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CY 2012 PHYSICAL PLAN BED NO. 2

Agency/Bureau/Operating Unit: Department: DOH

Jose B. Lingad Memorial Regional Hospital

MAJOR FINAL KEY OR MAJOR

OUTPUTS (MFO)/

PROGRAMS/

Poverty Reduction and Empowerment of the

REMARKS

Poor and Vulnerable

IMPLEMEN-

Performane

PROJECTS

TATION

Indicators (Pis)

KRA 2 2nd

1st

TOTAL

4th

3rd

MFO# 4 - Tertiary and Other Specialized Health Care A. Hospital Services No. of in-patients treated

1. In-Patient

1. Occupancy Rate

4500

4650

4500

4600

100%

100%

100%

100%

0.40%

0.40%

0.40%

0.40%

3%

3%

3%

3%

18250

2. Nosocomial Infection Rate - % of hospital acquired infections 3. Net Death Rates - Death beyond 48 hrs. after admission 4. Cost/bed day - 3rd Level Referral Hospital 5. % of MODE used for drugs & supplies

175

175

175

175

40%

40%

40%

40%

6. % of filled & unfilled prescriptions by hospital pharmacy - Filled

85%

85%

85%

85%

- Unfilled

15%

15%

15%

15%

0.10%

0.10%

0.10%

0.10%

0.70%

0.70%

0.70%

0.70%

4%

4%

4%

4%

8%

8%

8%

8%

1.75%

1.75%

1.75%

1.75%

3.50%

3.50%

3.50%

3.50%

1.80%

1.80%

1.80%

1.80%

7. Percentage of Philhealth enrolled members (by type) patients against admission : a. OWWA - Member - Dependent b. Indigent - Member - Dependent c. Self-Employed - Member - Dependent d. Employed - Private Employee

5%

5%

5%

5%

- Govt. Employee

0.40%

0.40%

0.40%

0.40%

- Dependent

0.90%

0.90%

0.90%

0.90%

0.30%

0.30%

0.30%

0.30%

0.10%

0.10%

0.10%

0.10%

4%

4%

4%

4%

- Dependent

e. Non-Paying - Members - Dependent 8. Percentage of Internally generated funds for indigent patients against total budget 9. Ratio of hospital income to hospital budget 2. Out-Patient

No. of consultations

3. Emergency Room Cases

No. of patients treated

1:3

1:3

1:3

1:3

15000

15000

15000

15000

60000

6000

6000

6000

6000

24000

125000

125000

125000

125000

500000

7500

7500

7500

7500

30000

80000

80000

80000

80000

320000

4. Ancillary Services 4.1 Laboratory Services 4.1.1 Laboratory Examinations

No. of Laboratory exams done

4.2 X-ray Services

No. of x-ray procedures done

4.3 Pharmacy ( Including GMA 50 )

No. of prescriptions filled

4.4 Rehabilitation/Physical Therapy

No. of patients treated

500

500

500

500

2000

4.5 Dental Services

No. of patients treated

350

350

350

350

1400

4.6 Psychiatry

No. of patients treated

1250

1250

1250

1250

5000

50

50

50

50

200

B. Public Health Programs 1. Health education/promotion and advocacy of DOH priority programs including NHIP

No. of Advocacy/lectures conducted including NHIP

2. Implementation of public health services: 2.1 Child Health Care 2.1.1 EPI

No. of patients immunized

2250 ,

2250

2250

2250

9000

2.1.2 New Born Screening

No. of newborn children screened

1250,

1250

1250

1250

5000

100

100

100

400

2.2 TB Dots

No. of patients treated

100

2.3 Anti-rabies immunization

No. of patients immunized

250'

250

250

250

1000

2.4 Dengue Control

No. of patients treated

250

250

250

250

1000

No. of Ligation/Vasectomy Done

125

125

125

125

500

400

1700

2.5 Women's Health 2.5.1 Family Planning 2.5.1.1 Voluntary Sterilization Including ltenerant team 2.5.1.2 Non-Surgical 2.6 Physical Fitness of employees

No. of Acceptors No. of Fitness Activities/Games

400 2x/wk

450 2x/wk

450 2x/wk

2x/wk

2.7 Screening Factors: 2.7.1 Diabetes

No. of patients treated

125

125

125

125

500

2.7.2 Hypertension/cholesterol

No. of patients treated

250

250

250

250

1000

2.8.1 Papsmear

No. of patients screened

125

125

125

125

500

2.8.2 Breast Examination

No. of patients screened

200

200

200

200

800

2.8.3 Digital Rectal Examination

No. of patients screened

150

200

200

150

700

1000

4500

2000

9000

2.8 Cancer Control & Prevention

2.9 Visual Health 2.9.1 Blindness Prevention 3. Implementation of waste segregation

No. of patients screened Waste segregation implemented

1100 x

1200 x

1200 x

x

C. Provision of blood services to communities 1. National Voluntary Blood Donation Program

No. of Blood Donors Screened

2000

2500

2500

2

1

D. Disaster Preparedness & Response - First Aide trainig/seminar

No. of trainings conducted

- Simulation fire/earthquake drill

No. of drills conducted

- Procurement of emergency supplies

Emergency supplies & medicines procured

1

1

1 x

x

1 x

x

S


KEY OR MAJOR PROGRAMS/

MAJOR FINAL OUTPUTS (MFO)/

Poverty Reduction and Empowerment of the

REMARKS

Poor and Vulnerable

IMPLEMEN-

Performane

PROJECTS

TATION

Indicators (Pis)

_ ,

1st

2nd

KRA 2 3rd

4th

TOTAL

E. Human Resource/Staff Development 1. Residency Training 2. Human Resource Development 3. Conduct of Research Activity

Number of Residents Graduated Number of Seminars/Trainings Conducted No. of Research Papers Submitted

7 20 2

20 3

3 20 3

F. GAD Plan

( See attached WFP Form 5 )

G. Provision for the Elderly

( See attached WFP )

H. Health & Wellness Program - Provision for Medical Benefits of Personnel a) Annual Medical Check-up

No. of Personnel who will undergo annual check -up

70

70

60

No. of personnel paid salaries No. of Job Order/contractual personnel paid No. of RN Heals personnel paid

331 44 250

331 44 250

331 44 250

2 20 2

200

I. Provision of general administrative and support assistance 1. Administrative and support services 1.1 Payment of salaries 1.2 Job - Order/Contractual Personnel 1.3 R.N. Heals

22 aa red_by:

MIE1NAL SIOPIPD FLORDELINA R. ILAGAN Chief Admin. Officer Date : February 23, 2012

Recommended By:

IRIGINAL SIGNED YOLANDA L. DEE,MD 01C, Chief of Hospital Date : 12/29/11

12 80 10

331 44 250

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