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St. Luke’s Medical Center is recognized as the leading and most respected healthcare institution in the Philippines. Its two facilities in Quezon City and Global City, Taguig are at par with the most advanced hospitals around the world. A testament to St. Luke's world class quality medical service is its accreditation with, and affiliation to, prestigious international organizations. In 2016, it was also the first in the country to be accredited by JCI as an Academic Medical Center Hospital. St. Luke’s - Global City, on the other hand, earned its own JCI hospital accreditation in 2012 after only two years of operation. Both hospitals are also accredited by JCI for the Clinical CareProgram Certification (CCPC) for the Primary Stroke Program. Germany-based accrediting body Temos (Trust, Effective Medicine, and Optimized Services) accredited both hospitals for Excellence in Medical Tourism and Quality in International Patient Care. St. Luke’s - Quezon City and Global City have also been recognized by the Diplomatic Council of Europe, in 2014 as two of only 20 “Best Hospitals Worldwide,” and in 2016 as part of the prestigious group’s list of “Preferred Partner Hospitals”.The passion to continuously improve, redefine, and evolve excellence in medical and patient services has been the cornerstone of SLMC’s mission to deliver state-of-the-art healthcare. This is also guided by key drivers: good clinical outcomes, patient safety, education, training and research, a superior patient experience, and financial viability. St. Luke's Quezon City and Global City hospitals possess a combined total of 1,146 well-appointed rooms to ensure that all patients can be comfortably attended to, without fear of a shortage in accommodations. Each is equipped with the best available equipment depending on patient requirements, even providing bespoke services such as a selective menu, a private butler, and advanced living amenities. St. Luke's believes that comfort and a positive experience are vital in the quest for health and recovery, and its range of patient rooms are designed with precisely these in mind. It is because St. Luke's rooms provide a restorative space perfect for healing that they are a sought-after choice for patients who need hospital care. A testament to this would be the combined average number of in-patient admissions per year for both Quezon City and Global City Hospitals, which is at 60,321 annually. Meanwhile, an average of 2.7 million yearly outpatient consultations indicates that St. Luke's is also the top-of-mind choice even when patients are not required to be admitted. With 12 institutes and various departments and centers serving its patients, St. Luke's practices a multidisciplinary and comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of specific medical conditions, while significant investments have been made to acquire advanced medical technologies and equipment that provide the most accurate diagnostics possible. In the hands of skilled and committed doctors, these advanced tools help propel St. Luke's and its capabilities to the forefront of healthcare service in the Philippines. A rundown of the institution's most prominent centers and cutting-edge technologies verifies the hospital's position as a pioneer in the country’s health and wellness sphere. St. Luke's also addresses the limited number of organ donations in the Philippines with the establishment of its own Center for Organ Transplantation. The Center performs both living and deceased organ transplantation procedures with survival rates at par with international outcomes—reported by the best centers around the world—and is promptly capable of performing living-donor liver transplants. St. Luke's is also the first hospital in the Philippines to be accredited by PhilHealth for the “Z” Package, making organ transplantation at St. Luke's more affordable and accessible to more Filipinos. To be able to treat peritoneal carcinomatosis more effectively, St. Luke's has made Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy, or HIPEC, available to those afflicted with this rare type of cancer. HIPEC is the gold standard when it comes to this type of treatment, delivering the highly concentrated, heated chemotherapy to the affected area with more accuracy. St. Luke's Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine and Infertility (CARMI) is the only hospital-based In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) unit in the Philippines. St. Luke's - Global City Facility is home to the country’s first Center for Advanced Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, under its Institute of Digestive and Liver diseases. The diagnostic and therapeutic center addresses upper and lower gastrointestinal diseases using state-of-the-art technology from Japan. Among the available procedures at the center are Endoscopic Mucosal Resection (EMR) and Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection (ESD), which do not require open surgery. St. Luke's Brain Attack Team (BAT), the first of its kind to be globally-recognized and accredited by the JCI, ensures the rapid and correct treatment of stroke. The BAT is composed of neurology and neurosurgery stroke consultants, stroke fellows, stroke nurses, emergency department doctors, radiology consultants, and endovascular specialists. ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction, or STEMI, demands rapid medical response. It is with this in mind that St. Luke's created the STEMI Team, specifically to address the needs of STEMI patients. Emergency physicians and nurses, coronary care unit nurses, Cathlab staff, and committed interventional cardiologists who adhere to international standards of treatment and response time comprise the team. The institution's Molecular Pathology arm, on the other hand, specializes in examining diseases and conditions from the root. To properly classify conditions, Molecular Pathology examines them through the molecular structure of the patient, providing a more accurate interpretation for a more personalized treatment. This multidisciplinary approach is commonly used in the diagnosis of cancer and other infectious diseases. St. Luke's is also proud to possess some of the most advanced technology in the Philippines. In both Global City and Quezon City hospitals, Patient Experience Officers are always on hand to assist patients and their families with medical and personal concerns.

