PCEM

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It was in early 2009 that the Philippine College of Emergency Medicine and Acute Care (PCEMAC) and the Philippine Society of Emergency Care Physicians (PSECP) began the process of merging into a single national specialty society for Emergency Medicine, with the encouragement and guidance of the Philippine Medical Association. A Steering Committee was organized to work towards the merger of the PCEMAC, and after several meetings, the Philippine College of Emergency Medicine (PCEM) was born.
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Dr. Sally Mae Abelanes is among the few quiet ones in class. While she usually prefers to fly under the radar, Sally has consistently proven herself capable of being an exceptional team-player and an action-oriented leader—attributes that are ever more relevant as she serves on the frontlines of the #COVID19 crisis in the #Philippines.

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It was in early 2009 that the Philippine College of Emergency Medicine and Acute Care (PCEMAC) and the Philippine Society of Emergency Care Physicians (PSECP) began the process of merging into a single national specialty society for Emergency Medicine, with the encouragement and guidance of the Philippine Medical Association.

Emergency Services

The St. Luke's Emergency Department is composed of a group of adult emergency physicians trained in Emergency Medicine and pediatric specialists with a background in Pediatric Emergency. It can handle medical, surgical and toxicologic emergencies in adults and children 24 hours a day. The latest in diagnostic modalities and therapeutics can be made available to patients on a timely basis.