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #91 on: July 28, 2012, 07:59:34 AM »
share lang po..recently lang po ako naganak via cs section.sa  st.vincent po me nanganak at si dra.pinky chan ang o.b ko..ok po ang service,facility,equipment  at yung mga nurse nila. 70k yung inabot ng bill namin kasi wala na available na private room kaya suite na yung kinuha namin, all in all 51k yung na cash namin kasi ibinawas pa yung philihealth dun sa 70k..

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #92 on: September 11, 2012, 12:00:19 AM »
You can try VT Hosp at the backof Marquinton. DR flor nucum holds clinic there every Sat 8-10am. Very accomodating and mura pa. She also have her own lying in - My Choice Clinic at Santolan, Pasig. You can text her anytime 09175264263 / 09198585350 / 09333727872.

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #93 on: September 11, 2012, 02:24:30 AM »
Joining... Ako sa st vincent pinanganak 2 baby ko. Ok naman facilities nila dun lalo sa new building. Nasa  50k lang inabot bill ko tapos less philhealth pa, mga 30 + na lang din cash out namin. Kaso sumablay sila sa mga staff sa er, wala sila "sharp shooter " sa swero pagdating sa mga bata and hindi sila ganon kaepektibo sa mga dengue cases. Nalaman ko lang lahat to simula nung magkasakit baby ko nun. tinusok tusok sa er tapos dengue daw agad findings nila. Duda kami kaya nilipat namin sa markina valley si baby. Ayun isang tusukan lang and 3 days measles lang, hindi dengue findings nung nirecommend samin na pedia. Magaling yung pedia ngayon ni baby at very accomodating pa. Pag emergency dali matawagan kahit sa text sumasagot. Unlike ibang pedia hirap kontakin.

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #94 on: November 14, 2012, 11:36:34 AM »
mine sa Marikina Valley hospital.. Normal + private room for 2 days + new born screening nasa 50k pero pag may discount fr OB, Pedia and anesthesiologist more or less nasa 35 to 40k

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #95 on: November 16, 2012, 01:02:56 PM »
askko lang po kahit po ba dito sa Marikina kapag holiday double-pay ang babayaran mo sa hospital? kasi ganun daw sa makati Med eh. wag naman sana kasi baka pasko ko manganak eh. haist

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #96 on: November 19, 2012, 10:44:14 AM »
With my first baby: Sta. Monica Hospital, total of 25k NSD, ward na yun at wala pa akong 12 hours nun. Gave birth at 3pm, checked out at 11am the next day. With my 2nd baby, Marikina Valley naman. 3 days stay on a ward na nagkataong ako lang ang patient. Total bill was 70k, 50k less Philhealth. 10k dun eh sa pagstay ni baby for three days sa NICU. That was in 2009.. Not sure lang how much ngayon.

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #97 on: November 19, 2012, 05:10:37 PM »
Joining... Ako sa st vincent pinanganak 2 baby ko. Ok naman facilities nila dun lalo sa new building. Nasa  50k lang inabot bill ko tapos less philhealth pa, mga 30 + na lang din cash out namin. Kaso sumablay sila sa mga staff sa er, wala sila "sharp shooter " sa swero pagdating sa mga bata and hindi sila ganon kaepektibo sa mga dengue cases. Nalaman ko lang lahat to simula nung magkasakit baby ko nun. tinusok tusok sa er tapos dengue daw agad findings nila. Duda kami kaya nilipat namin sa markina valley si baby. Ayun isang tusukan lang and 3 days measles lang, hindi dengue findings nung nirecommend samin na pedia. Magaling yung pedia ngayon ni baby at very accomodating pa. Pag emergency dali matawagan kahit sa text sumasagot. Unlike ibang pedia hirap kontakin.

sis, normal ka or cs? isang option din kasi namin yung st vincent eh. sino ob mo dun?

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #98 on: May 08, 2013, 11:53:47 AM »
Naguluhan naman ako: Iisang hospital ba ang St. Vincent at St. Anthony sa Marikina? Pinalitan lang ba yung name?

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #99 on: May 08, 2013, 05:50:27 PM »
Hello Mommies! Just want to know how much is the maternity package for CS in St. Vincent Hospital (private room). Kasama na ba ang Doctors fee dito? I'm due this July na. My OB is Dra. Malong.

Thanks for your reply.

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #100 on: May 09, 2013, 05:26:46 PM »
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Hi Jade!!!
I'm turning 31 weeks tom. Pinapa CAS na ko ni Dra. Malong sa May 22. tinanong ko na rin sya magkano magagastos namin dahil repeat cs ako... 45-50 k daw sabi ni dra. kung may philhealth. sa st. vincent din ako manganganak.. tinanong ko rin si dra. kung pwede ak osa ward,, sabi niya basta may available, pwede naman daw, kasi nagtitipid kami eh.. hehe.. pwede na daw ako manganak sa June 25-July 5,, kaya mamili na daw ako.. :)
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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #101 on: May 10, 2013, 02:14:13 AM »
Hi mga mommies, sorry ngayon lang ulit nakasilip dito. Sis louiss cs ako sa st vincent, si dra quion ob ko, magaling n ob din yun , kumbaga beterana na ;)

@PinkyshKate
Parang magkaiba ata yun sis kasi st vincent na daw dati pa yun, isa sa mga pioneer n hospital in marikina.

@jade1022
Depende pa rin sa mga ob sis mga package pero kadalasan di rin naman nasusunod yung mga binibigay nilang amount pag andyan n yung bills eh ;)
« Last Edit: May 15, 2013, 12:05:48 AM by toughmom »

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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #102 on: May 13, 2013, 08:04:46 PM »
tinanong ko na rin sya magkano magagastos namin dahil repeat cs ako... 45-50 k daw sabi ni dra. kung may philhealth. sa st. vincent din ako manganganak..

Hi Mommy Karen!
thanks for d info! Meaning yung quote na 45- 50K kasama na ang room sa St Vincent? Ipon-ipon pa, hehe! Good luck sa panganganak mo! I had my CAS last last wk, sinamantala ko na ang libre ng friend ko, kahit wala pa ang advice ng OB. Anyway, thank God, ok ang result. Hope everything is fine with you as well!
God bless!
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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
« Reply #103 on: May 13, 2013, 08:18:46 PM »
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Thanks Sis sa info! Hopefully ang rate na quote nila is hindi nalalayo sa actual expenses. thanks again!
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Re: Hospital and Maternity Rate in Marikina
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