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Cardiac surgery

  • Alcohol septal ablation in hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy — ≈ $4,979
  • Aortic valve replacement (AVR) — ≈ $20,014
  • Atrial septal defect (ASD) repair — ≈ $13,837
  • Bio-prosthetic valve replacement — ≈ $27,762
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy with defibrillator (CRT-D) — ≈ $18,365
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy with pacemaker (CRT-P) — ≈ $10,973
  • Catheter cardiac ablation — ≈ $9,427
  • Catheter cryoablation — ≈ $9,220
  • Change of defibrillator — ≈ $7,086
  • Coarctectomy in children — ≈ $8,356
  • Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) — $19,775
  • Coronary catheterization — ≈ $2,032
  • Double valve repair — ≈ $19,022
  • Double valve replacement — $19,775
  • Dual chamber pacemaker insertion — ≈ $3,892
  • Electrophysiology study (EPS) — ≈ $2,544
  • Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) — $0
  • Fractional flow reserve (FFR) — ≈ $772
  • Heart tumor surgery — ≈ $14,284
  • Heart valve repair — ≈ $22,398
  • Heart valve replacement — ≈ $19,775
  • Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator implantation (ICD) — $0
  • Insertion of Optimizer smart implantable pulse generator (IPD) system — ≈ $9,939
  • Insertion of one electrode for implanted pacemaker or defibrillator — ≈ $7,416
  • Insertion of two electrodes for implanted pacemaker or defibrillator — $0
  • Leadless Pacemaker implantation Micra and Nanostim — ≈ $8,349
  • Loop recorder implantation (ILR) — ≈ $4,755
  • Loop recorder removal — ≈ $1,903
  • MAZE procedure — ≈ $13,812
  • Management of ICD system — ≈ $781
  • Management of pacemaker system — ≈ $455
  • Mechanical valve replacement — ≈ $27,017
  • Minimally invasive valvular heart surgery with valve repair or replacement — $0
  • Mitral valve replacement (MVR) — ≈ $15,836
  • Off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery — ≈ $16,010
  • Open-heart intracardiac foreign body removal — ≈ $18,905
  • Pacemaker replacement — ≈ $4,038
  • Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) open heart surgery in adults — ≈ $6,125
  • Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with angioplasty — ≈ $5,645
  • Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with stent insertion — ≈ $4,507
  • Permanent pacemaker implantation — ≈ $3,762
  • Pulmonary artery thromboendarterectomy — ≈ $10,045
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) — ≈ $12,359
  • Redo heart surgery — ≈ $14,440
  • Removal of permanent pacemaker — ≈ $4,517
  • Repair of the ruptured sinuses of Valsalva — ≈ $10,228
  • Rotational atherectomy — ≈ $1,916
  • Septal myectomy — ≈ $13,181
  • Single chamber pacemaker insertion — ≈ $2,858
  • Surgery for tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) in adults — ≈ $9,837
  • Surgical ventricular restoration (SVR) — ≈ $11,694
  • Temporary pacemaker implantation — ≈ $760
  • Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) — ≈ $27,715
  • Transcatheter pulmonary valve replacement (PVR) — ≈ $16,881
  • Tricuspid valve replacement (TVR) — ≈ $14,189
  • Ventricular assist device (LVAD, RVAD, BVAD) implantation — $0
  • Ventricular septal defect (VSD) repair — ≈ $13,167

Vascular surgery

  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm repair — ≈ $12,311
  • Abdominal endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) — ≈ $15,148
  • Aortic arch replacement — ≈ $13,368
  • Aortic reconstruction — ≈ $6,918
  • Aortography — ≈ $1,260
  • Aortoiliac allografting — ≈ $12,236
  • Arteriovenous (AV) fistula surgery — ≈ $1,792
  • Arteriovenous (AV) graft surgery — ≈ $2,650
  • Arteriovenous malformations (AVM) embolization — ≈ $8,036
  • Bentall surgery — ≈ $20,633
  • Bilateral varicose veins surgery — ≈ $1,674
  • Catheter embolization — ≈ $2,838
  • Catheter-directed sclerotherapy (CDS) (Bilateral) — ≈ $809
  • Catheter-directed sclerotherapy (CDS) (Unilateral) — ≈ $470
  • Complex aortic surgery — ≈ $34,989
  • Crossectomy — ≈ $1,078
  • Crossectomy + Saphenous vein ligation and stripping + Side vein surgery — ≈ $1,858
  • Crossectomy and side vein surgery — ≈ $2,473
  • Cryosurgery of varicose veins — ≈ $2,798
  • Embolization of peripheral arteries aneurysm — ≈ $14,673
  • Endoscopic vein harvesting (EVH) for coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) — ≈ $299
  • Endovascular repair of peripheral artery aneurysm with a stent-graft — ≈ $9,517
  • Endovascular thrombectomy — ≈ $3,192
  • Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) for varicose vein (Bilateral) — ≈ $2,889
  • Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) for varicose vein (Unilateral) — ≈ $1,852
  • Femoral-popliteal bypass graft surgery — ≈ $6,342
  • Foam sclerotherapy (Bilateral) — ≈ $580
  • Foam sclerotherapy (Unilateral) — ≈ $634
  • Hybrid varicose veins treatment (open+endovascular) — $0
  • Iliac artery aneurysms stent grafting — $0
  • Inferior vena cava (IVC) filter placement — ≈ $2,597
  • Laser treatment for spider veins — ≈ $540
  • Ligation of incompetent perforator veins — ≈ $539
  • Mechanochemical Ablation (MOCA) — ≈ $1,341
  • Pelvic vein embolization (PVE) — ≈ $2,221
  • Peripheral artery aneurysm surgery — ≈ $13,732
  • Peripheral artery bypass — ≈ $12,521
  • Phlebectomy (including mini-phleboctomy) — ≈ $1,261
  • Portocaval anastomosis — $0
  • Prostatic artery embolization (PAE) — ≈ $2,071
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for varicose veins (Bilateral) — ≈ $2,185
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for varicose veins (Unilateral) — ≈ $1,543
  • Reconstructive surgery for peripheral artery disease (PAD) — ≈ $9,198
  • Renal arteries embolization (RAE) — ≈ $3,596
  • Renal artery bypass surgery — ≈ $10,748
  • Ross operation — ≈ $21,598
  • Secondary Cimino arteriovenous anastomosis surgery — ≈ $1,488
  • Spider vein sclerotherapy — ≈ $340
  • Surgical thrombectomy — ≈ $8,182
  • Thoracic aortic aneurysm surgery — ≈ $16,465
  • Thoracic endovascular aneurysm repair (TEVAR) — ≈ $15,201
  • Unilateral varicose veins surgery — ≈ $1,678
  • Uterine artery embolization (UAE) — ≈ $2,992
  • Valve sparing root replacement (VSRR) — ≈ $11,688
  • Varicose vein stripping (Unilateral) — ≈ $2,956
  • Varicose veins treatment — ≈ $3,543
  • Venaseal glue therapy of varicose vein (Bilateral) — ≈ $3,192
  • Venaseal glue therapy of varicose vein (Unilateral) — ≈ $2,522

