Cardinal Santos, PNP sign hospital care pact

Cardinal Santos Medical Center (CSMC) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) have signed a Memorandum of Agreement that will allow members of the PNP to have access to CSMC for their hospitalization and other diagnostic and therapeutic medical needs.

HEALTH PARTNERS. Officials of Cardinal Santos Medical Center and the Philippine National Police sign a Memorandum of Agreement to provide access to world-class medical services to police personnel. In photo are (from left) Dr. Alfred Allen Buenafe, Executive Director of CSMC’s Philippine Center for Advanced Surgery; Raul Pagdanganan, President and CEO of CSMC; Police General Camilo Pancratius Cascolan, PNP Chief; and, Police B/Gen. Ronaldo Olay, Director of the Health Service.
The agreement was signed on Nov. 9 by outgoing PNP Chief Police General Camilo Pancratius Cascolan and the President and CEO of Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Raul Pagdanganan, at Camp Crame in Quezon City.

Also present during the ceremony were the Executive Director of CSMC’s Philippine Center for Advanced Surgery, Dr. Alfred Allen Buenafe, and the Director of the PNP Health Service, Police Brigadier General Ronaldo Olay.

The agreement also builds a deeper relationship between CSMC and the PNP, as the hospital will endeavor to help PNP medical professional personnel maximize their capabilities through training and skills development.

Topics: Cardinal Santos Medical Center , Philippine National Police , Memorandum of Agreement , Camilo Pancratius Cascolan , Raul Pagdanganan
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