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  • 1. The Operations of Rosario District Hospital Prof. Josefina B. Bitonio PA 101 Local Governance and Administration Alexander N. Flores,DPA Presenter
  • 2.  Republic Act No. 7160 known as the Local Government Code of 1991  Basic Services and Facilities shall be devolved from the National Government to provinces, municipalities and barangays so that each Local Government Unit shall be responsible for a minimum set of services and facilities in accordance with established national policies, guidelines, and standards.
  • 3.  DEFINITION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT 1. POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE 2. INFRA-SOVEREIGN 3.WITH TERRITORIAL BOUNDARIES 4. CONSTITUTED BY LAW; POSSESSES RIGHTS NECESSARY TO REGULATE ITS OWN AFFAIRS 5. LEGAL AUTHORITY PROVIDING SERVICES
  • 4. Rationale for Local Governments 1. Promotion of “liberty” – provides access points, pressure and control 2. Promotion of “equality” – provides wide- scale participation and fostering 3. Promotes responsiveness and flexibility – community demands to be heard 4. Promotes welfare and provides services
  • 5.  Models of Enabling Authority 1. Traditional Bureaucratic Authority 2. Residual Enabling Authority 3. Market-Oriented Enabling Authority 4. Community-Oriented Enabling Authority
  • 6.  Republic Act No. 4226 otherwise known as Hospital Licensure Act “ The licensing agency shall study and adopt a system of classifying hospitals in the Philippines as to 1. general or special 2. service capabilities 3. size or bed capacity 4. classification of hospital whether training or not.
  • 7.  Administrative Order No. 2012- 0012 Rules and Regulations Governing the New Classification of Hospitals and other Health Facilities in the Philippines
  • 8. VISION:  The Hospital is geared towards becoming one of the centers of health manned by competent and highly motivated personnel dedicated to the service of our clientele MISSION:  The Rosario District Hospital aims to be a center of wellness that will provide an efficient and effective health care that is accessible/affordable cost effective and equitable to the people of Rosario and its catchment areas
  • 9. FUNCTIONS:  Provision of a comprehensive quality health care to all patients. OBJECTIVES:  a. To improve all facilities of the hospital by acquiring modern equipment but at low cost to our clientele and aim for the renovation of some dilapidated parts of the hospital;  b. To appeal for the filling up of vacancies to improve hospital services.
  • 10. Rosario District Hospital History 1. Infirmary Annexed to the Rosario Health Center with: 7 staff including the chief of clinic 1 Nurse 1 Nursing Attendant 1 Driver/Maintenance 1 All around Utility 1 Radiologic Technologist 1. Supply Officer/Property Custodian
  • 11. 2. Rosario Emergency Hospital on April 18, 1972 inaugurated its new building situated at Barangay Concepcion, Rosario, La Union 3. Rosario District Hospital At present Rosario District Hospital has: 49 Permanent Employee 15 Casuals 7 Job Order 2 Detailed
  • 12.  The Operations Management has three Division 1. Administrative Support Services Division 2. Nursing Services Division 3. Medical Ancillary Division
  • 13. Services of the Rosario District Hospital 1. Emergency Room 2. In Patient 3. Out Patient 4. Ambulance 5. Family Planning 6. Under six clinic
  • 14. Source of Fund for the Operation, Programs and Projects . 1. Income generated from the services and the Pharmacy - Regular Pharmacy - Cash Pharmacy 2. Subsidy from the Provincial Government
  • 15. 3. DOH – Hospital Facility Enhancement Program (HFEP) 4. Assistance from the Municipal Government of Rosario
  • 16. Hospital Annual Budget for the Past 3 Years CY 2010 - 20,791,771.00 CY 2011 - 24,708,528.00 CY 2012 - 28,656,178.00
  • 17. Hospital Annual Income for the Past 3 Years CY 2010 - 21,136,684.79 CY 2011 - 26,039,457.06 CY 2012 - 31,344,847.81
  • 18. Hospital Annual Expenditure for the Past 3 Years CY 2010 - 19,828,488.88 CY 2011 - 22,758,822.20 CY 2012 - 25,641, 841.81
  • 19. CLASSIFICATION OF ROSARIO DISTRICT HOSPITAL 1. According to Ownership Government 2. According to Scope and Services General Rendering services in but not limited to the following a. Clinical Services Family Medicine Pediatrics
  • 20. Internal Medicine Obstetrics and Gynecology Surgery b. Emergency Services c. Out Patient Services d. Ancillary and support services such as Clinical Laboratory Imaging Facility Pharmacy
  • 21. 3. According to Functional Capacity Level 1 a. a staff of qualified medical, allied medical and administrative personnel headed by a Physician duly licensed by PRC. b. Bed space for its authorized bed capacity in accordance with DOH Guidelines in the Planning and Design of Hospital
  • 22.  c. An operating room with standard equipment and provision for sterilization of equipment and supplies in accordance with
  • 23. 1. DOH Reference Plan in the Planning and Design of an Operating Room/Theater. 2. DOH Guideline on Cleaning , Disinfection and Sterilization of Reusable Medical Devices in Hospital Facilities in the Philippines.
  • 24.  d. A post Operative Recovery Room e. Maternity facilities, consisting of ward(s), room(s), a delivery room, exclusively for maternity patients and new born f. Isolation Facilities with proper procedures for the care and control of infectious and communicable diseases as well as for the
  • 25. for the prevention of cross infections g. A separate Dental Section/Clinic h. Provision for blood station i. A DOH licensed secondary clinical laboratory with the services of consulting pathologist j. A DOH licensed level 1 imaging facility with the services of a consulting radiologist k. A DOH licensed Pharmacy
  • 26. Best Practices 1. QUANTIFIED FREE SERVICE A services extended to the most indigent patient through community service 2. CASH PHARMACY Income generated used in the other services