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Deal for poor

Deal for poor

Quezon City Councilor Imee Rillo, the four government hospitals, and two funeral parlors recently signed an agreement to give health benefits and burial assistance for free to poor families in the city. Photo shows (from left) Dr. Alfonso G. Nunez, OIC Medical Center chief, East Avenue Medical Center; Dr. Joel M. Abanilla, executive director, Philippine Heart Center; Dr. Epifania S. Simbul, CEO, National Children’s Medical Center; former councilor Marvin Rillo; Dr. Evelyn Victoria R. Reside, Medical Center chief, QMMC; Debra M. Navarro of Amber Green Funeral Services; and Rodel N. Lobo of WYN Funeral Services. 

Topics: Imee Rillo , Alfonso G. Nunez , burial assistance , free , poor

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