The EAST AVENUE MEDICAL CENTER is a 600-bed, tertiary, general hospital under the Department of Health. It has the primary goal of providing quality medical care and treatment to patients irrespective of sex, socio-economic status and religious creed.
Designated by the DOH as a training and teaching center, the hospital provides appropriate training programs, materials and facilities that aim at providing its medical and non-medical staff with opportunities for professional development and competency-building. Thus, with its well-trained and competent professionals, the hospital has continued to achieve its primary goal- the delivery of quality health care services to its patients.
R.A. 8345 dated August 1997 entitled "An Act increasing the bed capacity of the East Avenue Medical Center located in East Avenue, Quezon City, from three hundred and fifty (350) to six hundred (600) beds, upgrading the service facilities and professional healthcare therein and appropriating funds therefore"
EAMC has at present, pending implementation of the above mentioned Republic Act a manpower compliment of 1081 employees consisting of 269 Medical, 534 Nursing and 278 Paramedical and Administrative
EAMC is a national government hospital under the Department of Health regulated by Civil Service Commission for the Human Resource Management, Department of Budget and Management for Funding and Commission on Audit for General Accountabilities.