Dr. John Perrett Herrera

MD, RN

Dr. John Perrett Herrera

MD, RN

A Family Physician-In-Training who offers a holistic approach in medical consultations and takes time in the prevention, treatment and followup of patients with illness.

Family Medicine

General Medicine

Guidance & Counseling

Occupational & Industrial Medicine

Primary Care

9 Years

In-Person

Online

A Family Physician-In-Training who offers a holistic approach in medical consultations and takes time in the prevention, treatment and followup of patients with illness.

EARLIEST AVAILABLE SCHEDULE
Clinic Schedules

Choose from 2 available clinics

Online Clinic

(Using NowServing app)

Monday to Saturday

08:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Fee

P 400

Fee: P 400

JP Herrera Medical & Surgical Clinic

Purok 2, Olivar Compound, Gravahan, Bgy. Matina Crossing, Davao City

Monday to Saturday

08:00 AM - 05:00 PM

(By Appointment)

Fee

P 300

Fee: P 300

Frequently Asked Questions

Which HMO's/Healthcards do you accept?

Unfortunately, we are not affiliated with any HMO as of the moment.

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 P200. 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 Academy of Family Physicians, Inc. - Associate Member

Metropolitan Davao Medical Society, Inc.

Education

West Visayas State University - School of Medicine, 2013

San Pedro Hospital of Davao City, Inc - Department of Family and Community Medicine,

Earliest Available Schedule
Affiliations

Philippine Academy of Family Physicians, Inc. - Associate Member

Metropolitan Davao Medical Society, Inc.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which HMO's/Healthcards do you accept?

Unfortunately, we are not affiliated with any HMO as of the moment.

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 P200. Medical certificates are not part of insurance coverage and shall only be given for specific valid reasons and after the consultation.

See all 2 questions