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Health service delivery in the Iloilo is developed into primary dual administration systems run by public and private agencies. Public health services are mainly delivered with the technical aid of the national government agencies. On the other hand, the private sector delivers services through hospitals, freestanding clinics, and group practice or polyclinics.
Iloilo’s health sector has suffered from the Coronavirus disease outbreak, but the news is not completely negative. The healthcare sector is the obvious beneficiary yet the attractiveness of some information technology and artificial intelligence companies has also been enhanced.
Recognized for high-quality medical and health professionals, investment in health care solutions is a competitive strategy, Iloilo is home to a pool of highly skilled health professionals with a broad range of expertise. Iloilo also offers an innovative environment for healthcare, with first-rate academic institutions, research networks, and numerous partnership opportunities.
In response to COVID-19 pandemic, Iloilo City has established a total of five (5) COVID testing facility with three facility completed and two awaiting completion. The facility is capable of releasing the same day or a 12 hour turnaround time.
- Establishment and operation of general and specialty hospitals, and other medical/healthcare facilities
- Medical/Healthcare facilities such as Custodial Care facilities including geriatric care and drug rehabilitation centers; Diagnostic/Therapeutic facilities (excluding Clinical Laboratory, Drug Testing Laboratory, Laboratory for Drinking Water Analysis); and specialized Out-Patient facilities