Company Profile

Adventist Medical Center- Bacolod rises, becoming the hospital of choice in the Negros Province and persisting to optimize the full potential of its greatest asset- its caring workers. Being the Home of iCare – the client-centered administration and services flagship program of the institution – the hospital evokes a sense of belonging and warmth. This brings about treating everyone with Compassion, Attentiveness, Respect and Enthusiasm, thus the acronym, CARE. Its thrusts include iCARE for Myself, iCARE for My co- workers and iCARE for my Clients.

Caring for one’s self is the core of being able to extend care for others. It includes not only projecting the professional image and manner, but exudes the healthy lifestyle and Christ- centered approach that the hospital advocates. The thrust of caring for co-workers and all members of the healthcare team uplifts the aspect of treating everyone as family. By being attentive and respectful to each other, the workforce unites and promotes a health work environment. The center of it all is caring for its clients, who are considered the most important persons in the hospital. With the belief that the customer is the vital element that gives the hospital an opportunity to bring about its mission, each worker contributes to bring a sense of well-being, extend comfort and share happiness amidst sickness and despair.

BAMC, as it is fondly known, continues to open its doors with the hundreds of caring hearts and hands ready to extend the healing ministry of Christ, bringing about the best in each other, for the betterment of everyone. It moves to bring the reality of its vision to be the premier center of healthcare in the Negros Province and ultimately, the unity.

Mission

Extending the healing ministry of Christ to everyone.

Vision

Adventist Medical Center-Bacolod as the premier center of healthcare in Negros Province.

Values

Beneficence Accountable Masterful Christ Centered

Our Guiding Principles

I will live my life as a reflection of Christ’s character.
I will reach for the highest standards in my work.
I will provide services that my customer say are excellent.
I will treat others with the same compassion and respect that I would want my family to experience.
I will take personal responsibility to ensure the safety of patients, co – workers and all others I come into contact with at work.
I will use all resources responsibly and efficiently.
will be honest in all things.

Our Quality Policy

Adventist Medical Center – Bacolod is committed to provide excellent and safe healthcare services. In this regard:
We will continually improve our clinical and support services and ensure that they are compliant with statutory and regulatory requirements.
We will adequately provide resources, identify risks and opportunities in the delivery of services, and train and develop our employees so that we can satisfy our customers’ requirements.
We are committed to operate our organization under a QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM conforming to the ISO 9001:2015 standards.

Accreditation & Awards

Bureau of Jail Management and Penology Region VI

Safekeeping and Development of PDLs28th Anniversary Celebration August 30, 2019

Department of Health Region VI

National Voluntary Blood Services Program 2017 August 1, 2018

Gawad Kalasag 2018

3rd Place “Search for Excellence in Disaster Risk Reduction and Management and Humanitarian Assistance” July 27, 2018

Bacolod City Water District

Partnership and Contribution to the “Ridge to Reef Watershed Development Program” March 22, 2018

Gawad Kalasag National Award 2017

First Place Best Private Hospital December 11, 2017

Gawad Kalasag

Best Private Hospital October 21, 2016

Central Philippine Adventist College

Silver Donor March 29, 2015

Central Philippine Adventist College

Equipping new ambulance with stretcher and complete oxygen equipment March 11, 2016

Leadership

Board of trustees

Administrative Council

department managers

Milestone

BAMC has been blessed and history will attest to the faithfulness of God to this hospital. Its humble beginning can be traced to a handful of people who had enough vision to build an institution that will serve the healthcare needs of the community around it.

  • 1958 – Purchase of 2 ½ hectares of land now situated akong CV Ramos Avenue, Barangay Taculing, Bacolod City, Philippines
  • 1961 – Medical Clinic opened in a rented building along Lacson Street, Bacolod City
  • 1966 – Inauguration of 50-bed hospital with Dr. Willis Gentry Dick as Medical Director
  • 1970 – Dr. R.W. Spalding became Medical Director
  • 1971 – Dr. Francisco T. Geslani became the first Filipino Medical Director
  • 1975 – Inauguration of wing expanding bed capacity from 50 to 100
  • 1982 – Opening and Inauguration of OB surgical wing and 2 Delivery Rooms
  • 1983 – Construction of Laundry building and renovation of operating room
  • 1988 – “Esther Geslani Hall” a dormitory for ladies was inaugurated
  • 1989 – Expansion and renovation of the Cafeteria
  • 1990 – Mr. Rufo Gasapo became the president
  • 1992 – Inauguration of 3 bed ICU
  • 1993 – Francisco T. Geslani Hall inaugurated – School of Nursing men’s dormitory
  • 1996 – Opening of Hemodialysis Unit
  • 1999 – Opening of Maternity – Intensive Care Emergency – Rehabilitation and Dialysis Complex
  • 2003 – Accreditation of Pediatrics Residency Training Program and ground breaking of East wing expansion
  • 2004 – Inauguration of the East Wing expansion and change the name to Bacolod Adventist Medical Center
  • 2005 – Recipient of the international Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2000 certification
  • 2006 – Opening of the Pediatric Ambulatory Services, the first in the Western Visayas Cafeteria Makeover and celebration of 40 years of commitment to caring and wholeness
  • 2009 – BAMC Fitness Gymnasium Inauguration
  • 2010 – 12 bed ICU CT-Scan Philhealth Benchbook Accreditation BAMC TB-DOTS
  • 2011 – Dr. Hector Gayares Jr. became the president and Medical Director of BAMC
  • 2012 – Establishment of the Pool of Bethesda Foundation, groundbreaking for the new West-wing building and Toastmasters Club Charter-Healthcare Circle Toastmaster Club
  • 2013 – 6-bed PICU and issuance of the MBFHI Certification (the first private hospital in Bacolod)
  • 2014 – Opening of the Nutribites health food restaurant and inauguration of 6 storey building
  • 2015 – Opening of the 4th floor (PCU 4A & 4B) and 5th floor (5A & 5B) VIP suite, opening of the 28 unit Hemodialysis Center and opening of the 8 OR Suites
  • 2016 – Opening of the Physical therapy and Rehabilitation Unit and Fitness Gym and activation of the Health and Lifestyle Hub (6th floor) Health Education