Thoracic surgery

  • Chest wall deformity correction — ≈ $5,500
  • Decortication — ≈ $5,351
  • Diagnostic thoracoscopy — ≈ $1,999
  • Diagnostic thoracotomy — ≈ $2,027
  • Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS) — ≈ $1,978
  • Esophageal dilation — ≈ $837
  • Esophageal stenting — ≈ $2,153
  • Esophagocoloplasty — ≈ $3,595
  • Laparoscopic myotomy for achalasia — ≈ $3,148
  • Lung volume reduction surgery (LVRS) — $0
  • Mediastinoscopy — ≈ $4,520
  • Mediastinotomy — $0
  • Open chest surgery — ≈ $7,963
  • Removal of a malignant tumor of the chest wall — ≈ $3,507
  • Repair of diaphragmatic hernia — ≈ $1,623
  • Rib cancer surgical treatment — ≈ $3,779
  • Surgery for chest trauma — $0
  • Surgical removal of lung cyst (including hydatid cyst) — ≈ $4,888
  • Thoracentesis — ≈ $402
  • Thoracoplasty including sternoplasty — ≈ $5,217
  • Trachea and air passages surgery — ≈ $9,700

Neurosurgery

  • Aqueductoplasty — $0
  • Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) resection — ≈ $7,131
  • Benign peripheral nerve tumor removal — ≈ $1,795
  • Brachial plexus surgery — ≈ $4,892
  • Brain aneurysm clipping — ≈ $9,818
  • Brain aneurysm repair — ≈ $9,983
  • Brain biopsy — ≈ $2,376
  • Brain shunt surgery — ≈ $6,042
  • Brain tumor embolization — ≈ $10,081
  • Brain tumors surgery — ≈ $7,512
  • Burr hole surgery — ≈ $2,116
  • Cavernous malformation treatment — ≈ $7,585
  • Craniofacial surgery — ≈ $5,415
  • Cranioplasty — ≈ $3,676
  • Craniosynostosis surgery — ≈ $10,487
  • Craniotomy — ≈ $9,682
  • Decompressive craniectomy — ≈ $9,468
  • Deep brain stimulation (DBS) — ≈ $37,909
  • Elevation of depressed skull fracture — ≈ $3,523
  • Embolization for cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM) — ≈ $14,107
  • Endoscopic pituitary surgery — ≈ $8,232
  • Endoscopic septostomy — ≈ $4,673
  • Endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) — ≈ $3,523
  • Endovascular coiling for brain aneurysms — ≈ $12,302
  • Endovascular stenting of cerebral vessels — ≈ $10,334
  • Epidural block — ≈ $431
  • Epidural hematoma treatment — ≈ $2,913
  • External ventricular drain (EVD) placement — ≈ $1,034
  • Extra-intracranial arterial bypass (EIAB) — ≈ $17,112
  • Extracranial CSF drainage — $0
  • Facet joint injection — ≈ $496
  • Facial nerve repair — ≈ $970
  • Functional neurosurgery — ≈ $2,973
  • Head injury surgery — ≈ $3,471
  • Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) surgical treatment — ≈ $4,620
  • Intracranial hemorrhage treatment — ≈ $7,003
  • Intracranial mechanical thrombectomy — ≈ $7,582
  • Intrathecal pain pump — ≈ $2,187
  • Lumbar puncture — ≈ $448
  • Microvascular decompression (MVD) — ≈ $7,116
  • Nerve decompression surgery — ≈ $2,486
  • Nerve graft repair — ≈ $2,990
  • Ommaya reservoir placement — ≈ $4,378
  • Pallidotomy — ≈ $6,959
  • Peripheral nerve repair — ≈ $2,770
  • Pipeline embolization procedure — $0
  • Repair of congenital skull defects — ≈ $2,420
  • Shunt revision — ≈ $3,493
  • Skull base surgery — ≈ $8,999
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage treatment — ≈ $897
  • Subdural haematoma treatment — ≈ $4,568
  • Surgery for an acoustic neuroma — ≈ $7,311
  • Surgical neurolysis — ≈ $1,117
  • Traumatic cerebrospinal fluid leaks surgical repair — ≈ $1,169

