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Friday, October 21, 2022

PBBM leads launching of 75th Ormoc City Charter Day Commemorative Stamps


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President Ferdinand Marcos Jr., Ormoc City Mayor Ms. Lucy Torres Gomez, Leyte 4th district Rep. Richard Gomez and Postmaster General Norman N. Fulgencio unveiled the 75th Ormoc Charter Day Stamps and official first day covers to mark the City’s “Adlaw sa Ormoc” Diamond Charter Day held at Ormoc Superdome on October 20, 2022.

Postmaster General Norman Fulgencio said they are honored to issue the 75th Ormoc Charter Day Stamps, which feature a historic building constructed in 1945-46 right after World War II. Later the building served as Ormoc City Hall in 1947 and has now been fully restored to its original beauty as the Museum of Ormoc City.

“The stamp is more than a piece of paper as it immortalizes the Philippines’ rich history. It makes us realize how far our country has progressed. It reminds us how Ormoc has now transformed into a highly urbanized coastal port city, serving as the economic, cultural, commercial, and transportation hub of western Leyte”, Fulgencio said.

He added, “the Philippine stamps promote unity in the Filipino people, as we celebrate our achievements and milestones of the country together”.





The Post Office also expounds on its modernization program and its continuous digitalization and innovation. “All of these are in support of the leadership of President Bongbong Marcos towards a modern and convenient public service”, he said.

According to PhlPost, stamps are pieces of art to record the most important people and events in our country in the most artistic and beautiful way. It is not only meant to commemorate our rich history and culture, but they are also our way to celebrate and thank our best, brightest, and most patriotic Filipinos who have brought honor, pride and joy to our nation.

Stamps and official first-day covers are now available at the Philatelic Counter, Manila Central Post Office in Liwasang Bonifacio. For inquiries on the stamps, please call (02)8527-0108 or (02)8527-0132 and follow and like the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PilipinasPhilately/ for updates.

Governor’s Forum 2022: Uncovering Boundless Competencies


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Unleash prowess to thrive in a dynamic industry!

Conquer new borders towards marketing eminence and gear up to lead with purpose, ingenuity, and authenticity as the Philippine Junior Marketing Association | PJMA brings you…

Governor’s Forum 2022: Uncovering Boundless Competencies happening on October 23, 2022, from 4:00 PM to 7:00PM via Zoom Cloud Meeting.  

For inquiries, you may contact Ms. Arielle M. Alejandrino at (0947) 851 2276 or via email at pjma.amalejandrino@gmail.com. 

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Governor’s Forum is an annual conference conducted by the Philippine Junior Marketing Association that aims to gather student leaders from local Junior Marketing Associations (JMA) of various member and non-member schools across the Philippines.

As PJMA continues its pursuit of making greater milestones and delivering excellence to the marketing community, the 36th National Federation aims to ignite the capacities of every junior marketer across the country. Incorporating the 36th term vision of the organization, Activating Ingenious Competencies, to the theme of the event, this year’s governor’s forum is entitled “Uncovering Boundless Competencies” and will be launched on October 23, 2022, Sunday, from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM via Zoom Cloud Meetings

This event is focused on paving the way toward progressive leadership by unveiling relevant skills while developing flexibility and adaptability to meet the ends of the continuously changing industry. The event is also aimed at building career relationships and field connections by providing networking opportunities for junior marketers. 

The National Federation invited honorable guest speakers from business industries and the Philippine Marketing Association to discuss relevant topics which include Marketing Beyond Competencies, Building a Multiverse of Networks, and Reimagining the Innovative Future of Marketing. Apart from gaining knowledge and unlocking skills, participants of the said event will also have access to networking sessions that will open opportunities to grow their connections and build relationships with their co-leaders. Moreover, they will also get a glimpse of how PJMA emerged through the years and a peek at what exciting ventures the future still awaits for the 36th term. Junior marketers will also have a chance to win exciting prizes from generous sponsors through the raffle segment. 

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Thursday, October 20, 2022

How to prepare for F2F classes, according to UP scientists and admin experts


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Experts from the University of the Philippines - Diliman are in agreement that precautionary and safety measures are still necessary in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, even though improved vaccination numbers across the country have warranted an overall easing of restrictions.

The experts also stressed the need for a carefully planned, calculated, and gradual return to face-to-face (F2F) classes to allow universities and schools enough time to adapt their facilities to accommodate hybrid learning.

