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Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center

The Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center (EVRMC) is a tertiary level teaching and training government hospital in the Philippines. On June 18, 1966, the then Speaker Daniel Z. Romualdez Memorial City Hospital was established as a general hospital in Tacloban with service capacity of one hundred beds.[1] On July 22, 1972, the Speaker Daniel Z. Romualdez Memorial City Hospital became the surviving entity when the Leyte Provincial Hospital and the Tacloban City Hospital were merged with it.[2] During this time, its capacity was increased to two hundred fifty beds.[3] Then, it was renamed as Tacloban City Medical Center on November 12, 1986 [4] and into its current name on March 24, 1992.[5] In 2009, it was authorized by the national law to expand into a five hundred bed hospital.[6]

Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center
Geography
LocationTacloban, Leyte, Eastern Visayas, Philippines
Coordinates11°15′06″N 125°00′17″E / 11.2515671°N 125.0047052°E / 11.2515671; 125.0047052Coordinates: 11°15′06″N 125°00′17″E / 11.2515671°N 125.0047052°E / 11.2515671; 125.0047052
Organisation
FundingGovernment hospital
Hospital typetertiary level teaching and training hospital
Services
Beds500
History
FoundedJuly 16, 1916 (Leyte Provincial Hospital as the oldest merged entity)
June 18, 1966 (Speaker Daniel Z. Romualdez Memorial City Hospital as the surviving entity)
Links
Websiteevrmc-tacloban.org
ListsHospitals in Philippines

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Philippine Republic Act 4764 Section 1
  2. ^ Philippine Republic Act 6527 Section 3
  3. ^ Philippine Republic Act 6527 Section 2
  4. ^ Memorandum Order No. 48, s. 1986 issued by the Office of the President of the Philippines
  5. ^ Philippine Republic Act 7289 Section 1
  6. ^ Philippine Republic Act 9793 Section 4