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The Philipine Heart Center (PHC) hospital is a 354-bed
tertiary care center situated in Quezon City. The istitution initially known as
the Philippine Heart Center of Asia was established through Presidential Decree
No. 673 and was inaugurated on Valentine’s Day (February 14) in 1975. It caters
to various medical and surgical hospital services, particularly in the field of
Cardiology.

 

Apart from the facility’s specialization in the field
of Cardiology, it boasts of it’s Pulmonology Department. The specialists in
Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Division of the Philippine Heart Center
provide an extensive consultative, diagnostic and therapeutic services for adult
and pediatric patients with a variety of common and unusual illnesses that
affect the lungs and breathing. Cutting-edge technology in the field of pulmonary
medicine is used provide par excellence quality of care to outpatients and
inpatients, including those in the intensive care units. Clinical expertise,
research and education are integrated to provide the best care available while
advancing the science of pulmonary and critical care medicine for the future.

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The Philippine Heart Center started its Pulmonary and
Critical Care Fellowship Training in 1976 and is the first training center in
the field for both Adult and Pediatric Pulmonology. The founding of this
training program began under the leadership of Dr. Teresita S. De Guia, now
known as the “Mother of Pulmonology” in the Philippines. The PHC hospital is
proud to be the only institution in the country to be offering a 3-year
trainining program in the field of Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine. Accepting
only diplomates of the Philippine College of Physicians (PCP) to train as
fellows, the first two years are devoted to prime and mold its the trainees in
basic pulmonary and critical care medicine. The third year of the fellowship
training was designed to hone leaders in becoming the forefronts in Clinical
Research in either Critical Care, Bronchoscopy, Rehabilitation or Sleep
Medicine. It is the mission of the faculty to ensure that each fellow can
pursue subpecialization that matches their interests and prepares them for a
successful career. To that end, the Pulomonary/Critical Care Division of the
PHC has a long track record of supporting fellows in their pursuit of excellence.
Regardless of the pathway selected, fellows receive mentorship from experienced
faculty, have access to world class hands-on and didactic training and the have
the opportunity to participate in career development activities.