The Baguio General Hospital & Medical Center is a four 400 bed capacity Tertiary Medical and Training Center with Medical Ancillary Services and a retained hospital under national government. The Hospital serves clients from the City of Baguio and the different provinces and cities in the Cordillera Administrative Region, Region I and Region II. It attends to patients, their relatives and watchers who come to the hospital as opportunities and occasions to promote good health practices and comprehensive health care for 105 years. It is situated in the southern part of the Cordillera Region which is accessible by five (5) major national road networks: La Union – Pangasinan – Kennon Road/ Marcos Highway Road; La Union – Naguilian Road; Bontoc - Benguet Road; and Ambuklao – Kapangan Road By land transportation, it is located 5 minutes away from the central business district, Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines. It is a premiere, referral center north of Manila, accredited in all services in their respective affiliated societies as well as in the Bureau of Health Facilities. It comprises of the Old Two-Storey Hospital Building, Pay Services (Suites) Building, the newly constructed Four (4) Storey Flavier Building, Two (2) Storey Psychiatry Building and the Annex Building for the Infectious Diseases which will be under construction. The hospital caters primarily to 80-90% indigent patients and only 10-20% paying patients.