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    Medical Assistance

    OVP continues to provide medical assistance during the Enhanced Community Quarantine through Guarantee Letters (GLs) in collaboration with its partner Service Providers (network listed below) for faster service in assisting poor, marginalized, vulnerable, and disadvantaged individuals. The list of requirements will be provided through the Service Provider.

    Medical Assistance Application Form: Download Form

    Service Providers that have a Memorandum of Agreement with OVP for Medical Assistance

    As of September 25, 2020

    Government Hospitals in Metro Manila

    1. Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital /Tala Hospital (Caloocan City)

    2. East Avenue Medical Center (Quezon City)

    3. Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center (Manila)

    4. Lung Center of the Philippines (Quezon City)

    5. National Children’s Hospital (Quezon City)

    6. Navotas City Hospital (Navotas City)

    7. Philippine Children’s Medical Center (Quezon City)

    8. Philippine Orthopedic Center (Quezon City)

    9. Philippine Heart Center (Quezon City)

    10. Philippine General Hospital (Manila)

    11. Rizal Medical Center (Pasig City)

    12. Valenzuela Medical Center (Valenzuela City) Private Hospitals in Metro Manila

    13. Manila Central University-Filemon D. Tanchoco Sr. Medical Foundation, Inc. (Caloocan City)

    14. Manila Doctors Hospital (Manila)

    15. Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital (Manila)

    16. University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center Inc. (Quezon City)


    Dialysis Centers

    17. A+ Dialysis Center (Quezon City, Metro Manila)

    18. B. Braun Avitum Philippines, Inc. (see company website for branches)

    19. St. John Biocare and Dialysis Center (see company website for branches)

    20. St. Theresa Dialysis Center (see company website for branches)

    21. Therapy Management Services Philippines, Inc. (see company website for branches)


    Government Hospitals in Luzon

    22. Batangas Medical Center (Batangas City, Batangas)

    23. Bicol Medical Center (Naga City, Camarines Sur)

    24. Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital (Legaspi City, Albay)

    25. Dr. Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Medical Center (Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija)

    26. Jose B. Lingad Memorial General Hospital (San Fernando City, Pampanga)

    27. Talavera General Hospital (Talavera, Nueva Ecija)


    Government Hospitals Visayas

    28. Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (Bacolod, Negros Occidental)

    29. Don Emilio Del Valle Memorial Hospital (Ubay, Bohol)

    30. Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center (Tacloban City, Leyte)

    31. Eversley Childs Sanitarium Hospital (Mandaue City, Cebu)

    32. Gov. Celestino Gallares Memorial Medical Center (Tagbilaran City, Bohol)

    33. Schistosomiasis Control and Research Hospital (Palo, Leyte)

    34. St. Anthony Mother and Child Hospital (Cebu City, Cebu)

    35. Talisay District Hospital (Talisay City, Cebu)

    36. Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center (Cebu City, Cebu)

    37. Western Visayas Sanitarium (Santa Barbara, Iloilo)


    Government Hospital in Mindanao

    38. Amai Pakpak Medical Center ( Marawi, Lanao Del Sur)


    When Clients’ circumstances prevent them from availing services from OVP’s Service Delivery Network, Clients can apply directly with OVP through its Drop Box available from 8 AM – 12 NN, Monday to Friday, at the ground floor of Ben-Lor Bldg., 1184 Quezon Ave., Quezon City. These cases include:

    (a) Payment of hospital bills (i.e. services already incurred) and OVP does not have a MOA with the Service Provider that has already incurred the expenses.

    (b) The Client faces financial difficulties in traveling to any of the Service Providers in OVP’s network as listed below Medical Assistance outside of OVP’s Service Delivery Network may take longer due to the need to coordinate payment of the Medical Assistance to the Service Provider on behalf of the Client.

    CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTS WHERE TO SECURE
    Original Copy of the Endorsement Letter signed by the Medical Social Worker of the Service Provider/Hospital and addressed to OVP Service Provider/Hospital
    Include bank details of hospital for assistance outside OVP Service Delivery Network (not listed on website)
    Original Copy of the Application Form (see Annex A), filled up and signed by the client and/or authorized representative (if applicable) OVP, Public Assistance Division
    Original or Certified True Copy of Social Case Study Report DSWD or Licensed Social Worker
    Original or Certified True Copy of Medical Records Attending Physician
    Photocopy of one (1) valid Identification Card (ID) of Client or Representative, if applicable Client

    Clients may receive medical assistance from OVP only once every twelve (12) months.

    Those confined in suite rooms, private rooms or private wards by choice are ineligible. If the confinement in such rooms was not by choice, the Client must request the Service Provider to issue a certificate stating that the confinement was beyond the Client’s control due to any of the following reasons:

    (a) Emergency cases

    (b) Non-availability of ward services

    (c) Cases of communicable disease requiring isolation

    (d) Cases requiring intensive care

    (e) Chronic and catastrophic cases requiring prolonged admission.

    See detailed steps and timelines in OVP’s Citizen’s Charter (link to Citizen’s Charter)

    For additional clarifications, you may contact OVP’s Public Assistance Division through 0998 591 7463 or pad@ovp.gov.ph.

    Medical Assistance Application Form: Download Form