These were some of the key takeaways from “Pagbabalik sa Unibersidad: Mga Aral Batay sa Paghahanda at Karanasan,” a gathering of some of UP Diliman’s health experts and veteran administrators to tackle best practices for a safe and healthy transition back to F2F.

Organized by the University of the Philippines - Diliman College of Science (UPD-CS), the discussion was held simultaneously online and in person last October 17. The panel of experts represented a variety of disciplines and perspectives, with College of Mass Communication (CMC) Dean Dr. Fernando Paragas; College of Law (UP Law) Dean Carlo Vistan; CS Associate Dean for Mentoring, Academic Progress, and Advancement Dr. Eizadora Yu; Philippine Genome Center (PGC) Laboratory Manager and Clinical Health Officer Dr. Marc Edsel Ayes; Institute of Biology (IB) Biosafety Officer Dr. Ivan Imperial; and National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (NIMBB) Deputy Director for Academic Affairs Dr. Ron Leonard Dy.


SAFETY FIRST. Biology students undertake a “move-type” laboratory exam in the Institute of Biology under strict safety guidelines and protocols. (Photo: Dr. Lillian Jennifer Rodriguez, UPD College of Science)
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‘Hyflex’ classrooms and workspaces

The “hyflex”— or ‘hybrid-flexible” — event was not just a public forum but also a proof-of-concept showcasing the possibilities and benefits of such spaces for work and learning, moving forward.

“It’s not easy shifting, especially if we’re trying to explore new modes of work and study,” said UPD-CS Dean Giovanni Tapang as he opened the discussion. “But today isn’t just about exploration, it’s about sharing and facing the problems of COVID head-on in terms of addressing the pandemic as well as continuing to pursue teaching and learning.”

EXPLORING NEW MODALITIES. UPD-CS Dean Dr. Giovanni A. Tapang states the goals of the “hyflex” public forum as he welcomes the online and on-site attendees. (Photo: UPD College of Science Facebook Page)

“Newer virus variants are more infectious than those before them, but vaccines have blunted the rise of cases and prevented outbreaks from overwhelming our hospitals,” explained Dr. Ayes, a pandemic expert. However, he also warned against complacency: “Regardless of vaccine status, people can still get the virus but unvaccinated people are at the highest risk of severe complications.”

Dr. Yu agreed, underscoring the need for a “phased return” to F2F to enable institutions to design and implement safety measures, such as customized safety guidelines; improved ventilation and socially-distanced seating in classrooms; and easier and more stable online access for everyone.

“We recognize the flexibility afforded by blended learning to both students and faculty. CS needs to have a balanced approach to quality instruction, health risk assessment, response, and beyond,” Dr. Yu shared.


Hybrid work and study spaces are an immediate need

The experts raised the pressing need to accommodate hybrid online learning by creating bigger and more open spaces to allow social distancing, accompanied by stable internet connectivity and proper ventilation. Institutes under the CS, for example, retrofitted their laboratories to ensure safety while conducting F2F classes. “Science is experiential. We cannot wait until the pandemic is over or when COVID is declared endemic. Guidelines may change but some things remain,” said Dr. Yu.

Even UP Law resorted to bringing its library tables out into hallways and corridors to allow for proper distancing and ventilation. Dean Vistan recommended having more classrooms and areas where students can stay under safely distanced and well-ventilated conditions: “The ideal model for us is to have each class have its own classroom. Kasi even if we maximize our spacing, hindi pa rin kasya,” he said.


Importance of social media and direct communication

Dean Paragas also stressed the importance of always having a direct line with students. He shared how the CMC implemented its own back-to-school program, in which the College enhanced its visibility and ties to its constituents by having the dean himself manage the institution’s social media account. “Tuluy-tuloy pa rin [PR campaign] sa aming Facebook page. Alam nila na nandoon ako. Mahalaga na the students know I’m always there,” Dean Paragas said.

“Have a platform to be able to broadcast announcements really fast, so that when cases happen you have a way to mobilize and adapt,” added Dr. Dy. He presented a primer on F2F guidelines that students can use during their stay at the university and also recommended looping in student leaders to help disseminate information faster.

According to the speakers, the faculty, staff, and other community leaders should set an example to other UPD constituents by conducting regular F2F meetings while still following proper safety protocols. “Mahalagang makita ng faculty and students na nandoon kami sa building,” Dean Paragas further stated.


Crisis management teams

The gathered experts also underscored the need to establish clear protocols for handling suspected and confirmed COVID-19 cases, and delegating teams specifically tasked with handling various aspects of safety.

