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Hospital | Philippine Government Hospital | National Center for Mental Health | Manila adventist Medical Center | National Children’s Hospital | Address | | Nueve de Pebrero St., Mauway Mandaluyong City Philippines 1553 | 1975 Donada St. Pasay, City | E. Rodriguez st. Quezon City | Former Name | | Insular Psychiatric hospital, National Mental Hospital | Manila Sanitarium and Hospital | National Indigent Children’s Hospital | Year established | 10 September, 1910 | 1925 | 1929 | February 11, 1945 | Founders | American Government and the Act 1688 of the Philippine Commission | Spanish Government | Horace Hall | Phili. Civilian Assistance Unit under Dr. Victoria Kalaw-Linan | Type of service | General | Psychiatric | Primary | Special/ Pediatric | Type of Ownership | Government | Governmental | Company | Government | Bed capacity | Large | 4,200 Large | 150 small | 250 small | Length of stay | Short/Long | Long or short | Long and short | Short and Long | Service capability | Tertiary | Tertiary | Tertiary | Tertiary | Department | Pharmacy Department | Administrative service | Pharmacy Department | Administrative | Pharmacists | 76 | 10 (1 chief, 1 asst, 8 staff) | 8 | 7; 1 chief, 2 senior, 4 staff | Nonpharmacists | 47 | 5 | 2 | 2 | Services | * Clinical Intervention * Information Center * Compounding * Clinical Pharmacy * Research * Case Analysis and Presentations * Clinical Trials * Stock preparations | Preventive, curative, rehabilitative, mental health care service, hospital, community | In-patient and out-patient dispensingPharmacy inventory and warehouse managementTPN compunding and IV administrationAdverse drug reaction monitoringPharmacy procurement | OPD dispensing Paper tableting Patient CounsellingYellow prescription Dispensing | Drug distribution | UDDDS before individual | Floor stock and unit dose | UDDDS | Individual Rx | Arrangement of stocks | Alphabetical by dosage | Drug manufacturer |

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