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     The Cauayan District Hospital is a government owned and operated hospital under the leadership of the Provincial Governor of Isabela, Rodolfo T. Albano III. It is a Level I Health facility with an Authorized Bed Capacity (ABC) of 50 beds.


Brief Background

      The Cauayan District Hospital was established by virtue of Republic Act 6130 on March 1, 1972 with its original name Cauayan Emergency Hospital. It initially operated with 25 bed In-Patient capacity housed in the second floor of the then Cauayan Police Department Building on June 1, 1972. It started its Out-Patient Services on May 10, 1972. Due to increasing demands for affordable health care services, the space provided for was no longer enough thus, thru the help of a physician philanthropist, the late Dr. Basilio Reyes who donated more than 2 hectares of land, the construction of a new hospital complex was started on January 21, 1973.

      It was a ten (10) unit pre-fab building including Contagious Ward, Dietary, Nurses dorm, Power house, Motor House, Morgue, Out-Patient Service, and administrative building.

       On November 21, 1976, the hospital was upgraded into a 50-bed General Hospital and was named Don Mariano Rubio Marcos General Hospital.

        On March 6, 1986, after the EDSA Revolution, Executive Order (EO) 85 was issued by then former President Corazon C. Aquino. The hospital was renamed to CAUAYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL and served as the catchment area of the municipalities of Cauayan, Luna, Reina Mercedes, Cabatuan, Palanan and Dinapigue and other nearby municipalities.

        In 2003, the Provincial Government under the leadership of former Governor Faustino S. Dy, Jr. initiated the construction of four (4) district hospitals of Isabela, one of which is the present Cauayan District Hospital replacing the old facility.


Mandate of the Facility

        The Cauayan District Hospital is mandated to deliver an accessible, affordable, efficient and quality health care services to the people in a safe and competent health facility giving priority to the poor and marginalized.



            In order to be more responsive and effective to the changes and challenges of times and to the constantly increasing demands for affordable and quality healthcare services from our clientele, the Cauayan District Hospital envisions to be operational as a fully equipped One Hundred (100) bed capacity hospital.


            The Cauayan District Hospital commits itself to continually respond to the healthcare needs of the people of Isabela and adjacent provinces and to provide comprehensive, effective and affordable health care services in a safe and competent facility with excellent management.


Primary and Secondary Catchment Areas


The institution has been serving as the core-referral hospital of its primary catchment areas: Alicia, Angadanan, Cabatuan, Luna, Reina Mercedes, San Guillermo, San Mateo and Cauayan City. We also serve our secondary catchment areas: Echague, San Isidro, San Mariano, Burgos, Roxas, Ramon, Benito Soliven, and Alfonso Lista. We also cater patients coming from as far as the coastal municipalities, Palanan, Maconacon, and Divilacan. This does not prevent however, adjacent provinces from bringing in our hospital their patients for various health care services.



  • Medical Services
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
  • General Surgery
  • Orthopedics surgery
  • Out Patient Department Services
  • Emergency Services
  • In patients Services
  • Newborn Screening
  • Dental Services
  • Laboratory Services (Level II)
  • Blood Station
  • X-ray Services
  • Ultrasound
  • TB DOTS Referral Clinic
  • Patient Transport and Ambulance Services
  • Animal Bite and Treatment Center
  • Dietary
  • Pharmacy
  • Philhealth Services
  • Social Services


License to Operate #.:           02-14-23-H1-1 

PHIC Accreditation #:          H02 002 066




Aerial view


Label of Building


Main Building (Front View)


Emergency Room (Front View)


Hemodialysis Building (Front View)


Isolation Building (Front View)




















Inventory of Drugs and Medicines

Inventory of Medical Supplies



Inventory of Drugs and Medicines

Inventory of Medical Supplies



Inventory of Drugs and Medicines

Inventory of Medical Supplies


Inventory of Drugs and Medicines

Inventory of Medical Supplies



Inventory of Drugs and Medicines

Inventory of Medical Supplies