Dr. John Benjamin Gochoco

MD, DPDS

Dr. John Benjamin Gochoco

MD, DPDS

Dermatology Venereology

Dermatology

Venereology

4 Years

Venereology

In-Person

Online

Dermatology Venereology

EARLIEST AVAILABLE SCHEDULE
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Philippine Dermatological Society (PDS)
Philippine Medical Association (PMA)
Clinic Schedules

Choose from 4 available clinics

Online Clinic

(Using NowServing app)

Monday to Saturday

08:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Fee

P 600

Fee: P 600

Centro Medico de Santisimo Rosario

Roman Super Hi-way, Brgy. Tenejero,

Friday to Saturday

09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

(Walk-In and Appointment)

Fee

P 600

Accepted Health Cards

Allianz Care, AON Philippines & 53 other...
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Fee: P 600

GoSkin - Bataan

012 Santan St. Bernabe Subdivision

Sunday

08:00 AM - 12:00 PM

(By Appointment)

Friday to Saturday

01:00 PM - 05:00 PM

(Walk-In and Appointment)

Fee

P 500

Fee: P 500

South Peepz MD Medical and Diagnostic

OJCCC Casquero Plaza, Lot 22-A-6, E. Rodriguez, Brgy Moonwalk

Monday and Wednesday

01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

(Walk-In and Appointment)

Fee

P 600

Fee: P 600

Frequently Asked Questions

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 150. 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

Philippine Medical Association

Bataan Medical Society

Philippine Dermatological Society

Education

University of Santo Tomas, 2017

Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital and Sanitarium, 2022

Certifications

Philippine Dermatological Society

Earliest Available Schedule
Affiliations

Philippine Medical Association

Bataan Medical Society

Philippine Dermatological Society

Frequently Asked Questions

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 150. 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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