PIA Press Release
Sunday, January 08, 2012
Quezon medical center opens annex buildingLUCENA CITY, Quezon, January 8 (PIA) -- The provincial government has recently inaugurated the newly-constructed annex building of its provincial hospital, the Quezon Medical Center (QMC), that will house medical facilities.
Among these facilities include the CT-Scan machine, blood bank, women center, pharmacy, business office, physical clinic and canteen.
The facilities aim to cater to the poorest families in the province with no financial capabilities for their medical needs. It is also in accordance with the health programs that the provincial government is advancing under the ‘Serbisyong Suarez.’
“These facilities will be of great help to the constituents in the province specifically to indigent families mostly needing medical attention,” Gov. David Suarez said. He also assured that ordinary patients can pay the reasonable cost of the CT-Scan.
The inauguration was led by Gov. David Suarez and Dr. Agripino Tullas, provincial health officer and witnessed by provincial employees while Bishop Emilio Marquez led the blessing of the building. (Carlo P. Gonzaga, PIA-4A with report from PIA-Quezon)