“Every unit should have a proper crisis management team. There should be a COVID reporting system because voluntary reporting is crucial for ensuring safety in face-to-face activities and having a stock of rapid antigen test kits,” Dr. Dy said. Meanwhile, Dr. Imperial emphasized the importance of having antigen tests on hand, saying that “it is really helpful, even if it’s not the gold standard.” He also added that voluntary reporting of possible COVID-19 cases is essential. “We always emphasize that if you’re already symptomatic, stay at home,” he said.

UPD-CS Post-ECQ Team (PET) Chair Dr. Rene Rollon closed the forum by reiterating the critical role that PETs had in ensuring a well-planned shift to F2F learning.


UP Diliman bounces back from COVID-19

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, UP’s Diliman campus alone had 23,360 students attending regular F2F classes. The university administration quickly suspended work and classes on March 9, 2020, and things have never been the same since. The university’s faculty and staff had to immediately work remotely, juggling the challenges of new technologies and family obligations. Even now, there are still thousands of students who do not have access to computers and stable internet connection. After almost two years of a fully online learning setup, UP Diliman eased back into limited F2F classes this year, only accommodating some 400 students out of over 25,000 students in January 2022. For the current academic year, the university implemented blended learning after seeing the COVID-19 situation in the Philippines improve.

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Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Likha ng Central Luzon 2022 happening at SM Megamall on October 26 to 30


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Happening soon at the Mega Trade Hall 2, 5th Floor Bldg B. SM Megamall, in Mandaluyong City on October 26-30, 2022



The Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair is a major regional trade promotion activity jointly organized by DTI-R3 and Philexport- R3, with the full support of the Regional Development Council – R3 and the Central Luzon Growth Corridor Foundation Inc., which is composed of the 7 Governors of the region and DTI as member.

The fair is held annually and serves as the culminating activity of industry and trade related programs given to entrepreneurs in Region 3. Capability building seminars are conducted before the fair to develop the technical capabilities of the micro and small enterprises and eventually, become exporters. Product development activities are also undertaken to develop new products and designs.

Now on its 24th year, the Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair has proven to be an effective venue to promote the products of the region to institutional buyers and exporters based in Metro Manila. It has become one of the much awaited trade events in Manila because of the distinctive and quality products the region offers



II. EXHIBITORS

More than one hundred seventy (140) MSMEs will be participating from the seven provinces of the region, promoting their provincial branding namely:

Aurora – “Siempre Aurora”

Bataan - “Galing Bataan”

Bulacan - “Tatak Bulakenyo”

Nueva Ecija - “Taas Noo Novo Ecijano”

Pampanga - “Love Pampanga”

Tarlac - “Natural Tarlac”

Zambales - “Zambales Finest”



III. PRODUCTS FEATURED

1. Processed Food, condiments, sweets and delicacies

2. Coffee, fruit juices, healthy drinks

3. Furniture, Woodcraft and Home Furnishings

4. Lanterns, Capiz lamps, and Christmas decorations

5. Cacao-based products

6. Bamboo based products

7. Mushroom products

8. Garments and Outdoor Gear

9. Wearables (Fashion Accessories, bags, footwear)

10. Gifts and Holiday Decors

11. Bags, wallets and novelty items

12. Organic and cosmetic products

13. Shoes and sandals

14. Jewelry, gems and crystals

15. Milk products

16. Leather Goods

17. Sabutan products



IV. SPECIAL FEATURE:

A Special Showcase featuring the newly developed products, packaging and label designs under the Shared Service Facility (SSF) and OTOP Next Gen Program of DTI will be the special highlight of the Fair. Craft making demonstrations will also be held during the trade fair.


V. COOPERATING PARTNERS

Philexport-3, Regional Development Council-3, Central Luzon Growth Corridor Foundation Inc. (CLGCFI), Philippine Information Agency, LGUs of the 7 provinces of Region 3, SMED Councils and DTI attached Bureaus/Agencies



VI. ASSISTANCE PROVIDED TO LIKHA PARTICIPANTS

1. Capability building sessions/training/webinars

2. Product development assistance (OTOP/packaging and labelling/design)

3. Shared Service Facilities

4. FDA assistance/Halal assistance

5. Trade Fair assistance

6. Market Matching

7. Intellectual Property registration

8. Mentoring sessions

9. Negosyo Center services

10. Export assistance













Do You Need Life Insurance As A Single Person?


