There are a couple of medium-sized hospitals in Iloilo, Iloilo Doctors and St. Paul's. Many say that 300 bed St. Paul's is the best hospital in Iloilo. It does seem well run. The buildings seem well maintained and St. Paul's has attractive landscaped grounds. The pharmacy is very nice with prices which are competitive with others in the city. We've used laboratory and x-ray (imaging) services and both seem good. For walk-in or emergency treatment, as with all hospitals, it's best if you have an established relationship with a doctor you trust. If not, you'll be assigned to a doctor who may or may not be satisfactory. St. Paul's does accept foreign credit cards. This is an advantage as you must pay before you receive services.
The capacity of Iloilo City hospitals is under severe stress with long waits for elective care and even emergency care. Waits at doctor's offices can also be long.
The streets of Iloilo are filled with nursing students. Based on the percentage of graduates who pass the nursing board exams, Iloilo has two of the best schools of nursing in the Philippines; St. Paul's and Western Visayas State University. They are usually in the top ten in the Philippines.