Government Organizations

Government Services Insurance System

The GSIS Hospitalization Program (GSHP)

The GSHP is another initiative of the GSIS that affords its members and their dependents quality medical care through discounts in GSIS-Accredited Hospitals.
 All admitted or out-patient GSIS active members can now enjoy 10-40% discount after Philhealth deductions.  All they need to do is present their E-card to our clerk at our Admissions Office (in case of Admission) or to our Finance Office Staff (for out-patients) upon payment.  

Department of Health

The Department of Health (DOH) holds the over-all technical authority on health as it is a national health policy-maker and regulatory institution. Basically, the DOH has three major roles in the health sector:

  • (1) leadership in health;

  • (2) enabler and capacity builder;

  • (3) administrator of specific services

Its mandate is to develop national plans, technical standards, and guidelines on health. Aside from being the regulator of all health services and products, the DOH is the provider of special tertiary health care services and technical assistance to health providers and stakeholders.

Philippines Health Insurance Corporation

THE call to serve the rural indigents echoed since the early '60s when the Philippine Medical Association introduced the MARIA Project which prioritized aid to communities in need of medical assistance. 

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Non-Government Organizations

Kythe Foundation

When Kythe was beginning its journey, children living with chronic illness were at the core of our operations as a foundation. Two decades after, we carry the same inspiration. Child Life Program for hospitalized children has been Kythe’s brand of pediatric care. The tradition of psycho-social support through the Child Life Program remains our baseline requirement in our day-to-day work. It entails Child Life practitioners among our staff who either have a Doctorate or Masteral Degree in Psychology/Counseling and Registered Social Workers.

Rotary Club's "Gift of Life" Program

The “Gift of Life” program began in 1974 at the Long Island district of Rotary International. Since then many other Rotary Districts have become involved and now some 10,000 children from more than 36 countries have received cardiovascular life saving operations in the United States.

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Owned and Managed Hospitals
  • International

    • Thailand

      • St. Louis Hospital - Bangkok

Administered Hospitals
Co-Owned Hospital
  • Maria Reyna Xavier University Hospital - Cagayan de Oro City

Insurance

Partnerships 

Spirituality of Compassion, Shepherding Leadership, Innovative Excellence, Superior  Expertise