Spine surgery

  • Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) — ≈ $8,239
  • Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) — ≈ $6,600
  • Atlantoaxial fixation — ≈ $7,041
  • Cervical fusion — ≈ $4,694
  • Cervical laminectomy — ≈ $5,635
  • Corpectomy + Spinal stabilisation — ≈ $7,822
  • Device for intervertebral assisted motion (DIAM) — $0
  • Discectomy — ≈ $5,469
  • Extreme lateral interbody fusion (XLIF) — $0
  • Foraminotomy — ≈ $3,408
  • Hemivertebra excision — $0
  • Instrumented spine stabilization — ≈ $10,972
  • Interspinous fixation with implant — ≈ $6,424
  • Kyphoplasty — ≈ $5,512
  • Laminectomy — ≈ $7,015
  • Laminoplasty — ≈ $7,513
  • Lateral access lumbar fusion — $0
  • Lumbar fixation — ≈ $9,890
  • Lumbar laminectomy — ≈ $4,920
  • Lumbosacral plexus surgery — ≈ $11,295
  • Microdiscectomy — ≈ $5,374
  • Microscopic decompression laminectomy — ≈ $6,304
  • Microsurgical extraforaminal decompression — ≈ $4,331
  • Minimally invasive cervical laminoforaminotomy — $0
  • Minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) — ≈ $10,787
  • Nucleoplasty — ≈ $3,344
  • Occipitocervical fusion surgery — ≈ $5,990
  • Percutaneous endoscopic lumbar discectomy (PELD) — ≈ $5,922
  • Percutaneous pedicle screw fixation — ≈ $3,552
  • Posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) — ≈ $5,816
  • Spina bifida treatment — $0
  • Spinal cord herniation surgery — $0
  • Spinal deformity correction — ≈ $10,702
  • Spinal synovial cyst removal — ≈ $341
  • Spine biopsy — ≈ $3,151
  • Spine dynamic stabilization — ≈ $4,564
  • Spine fractures surgical treatment — ≈ $16,989
  • Spine tumor surgery — ≈ $9,560
  • Surgery for spondylolisthesis — ≈ $14,871
  • Surgical spine procedures — ≈ $9,005
  • Tailbone removal — $0
  • Thoracic discectomy — ≈ $2,796
  • Thoracic laminectomy — ≈ $2,697
  • Thoracic spine fixation — ≈ $3,485
  • Total en bloc spondylectomy (TES) — ≈ $9,386
  • Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) — ≈ $17,955
  • Vertebroplasty — ≈ $3,375

