WELCOME TO OUR
SECTION OF THE FORMER
US NAVAL HOSPITAL SUBIC BAY
ALSO SUBIC BRANCH, CUBI BRANCH and SAN MIGUEL
This page is presented for those that were part of a vital section of the Subic Bay Naval Base. We welcome all who were a part of the Hospital and Clinics to check in with us and make your presents know. It would be wonderful to reunit with all who were a part of the Former Medical community, whether Military or Civilian Personel. So join us! We will be looking forward to hearing from you.
History of the US Naval Hospital Subic Bay
......U.S. Naval Hospital, Subic Bay first opened doors on 13 July 1956 at which time it was designated as U.S. Naval Station Hospital, Subic bay. On 1 April 1966, the hospital was commissioned as the U.S. Naval Hospital, Subic Bay. In January 1973, the hospital expanded its scope of command by regionalization, to include the dispensaries at Naval Station Subic Bay, Naval Air Station Cubi Point, Naval Communication Transmitting Facility Capas Tarlac, and Joint Military Group Manila. On 7 March 1977, the Hospital was designated as the U.S. Naval Regional Medical Center, Subic Bay. On 1 August 1983, U.S. Naval Hospital's parent command became the Naval Medical Command. Pacific Region, Hawaii. With the reorganization of Navy Medicine in 1989, the Hospital reestablished its direct reporting relationships with the Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Philippines.
.....The Hospital was designated for 90 operating beds with facilities for expansion to 141 beds, covering all primary clinical specialties. For those patients requiring specialized treatment or evaluation not available at this medical center, the aeromedical evacuation system stands ready to get patients of the required care in safe and expeditious manner.
.....During the past 10 years the Hospital has admitted more than 44,000 persons for treatment. More than 4,000 babies have been born, upwards of 5,000 major and minor operations have been performed and close to 2,000,000 patients have been treated on an outpatient basis.
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