Aurora Memorial Hospital (AMH) was officially devolved to the Provincial Government of Aurora in 1993. Prior to the devolvement, AMH was managed and operated by the Department of Health from 1948-1992. The new AMH was inaugurated on February 19, 2012, providing service capability of Level 1 with authorized bed capacity of 49. The occupancy rate in CY 2013 was 89% and 158% in CY 2018. In view of the increasing number of out-patients and in-patients, we plan that the different areas of services be departmentalized in order to upgrade the service capability to Level II, thus the need for creation of Medical Specialty positions and other allied professions. Increasing into level II hospital will enable to provide additional services such as: Intensive Care Unit, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, CT scan. While waiting for the completion of ward 3, we included in our proposed budget for CY 2020, the construction of ward 4. Manpower complement, the nurses in particular does not conform to the DOH ratio of nurses to a patient which is 1:12 this is a big problem to all hospitals because of DOH hiring of nurses in the Nurse Deployment Program and offering much higher salary. Supplies of drugs and medicine, medical supplies and reagents are not sufficient to address the needs of outpatient and admitted patient. Thus, we cannot fully Implement the NO BALANCE PROGRAM of Philhealth. This problem will be partially solve once we purchased these items again in PGH.


To ensure impartial access to quality, efficient and cost effective development in conjunction with continuous enhancement of facilities, equipment and human resources.


Aurora Memorial Hospital is envisioned to be the central health referral facility for the province. A hospital staffed with highly competent personnel who are efficiently providing excellent quality hospital care and service in most responsive and professional conduct.


  1. Quality patient care is our priority.
  2. Providing excellent hospital service with compassion and support to health education is essential in the fulfillment of the standard we aim to achieve.

Table of Contents

Duties and Functions

Chief of Hospital

  1. Balancing the duties of a physician with that of an administrator.
  2. Ensuring that patients receive the highest standard of medical care.
  3. Being responsible for the performance of physicians under your supervision.
  4. Ensuring that all healthcare regulations and safety standards are met.
  5. Keeping staff updated on new healthcare regulations.
  6. Finding way to improve clinical services.
  7. Liaising between administration and medical staff,
  8. Reporting to Provincial Governor.
  9. Recruiting and mentoring physicians.
  10. Developing and managing a hospital budget.

Administrative Officer IV

  1. Supervise medical records, transportation, personnel, property/supply, cashiering, dietary, medical/social, security, power, laundry and utility services of the hospital;
  2. Disseminate administrative issuance;
  3. Assist in the implementation of policies;
  4. Review/check financial documents for signature of the PHO;
  5. Prepare propose annual budget of the PHO;
  6. Prepare plan for personnel development and schedule of security guards;
  7. Monitor daily attendance/accomplishment;
  8. Conduct administrative meeting; and
  9.  Does other related works as may be assigned by his superiors.

Accountant II

  1. Keep and maintain the books of  accounts of Aurora Memorial Hospital
  2. Certify the availability of funds
  3. Checking payroll, vouchers and requisition and check the mathematical computation.
  4. Prepare quarterly report of cash disbursement and unpaid obligation reflecting the amount of the actual disbursement.
  5. Prepare the monthly report if income reflecting the various sources of revenue
  6. Journalize transaction into into the general journal, post to the general ledger and maintain the subsidiary ledger.
  7. And other related accounting works not mentioned above.

Nurse IV (Chief Nurse)

  1. Responsible for  the overall administration of nursing services;
  2. Responsible for  the overall supervision of nursing services;
  3. Responsible for  the professional growth and development of nursing personnel;
  4. Serves as consultant and coordinators of nursing personnel; and
  5. Consolidates and submits reports.
  6. Does other related works.

Medical Specialist I

  1. Attend  to Internal Medicine patients at the Out-Patient Clinic during regular clinic schedules; and Discharge Emergency Room duties on rotation.
  2. Admit patients when necessary, abiding by the Hospital Policy on accuracy, completeness and reliability of Medical Records.
  3. Conduct regular clinical ward rounds
  4. Render consultative/guidance services to difficult, unusual and/or complicated cases needing their expert opinion and management.
  5. Advise surgeon of a patient’s risk status and recommend appropriate intervention to minimize risk. Issue necessary clearance prior to carrying out contemplated surgical procedure.
  6. Attend and participate in consultative/administrative conferences of the medical staff.
  7. Attend and participate in clinical conferences and scientific meetings of the hospital or those accredited by the Department of Health.
  8. Perform General Practice Medicine if and when necessary.
  9. May be assigned as head or member of Hospital Committee, and actively participating in delivering the function of the committee.
  10. Participate in the Outreach Program activities of the Hospital.
  11. Render special duty in extreme emergency or in the exigency of service.

