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Hospital network considers providing affordable healthcare to Filipinos.
By growing its network of medical facilities throughout the nation, Metro Pacific Health (MPH), formerly known as Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings, Inc. (MPHHI), aims to provide Filipino people with high-quality, easily accessible healthcare.
MPH president Augusto Palisoc Jr. informed reporters during the brand equity launch on Thursday in Makati City that the organization has boosted its initial objective of 40 hospitals by 2030 from the prior 30 hospital networks.
With a total bed capacity of 3,800, a pool of 10,000 doctors, and 15,000 staff members, MPH now consists of a network of 19 hospitals, 20 outpatient care facilities, and six cancer treatment centers that serve almost 3.8 million patients yearly.
The nation’s first and largest hospital network, MPHHI, has changed its name to MPH and is now known as “the heart of Filipino healthcare.”
MPH is now in discussions with at least 20 healthcare facilities about investments, according to Palisoc.
He claimed that the network of healthcare facilities is still interested in growing through acquisitions.
MPH, according to Palisoc, focuses on the facilities in the larger Visayan islands, especially Cebu and Iloilo.
Metro Manila, Bulacan, Tarlac, Rizal, Laguna, Bohol, Negros Occidental, Zamboanga del Sur, and General Santos all have networks of its hospitals.
Palisoc claimed that by expanding its network of medical facilities, the business would be able to offer its clients affordable medical care.
“You will be able to provide your service at a cheaper cost if you manage your hospitals more effectively. Then I added that since we buy in bulk, we are likely the cheapest in the nation because we get supplies and medicines at the lowest prices. All of that now contributes to decreasing the healthcare provided in our hospitals, Palisoc stated outside the ceremony.
According to MPH chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan, the organization’s goal is to make high-quality medical care more readily available and reasonably priced.
“Our goal is to increase efficiency, so our services are more reasonably priced. Making sure that health services are not only of high quality but also reasonably priced is a major issue for this group. In addition to offering top-notch hospital care, we’ll also make it available to more people, according to Pangilinan.
MPH’s chief executive officer Dr. Harish Pillai also stated that the organization plans to offer complicated healthcare treatments over the next three to four years, saving Filipinos from having to travel abroad for these services.
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