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St. Frances Cabrini Medical Center (SFCMC) is a private level 2 hospital owned and managed by the Torres Group, the joint venture partners of Yazaki-Torres Manufacturing, Inc., headed by the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Feliciano L. Torres. We are licensed by the Department of Health as a medical center, accredited by the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation, and a member of the Philippine Hospital Association.

As a general hospital, we admit patients with medical, surgical, obstetrical, and/or gynecological conditions, as well as pediatric patients and those requiring specialty services such as ophthalmology, otolaryngology, orthopedics, etc. Although we cater to acutely and critically ill patients, we are not a nursing home or sanitarium for the chronically ill or those with long-standing illnesses.

Diagnostic services are our specialty, but we also offer therapeutic or curative treatments depending on our patients’ health conditions. Additionally, we provide health-promotive, disease-preventive, and rehabilitative health education to guide them in making healthier lifestyle decisions.

We utilize the latest medical technology, especially in our cancer treatments, making us the first cancer institute in the Philippines to offer Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT). This allows us to continue delivering excellent hospital care to our patients. Alongside this technology, we create a circle of care that unites the medical community with integrated complementary medicine and a strong support system to ensure holistic healing and care for our patients.

In pursuit of our goal to provide high-quality medical care, we are proud to inform you that we are now accredited as a Contracted Health Care Institution for Kidney Transplantation and Breast Cancer Z-Benefit Packages.


St. Frances Cabrini Medical Center believes that our primary purpose is to serve our patients, as they are the focus of our work.

We understand that they are human beings composed of body and soul, thus having physical, psycho-emotional, and spiritual needs. This understanding is anchored in the idea that they are also social beings and are influenced by their relationships.

Therefore, to be genuinely effective in our endeavors, our patient care should be holistic and comprehensive, encompassing all the aforementioned needs. To fulfill our potential and strive for excellence, we must maintain a strong commitment to the highest standards of quality and cultivate a service culture enriched by learning, teaching, and research.

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