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Introduction

Tertiary hospitals in Mindanao (particularly those that are government owned) are in the forefront in providing tertiary health care to the 22 million inhabitants of the region. In the realm of surgery, the majority of these hospitals are delivering substandard care, unable to meet the standards of quality surgical care as determined by the Philippine College of Surgeons (PCS) and the Philippine Society of General Surgeons (PSGS), the acknowledged accreditation body for the specialty for Surgery.
It is well known that the stamp of accreditation given to a training program provides a positive impact towards the improvement and upgrading of health care delivery. To address the need for a standardized surgical practice and lack of human resource in surgery, it is imperative that Mindanao hospitals should devise a mechanism to pursue accreditation more realistically.
Through the established of the Mindanao Integrated Surgical Residency Training Program (MISTRP), tertiary hospitals in Mindanao, starting with Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC formerly Davao Medical Center) and the Davao Regional Medical Center (DRMC), both government hospitals in Region XI, closely collaborated with each other and pooled together their resources to achieve a collective accreditation status in General Surgery in the pursuit of excellence, built on a foundation of a family-oriented organization and in the spirit of networking, sharing, and integration.

Vision
The MISTRP envisions integration of all interested and facility capable hospitals in Mindanao into one common residency training program for General Surgery. The MISTRP also envisions producing board certified General Surgeons who shall dedicate their services to the disadvantaged regions of Mindanao.

Mission
The MISTRP is committed to the training of resident physicians in General Surgery for the delivery of quality surgical care including research, continuing education, preventive and rehabilitative health care, that shall be comprehensive and responsive to the health needs of the people of Mindanao.

Location:
2nd Floor Department of Surgery Office


Telephone number:
09293554566 local 614

Staff

James Paul B. Dumdum, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Chairman

Manuel S. Tesoro, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Training Officer

Consultants

Romulo A. Busuego, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Johan G. Dalmacio, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Bernardo S. Ang, FPCS, FPSGS
Alex L. Tan, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Bryan O. Dalid, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Ismael G. Crisostomo, MD, FPSTS
Shalimar C. Cortez, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Josel Rey L. Aguelo, MD, FPATACSI, FPCS
Walter G. Batucan, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Orlando F. Basilio Jr., MD, FPSCRS, FPCS
Neil M. Alegarbes, MD, DPBS
Manuel Gerard L. Sevilla, MD
Victor Espino, MD, FPUA
Sergio P. Dalisay,Jr, MD
Arnulfo E. Mapayo, MD
Rodel M. Flores, MD, FPCS, FPSGS
Jeremiah R. Morales, MD, FPOA
Russel G. Sasing, MD, DPBNS
Dan Bagarra, MD, FPOA
Gedeon B. Tolentino, MD, DPBS
Russlin A. Huerta, MD, FAFN
Jose Nicanor P. Del Rosario III, MD, FAFN
Kenneth T. Tandug, MD
Manuel Tan, MD
Mauro B. Bravo, MD, DPBS
Richard L. Lobaton, MD

Surgical Oncology Fellow

John Carlson A. Lei, MD, DPBS
Lauralee L. Leano-Samonte, MD, DPBS
Roland Victor P. Chiu, MD, DPBS

Francis P. Maranian, MD
Chief Resident

Residents
Jose Reynand S. Viado, MD
Louvette P. Donayre, MD
Mohammad Nazif G. Cader, MD
Ralphtrin Gel B. Hermosisima, MD
Cyndi RikkaN.Loyola, MD
Louie John R. Baldonado, MD
John Edward C. Padisio, MD
Salma Majeedah S. Abdulraouf, MD
Julius C'zar A. Ramos, MD
John Mark G. Perez, MD
Ladyliza L. Lupiba, MD
Carmela Isabel D. Cembrano, MD
Erwin A. Corinales, MD
Vixcir M. Lopez, MD

Services Offered

Services

 

Description Schedule
Surgical Oncology Section A subspecialty section that provides services for consultation chemotherapy and surgical planning of cancer patients.

Mondays through Fridays

(8am to 5pm)

Neurosurgery Section Provides a center for consultation and follow-up of patients with neurosurgical problems.

Every Thursdays

(10amto 3pm)

Orthopedics Section A subspecialty action that offers orthopedic consultation, outpatient surgery, follow-up and planning of surgery including spine.

Every Wednesdays

(8am to 5pm)

Pediatric surgery Section Caters pediatric surgical patients for consultation follow-up and planning of surgical intervention.

Every Mondays

(1pm to 5pm)

Colorectal Surgery Section Provides comprehensive services for diagnosed, follow-up, outpatient procedures and surgical planning for patients with colorectal needs.

Every Mondays

(1pm to 5pm)

Hepatobiliary Surgery Section A subspecialty section which caters patients hepatobiliary surgical problems for diagnose, follow-up and surgical planning.

Every Fridays

(1pm to 5pm)

Thoracovascular Surgery Section Provides a center for consultation and follow-up of patients with thoracovascular problems.

Every Fridays

(1pm to 5pm)

Transplant and Vascular Surgery Section A subspecialty section that offers planning and scheduling of patients for renal replacement therapy including kidney transplant surgery

Every Fridays

(1pm to 5pm)

Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery Section A subspecialty section which provides services for consultation, follow up and surgical planning if patients with plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Every Wednesdays

(1pm to 5pm)

Otorhinolaryngeal/Head and Neck Surgery Section Provides comprehensive services for diagnosed, follow-up, outpatient procedures and surgical planning for patients with head and neck surgical problems.

Every Wednesdays

(1pm to 5pm)

Urology Surgery Section A subspecialty action that offers urologic consultation, outpatient procedures, follow-up and planning of urologic surgery.

Every Mondays

(1pm to 5pm)