Retrieved Menu Page – ROJoson’s Website on Hospital Administration – Tripod – Circa 1999

Last vist (15feb21)


Hospital Administration

Reynaldo O. Joson, MD, MHA, MHPEd, MS Surg

MD – UP Manila – College of Medicine ’74
MHA – UP Manila-College of Public Health ’91
MHPEd – UP Manila – National Teachers Training Center for Health Profession ’93
MSc Surg – UP Manila – College of Medicine ’98

 Experience in Hospital Administration

Chairman, MDH Corporate Planning Committee, 2005 –

Chairman, MDH Quality Council, 2001-2004

Chairman, MDH Quality Assurance Committee, 1998-2000

Assistant Medical Director, Manila Doctors Hospital, 1989 – 2007 – 

Chairman, Department of Surgery, Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center, 2001 – 2008 –

Chief, Section of Head and Neck, Breast, Skin and Soft Tissue, and Esophageal

 Surgery, Department of Surgery, Philippine General Hospital, 1994-2000

Supervising Training Officer, Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center, 1991-1999

Director, Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, UP College of Medicine, 1989-1991

This website contains my writings, thoughts, experiences, and notes on hospital administration as a student and educator.

It may contain information on Manila Doctors Hospital, Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center, and other hospitals which should not be taken as official and up-to-date.

How to establish a tertiary hospital/medical center – generalities

How to develop a tertiary hospital/medical center

Board of Directors – responsibilities and roles – notes

Hospital MDs – Roles and responsibilities; credentialing and privilege granting

Medical Staff Organization and Medical Staff Association

Criteria in the Selection of MD-Managers

Renumeration of Physicians in Hospital

Medical Services

Nursing Services

Spiritual Services

Outpatient Services Department

PhilHealth Benchbook Notes – 2005

Manila Doctors Hospital [Official Website of MDH] [Temporary KMS Website of MDH]

The New Manila Doctors Hospital

R.O. Joson’s Vision of the New MDH

Planning for the New MDH

MDH Vision-Mission Statement (1999)

MDH Quality Assurance Program

MDH Disaster Preparedness Plan

MDH Emergency Room

MHA Students’ Case Study on MDH Emergency Room

Hospital Committees (2003)

MDH Task Force SARS (2003)

Division of Head and Neck, Breast, Soft Tissue, and Esophageal Surgery (GSI), Philippine General Hospital


Department of Surgery, Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center

Philippine Council for Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (PCAHO)

Course in Hospital Administration

Organization and Management of Different Departments and Services of the Hospital – A Syllabus

A template in Studying Organization and Management of Different Departments and Services of a Hospital

Short Course on Hospital Organization and Management of Selected Clinical, Ancillary, and Support Departments, UP College of Public Health, November 18, 2008


        Department of Surgery



Emergency Room [Syllabus] [Self-instructional Program]

Surgery and Operating Room [Syllabus][Self-instructional Program]

Powerpoint presentations: 

Emergency Room

Surgery Department

Anesthesiology Department

MDH Emergency Room



How to Make Vision-Mission Statements [Note1][Note2]

Philippine Data on Hospital Administration


Participatory Management of Doctors in Putting Up a New Wing in a Hospital

First Posted: November, 1999
Updated: April, 2002; July, 2003; February, 2005 Last Updated: November, 2008

Education for Health Development in the Philippines


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