Orthopedic surgery

  • Above-the-knee amputations (AKA) — ≈ $2,903
  • Achilles tendon repair surgery — ≈ $2,998
  • Acromioclavicular joint reconstruction — ≈ $3,357
  • Ankle arthrodesis — ≈ $3,837
  • Ankle fracture surgery — ≈ $2,910
  • Ankle ligament reconstruction surgery — ≈ $3,133
  • Ankle osteophyte removal — ≈ $1,211
  • Ankle osteotomy — ≈ $4,895
  • Arthrocentesis — ≈ $403
  • Arthroscopic adhesiolysis of the knee joint — $0
  • Arthroscopic arthrolysis — ≈ $1,456
  • Arthroscopic biceps tenodesis — ≈ $1,435
  • Arthroscopic capsular release of the ankle joint — ≈ $2,092
  • Arthroscopic chondroplasty — ≈ $3,752
  • Arthroscopic elbow debridement — ≈ $830
  • Arthroscopic jumper's knee surgery — ≈ $2,697
  • Arthroscopic knee debridement — ≈ $3,544
  • Arthroscopic labrum refixation surgery — ≈ $2,585
  • Arthroscopic loose bodies removal — ≈ $1,448
  • Arthroscopic meniscus repair — ≈ $4,155
  • Arthroscopic partial meniscectomy — ≈ $3,462
  • Arthroscopic reconstruction of the knee ligament — ≈ $1,304
  • Arthroscopic reconstruction of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) — ≈ $4,452
  • Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair — ≈ $1,676
  • Arthroscopic shoulder remplissage procedure — ≈ $3,205
  • Arthroscopic synovectomy of the knee joint — ≈ $2,582
  • Arthroscopic total meniscectomy — ≈ $3,662
  • Arthroscopic treatment of prepatellar bursitis — ≈ $1,366
  • Arthroscopic trochanter bursitis surgery — ≈ $2,309
  • Athletic pubalgia surgery — ≈ $3,045
  • Baker's cyst surgery — ≈ $1,650
  • Bankart shoulder repair surgery — ≈ $4,539
  • Below-the-knee amputation (BKA) — ≈ $2,654
  • Biceps tenotomy — ≈ $2,712
  • Bow legs surgery — ≈ $2,241
  • Carpal tunnel surgery — ≈ $179
  • Clavicle osteosynthesis — ≈ $3,245
  • Claw toe surgery — ≈ $1,664
  • Clubfoot surgical treatment — ≈ $1,777
  • Complex foot surgery — ≈ $3,831
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome surgery — ≈ $1,433
  • De Quervain's tendon release — ≈ $102
  • Delayed osteosynthesis — ≈ $5,970
  • Diabetic foot surgery — ≈ $4,441
  • Diagnostic arthroscopy — ≈ $1,037
  • Distal biceps tendon repair surgery — ≈ $2,893
  • Dupuytren's contracture surgery — ≈ $1,413
  • Elbow arthroscopy — ≈ $2,579
  • Elbow fracture surgery — ≈ $1,908
  • Elbow osteotomy — ≈ $2,539
  • External fixation — ≈ $640
  • Fasciotomy of the lower limb — ≈ $2,739
  • Femoral osteotomy — ≈ $3,989
  • Finger reconstruction — ≈ $1,955
  • Finger/toe amputation surgery — ≈ $1,250
  • First metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis — ≈ $2,780
  • Foot and ankle arthroscopy — ≈ $2,933
  • Foot and ankle tendon surgery — ≈ $2,015
  • Foot arthrodesis — ≈ $2,875
  • Foot deformity correction — ≈ $3,127
  • Foot drop surgery — ≈ $4,699
  • Foot ganglion cyst removal — ≈ $1,210
  • Forearm fasciotomy — ≈ $3,123
  • Forearm fracture surgery — ≈ $1,839
  • Frozen shoulder surgery — ≈ $2,069
  • Guyon's canal release — ≈ $1,145
  • Haglund's deformity surgery — ≈ $2,256
  • Hallux rigidus surgery — ≈ $1,283
  • Hallux valgus surgery — ≈ $2,791
  • Hammer toe surgery — ≈ $1,210
  • Hamstring syndrome surgery — ≈ $2,404
  • Hand amputation surgery — ≈ $1,275
  • Hand ganglion cyst removal — ≈ $1,064
  • Hand rejuvenation with structural fat grafting — ≈ $2,490
  • Hand surgery — ≈ $3,035
  • Hand tendon surgery — ≈ $1,212
  • Heel bursectomy — ≈ $1,588
  • High tibial osteotomy — ≈ $5,881
  • Hindfoot fracture surgery — ≈ $4,435
  • Hip arthrodesis — ≈ $3,515
  • Hip arthroscopy — ≈ $4,452
  • Hip core decompression — ≈ $4,272
  • Hip debridement surgery — $0
  • Hip fracture surgery — ≈ $4,173
  • Hip osteotomy — ≈ $4,070
  • Hip surgery — ≈ $5,332
  • Humerus fracture surgical treatment — ≈ $2,915
  • Interphalangeal joint arthrodesis — ≈ $3,456
  • Intramedullary nailing — ≈ $2,453
  • Joint dislocation reduction — ≈ $3,431
  • Kidner procedure — ≈ $1,042
  • Knee arthroscopy — ≈ $2,601
  • Knee osteotomy — ≈ $5,876
  • Lapidus arthrodesis — ≈ $5,598
  • Latarjet procedure — ≈ $2,630
  • Mallet finger surgery — ≈ $1,391
  • Mallet toe surgery — ≈ $1,440
  • Morton’s neuroma surgery — ≈ $1,406
  • Mumford procedure — ≈ $2,468
  • Muscle transfer — $0
  • Open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) — ≈ $3,407
  • Orthopedic surgery for cerebral palsy — $0
  • Osgood–Schlatter disease (OSD) surgery — ≈ $1,430
  • Osteosynthesis — ≈ $3,617
  • Outerbridge-Kashiwagi procedure — ≈ $2,078
  • Partial patellectomy — ≈ $3,865
  • Patella fracture surgery — ≈ $2,191
  • Patella stabilisation surgery — ≈ $3,237
  • Pediatric arthroscopy — $0
  • Pelvic fractures surgical treatment — ≈ $5,723
  • Percutaneous pinning — ≈ $2,338
  • Piriformis syndrome surgery — ≈ $1,527
  • Plantar fasciitis surgery — ≈ $1,466
  • Polydactyly surgery — ≈ $2,000
  • Quadriceps tendon reconstruction — ≈ $5,981
  • Quadricepsplasty — ≈ $6,676
  • Radial head excision — ≈ $2,295
  • Radial head fracture surgery — ≈ $3,103
  • Reconstructive surgery for treating pressure ulcers — $0
  • Removal of external fixator — ≈ $468
  • Removal of osteosynthetic material — $0
  • Revision — ≈ $8,152
  • Revision Achilles tendon reconstruction — ≈ $6,595
  • Rotator cuff repair — ≈ $2,181
  • Running injuries surgical treatment — ≈ $1,352
  • SLAP repair surgery — ≈ $4,965
  • Scaphoid pseudarthrosis reconstruction — ≈ $2,049
  • Shoulder arthrodesis — ≈ $2,414
  • Shoulder arthroscopy — ≈ $3,316
  • Shoulder disarticulation — ≈ $2,516
  • Shoulder osteotomy — ≈ $3,075
  • Shoulder stabilisation surgery — ≈ $1,676
  • Shoulder subacromial decompression surgery — ≈ $2,542
  • Sternal fracture treatment — ≈ $2,499
  • Surgery for hip impingement — ≈ $3,774
  • Surgery for pelvic organ prolapse — ≈ $3,513
  • Surgical Treatments for Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease — ≈ $2,813
  • Surgical treatment of congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia — ≈ $13,212
  • Surgical treatment of elbow instability — ≈ $2,857
  • Surgical treatment of hip dysplasia — ≈ $2,940
  • Surgical treatment of non-unions — ≈ $2,653
  • Syndactyly surgery — ≈ $5,091
  • Tailor's bunion surgery — ≈ $2,100
  • Tarsal coalition surgery — $0
  • Tarsal tunnel surgery — ≈ $1,571
  • Tendon repair — ≈ $1,981
  • Tendon transfer — ≈ $1,965
  • Tennis elbow surgery — ≈ $1,062
  • Tenotomy — ≈ $981
  • Toe joint arthroscopy — ≈ $3,436
  • Toe shortening surgery — ≈ $1,427
  • Tommy John surgery — ≈ $1,688
  • Total hip replacement (Unilateral) — $10,900
  • Total knee replacement (Unilateral) — $9,810
  • Total patellectomy — ≈ $1,979
  • Trapeziectomy — ≈ $2,358
  • Trigger finger release — ≈ $102
  • Triple pelvic osteotomy — ≈ $3,972
  • Upper limb amputation — ≈ $1,824
  • Weil osteotomy surgery — ≈ $1,380
  • Wound debridement — $0
  • Wrist arthrodesis — ≈ $1,986
  • Wrist arthroscopy — ≈ $2,727
  • Wrist fracture surgery — ≈ $2,484
  • Wrist ligament repair — ≈ $3,422
  • Wrist synovectomy — ≈ $465

