HomeAni: Letran Calamba Research Reportvol. 1 no. 1 (2011)

Computerized Patient’s Medical Record System for San Jose Hospital and Trauma Center – GMA

Norman G. Vispo | Renz John Paul O. Salvatuz | Ricardo M. Del Rosario Jr.

Discipline: Information Technology



The general objective of the study was to develop a computerized patient’s Medical Record System for San Jose Hospital and Trauma Center that would help the hospital in the processing and keeping of medical records of their clients. The proposed system was intended to operate in wireless LAN connection as suggested by the clients for they have already the resources needed for the application of the said system.

Iterative Life Cycle Model was used to develop the system. Survey results showed that respondents who tried the system gave a positive feedback. In general, the respondents indicated that the entire system is excellent.


The study recommended that the hospital should use Local Area Network (LAN) instead of Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) since there are instances that signals were not clear. The medical technician and staff are also advised to utilize the proposed system because it is more productive and more capable of delivering quality performance. Lastly, future researchers should improve the system by adding other services offered by the hospital.