Medical Officer III

  1. He shall be mostly concerned with the direct care and treatment of patients. He shall get their instruction and assignment of their duties and responsibilities from the Chief of Hospital.
  2. He shall with the approval of the Chief, attend to every patient in the hospital or to outside calls.
  3. He shall attend to patients in the regular operating room, in the emergency section, the out patient department and in the wards.
  4. He shall see to it that every patient admitted shall receive immediate treatment and shall be responsible for the clinical history and routine laboratory examinations are properly made within 24 hours and 48 hours, respectively and upon dismissal of patients or in case of death, he shall see to it that every chart and records are in order and properly filed in the Records Section within 36 hour after the discharge of the patient.
  5. He shall assist or take active part in medical and nursing medical training.
  6. He shall attend regularly staff and clinic-pathological conferences.
  7. He shall prepare and submit a daily report to the Chief of the Hospital thru the Chiefs of their Department (If departmentalized) of the activities of each respective service showing the number of admission, discharges, deaths, births, operations, complaints, delayed service and any unusual occurrences in their respective department in the preparation of all forms or reports.
  8. He shall attend to the medical care of the staff and personnel of the hospital.
  9. He shall with the approval of the Chief of Hospital, give and render such assistance as may be required or asked by private physicians attending to patients in hospital.
  10. He shall not issue or cause to be issued any certificate regarding ailment or condition of patients and hospital affairs without authority of the Chief of Hospital, or in his absence, his authorized representative.
  11. In making rounds in the wards he shall see to it that the progressive dates or daily observation of patients be recorded daily on a separate place or paper attached, with the chart and it is the duty of the chief of Hospital to look after the daily recording so that the Resident Physician will be forced to make frequent visits to the patients especially when they are serious or dying.

Nurse (Operating Room)

  1. Operating Non- dispensary nurse shall take charge of operating room and dispensary. She shall be responsible for the sterilization of the instruments and preparation dressing, the surgical instruments and other operating room and dispensary equipment’s shall be carefully prepared from deterioration.
  2. She shall assist in the dressing of patients in the dispensary and operating room.
  3. She shall be responsible for the cleanliness or sterilization of all equipment’s in the operating room and dispensary. She shall keep the operating room and dispensary ready for  any emergency use.
  4. She shall be responsible for the efficient service of the personnel working in the operating room and dispensary under her supervision.
  5. To act as reliever to ward nurses.

Nurse (Ward)

  1. Arrives in time and takes handover of patient bed to bed;
  2. Carry out assigned job given by Nurse in Charge;
  3. Provide medications and injections as prescribed by the doctor;
  4. Administer Intravenous Fluids and oxygen, if required;
  5. Monitor vital signs like BP, temperature, pulse, etc.;
  6. Refer any changes in patient’s status of untoward reaction to the doctor;
  7. Monitor, analyze and record urine and stool output;
  8. Assist doctors during treatment;
  9. Provide general nursing care to all patients;
  10. Give psychological support to the patient and family members;
  11. Educate patient and family about the disease and prognosis of the patients; and
  12. Perform other tasks that maybe assigned from time to time.

Nursing Attendant

  1. Perform various care services to patients;
  2. Escort newly admitted patients from admitting office to hospital room or ward, assist in wound dressing and provide necessary hospital cleaning;
  3. Store patients clothing and valuables;
  4. Record temperature pulse and respiration rate;
  5. Bath bed patients and assist patient in bathing herself;
  6. Comb hair, clean and cut nail, give mouth washes, assist in cleaning teeth and giving shampoos when necessary;
  7. Give alcohol rub;
  8. Drape female patients or assist patients for examination;
  9. Feed ill patients or assist patients with their meals provided nourishment when t is indicated;
  10. Serve and empty bed pan and collect urine and fecal specimen;
  11. Keep and record patients intake and output when ordered;
  12. Answer signal light or bell and deliver messages;
  13. Assist patient in waking and transport patient to various hospital departments by means of wheelchair; and
  14. Does other related tasks.