Oncology

  • Abdominoperineal resection (APR) — ≈ $10,835
  • Adrenalectomy — ≈ $6,208
  • Allogeneic bone marrow transplantation (BMT) — $0
  • Autologous bone marrow transplantation (BMT) — $0
  • Axillary lymphadenectomy — ≈ $1,601
  • Bilateral adnexectomy — ≈ $3,900
  • Breast reconstruction after mastectomy — ≈ $7,185
  • Chemotherapy for bladder cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for bone cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for brain cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for colorectal cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for endometrial cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for eye cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for gallbladder cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for head and neck cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for kidney cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for leukemia — $0
  • Chemotherapy for liver cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for lung cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for lymphoma — $0
  • Chemotherapy for melanoma — $0
  • Chemotherapy for myeloma — $0
  • Chemotherapy for neuroblastoma — $0
  • Chemotherapy for neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) — $0
  • Chemotherapy for non-melanoma skin cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for ovarian cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for prostate cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for soft tissue sarcoma — $0
  • Chemotherapy for stomach cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for testicular cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for vaginal cancer — $0
  • Cholecystectomy — ≈ $2,545
  • Colon polypectomy — ≈ $868
  • Colorectal endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) — ≈ $1,873
  • Conization — ≈ $1,670
  • Cord blood stem cell transplantation — $0
  • Cryotherapy for skin lesions — ≈ $1,189
  • Cystectomy + Bladder reconstruction — ≈ $8,040
  • Cystoprostatectomy — ≈ $5,499
  • Debulking cytoreductive surgery — ≈ $9,083
  • Distal gastric resection — ≈ $4,968
  • Distal pancreatectomy — ≈ $8,975
  • Double preventive mastectomy — ≈ $4,862
  • Duodenectomy — ≈ $1,802
  • Endometriosis surgery — ≈ $2,735
  • Esophagogastrectomy — ≈ $44,945
  • Extended cholecystectomy — ≈ $12,765
  • External beam radiotherapy (EBRT) — $0
  • Gastric endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) — ≈ $2,074
  • Hartmann's operation — ≈ $3,899
  • Hematopoietic stem cell harvest — $0
  • Hemicolectomy — ≈ $7,779
  • Hormone therapy for breast cancer — $0
  • Hormone therapy for ovarian cancer — $0
  • Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) — ≈ $16,450
  • Hysteroscopic polypectomy — ≈ $1,494
  • Inguinofemoral lymphadenectomy — ≈ $2,304
  • Intersphincteric resection (ISR) — ≈ $3,260
  • Interstitial chemotherapy for brain tumors — $0
  • Jejunostomy — ≈ $2,643
  • Laparascopic myomectomy — ≈ $3,535
  • Laparoscopic adnexectomy — ≈ $2,352
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy — ≈ $1,140
  • Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy — ≈ $3,030
  • Laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy (LAVH) — ≈ $3,834
  • Laparoscopy-assisted supracervical hysterectomy (LASH) — ≈ $2,667
  • Laproscopic total gastrectomy — ≈ $7,850
  • Laser therapy for skin lesions — ≈ $1,306
  • Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) — ≈ $875
  • Low anterior resection (LAR) — ≈ $6,055
  • Lumpectomy — ≈ $1,986
  • Major liver resection — ≈ $9,255
  • Mediastinal lymphadenectomy — ≈ $1,727
  • Melanoma surgical removal — ≈ $5,074
  • Minor liver resection — ≈ $5,625
  • Mohs surgery — ≈ $2,230
  • Myomectomy — ≈ $2,268
  • Needle biopsy — ≈ $443
  • Nephroureterectomy — ≈ $7,860
  • Nipple and areola reconstruction — ≈ $1,804
  • Non-anatomic liver resection (NAR) — ≈ $14,250
  • Omentectomy — ≈ $1,376
  • Open hysterectomy — ≈ $1,118
  • Orchiectomy — ≈ $2,538
  • Ovarian transposition — ≈ $1,228
  • Pancreaticoduodenectomy — ≈ $15,844
  • Partial cystectomy — ≈ $3,711
  • Partial mastectomy — ≈ $2,844
  • Partial penectomy — ≈ $3,325
  • Partial vulvectomy — ≈ $2,265
  • Pelvic bone resection — ≈ $4,721
  • Pelvic lymphadenectomy — ≈ $2,461
  • Proctocolectomy — ≈ $6,322
  • Proximal gastric resection — ≈ $5,607
  • Radical cystectomy — ≈ $11,598
  • Radical mastectomy — ≈ $6,488
  • Radical nephrectomy — ≈ $8,176
  • Radical nephrectomy + Inferior vena cava (IVC) thrombectomy — ≈ $6,404
  • Radical prostatectomy — ≈ $7,121
  • Radical trachelectomy — ≈ $3,349
  • Radical vulvectomy — ≈ $3,777
  • Rectum anterior resection — ≈ $8,204
  • Removal of benign skin lesions — ≈ $704
  • Retroperitoneal lymphadenectomy — ≈ $4,546
  • Retroperitoneal tumor resection — ≈ $9,365
  • Salpingectomy — ≈ $2,204
  • Sentinel node biopsy — ≈ $3,120
  • Sigmoidectomy — ≈ $5,016
  • Simple mastectomy — ≈ $4,330
  • Skin cancer surgery — ≈ $1,065
  • Small bowel resection — ≈ $5,809
  • Soft tissue tumor removal — ≈ $4,280
  • Splenectomy — ≈ $4,600
  • Stem cell transplant (peripheral blood) — $0
  • Subcutaneous mastectomy — ≈ $2,522
  • Subtotal gastrectomy — ≈ $5,890
  • Surgery for bone cancer — ≈ $6,591
  • Surgical breast biopsy — ≈ $1,347
  • TRAM flap breast reconstruction — ≈ $10,606
  • Total colectomy — ≈ $7,336
  • Total esophagectomy — ≈ $19,063
  • Total gastrectomy — ≈ $15,658
  • Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH) — ≈ $1,118
  • Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH) + Bilateral adnexectomy — ≈ $4,892
  • Total pancreatectomy — ≈ $6,215
  • Total parietal peritonectomy — $0
  • Total penectomy — ≈ $3,556
  • Total skin electron therapy (TSET) — $0
  • Transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM) — ≈ $1,351
  • Transurethral incision of the prostate (TUIP) — ≈ $1,967
  • Transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT) — ≈ $2,668
  • Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) — ≈ $1,890
  • Tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte (TIL) therapy — $0
  • Ureteral cancer surgery — $0
  • Urethral cancer surgery — ≈ $2,132
  • Vacuum-assisted breast biopsy — ≈ $875
  • Vaginal hysterectomy — ≈ $3,532
  • Vaginectomy — ≈ $2,718

