2560 Leon Guinto Street

Singalong, Malate, Manila






Medical & Dental


 We envision a healthy and health-conscious School Community.


To conduct health care services with the highest standards of professionalism guided by the love of work, commitment, and utmost competence.


• To provide health services to the school community through annual health check-up of faculty, staff and students, emergency and first aid care; consultation and treatment of common school-related illnesses and prevention programs against diseases through vaccination.

• To motivate and assist students and staff to maintain and improve their health through the following health measure activities: health awareness lectures on various medical concerns of the time, pamphlet distribution and bulletin board information.

• To maintain a healthy school environment through regular cleaning of classrooms and surroundings, quarterly water analysis and weekly food inspection of the canteen.

• To improve the health education of the community by participating in planned instruction, collaboration with health teachers, participation in teaching-learning experiences as resource persons, providing incidental experiences (Health Education) and preparation of instructional materials.

• To aid school community programs through medical and dental services to the community centers, participate and cooperate in school activities needing medical assistance.

Service Hours

Monday to Friday

From 7:00 am to 9:00 pm 
(No Noon Break)


From 7:00 am to 4:00 pm 

St. Scholastica’s College Manila
2560 Leon Guinto Street, 

Malate, Metro Manila 

Phone: (632) 8567-7686 local 8128, 8129
Mobile:  0920-1001151

Head & Staff

Dr. Corazon P. Pejo,DPPS
Senior Medical Officer

Dr.  Madeleine L. Buraga, FPPS
Dr. Bernadette E. Dela Cruz, FPPS
Dr. Sharlyn Y. Patigas, DPPS 
School Physicians

Dr.  Anna Leonora V. Camus
School Dentist

Ms. Joy Abrigo, RN
Ms. Maria Nape Alonzo, RN
Ms. Brenda Gonzales, RN
Ms. Mary Jane Velasco, RN
Registered Nurses

The school clinic renders the following services:

MDHS 41. Annual medical and dental examination of all students, employees and food suppliers

2. Out-Patient consultation

3. Initial treatment of emergency cases

4. Health Measure Activities

     a. Lectures/symposia on medical concerns of the time

     b. Issuance of memo on current health issues

     c. Bulletin board information

MDHS 35. Preventive Measure

     a. Vaccination

     b. Water Analysis

6. Outreach

     a. Medical and Dental mission

     b. Blood letting

MDHS 18• After oral examination, students found to have cavities or needs further treatment are given referral slips to their family dentist.

• Treatment is done on all emergency cases. Emergency treatment refers to any treatment of dental ailments or conditions that may impair the academic activity of the students during school hours and includes:

     – Dental pain

     – Dislodged fixed bridge or jacket

     – Traumatic injuries within the school premises

     – Secondary or post extraction

• Oral prophylaxis is done when necessary to students and employees with gingivitis or other periodontal diseases.


1. Fill out medical and dental forms (except with existing medical records)

2. Present form to the nurses for preliminary check-up

     a. Height and weight measurement, past history, age, telephone number.

     b. Visual Acuity Test

     c. Blood pressure and temperature

3. Present to the doctor on duty for the check-up and diagnosis.

4. Return to the nurse for filing and direction.

Daily Consultation

1. Patient entering the clinic must sign the logbook.

     a. Full name

     b. Complaint

     c. Time-in

(Grade school students availing clinic service must present the index card provided by their teacher indicating their time-out from class and complaint).

2. Patient to see the nurse on duty.

3. Nurse to retrieve medical record.

4. Nurse to conduct preliminary examination (BP, Temperature, Heart Rate, and Respiratory Rate).

5. Nurse to refer patient to the doctor on duty.

6. Doctor on duty to examine patient to establish diagnosis; issue prescription and / or referral to specialist if needed; request laboratory examinations if necessary.

