Dr. Frances Alarilla

MD, Dermatologist, Dermatology

Dr. Frances Alarilla

MD, Dermatologist, Dermatology

Research Institute for Tropical Medicine Dermatology Residency UERM College of Medicine

Dermatology

5 Years

Dermatology

General Physician

Hair

Nails

Skin Diseases

In-Person

Online

Research Institute for Tropical Medicine Dermatology Residency UERM College of Medicine

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Online Clinic

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Sunday

07:00 AM - 07:30 AM

Fee

P 400

Fee: P 400

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a typical session last?

A typical session lasts around 10-15 minutes per patient. It can take longer depending on the case and needs of the patient.

Do I need to pay first to get an appointment?

Yes, you will have to pay the fee before I will receive the request. The consultation fee includes only the following: examining the patient regarding the complaint, giving the correct diagnosis, and giving the appropriate management/prescription. There will be additional fees charges to you for any additional services offered during the consultation.

Do you issue Medical Certificates?

Yes. Take note that a medical certificate is a legal document affixed with my signature so there will be an additional charge of Php250. Medical certificates are not part of insurance coverage and shall only be given for specific valid reasons and after the consultation.

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Affiliations
Education

UERM College of Medicine, 2018

Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, 2023

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a typical session last?

A typical session lasts around 10-15 minutes per patient. It can take longer depending on the case and needs of the patient.

Do I need to pay first to get an appointment?

Yes, you will have to pay the fee before I will receive the request. The consultation fee includes only the following: examining the patient regarding the complaint, giving the correct diagnosis, and giving the appropriate management/prescription. There will be additional fees charges to you for any additional services offered during the consultation.

Do you issue Medical Certificates?

Yes. Take note that a medical certificate is a legal document affixed with my signature so there will be an additional charge of Php250. Medical certificates are not part of insurance coverage and shall only be given for specific valid reasons and after the consultation.

See all 3 questions