Prices for selected procedures, total
$0
Cardiac surgery
Price, USD
≈ $4,979
≈ $20,014
≈ $13,837
≈ $27,762
≈ $18,365
≈ $10,973
≈ $9,427
≈ $9,220
≈ $7,086
≈ $8,356
$19,775
≈ $2,032
≈ $19,022
$19,775
≈ $3,892
≈ $2,544
by request
≈ $772
≈ $14,284
≈ $22,398
≈ $19,775
by request
≈ $9,939
≈ $7,416
by request
≈ $8,349
≈ $4,755
≈ $1,903
≈ $13,812
≈ $781
≈ $455
≈ $27,017
by request
≈ $15,836
≈ $16,010
≈ $18,905
≈ $4,038
≈ $6,125
≈ $5,645
≈ $4,507
≈ $3,762
≈ $10,045
≈ $12,359
≈ $14,440
≈ $4,517
≈ $10,228
≈ $1,916
≈ $13,181
≈ $2,858
≈ $9,837
≈ $11,694
≈ $760
≈ $27,715
≈ $16,881
≈ $14,189
by request
≈ $13,167
Vascular surgery
Price, USD
≈ $12,311
≈ $15,148
≈ $13,368
≈ $6,918
≈ $1,260
≈ $12,236
≈ $1,792
≈ $2,650
≈ $8,036
≈ $20,633
≈ $1,674
≈ $2,838
≈ $809
≈ $470
≈ $34,989
≈ $1,078
≈ $1,858
≈ $2,473
≈ $2,798
≈ $14,673
≈ $299
≈ $9,517
≈ $3,192
≈ $2,889
≈ $1,852
≈ $6,342
≈ $580
≈ $634
by request
by request
≈ $2,597
≈ $540
≈ $539
≈ $1,341
≈ $2,221
≈ $13,732
≈ $12,521
≈ $1,261
by request
≈ $2,071
≈ $2,185
≈ $1,543
≈ $9,198
≈ $3,596
≈ $10,748
≈ $21,598
≈ $1,488
≈ $340
≈ $8,182
≈ $16,465
≈ $15,201
≈ $1,678
≈ $2,992
≈ $11,688
≈ $2,956
≈ $3,543
≈ $3,192
≈ $2,522
Thoracic surgery
Price, USD
≈ $5,500
≈ $5,351
≈ $1,999
≈ $2,027
≈ $1,978
≈ $837
≈ $2,153
≈ $3,595
≈ $3,148
by request
≈ $4,520
by request
≈ $7,963
≈ $3,507
≈ $1,623
≈ $3,779
by request
≈ $4,888
≈ $402
≈ $5,217
≈ $9,700
Neurosurgery
Price, USD
by request
≈ $7,131
≈ $1,795
≈ $4,892
≈ $9,818
≈ $9,983
≈ $2,376
≈ $6,042
≈ $10,081
≈ $7,512
≈ $2,116
≈ $7,585
≈ $5,415
≈ $3,676
≈ $10,487
≈ $9,682
≈ $9,468
≈ $37,909
≈ $3,523
≈ $14,107
≈ $8,232
≈ $4,673
≈ $3,523
≈ $12,302
≈ $10,334
≈ $431
≈ $2,913
≈ $1,034
≈ $17,112
by request
≈ $496
≈ $970
≈ $2,973
≈ $3,471
≈ $4,620
≈ $7,003
≈ $7,582
≈ $2,187
≈ $448
≈ $7,116
≈ $2,486
≈ $2,990
≈ $4,378
≈ $6,959
≈ $2,770
by request
≈ $2,420
≈ $3,493
≈ $8,999
≈ $897
≈ $4,568
≈ $7,311
≈ $1,117
≈ $1,169
Spine surgery
Price, USD
≈ $8,239
≈ $6,600
≈ $7,041
≈ $4,694
≈ $5,635
≈ $7,822
by request
≈ $5,469
by request
≈ $3,408
by request
≈ $10,972
≈ $6,424
≈ $5,512
≈ $7,015
≈ $7,513
by request
≈ $9,890
≈ $4,920
≈ $11,295
≈ $5,374
≈ $6,304
≈ $4,331
by request
≈ $10,787
≈ $3,344
≈ $5,990
≈ $5,922
≈ $3,552
≈ $5,816
by request
by request
≈ $10,702
≈ $341
≈ $3,151
≈ $4,564
≈ $16,989
≈ $9,560
≈ $14,871
≈ $9,005
by request
≈ $2,796
≈ $2,697
≈ $3,485
≈ $9,386
≈ $17,955
≈ $3,375
Orthopedic surgery
Price, USD
≈ $2,903
≈ $2,998
≈ $3,357
≈ $3,837
≈ $2,910
≈ $3,133
≈ $1,211
≈ $4,895
≈ $403
by request
≈ $1,456
≈ $1,435
≈ $2,092
≈ $3,752
≈ $830
≈ $2,697
≈ $3,544
≈ $2,585
≈ $1,448
≈ $4,155
≈ $3,462
≈ $1,304
≈ $4,452
≈ $1,676
≈ $3,205
≈ $2,582
≈ $3,662
≈ $1,366
≈ $2,309
≈ $3,045
≈ $1,650
≈ $4,539
≈ $2,654
≈ $2,712
≈ $2,241
≈ $179
≈ $3,245
≈ $1,664
≈ $1,777
≈ $3,831
≈ $1,433
≈ $102
≈ $5,970
≈ $4,441
≈ $1,037
≈ $2,893
≈ $1,413
≈ $2,579
≈ $1,908
≈ $2,539
≈ $640
≈ $2,739
≈ $3,989
≈ $1,955
≈ $1,250
≈ $2,780
≈ $2,933
≈ $2,015
≈ $2,875
≈ $3,127
≈ $4,699
≈ $1,210
≈ $3,123
≈ $1,839
≈ $2,069
≈ $1,145
≈ $2,256
≈ $1,283
≈ $2,791
≈ $1,210
≈ $2,404
≈ $1,275
≈ $1,064
≈ $2,490
≈ $3,035
≈ $1,212
≈ $1,588
≈ $5,881
≈ $4,435
≈ $3,515
≈ $4,452
≈ $4,272
by request
≈ $4,173
≈ $4,070
≈ $5,332
≈ $2,915
≈ $3,456
≈ $2,453
≈ $3,431
≈ $1,042
≈ $2,601
≈ $5,876
≈ $5,598
≈ $2,630
≈ $1,391
≈ $1,440
≈ $1,406
≈ $2,468
by request
≈ $3,407
by request
≈ $1,430
≈ $3,617
≈ $2,078
≈ $3,865
≈ $2,191
≈ $3,237
by request
≈ $5,723
≈ $2,338
≈ $1,527
≈ $1,466
≈ $2,000
≈ $5,981
≈ $6,676
≈ $2,295
≈ $3,103
by request
≈ $468
by request
≈ $8,152