7. Doctor to write on medical record the findings, prescriptions, and recommendations.

8. Doctor to send the patient to the nurse for disposition.

9. Nurse to issue complimentary medicine if available.

Patients for Temporary Observation

1. Patients for observation in the clinic are required to stay in the infirmary.

2. The nurse will monitor the development and will update the doctor on duty about the progress.

3. The doctor will evaluate the situation and will issue disposition.

4. No overnight confinement in the clinic is permitted.

5. Nurse to fill up records of the patient

     a. For Grade School Students – form no. 2

     b. For High School Students – form no. 5

6. Nurse to notify parents and advisers.

7. Nurse to require patient to time-out.

8. Nurse to fill out the medical record.

Cases for Temporary Observation

Students with the following conditions are OBSERVED IN THE INFIRMARY for further monitoring and evaluation prior to the final recommendation.

• Nausea and vomiting

• Fever

• Vertigo

• Dysmenorrhea

• Migraine and Tension Headaches

• Asthma

• Allergies

• LBM with frequency of less than 3 episode per hour

• Hypertension

• Any other condition not mentioned above but needs monitoring

Use of Clinic Referral Record

MDHS 191. Whenever you are not feeling well in class you may go to the clinic. Bring your Clinic Referral Record (CRR).

2. Your CRR can be secured from your Class Adviser. You must always fill-out the CRR, to be noted by your teacher before you can go to the clinic, unless, it is an emergency case.

3. Present CRR to the nurse on duty for initial assessment. Then you will be referred to the doctor on duty for proper treatment.

NOTE: In serious cases, the nurse is called via the LRC-PS Intercom phone to fetch the student from the classroom.

Sending the Student Home

1. The clinic will notify the parents immediately by phone.

2. The nurse will fill up the Recommendation to go home Slip.

3. The parent/guardian who will fetch the student will bring the form to the adviser/head teacher/subject teacher to make the appropriate notation therein.

4. The Office of Student Services will issue the gate pass for the sick student.

NOTE: The sick student stays in the clinic until she is fetched.

During Recess/Lunch Break

During your break, you may proceed to the clinic directly with a classmate or a friend. Should you be recommended to go home, the procedure as previously specified shall be followed. 

MDHS 6• The School Clinic promotes, develops and maintains the physical and mental health of the school population.

• It provides annual medical and dental examination to students at the beginning of the school year and conducts drug testing in compliance with Deped memo 80 s. 2009 and Section 36 © of Article III of Republic Act No. 9165, otherwise known as the “Comprehensive Dangerous Act of 2002”.

• The clinic is open from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Mondays to Fridays and 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturdays.

• It is staffed by a team of three (3) part-time physicians, a full-time dentist, a full-time medical/dental aide and four (4) full-time nurses.

• The clinic personnel also make their services available for co-curricular, extra-curricular and out-of-school activities.

MDHS 2• The objectives of the clinic are to promote, develop and maintain the physical and mental health of the school population.

• It is staffed by a team of qualified physicians: 3 pediatricians and internist, a dentist, 3 nurses and a medical aide.

• The clinic is open from Mondays through Fridays from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

• All students are required to undergo medical and dental check-up every year. All new college students must have a chest x-ray before the start of the school year.

• Students who have complied with the medical-dental requirements are given clearance through the SAO before their final examinations.

Emergency Cases

MDHS 7• Emergency cases shall be handled by the doctor on duty.

• Emergency cases shall be provided first aid and initial medication.

• The nurse on duty shall take all important and necessary vital signs, inform parents, teacher in charge, department concerned and the Business Office / AGSO / Safety & Security Office for transportation.

• The doctor will coordinate with the appropriate hospital for transfer.

• Hospital bill shall be for the account of the parents or guardian.

Emergency Protocols in case of Disasters

In case of earthquake, fire, or any disaster, all medical staff on duty will stay at the stone table are at SSC field and will bring the necessary equipment assigned to them.

• Emergency Cart

• Nebulizer

• BP Apparatus

• Oxygen Tanks

• Crutches

• Stretcher

• Wheelchair

• Weighing Scale

• Dental Chair

• Ambu Bag

• Laryngoscope

• Medicines

• Nurse Station

• Medical Office

• Dental Office

• Treatment Room

• Infirmary

• Isolation Room

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