St. Luke’s was established in 1903 by American Episcopalian missionaries as a charity ward and dispensary hospital. St. Luke’s started out as fully free outpatient clinic for the poor in Calle Magdalena, Tondo. It also supports and conducts medical, dental and surgical missions in rural areas.It was transformed into an independent, non-sectarian, non-stock, non-profit corporation in the 1970s.
Awards & Achievements
St. Luke’s Infection Control Service Grand Winner at the PHA Awards
The Infection Control Service of St. Luke’s Medical Center-Quezon City (SLMC-QC) and Global City (SLMC-GC) bagged the majority of awards during the Philippine Hospital Association (PHA) Awards, Read More
St. Luke’s is the Country’s First HACCP Certified Hospital
Taking another innovative step in healthcare excellence, St. Luke’s Medical Center (SLMC) was granted the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) certification by SGS Philippines, Inc. – the country’s leading provider in certification, testing, verification and inspection.
St. Luke’s Garners Gold and Excellence Awards
St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City blazed a golden trail of excellence in the 2016 Asian Hospital Management Awards (AHMA) by garnering accolades in the Bio Medical Facilities Improvement category and Nursing Excellence category, which were given during the Gala Night of Hospital Management Asia(HMA) 2016 held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
St. Luke’s Reaches 500-Patient Mark on Robotic Surgery
Over 500 surgery patients are now back to living normal lives, thanks to state-of the-art robotic surgery at St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City. Its surgeons have been using the third-generation da Vinci Si surgical system or the “robot” since 2010 in various
robotically-assisted procedures for general, gynecological, urological and thoracic cases. Read More
St. Luke’s-Global City performs first robotic lung resection in PH
A team of robotic thoracic surgeons from St. Luke’s-Global City recently performed the country’s first robotic lung resection on a 61 year-old female patient who was discovered to have a 3.5 centimeter mass in the left upper lobe of her lungs. Read More
St. Luke’s Medical Center – Quezon City
Address: 279 E Rodriguez Sr. Ave, Quezon City, 1112 Metro Manila
Phone: (02) 723 0101
Bonifacio Global City
Address: Rizal Drive cor. 32nd St. and 5th Ave., Taguig, 1634 Metro Manila
Phone:(02) 789 7700