USI-Mother Seton Hospital, Naga City, Philippines

USI MOTHER SETON HOSPITAL, the most modern hospital in the Bicol Region today is located along Roxas Avenue, (Diversion Road) Naga City . It has a surrounding conducive to rest and recuperation. It is away from the noise and bustle of the Naga metropolis, yet accessible via Magsaysay-Diversion-Centro and Concepcion-Diversion-Centro routes. There are nine buildings within the compound with a spacious parking space just opposite the façade of the Hospital and at the back of St. Vincent de Paul Building. The main entrance is along Roxas Avenue.

The central structure is the two-storey main building together with the newly constructed four-storey annex building St. Vincent de Paul Building. It houses the in-patient department and has a total of 150-bed capacity. The out-patient department is located at the back of the St. Louise de Marillac Hospital Chapel.

The Hospital has about 500 hospital workers and is staffed by about 141 consultants highly trained and experts in their respective specialties. It is licensed for level IV of service by the Department of Health.


2006 Best Facility Service Award
given by the Phil. Hospital Association
November 2006
Award of Excellence in Healthcare Services
Phil. Health Insurance Corp. in February 2006

Technical Service Award
given by the Phil. Hospital Association in Nov. 2005

Quality Service Award
given by the Phil. Hospital Association in November 2004

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