Admission Process

Roseville Rehabilitation Complex Company works to ensure that the admission process is as easy as possible for our patients. Equally important is helping potential patients and families feel comfortable and knowledgeable about the hospitalization process.

We encourage you to call and speak to one of our Intake professionals about the programs and services that are offered by Roseville Rehabilitation Complex Company. To begin the process, all you need to do is pick up the phone and call us.

Admission Policies

  1. Php10,000 initial deposit is required upon admission which will be consumed a week before patient’s discharge
  2. Hospital bills are updated weekly for payment
  3. Admitting Age: Not below 12 y/o
  4. Patients above 60 years old must have medical clearance first
  5. Presence of immediate relative is highly required upon admission
  6. Patients with medical conditions are required to secure a clearance from their Doctors before admission
  7. Patients are admitted only by the staff psychiatrists
  8. Referrals can be made by directly contacting the administrator or the psychiatrist in charge
  9. Patients will only be attended to only after consent for treatment/admission has been given by his/her relatives
  10. All admissions are placed in the Male Receiving Ward or Female Receiving Ward for close observation, complete mental, physical and neurological examination. Acutely disturbed patients necessitating isolation or restraints are treated promptly
  11. Patients with active suicidal and homicidal behavior are given priority
  12. Admission notes are done by attending physician-psychiatrist which includes the history, mental status, physical and neurological examinations
  13. Routine laboratory exams are done and all the results should be submitted within 72 hours from date of admission
  14. As a standing policy, seriously ill patients as a result of physical and/or neurological illnesses who are quite debilitated and weak and who in the course of their medical illnesses develop behavioral or mental changes are discouraged admission to give room for those cases requiring intensive psychiatric treatment. Such patients are better off treated in a general hospital where emergency and medical facilities are made available. Relatives who insist to have said patients admitted at our facility are asked to secure medical clearance from his/her physician prior to being admitted at the center
  15. No patient may be admitted without the consent of his/her relative or guardian. Patients are then transferred to the male general ward or female general ward, respectively that are assessed as manageable or improved by the attending psychiatrist
  16. Follow-up interviews or progress notes are made daily during the first week of confinement, then weekly thereafter for the first month, bi-weekly for the following month then monthly thereafter or as needed depending on the patient’s mental condition or upon the discretion of the psychiatrist
  17. Rounds are made daily or as needed by the psychiatrist/s accompanied by the nurses and attendants on duty to acquaint themselves with the patients, to prescribe medications and treatment and to attend to the illnesses and accidents. Should an emergency arise, the physician- psychiatrist on duty is expected to respond promptly regardless of where he might be. Corresponding treatment and/or referral to proper specialist or hospital are done in case of serious medical or surgical illness incurred while hospitalized
  18. Ground privileges can be awarded to patients who are considered harmless to themselves and to others, and who have sufficient judgement to keep out of difficulty on the grounds and can be relied upon to return to the wards at the proper time.
  19. In rehabilitation of patients, it is important that he learn to handle himself/herself within limits
  20. Psychiatrically disturbed, unstable patients or those who are potentially dangers to themselves or others or with escape precautions are not allowed ground privileges until evaluated to be stable enough by the psychiatrist in-charge
  21. The judicious giving and restricting of ground privileges are important in the treatment of a patient. This also facilitates movement and occupational therapy assignments. When the psychiatrist feels that a patient is ready for this privilege, he should make a note in the chart describing the patient’s condition and making the recommendation
  22. Discharge notes and Out-on-Pass Notes are made for patients who are considered improved and whose relatives have been previously notified or have made arrangements with the physician-psychiatrist in-charge. Unimproved patients maybe discharged against medical advice by their relatives, who are made to sign a waiver relieving the hospital of any liabilities in case of any untoward incidents.
  23. Patients with serious medical illnesses are referred and/or transferred to General Hospital for further evaluation, treatment and management
  24. Pregnant female patients are generally not accepted in the center as it is purely a psychiatric facility. Exceptions to this rule would include pregnant patients on the brink of suicidal or homicidal behavior. They are often referred or transferred to an OB-Gyne facility, general hospital or medical center in case they are in labor or when they are behaviorally manageable
  25. Patients beyond the age of 60 and children below 12 years of age are generally not accepted due to lack of medical and appropriate treatment for such patients unless they are psychiatric emergencies (highly suicidal and homicidal)
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