Medical Technologist

  1. Performs various clinical microscopic and bacteriologic test to obtain data for use in diagnostic and treatment of disease;
  2. Receives specimen for laboratory analysis, applies techniques in the fields of bacteriological  parasitology, hematology, chemical and morphological examination;
  3. Records laboratory test result daily and submit monthly reports;
  4. Shall walk and sits intermittently when conducting laboratory test, lifts and carried relatively light equipment’s and laboratory materials, visual acuity and color dissemination and other laboratory equipment’s,

Medical Laboratory Technician

  1. Under the supervision of Medical Technologist, perform various clinical microscopic and bacteriologic test to obtain data for use in diagnostic and treatment of disease;
  2. Receives specimen for laboratory analysis, applies techniques in the fields of bacteriological parasitology, hematology, chemical and morphological examination;
  3. Records laboratory test result daily and submit monthly reports;
  4. Shall walk and sits intermittently when conducting laboratory test, lifts and carried relatively light equipment’s and laboratory materials, visual acuity and color dissemination and other laboratory equipment’s.

Radiologic Technologist

  1. Perform X-Ray and ECG examination for diagnostic and treatment of disease.
  2. Process X-ray films.
  3. Arrange the finish radiographic films and ECG strips after the physician had made the final reading.
  4. Sign patient billing for discharge.
  5. Record patient data for X-ray and ECG examination.
  6. Typing of X-ray and ECG result.
  7. Requesting supplies for the necessary needs of X-ray department.
  8. Provide service for Radiation Therapy.
  9. Answer emergency on calls
  10. Maintain cleanliness and orderliness of the X-ray department


  1. Insure continuous supply of drugs and medicines to patients by maintaining an adequate quantity in stock of those approved by the Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee.
  2. Prepare and compound bulk sterile and none sterile pharmaceutical as determined by the Therapeutic Committee.
  3. Fill out prescription or special orders for drugs.
  4. Dispense drugs for In & Out patients.
  5. Responsible for requisitioning, labeling and issuing of drugs.
  6. Responsible for pricing, recoding and posting of medicines.
  7. Maintain records and files on dangerous drug and other pharmaceuticals as required by law.
  8. Responsible for preparation and consolidation of pharmacy report and physician inventory of stocks.
  9. Request or recommend emergency procurement of medicines and medical supplies.
  10. Serve as the Drug Information Center to all hospital personnel.
  11. Perform such other related work.

Nutritionist Dietitian

  1. She/he shall have to direct control over the cook and helpers employed in the kitchen and shall report any disobedience of orders to the Nurse IV who shall report the same to the Provincial Health Officer I of discipline.
  2. In addition to his/her duties as dietitian, she shall perform such other duties as may be required by proper authority.
  3. She/he shall make daily menu for the personnel.
  4. She/he  shall make daily requisition for the commissary supplies of which will be brought to the office for approval and entry each day. She/he shall see that meals are prepared and served at the hours designated by the Provincial Health Officer I. She/he responsible for the cleanliness of the kitchen, storeroom, cold storage and dining room and for the proper disposed of garbage. She/he make monthly inventory of all property in the department and report to the Property Officer. They shall be directly responsible to the Chief Nurse and the Provincial Health Officer I for the faithful fulfillment of her duties.

Cashier Officer

  1. Issues Official Receipt to out-patient, in-patient and medicare patient.
  2. Withdraw/disburse and liquidate payrolls and petty cash disbursement.
  3. Compute/Signs PhilHealth Claims and patient chart.
  4. Records daily collection of Hospital Income and Revolving Fund.
  5. Prepared report of collection and report of cash disbursement.
  6. Remits collection on Hospital Income, Revolving Fund, Professional Fee to the Provincial Treasury Office.

