STA. ANA -- Governor Lilia Pineda and Mayor Rommel Concepcion led the inauguration of a local diagnostic center in this town, worth P2.7 million, on Wednesday.

The new health facility is situated in San Joaquin Village of this town and funded by the Provincial Government as part of Pineda's commitment to provide quality yet affordable health services for all Kapampangans.

Pineda also pledged to obtain services from medical specialists and practitioners to provide maximum healthcare services in this facility for the benefit of the townsfolk and residents of nearby municipalities.

The governor also urged the locals to fully utilize their PhilHealth memberships and seek medical assistance as soon as they feel ill.

"Do not wait for your condition to worsen before seeking help from your doctors. Use your PhilHealth cards and avail of the free checkup provided by the Alaga Ka program of PhilHealth," said Pineda.

Concepcion expressed gratitude to the governor on behalf of his constituents.

"This was once a dream for this town, for us to have our own medical facility such as this. Thank you for helping us turn our dream into a reality,” Concepcion told Governor Pineda.

The governor was also joined by Board Members Rosve Henson, Provincial Board members led by Vice Mayor Mediatrix Nolasco, Engr. Andy Austria, Engr. Olimpio Pangan and Capitol chief of staff Olga Frances David Dizon. (Angelique DC Tuazon/Pampanga PIO)