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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Pampanga police, Calcutta Medical Center sign for service benefits

CAMP OLIVAS -- The Police Regional Office (PRO)-Central Luzon and Mother Teresa of Calcutta Medical Center (MTCMC) on Monday signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) on police and non-uniformed personnel benefits as well as their immediate family members.

The MOA signing, with the theme “Agarang Tulong Medikal para sa Kapulisan” was held at PRO-Central Luzon administration building.

The benefits include a 20 percent discount on the total hospital bill aside from the existing health insurances, 30 percent discount on private room and 50 percent discount on doctor’s fee.

Present during the signing of the MOA were Vilma Caluag, president and Chief Executive Officer of MTCMC; Dr. Rey Melchor Santos, director of MTCMC; Dr. Jose Antonio Rivera, program coordinator; Odilon Lacson, executive assistant of MTCMC; PRO-Central Luzon Director Edgardo Ladao; Senior Superintendent Agripino Javier, regional chief directorial staff; Regional Health Service-Central Luzon Chief Jeremy Zulaybar; and Regional Health Service-Central Luzon Deputy Chief Benedict Padrinao.

After the signing, a blood donation drive was conducted at the Multi-Purpose Hall wherein a total of 32,500 ccs of blood was donated by 65 police personnel in support of the medical program embodied in the MOA.  (Ric Sapnu)
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