• Tue. Nov 22nd, 2022

Isabela Solon, dad strengthens public medical services

ByMadeleine J. Pierce

Oct 18, 2022

San Mariano, Isabela—Isabela Representative Ed Christopher and Provincial Council Member Ed Christian Go use the services of accredited hospitals to meet the medical needs of residents of the province’s second district.

“These health services for our people have been one of our core programs,” the lawmaker said.

“We are responding to these concerns to protect and promote individual and community health which I believe is everyone’s right to a healthy life, which is a basic human right,” he added.

For his part, board member Go said health care was essential as it “paves the way for positive effects on the health, growth and development of the individual”, he said. he declares.

Zenaida Martin, who was confined to Isabela Doctors General Hospital Inc., received 50,000 pesos.

KMyleigh Marrayah Mercurio, who was admitted to the Providers Cooperative Multipurpose Medical Center, received 41,332 pesos, while Marlon Reyes, who was confined to Isabela Doctors Inc General Hospital, received 59,000 pesos.

The other beneficiaries were Alexander Telan and Elpidio Cabalonga, both from Minanga, San Mariano, P40,000 each; Allam of Cataguing, P50,000; Ferdinand Ramos of San Jose, P68 374.62; John Paul Tomines of Magsaysay, Naguillian received P50,000 aid from GFNDY Sr. MH; Andabuen’s Alex Flores from Benito Soliven admitted to Dr. Ester R. Garcia Medical Center with P50,000 medication; Ana Grazelle Bulan of Sta. Filomena, San Mariano treated at Isabela Doctors General Hospital, received 51,800 pesos; Epifanio Nastor of District II, Gamu Isabela admitted to Isabela United Doctor Medical Center for 50,000 pesos; Ruthlane Molina of Songsong, Gamu treated the Providers Comprehensive Cooperative Medical Center and received 40,437.86 pesos.

Meanwhile, Margie Millares of Cadsalan, San Mariano, admitted to GNDy Sr. Medical Hospital, received P50,000; Alyssa Dizon of Sta. Filomena with P76, 174.00 at Providers Cooperative Multipurpose Medical Center; Leandro Salazar of Dicabisan West, Palanan confined to Ilagan City

The medical center used P97,528.00; Gilberto Cantada Sr., of Surcoc, Naguillian at P50,000 confined to GNDy Sr. Medical Hospital; Dionicia Furoc of Benito Soliven with P49,444 treated at Ilagan City Medical Center and Jovem Jammice Pabro Santiago of Magsaysay, Naguillian received P50,000 aid and was treated at Cauuayan United Doctors Medical Center are just among the many patients who have taken advantage of medical assistance from the Congressional Legislative Office of Rep Go in the province of Isabela.

The villagers expressed their deep gratitude to the young legislator whom they recognized as the “man of action” of the district for his immediate action on the various services they received at his office and in other cases he was brought straight to their doorstep.

He was always “on the go” to extend his services to us, especially for sick members of our family who need medicine and not just in the aftermath of typhoons and calamities, residents pointed out.

Patients who have undergone treatments such as dialysis, chemotherapy, orthopedics, surgery, among others, receive between 100,000 and 300,000 pesos for their hospital bills.

Other accredited hospitals with which Rep Go entered into an agreement were the Philippines Children’s Medical Center (PCMC), National Kidney Transplant Institute (NKTI), Philippine Heart Center, Lung Center of the Philippines, East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC ), Cagayan Valley Medical Center (CVMC), Southern Isabela Medical Center (SIMC), Gov Faustino N. Dy Sr. Memorial Hospital GFNDY MH), San Mariano Medicare Hospital and Palanan Station Hospital.