|Gorordo Avenue, 6000 Cebu City|
|032-2338620 Trunkline | 032-2340412|
|Perpetual Succour Hospital|
Perpetual Succour Hospital is making a difference in the world of healthcare, it is marked by rapid infrastructure change and innovations, in technology and medical science to ensure excellent delivery of health care services.
Quietly but steadily, Perpetual Succour Hospital has created extraordinary waves by responding to the emerging needs of the century. The transformation is unparalleled because it has gone beyond our competence, our potentiality, and have entered successfully into specialized fields. It has proven its mettle, spirit of fortitude, moral fiber and strength of character.
To serve and care as authentic witnesses to the Divine Healer towards the ultimate union with God.
"PSH trailblazing the winds of change, through compassionate caring, utilizing evidenced based practices, leading edge and ensuring dominant market presence"
Privileged to share in God’s saving and healing action, we envision Perpetual Succour Hospital as a Christ-centered, dynamic and socially responsible global health care ministry providing holistic quality health care services.
PSH commits itself to:
Upon the invitation of Msgr. Gabriel Reyes the SPC Superior sent Sr. Therese and Sr. Carmen to start the HOLY CHILD HOSPITAL
During the war the Sisters fled to DANAO, then to the mountains of Dunga where they continued their ministry by visiting the sick from house to house
After the accidental death of Sr. Cristina who got burned and was buried in Danao in 1942, the Sisters went back to Cebu where they were taken by a Japanese boat to Iloilo. This was in 1943.
In 1950, the Archbishop of Cebu, Msgr. Julio Rosales, requested the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres to return to his Archdiocese, and Sr. Josephine who served there from 1938-1943, with a sister companion, represented the first batch of returnees
Generous donors helped the Sisters to rent the old municipal library building. Manuel de Veyra, M.D., helped in the negotiations, and served as Medical Director for seven years.
On July 26, 1958, the cornerstone was blessed
On April 5, 1959, His Excellency Msgr. Esteban Montecillo blessed the 100-bed capacity hospital
The hospital was beset with the consequences of the economic crisis and inflation, bringing the occupancy rate to a low of 28% and only to a high of 40%.
Without enough resources to finance the hospital operations and improvements, funding agencies like Misereor, Miva, etc., were sought out for help.
The hospital was gaining strength in terms of viability. Training and education of manpower resources took precedence and were given due importance. The doctors went into specializations. Accreditation, changes in infrastructure and acquisition of equipment were also in place.
The Kidney Service started small in 1984, under the leadership of Dr. Ruben Maguad, with only one nurse and one dialysis machine. On April 1986, the first Kidney Transplant outside of Metro Manila, was performed in PERPETUAL SUCCOUR HOSPITAL.
The first hospital outside Metro Manila with complete diagnostic, interventional facilities and Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
The First Open Heart Surgery was performed in 1994 with 13 patients all pro-bono.
"Strengthening and going beyond the ordinary to those in the margin, and the peripheries"
Reading differently the signs of Evangelization, and speaking about the Mission of Renewed Evangelization, thus imitating Jesus Christ, the Good Shepherd.
"Perpetual Succour Hospital has invested in cutting edge technology. It will continue to acquire state of the art equipment that would help our doctors and specialists to advance medically for accurate diagnosis and cure."
To deliver holistic and comprehensive patient care services and excellent customer service in a competitive market
A flash of brilliance from the new building which provides building blocks for collective synergy, instill a competitive caring landscape supportive of growth and with the end view of running the healthcare institution as a unified team
A chosen group of managers - sisters and lay, assessed the six (6) Strategic Thrusts PSH has pursued since 2015, on Sept. 25, 2017. This was supposed to run for five (5) years.
It was discovered that the plans of action done three (3) years ago are not anymore congruent and compatible with the innovations and developments in place in PSH. Thus, they are no longer considered as thrusts because they have already been institutionalized.
The Section of Adult Cardiology had a RUMMAGE SALE last December 6, 2017, for the benefit of our adult cardiac charity patients who needed surgical intervention. It was held at the 2nd Floor Lobby of the SPC Medical Specialty Center.