≈ $6,595
≈ $2,181
≈ $1,352
≈ $4,965
≈ $2,049
≈ $2,414
≈ $3,316
≈ $2,516
≈ $3,075
≈ $1,676
≈ $2,542
≈ $2,499
≈ $3,774
≈ $3,513
≈ $2,813
≈ $13,212
≈ $2,857
≈ $2,940
≈ $2,653
≈ $5,091
≈ $2,100
by request
≈ $1,571
≈ $1,981
≈ $1,965
≈ $1,062
≈ $981
≈ $3,436
≈ $1,427
≈ $1,688
$10,900
$9,810
≈ $1,979
≈ $2,358
≈ $102
≈ $3,972
≈ $1,824
≈ $1,380
by request
≈ $1,986
≈ $2,727
≈ $2,484
≈ $3,422
≈ $465
Oncology
Price, USD
≈ $10,835
≈ $6,208
by request
by request
≈ $1,601
≈ $3,900
≈ $7,185
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
by request
≈ $2,545
≈ $868
≈ $1,873
≈ $1,670
by request
≈ $1,189
≈ $8,040
≈ $5,499
≈ $9,083
≈ $4,968
≈ $8,975
≈ $4,862
≈ $1,802
≈ $2,735
≈ $44,945
≈ $12,765
by request
≈ $2,074
≈ $3,899
by request
≈ $7,779
by request
by request
≈ $16,450
≈ $1,494
≈ $2,304
≈ $3,260
by request
≈ $2,643
≈ $3,535
≈ $2,352
≈ $1,140
≈ $3,030
≈ $3,834
≈ $2,667
≈ $7,850
≈ $1,306
≈ $875
≈ $6,055
≈ $1,986
≈ $9,255
≈ $1,727
≈ $5,074
≈ $5,625
≈ $2,230
≈ $2,268
≈ $443
≈ $7,860
≈ $1,804
≈ $14,250
≈ $1,376
≈ $1,118
≈ $2,538
≈ $1,228
≈ $15,844
≈ $3,711
≈ $2,844
≈ $3,325
≈ $2,265
≈ $4,721
≈ $2,461
≈ $6,322
≈ $5,607
≈ $11,598
≈ $6,488
≈ $8,176
≈ $6,404
≈ $7,121
≈ $3,349
≈ $3,777
≈ $8,204
≈ $704
≈ $4,546
≈ $9,365
≈ $2,204
≈ $3,120
≈ $5,016
≈ $4,330
≈ $1,065
≈ $5,809
≈ $4,280
≈ $4,600
by request
≈ $2,522
≈ $5,890
≈ $6,591
≈ $1,347
≈ $10,606
≈ $7,336
≈ $19,063
≈ $15,658
≈ $1,118
≈ $4,892
≈ $6,215
by request
≈ $3,556
by request
≈ $1,351
≈ $1,967
≈ $2,668
≈ $1,890
by request
by request
≈ $2,132
≈ $875
≈ $3,532
≈ $2,718
3.3
Overall rating: 5
July 16, 2023
Visited family confined there and I’m grateful they have big parking to begin with. But expensive, p105 for almost 4 hours. Also, their parking a labyrinth so take a picture of where you parked so you can find your vehicle faster later on. The presence of their staff is good - you can look around and there’s someone you can ask for directions and the guard and janitor actually know where to point you - I didn’t get any of that “hindi ko po alam e.” We got to see the doctors clinics at the 10th floor at the Medical Arts Building and and also private rooms at the South Wing. I like that their floors are properly labeled to help one find their way. At the ground floor you will find BDO, Security Bank, Mary Grace, Via Mare, Starbucks and another restaurant whose name I forgot. Also, there’s plenty of restrooms and many elevators. When we went there, it was later afternoon so it wasn’t crowded. No wait time time for elevators. I noticed they have a ramp to the ER, and fronting the ER is S&R. A n the other side, I think the side facing 32nd street is a Mercury Drug Store. It’s a pleasant place in as far as visiting. I don’t know what it’s like as a patient and would rather not, thank you very much 😄
Overall rating: 5
July 30, 2023
Grateful for their service when my brother got transferred from an inadequate hospital in Parañaque last 2021 and since my accident last Jul 12, 2023. I’m still going back for my PT, etc. Keep up the good work and may you continue to help more patients 🙏🏻
Overall rating: 5
August 07, 2023
The hospital itself is organized and beautiful, the nurses and staff are nice and attentive to my inquiries. While waiting the hospital offers snacks and drinks like water, coffee, and some juices. Place is clean The toilets are clean everything is good. You can't say bad about St. Lukes of course except for the price LOL😅. St. Lukes no.1
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