CGHMC, PCG Run Medical Services In Antipolo

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The Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center (CGHMC), in cooperation with the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Auxiliary Executive Squadron held a free medical and dental mission last Sunday, March 26, in Antipolo City. Through this endeavor, over 700 people received medical and dental services including haircuts and massages, under the initiative of CGHMC Chairman and honorary Auxiliary Admiral Dr. James Dy. Residents were also given medicines and multivitamins as part of the humanitarian program, which was likewise sponsored by Amang Rodriguez Memorial Hospital and the city government.

CGHMC has a long-standing affiliation with PCG for years, where, with its Memorandum of Agreement, provides numerous public health services to the public, and gives special assistance and treatment to the coast guard’s active personnel while in their line of duty.

The PCG has, in-turn, bestowed much honor and appreciation to the hospital and recognized the importance of its partnership with them, particularly to the men and women that ensure the maritime safety and security of the country.

CGHMC has consistently allocated much time and effort for the welfare of Filipino and Chinese-Filipino communities nationwide. This program is just the latest of many other outreach plans they have in-store.

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