Supply Officer

Responsible for the preparation & typing of:

a. Purchased Request
b. Purchase Order
c. Abstract of Quotation
d. ARE/Inv. Receipt of Property/ Prop. Return Slip
e. Acceptance & Inspection Report/ R.I.S.
f. Pre-repair Inspection
g. APP & PPMP’s
h. Attend meetings/seminars with regards to Supply & Property Management.
i. Inventory Repot of Equipment/Supplies & Materials.

  • Responsible for the receiving accepting, signing checking, recording, keeping and storing in-coming and out-going supplies & materials with conformance as to specification and quantity.
  • Responsible for the recommendation and disposal of unserviceable materials & equipment and report to the Head of Agency for approval.
  • Assist in classifying/ organizing/ re-arranging & issuance of the daily needs of supplies/materials/medicines & equipment for the use of different Section
  • Responsible for the systematic follow-up of all items not received from the Supplier/Dealer from time to time.

Physical Therapist

  1. Received patient with Doctors referral for PT treatment from OPD Section.
  2. Accepting and receiving patients with referral by other Doctor’s from other hospital for continues PT treatment.
  3. Evaluate and access patients who are candidate for rehabilitation treatment.
  4. Create appropriate PT management to candidate patients for therapy.
  5. Give specific treatment to patients based on management given to them.
  6. Records initial Evaluation/Assessment of Patient and their Progress to treatment given for future references.
  7. Make referral for patients who need further evaluation and assessment of specialist physician regarding their present case status.
  8. Give decision to patients who are candidate for discharge to treatment.
  9. Maintain cleanliness of PT equipment and PT treatment area at all times.

Administrative Aide III (Medical Records Section)

  1. Maintain all health record in accordance with the principles and practices of efficient and effective health record management.
  2. Consolidation of reports (Hospital’s monthly and quarterly reports).
  3. Encoding/typing of medical, medico legal, birth and death certificates.
  4. Does other related functions which may be assigned from time to time by the immediate supervisor.

Administrative Aide III (Clerk 1)

  1. Responsible in preparing/typing of payroll for wages, salary, subsistence and PERA of Casual and personnel;
  2. Responsible in preparing/typing of Vouchers, Inspection Reports and TEV’s of  personnel.
  3. Responsible in preparing/typing, computing and posting of leave of absences of personnel.
  4. Responsible in preparing/typing retirement and terminal leave application.

Institutional Worker (Utility)

  1. They shall help in the carrying of patients from vehicles or ambulances to stretcher or bed and vice versa.
  2. They shall perform such simple errands and other duties as may assigned to them by the nurse.
  3. To provide such manual assistance as may require in the ward, operating rooms, delivery room, kitchen and other units of the hospital, for the care and comfort of patient and for the cleanliness of the hospital and premises.
  4. Cleaning hospital toilets.
  5. Cleaning hospital wards and offices.
  6. Cleaning Doctor’s Quarter.

Organizational Structure

Citizen’s Charter

List and Brief Description of Projects, Programs and Projects


  1. Neurologic and Psychiatric consultations and lectures started in CY 2014 in coordination with the Philippine Neurologic Association. Visitation is done every quarter.
  2. In 2016, blood station was established with the idea of mass bloodletting to be done in the different municipalities. Blood taken from donors were sent to PJGMRM for screening and testing to ensure that blood is free from communicable/contagious diseases before transfusion.
  3. Financial Assistance from PGA is given to dialysis patients amounting to Two Thousand pesos (Php. 2,000.00). This amount is given to all dialysis patients regardless of their economic status.
  4. The Gender and Development program of PSWDO continuously extend financial assistance to AMH for indigent patients of AMH, this program started in CY 2015.
  5. Expanded Newborn Screening.
  6. Point of Care / Point of Service – non Philhealth patients are enrolled as Philhealth members.


  1. Medical, Pediatrics, OB-gyne, Surgery and Otolaryngology consultation, treatment and admission.
  2. Radiology – X-ray, ECG
  3. Laboratory – Blood test, Urinalysis, FBS & RBS.
  4. Pharmacy
  5. Out-patient Section
  6. Records
  7. Physical Therapy
  8. Dietary
  9. Social Service
  10. Emergency Room


Contact Information

Mailing AddressAurora Memorial Hospital
Brgy. Reserva, Baler, Aurora
Contact Number0939-939-0873/ 0908 817 3089 -AMH ER