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Life insurance is a risk protection mechanism to cushion the insured or their beneficiary against life’s adversities. The insurance type is popular with married people with families because they want to protect their dependents from cash constraints in the unfortunate event of their demise. However, life insurance does not only provide benefits for married people but is relevant for single people too.

Some benefits of life insurance beyond payments to dependents include - settling estate taxes, funeral expenses, charity donations, dividend payouts within the policy term, etc. Therefore, the notion that unmarried people or those without partners and families do not need life insurance is false.

Taking up a life policy means you have identified specific circumstances in your present or beyond your lifetime that would suffer a disadvantage due to the loss of your income. Such situations manifest with or without a partner. Insights on the value of life insurance for single people are as below.




Do Singles Need Life Insurance?

The simple answer to the query of singles needing life insurance is, yes, they do, like any other person. The essence of life insurance is to relieve others of a financial burden you would leave behind in case you pass on.

In addition, there are other benefits of life insurance you can enjoy when still alive depending on the type of policy you take up. The benefits include the following:



Retirement Payouts

Some life policies are for retirement payouts to a business owner. You may be an entrepreneur and envision retiring from business operations when you reach a particular age.

However, there is a need for an income to sustain yourself. You can take up a permanent insurance policy for retirement payments for the rest of your life after retiring from running the business.



Earning Interest Income

Some insurance policy contracts allow for cash payouts when you are still alive. Such is popular with a single-life premium policy which earns you a dividend payout. Such a policy enables you to prepare for the eventualities of suppressed income, probably due to commitments you made and anticipate they will interfere with your cash flow.

A single person may not have dependents to worry about in case they suddenly pass on, but expenses associated with post-death need attention. People in a family situation have others who probably take up bereavement responsibilities. However, in a singlehood situation, there may be no known person who can sort out things.


Calculating Assets

Funeral expenses are one such concern. For a decent send-off, a life insurance policy covers the funeral expenses. The cover varies and allows you to meet bills up to $25,000, depending on the type of contract. Other after-death expenses you may worry about include the costs of selling off your assets, continued contribution to charity, etc.

You may have a business, house, or other assets you leave behind with the instruction of selling them off. The sales process needs funding, e.g., legal costs, contracting, etc. Also, you may have been contributing to a charity cause and wish to bequeath them a lump sum if you pass on or continue with periodic contributions. The Life insurance policy enables such payments.



Breaking Down Coverage Levels

There is a wide variety of life insurance policies, and the onus is on you to select one that suits you best. Start by establishing your needs for a life policy and identify which one would be the best fit. Below are different types of life insurance in the US you can consider based on coverage:


Whole Life Insurance

The insurance covers you for your entire life. The policy has a cash value component that earns interest over time. You can access the cash payouts in your lifetime or borrow money against them. You will likely have unchanged premium payments your whole life, enabling you to budget better to maintain the policy.


Term Life Insurance

Term life insurance is just like it sounds, only lasting for a particular period. The period typically ranges from 10 to 30 years. At the end of the term, premium payments stop, and if you are still alive, there is no cash payout expectation.


For example, benefits to 20-year-term life insurance include payouts to beneficiaries in case you pass on within the 20 years of the policy term. You do not have a claim after 20 years unless you renew the policy.


Universal Life Insurance

This type of insurance is a mix between whole and term insurance. With universal insurance, you can obtain a policy cash value and still enjoy coverage benefits in your lifetime. Such a policy is popular with singles because they benefit during their lifetime and their beneficiaries after death.


Attain Peace of Mind

The best value in insurance is to provide peace of mind that comes from knowing you are cushioning yourself from the unknown in life.. You require that protection, single or married. What’s most important is to identify a solution that best suits your personal and unique circumstances and use that as the guide to choosing the right amount of insurance coverage. With or without dependants, it’s a fact of life that everyone is better off with a plan than without.

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Most Successful Business Woman In The World


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Those facts are gone when the world thought that women were made only for home management. Now, the time has come when a woman contributes herself to the world of business. In fact, over the period we have seen east to west, women are doing best.

There are many women who run established brands and do business internationally. Yet, here we only list the most successful businesswomen, but we give respect to all women who break the social taboo and live their life to their own dream.

With respect to all women, we started this article to recognize the most successful business woman.



Who Are The Top Women Entrepreneurs?

Women entrepreneurs lead many industries successfully. In the world, there are many countries that present successful women entrepreneur. Zhang Xin is known as "the woman who built Beijing". She is the co-founder of SOHO China.

