LIST: NCR hospitals with available ICU beds for COVID-19 patients

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, April 2) — As new COVID-19 cases continue to surge, hospitals in Metro Manila, the pandemic epicenter that remains under enhanced community quarantine, are quickly running out of beds for patients who require intensive care.

Data from the Department of Health as of March 31 showed 602 beds or 76% of the combined 792 in intensive care units for COVID-19 patients in the National Capital Region are occupied, putting hospitals in the region at “high risk” level. Medical facilities which have reached 70% to 80% occupancy rate fall under this risk category.

With several hospitals approaching breaking point, a major concern is — where do people go for help?

Here are the healthcare facilities in the NCR that still reported vacant ICU beds for COVID-19 patients as of March 31, subject to change: 

Adventist Medical Center Manila - 2 vacant ICU beds (8525-9191)

Allied Care Experts (Ace) Medical Center - Quezon City, Inc. - 1 vacant ICU bed (8283-3993)

Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center - 1 vacant ICU bed (8948-0595 / 8941-0342)

Capitol Medical Center, Inc. - 2 vacant ICU beds (8372-3825 to 44)

De Los Santos Medical Center - 3 vacant ICU beds (8893-5762)

Diliman Doctors Hospital, Inc. - 1 vacant ICU bed (8883-6900 local 803)

Dr. Fe Del Mundo Medical Center - 2 vacant ICU beds (8712 0845)

East Avenue Medical Center - 1 vacant ICU bed (8928-0611 to 24)

Fatima University Medical Center, Corporation - 3 vacant ICU beds (+639661340144)

Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center - 3 vacant ICU beds (8711-9491)

Justice Jose Abad Santos General Hospital - 7 vacant ICU beds (5310-1984 or 8254-2453)

Marikina St. Vincent General Hospital, Inc. - 2 vacant ICU beds (8941-7320)

National Children’s Hospital - 3 vacant ICU beds (8724-0656)

Olivarez General Hospital, Inc. - 1 vacant ICU bed (8826-5750)

Ospital ng Makati - 2 vacant ICU beds (8882-6316 to 36)

Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center - 3 vacant ICU beds (8524-6063 to 69)

Our Lady of Grace Hospital Inc. - 9 vacant ICU bed (8361-1138 / 09435448737)

Pasig City General Hospital - 8 vacant ICU beds (0910 627 1333)

Pasig Doctors Medical Center, Inc. - 1 vacant ICU bed - (8878-7362)

Philippine Children's Medical Center - 3 vacant ICU beds (8588-9900)

Philippine Heart Center - 3 vacant ICU beds (8925-2401)

Quezon City General Hospital - 5 vacant ICU beds (8863-0800)

St. Camillus Medical Center - 1 vacant ICU bed (8645-3741 to 42)

St. Claire’s Medical Center Inc. - 1 vacant ICU bed (8832-0055 local 0)

St. Jude General Hospital and Medical Center - 2 vacant ICU beds (8731-2765 / 8740-4149)

St. Luke's Medical Center - 1 vacant ICU bed (8723-0101)

St. Luke's Medical Center-Global City - 3 vacant ICU beds (8789-7700)

Sta. Ana Hospital - 1 vacant ICU bed (8516-6153)

Tondo Medical Center - 6 vacant ICU beds  (8865-9000 / 8865-9035)

U.E.R.M. Memorial Hospital - 5 vacant ICU beds (8715-0861 to 71)

UHBI-Parañaque Doctors Hospital, Inc. - 5 vacant ICU beds (8776-0644 - loc.7000 / 8776-0644 - 51, 53 & 54)

University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center, Inc. - 1 vacant ICU bed (8874-8515)

UP-Philippine General Hospital - 1 vacant ICU bed (8554-8400)

Valenzuela Medical Center - 3 vacant ICU beds (8294-6711)

Veterans Memorial Medical Center - 6 vacant ICU beds (8927-6426 to 45)

VRP Medical Center - 7 vacant ICU beds (8464-9999)

DOH updates its tracker daily or every other day. By the time this report is posted, many of these beds could also be occupied, based on the rate of increase in COVID-19 cases. We are including the contact details of hospitals to check bed availability.

People who need assistance in finding hospitals for those infected with COVID-19 may also try to reach the One Hospital Command Center through the following numbers:

-0919 977 3333

-0915 777 7777

-(02) 886 505 00

Reports on social media in the past two days also indicate that patients from Metro Manila have reached certain outlying provinces in search of medical attention but it was not clear how they eluded checkpoints that are supposed to prevent travel outside the restricted ECQ zone.

READ: Desperate calls for help as hospitals fill up due to COVID-19 surge 

Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal, and Bulacan, also known as the Greater Manila area or NCR Plus, are under the strictest enhanced community quarantine to tackle the fresh surge in infections. The lockdown started on March 29 and is set to end on April 4, although an extension is under consideration of authorities.

Active COVID-19 cases in the country hit an all-time high of 138,948 on Thursday, after the Department of Health confirmed 8,920 more infections. The newly confirmed cases pushed the overall tally to 756,199. Meanwhile, recoveries stood at 603,948, while the death toll climbed to 13,306.