Enjoy the distinct privileges of working in one of the most advanced and prestigious Medical Centers in the South Luzon region.
Lipa Medix Medical Center is looking for:
Facilities & Management Department Head
Interested applicants may e-mail their resume to email@example.com or visit HRD Office, 2nd Level, Main Building, Lipa Medix Medical Center, J. P. Laurel Highway, Balintawak, Lipa City, Batangas.
The Mary Mediatrix Medical Center of choice providing healthcare of the highest standards imbued with personalized and compassionate ideals.
Provide quality healthcare through well-trained, committed and compassionate hospital staff delivering effective and innovative services and processes complemented by state-of-the-art medical facilities.
Armed with idealism and passion to serve the underprivileged, Dr. Vicente L. Magsino, a U.S. trained doctor returned to his homeland to practice medicine in 1958. He converted an old factory to a modest clinic in Lipa. Soon, his unique brand of service and expertise slowly found its way to the hearts of the locals and neighboring towns in the province.
In 1965, the humble clinic evolved to Magsino General Hospital (MGH), a two-storey health facility with 30 beds and specialized services.
The increase in patient base and breakthroughs in medicine paved the way for the organization to build a much larger health facility. In July 23, 1994, MARY MEDIATRIX MEDICAL CENTER was unveiled to the public. The center was named after its patron, a loving tribute to our Lady of Lipa, Mary Mediatrix of All Graces. The main building housed 100 beds with advanced diagnostic services and a two-storey medical arts building for physician’s clinics.
Mediatrix made state-of-the-art medical procedures and health experts more accessible to patients in this side of the region.
Today, Mary Mediatrix Medical Center is the clear choice for superior yet affordable healthcare from well-trained medical professionals. Mediatrix is now equipped with 150 beds serving residents of Lipa and other high-growth areas in Batangas, Laguna, Quezon, and Mindoro.
San Antonio Medical Center of Lipa, Inc. is a pioneering health care provider in Lipa City. When it was established in 1970, the hospital was known as San Antonio Maternity and Medical Hospital, because of its basic health care provided by the first US-trained Obstetrician-Gynecologist, Frances N. Reyes and Internist-Cardiologist, Cesar A. Reyes Sr. The hospital kept on improving, in the late 1980s, it became San Antonio General Hospital, a secondary hospital which can support licensed physicians in pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, general surgery and other supporting medical services.
From humble beginnings (primary – secondary – tertiary) it became San Antonio Medical Center of Lipa, Inc. last 2008. As a tertiary medical center, it offers a full complement of medical specialty services and facilities. In addition to these medical specialty services and facilities, the hospital offers specific sub-specialty care such as Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI). New facilities include the Fertility Center and Gynecologic-Minimally Invasive Surgery Center doing a laparoscopy and hysteroscopy.
Presently, there are a lot of other healthcare providers in Batangas province. What sets San Antonio Medical Center of Lipa, Inc. apart from others aside from its services and facilities is its social responsibility to the people. The priority of our institution is its commitment to care for the lives of people through affordable and compassionate healthcare for all.
The owners order the use of hospital facilities and equipment judiciously and do not only consider profit. The hospital has reasonable rates and its doctors charge reasonable professional fees.
With regards to corporate social responsibility, we have incorporated a foundation named San Antonio Medical Center Foundation, Inc. the purpose of which are:
To develop programs that attract the support of corporations, foundations, and organizations and that encourage individuals to contribute philanthropic funds to the hospital throughout their lives.
To raise funds and awareness for projects and services that maintain and improve quality patient care at San Antonio Medical Center of Lipa, Inc. and its affiliates.
To raise and steward funds for the advancement of healthcare in San Antonio Medical Center of Lipa, Inc.
In this regard, San Antonio Medical Center of Lipa, Inc. would like to provide the people of Batangas, pioneering and innovative services and facilities at affordable rates.
San Antonio Medical Center of Lipa, Inc. is moving towards ISO 9001:2008 and hopefully, within the year, we will be the first hospital in Batangas which will be ISO certified.
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3 Factors that can help you make safe choices when you’re in an area of widespread COVID-19 transmission:
(2) Proximity with others
(3) Time you spend there
Reference: World Health Organization (WHO)
The humble beginnings of the N.L. Villa Memorial Hospital was initiated by Dr. Nemesio K. Villa, Jr., the youngest son of the late Dr. Villa, Sr. While in the USA, back in 1965, definite plans were already taking shape. Medical equipments were slowly being purchased. His wife, Dr. Norma A. Villa helped and supported her husband’s vision and in 1968, the family went home to the Philippines armed with every minor and major details of the hospital plans where they would plunge into a lifetime endeavor of fulfilling his late father’s dream.
May 31, 1969 saw the birth of the N.L. Villa Memorial Hospital. Phase 1 of the projected medical center was fulfilled and the memory of Dr. Villa, Sr. would live in the institution and his children to whom he left the legacy of service of people through the medical profession.
The institution, through time, adequately served the medical needs of the people of Batangas. It grew by leaps and bounds and finally, on April 12, 1994, the hospital celebrated its Silver Anniversary, marking not just a milestone but the dawn of a new era.
The institution, now a Medical Center, carries state-of-the-art equipments and world class medical practitioners. It has sustained its dynamic growth due to the competence, skills and service oriented ideal of its staff. Despite its tremendous growth, the hospital has maintained its “Open Hospital Policy” ensuring patients continuity of care of their physicians.
Greater and better things are happening and as we expect the opening of the third phase of our hospital, we shall be able to reach out to more patients with more and better facilities. This move shall definitely put to rest what once was tagged as provincial. We are definitely a Medical Center par excellence with a reasonably priced laboratory, diagnostic procedures and other services. Further, with the establishment of the N.L. Villa Memorial Hospital Foundation, medical care is more accessible and affordable edifying the vision of: “serving people through the medical profession”
Our Lady of Caysasay Medical Center, Inc. (OLCMC) is a LEVEL 2 care hospital with thirty-one (31) years of experience in hospital operation and administration. It’s high-class healthcare and patient-centered integrated medical center and is now one of the premier centers for excellence in healthcare not only in Southern Luzon but also in the Philippines. The 100 -bed hospital with a total floor area of 5076 square meters is home to 4 Centers and 8 Departments. These centers for excellence has come to bring to Southern Luzon the latest medical advances and treatment modalities. OLCMC has a medical staff of over 150 physicians (visiting and active consultants) who are established experts in their various fields of specialization. This core of professionals is complemented by more than 260 well-trained human resources, engaged in allied medical, administrative and support services excluding outsourced personnel for various services.
At the heart of OLCMC’s service philosophy are new paradigms of hospital care addressing the entire continuum of health needs, and the patient as an equal, informed and empowered partner in the pursuit and preservation of health.