Duterte gives Order of Lapu-lapu on Soldier

Duterte gives Order of Lapu-lapu on SoldierDuterte gives Order of Lapu-lapu on Soldier

President Duterte confers the Order of Lapu-Lapu, Rank of Kampilan on one

of the wounded soldiers whom he visited at Camp Melchor F. Dela Cruz Station

Hospital in Ilagan City, Isabela on Thursday. Duterte visited 10 soldiers wounded

during separate encounters in Northern Luzon.

A group of patients called on President Rodrigo Duterte to let the Philippine Health

Insurance Corp. accredit the hospital where they were seeking treatment.

The Negrense Dialysis Group cautioned that the non-accreditation of the Bacolod Our Lady of Mercy Specialty Hospital will uproot patients, including 231 experiencing dialysis.

Nevertheless we are content sure and depending such a great amount on the ability and sensible costs that this doctor’s facility is charging poor patients like us who are all PhilHealth individuals Negrense Dialysis Group president Gregorio Gustilo Jr. composed Duterte on June 20.

Healing facility’s application

PhilHealth denied the healing facility’s application for accreditation because of a body of evidence the office documented against its past proprietor, Tiong Bi, Inc., Gustilo said.

The doctor’s facility is as of now being overseen by the Negros Health Management System, Inc. (NHMSI).

The NHMSI is “particular and discrete” from Tiong Bi, Inc., said Gustilo.

PhilHealth – Western Visayas suspended the accreditation of the doctor’s facility successful March 2018, neighborhood media reports said.In light of this, the Department of Health gave the Bacolod Our Lady of Mercy Specialty Hospital until Dec. 31 this year to work as a Level 2, 200-bed wellbeing office.

The suspension was regarding the affirmed cushioning of PhilHealth asserts on waterfall activity in 2007.

Negrense Dialysis Group reques

Besides the uprooting of patients, its non-accreditation will cost the healing center “enormous misfortunes,” said Gustilo.

Hence Negrense Dialysis Group requested that Duterte persuade PhilHealth to rethink its choice, let the clinic proceed to work, and pay its P25-million levy to the doctor’s facility from March to May this year.The Bacolod Our Lady of Mercy Specialty Hospital is a “doctor’s facility for poor people,” Gustilo said.

Its conclusion will influence the city and Negros Occidental “to endure,” particularly with the up and coming dengue-fever season, he said.

“You are our solitary expectation, Mr. President, since we realize that you are an expert poor and would do everything to encourage us,” Gustilo said.

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