Selecting Capiz Emmanuel Hospital in the Philippines for your medical elective destination is a great way of sharing your skill with people who desperately need medical attention.
Founded by the American Baptist Missionaries in 1908 the hospital flourished into a first-class tertiary hospital with a full complement of services that include: pediatrics, obstetrics, general medicine, gynecology, surgery, psychiatry and has a 100-bed patient capacity. The medical staff consists of 8 resident doctors, 10 relievers, and 274 regular employees. The hospital earned the distinction as one of the best private hospitals in Capiz with the procurement of several medical pieces of equipment and a professional staff.
The hospital is abuzz with patients from local and nearby communities. Foreign medical students are exposed to maladies that they haven’t experienced back home. The local healthcare provider will shadow learners during their stay to put into actual practice the theories they learned from the classroom. However, be ready to practice your craft without the proper medical equipment compared to your country.
Immerse in a different culture and experience how medicine is practiced in a developing country. Your medical skills will be enhanced as you get exposed to more patients and their acquired illnesses.