On the other hand, Falguni Nayr, founder of Nykaa, an online cosmetic platform. In 2017, Business Today recognized her as “Most Powerful business”. Plus, Falguni Nayar also received the “Woman Ahead” award by Economic Times.

Did you know about Janice Bryant Howroyd? She is a co-founder of ActOne Group. It is a workforce management firm with over 17,000 clients in 19 countries.

Besides them, this article is going to remember the top 8 Successful Business Women in the world. So, let’s see which woman we listed here.


Most Successful Woman In The World


Here, we present the most successful business woman in the world. Let’s check them out.


 
1. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw — Biotechnology

The pharmaceutical industry is the top industry. The demand for medicine has never ended. An Indian woman understood the market value and founded “Biocon” biotechnology company.

Biocon is an Indian biopharma company. You may be amazed to know Kiran Mazumdar Shaw has started her business in a rented shed, and now it has become the largest biopharma company in India.

According to Forbes, her net worth is $4 billion as of February 2022. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw is India’s richest self-made woman.

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2. Zhang Xin — Real estate

In the real estate business and woman— does not match, right? Zhang Xin made herself to create a new meaning for the real estate business.

SOHO China is a world-famous building developer. It is a china based real estate business. Zhang Xin is a co-founder and one of the most successful women in business. Best of all, the business world called Zhang “the woman who built Beijing”.

To develop the Beijing city, SOHO china plays the greatest role. Beijing and Shanghai — two major cities of China are decorated by SOHO china’s creation.


 
3. Oprah Winfrey— Media And Entertainment

A media personality, show host, television actress, producer, author, and philanthropist. This black lady established her foot in the media and entertainment world.

She did not discontinue her talk show until 2011. Afterward, she created OWN(Oprah Winfrey Network) and announced herself as a CEO.

In the year 2015, Oprah shifted her role as spokeswoman in Weight Watchers International. According to Forbes, Winfrey’s net worth is $2.6 million.


 
4. Gisele Bundchen

Gisele Bundchen is a Brazilian supermodel. She has made more than $386 million throughout her career. According to Forbes, in 2014, she made $47 million alone.

She is associated with the brands Hope and Grendene. Afterward, she founded Sejaa Pure skincare company.

In this way, women changed their roles in their careers and contributed to success in society.

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5. Kylie Jenner

The youngest member of the Kardashian- Jenner family. But, she already became a billionaire in her career, according to a Forbes report of Forbes, March 2019. She is the founder of the cosmetics brand Kylie Cosmetics in 2015.

Nad, now this business has enhanced all around the USA. She quoted, “It’s the power of social media,I had such a strong reach before I was able to start anything. … I see [Kylie Cosmetics] going very far. I work really hard.”


 
6. Sara Blakely

Sara Blakely is the founder of Spanx, an American undergarments company. She started with $5000, a dream, an idea, and confidence that help you to dive into it.

Today, her dream brand Spanx is sold in more than 50 countries. Besides her business, she is also a philanthropist. She does so many things to support women entrepreneurs.

In a recent report, Sara Blakely earned $1.2 billion. Blakely represents herself as Executive chairwoman.

Did you know how Blakely got the idea to start her own undergarment business? One fine night, when she went to get ready for the party, but she didn’t find any proper inner wear to provide a comfortable and smooth look under white pants. And, now, this brand sells clothing also. 



7. Rihanna

Without her name, this successful entrepreneur list couldn't have been completed. At 34 years old lady does a lot of things in the business and entertainment world. The super singer Rihana founded her makeup brand Fenty Beauty.

She is also a co-owners of Savage X Fenty. Besides her successful entrepreneur, she marked herself as a jewel philanthropist. Rihana contributed $14 million dollars for COVID-related relief, climate, and racial justice in 2020.



8. Indra Nooyi – The board member of Amazon

We all know the famous e-commerce business Amazon. Well, did you know Indra Nooyi, an Indian woman, placed herself as a board member of Amazon?

After completing her master’s degree from Yale School Management, she worked as a product manager at Johnson & Johnson, later, she joined as a strategy consultant at Boston consulting group.

In 1994, she started working at PepsiCo, where she got the position of CEO and successfully played the role from 2006 to 2018.

In 2017, she dropped her foot at Amazon as a board member of Amazon. Her journey proved that she never stops to explore her way of career. Plus, she invests money in different businesses.

 
Bottom Line:

These are the top eight most successful business woman entrepreneurs who are able to mark their road to inspire women in the world. They are our inspiration. They teach us never to stop and be satisfied. Always do your work and contribute to good things in society.

