Leoncio wants to go home

Update posted by Jun Louie Amador On Apr 02, 2018

Tito Leoncio is still 'confined' at St. Luke's Medical Center on a small private room (doctor's recommendation to avoid infection) and the hospital would not allow him to be transferred into a ward because he might 'get infected / infect other patients' but he is not taking any antibiotic or any medications any more. Just his maintenance medicine.

So shouldn't he be taking antibiotics if there's a possibility of infection?

We are aware of REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9439 an act prohibiting the detention of patients in hospitals and medical clinics on grounds of nonpayment of hospital bills or medical expenses ON THE GROUNDS that the patient is confined in a WARD and not on a private room.

Could this be the reason they are denying our request for Tito Leoncio to be transferred to a ward?

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