The Medical City (TMC) Iloilo once again proved that it is indeed a “Trailblazer in Healthcare in Western Visayas” with its recent feat in the 2019 DOH30 Hospital Awards held at Pearlmont Hotel in Cagayan De Oro on September 17.
TMC Iloilo was recognized as one of the Top 10 Best Performing Level 2 Hospitals assessed in the following criteria: Infection Control and Hospital Safety Programs, Service Provision, Patient Experience and Employee Satisfaction, Social Responsibility and Community-based Activities, and Quality Improvement and Innovations.
“This recognition will further boost confidence of our patient partners and will also serve as a testament of our promise of delivering quality patient-centered care through patient partnership”, said TMC Iloilo Chief Executive Officer Dr. Felix Ray Villa.
“It’s also another proof that TMC Iloilo never stops evolving as we continuously embrace the challenge of meeting the dynamic healthcare demands of the Ilonggos,” he added.
The DOH30 Star Awards was conceptualized to give recognition to hospitals upholding the best health practices in the delivery of healthcare services.
Learn more about the quality programs and services of TMC Iloilo, call (033) 500-1000 or email email@example.com. Also log on www.themedicalcityiloilo.com for updates. (TMCI)
ABOUT THE MEDICAL CITY ILOILO
TMC Iloilo is one of the five local hospitals of The Medical City brand. Its other hospitals are located in Ortigas, Clark, South Luzon and Pangasinan.
Entered Iloilo in 2009, it is the first hospital in Iloilo City to introduce “Patient Partnership” service philosophy, a value of care that focuses on making every patient a partner in their journey towards wellness.
The Medical City is the largest healthcare network which owns and operates Guam Regional Medical City, the first Filipino-owned hospital in the United States and an ambulatory Clinic in Dubai.
PHOTO: TMC Iloilo Chief Executive Officer Dr. Felix Ray Villa (3rd from right) receives the DOH30 Hospital Star Awards together with TMC Iloilo Chief Patient Services Division Officer Joaquin Sapul Jr. (rightmost), TMC Iloilo Chief Quality Officer Rahal Akeem Daleno (3rd from left) and TMC Iloilo Chief Finance Officer Kitchy Marie Niaraki Asli (2nd from left).