Hopefully, you have enjoyed to read this article. Finally, you visit our website to get more success stories.



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Monday, October 17, 2022

The Medical City shows what it means to be a partner in health and in sickness


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What makes an ideal life partner? Some say that a partner should be kind and caring, helping you through tough times while celebrating the high moments with you. Others say that a lasting partnership is built on a foundation of open communication, trust, and respect. With a reliable partner by one’s side, one can truly live life to the fullest and face any challenge with the assurance that someone will be there to take care of them.

The Medical City (TMC), the largest healthcare network in the Philippines, recently launched a campaign honoring these ideal partners which symbolize its brand philosophy “Where Patients are Partners”. This means that in TMC, the patient is viewed not merely as a problem to be solved, but as a partner in his or her own health.

In a heartwarming, relatable video series, modern-day couples describe what they see in a perfect partner, which reflects what TMC strives to be for its patients. Watch the pilot episode here:


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“This campaign aims to show that The Medical City is committed to being its patients’ partner in health and in sickness through two-way, world-class healthcare and wellness services,” said Dr. Christian G. Delos Reyes, Chief Marketing Officer. “Patient partnership is acknowledging the patient’s fundamental accountability for his own health, and then supporting this with systems, tools, and venues for education, open communication, and informed choice. This fresh perspective on the patient’s role in healthcare represents a radical departure from the traditional idea of the patient as a passive recipient of medical services.”

The insight behind this innovative campaign is validated by prestigious citations which reinforce TMC’s healthcare leadership. It was recently hailed as the “Hospital of the Year and Medical Tourism Initiative of the Year” by the Healthcare Asia Awards 2022. It has also been a consistent recipient of a gold seal of approval from the Joint Commission International (JCI) since 2006 for maintaining the highest standards related to Access to Care and Continuity of Care; Quality Improvement and Patient Safety; Patients and Family Education; and Governance, Leadership, and Direction. With these recognitions in tow, each person who goes to TMC is assured of receiving healthcare services that are at par with the best hospitals in the world.












Where Patients are Partners

The Medical City’s esteemed accolades are further backed by positive, real-life testimonials garnered from its valued patients:

“A caring hospital for me does not only mean that the hospital staff are caring and dependable. They should treat me and each patient as a person and not as a disease or condition to be treated. A hospital cares when it involves me in decisions about my care and the doctors and staff are willing to explain everything to me in a manner that I can understand. And that’s what I like about The Medical City.” – Raquel, 57, HR Practitioner, Patient since 2021

“I feel safe here. The Medical City has a good track record in keeping us safe knowing that patient safety and high-quality healthcare are its top priorities. The hospital is always clean and good hand hygiene is being practiced. Doctors and staff are experienced and knowledgeable, so I am confident I am in good hands whenever I am at the hospital.” – Ralph, 35, Engineer, Patient since 2016

“The Medical City treats me with respect. The hospital listens to our views as patients, and they value getting feedback from us.” – Pat, 65, Retired Banker, Patient since 2010



The country’s largest healthcare network

The Medical City is composed of one flagship complex in Ortigas Avenue; provincial hospitals in Clark, Iloilo, Laguna, and Pangasinan; and over 50 clinics in Metro Manila and in select provinces in the Philippines. It gathers around 1,500 experienced and recognized physicians from various fields and 4,000 administrative support staff who have honed their expertise through the years.

These skilled and compassionate doctors and medical staff cover a wide suite of health and wellness services across TMC’s nine institutes: Cardiovascular Institute; Institute for Women’s Health; Eye and Vision Institute; Wellness and Aesthetics Institute; ENT, Head and Neck Institute; Augusto P. Sarmiento Cancer Institute; Institute of Pediatrics; Acute Critical Care Institute; and Institute of The Neurological Services.

The recently launched video officially kicks off the campaign’s series. Developed in partnership with veteran photography and videography service provider Nice Print, the upcoming videos will expound more on the perfect partnership which TMC promises for its patients. “The short films by Nice Print highlight the joy of finding the one, and that relationships are no fairytale as they show how two people in love can weather any storm together,” said Dr. Christian G. Delos Reyes, Chief Marketing Officer. “And that’s exactly what The Medical City is—your partner in health and in sickness. Our role is to be with you on your health and wellness journey every step of the way.”

Stay tuned for the succeeding episodes and for more information, visit themedicalcity.com and follow The Medical City on Facebook and @themedicalcity on Instagram.






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