Compliance of Lorma Medical Center to Philhealth Benchbook Standards on Facilities Maintenance

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COMPLIANCE OF LORMA MEDICAL CENTER TO PHILHEALTH BENCHBOOK STANDARDS ON FACILITIES MAINTENANCE

A Research Presented to the Faculty of the College of Engineering and Architechture Saint Louis College

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of the Subject Research Methods (Eng’g 515)

By: Asper, Roselle de Padua, Israel Galila, Lycar Sabado, Raymund A. Taguinod, Mark Artchiden M.

March 2011

INDORSEMENT This thesis entitled Compliance of Lorma Medical Center to PhilHealth Benchbook Standards on Facilities Maintenance, prepared and submitted by the group of Roselle Asper; Israel de Padua; Lycar Galila; Raymund Sabado; Mark Artchiden Taguinod in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, has been examined and is recommended for acceptance and approval for oral examination. This is to certify further that the group of Roselle Asper; Israel de Padua; Lycar Galila; Raymund Sabado; Mark Artchiden Taguinod is ready for oral examination. Engr. Marilou A. Basilio Adviser This is to certify that the thesis entitled Compliance of Lorma Medical Center to PhilHealth Benchbook Standards on Facilities Maintenance, prepared and submitted by the group of Roselle Asper; Israel de Padua; Lycar Galila; Raymund Sabado; Mark Artchiden Taguinod is recommended for Oral Examination. Mrs. Marilyn Torcedo Member of the Panel Mr. Daniel Paguia Member of the Panel Engr. Grace A. Molina Member of the Panel Noted: Engr. Marshal G. Calila, Jr. Academic Dean College of Engineering and Architecture Dr. Magdalena R. Japson Member of the Panel Engr. Leonora F. Quarte Member of the Panel

APPROVAL SHEET This thesis entitled, “COMPLIANCE OF LORMA MDECIAL CENTER TO PHILHEALTH BENCHBOOK STANDARDS ON FACILITIES MAINTENANCE”, prepared and submitted by ROSELLE ASPER, ISRAEL DE PADUA, LYCAR GALILA, RAYMUND SABADO, MARK ARTCHIDEN TAGUNOD, in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING, has been examined and recommended for acceptance and approval for oral examination. MARILOU A. BASILIO, MSME Adviser

Thesis committee MARILYN TORCEDO Member DANIEL PAGUIA Member

MAGDALENA R. JAPSON, ED.D Member LEONORA F. QUARTE, CE, MSME Member GRACE A. MOLINA, MSME Member

PANEL OF EXAMINERS Approved by the committee on oral examination on _________________ with a grade of _______________%. MARILYN TORCEDO Member DANIEL PAGUIA Member MAGDALENA R. JAPSON, ED.D Member LEONORA F. QUARTE, CE, MSME Member GRACE A. MOLINA, MSME Member ACCEPTED AND APPROVED in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING. Dean, College of Engineering and Architecture Saint Louis College

MARSHAL G. CALICA JR., CE, GE, MSCE

THESIS ABSTRACT 1. 2. Title: COMPLIANCE OF LORMA MEDICAL CENTER TO PHILHEALTH BENCHBOOK STANDARDS ON FACILITIES MAINTENANCE Researchers: Roselle Asper Israel de Padua Lycar Galila Raymund Sabado Mark Artchiden Taguinod

3. 4. 5. 6.

Type of Documentation: Thesis Type of Publication: Unpublished Accrediting Institution: Saint Louis College City of San Fernando, La Union Keywords: Compliance, Facilities Maintenance Standards

7. 7.1 Summary. The research dealt with the assessment of the level of compliance to PhilHealth Benchbook Standards by Lorma Medical Center specifically of the areas along facilities maintenance. It also looked into the problems that affect the level of compliance of the subjected company to facilities maintenance standards. Specifically, the study sought to: 1. Assess the perception of the respondents to the following standards: a. Implementation of Care b. Staff Recruitment, Selection, Appointment and Responsibilities c. Staff Training and Development d. Patient and Staff Safety e. Maintenance of the Environment of Care f. Equipment and Supplies g. Energy and Waste Management 2. Identify the problems encountered in the compliance of Facilities Maintenance...
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