PCSO strengthens anti-corruption fight
”We encourage the public to be aware, be cautious and report illegal transactions not only of those who are impersonating or posing as PCSO employees but also the employees who do irregular activities. Go to PCSO offices or branch offices for face to face official transactions. Do not transact outside or over the phone/text,” PCSO General Manager Royina M. Garma said. “This is for their safety too,“ she concluded. For those who are seeking medical assistance, individuals are encouraged to go at PCSO Satellite Office at the Lung Center of the Philippines located at 6512 Quezon Ave, Diliman, Quezon. Indigents must submit the duly accomplished PCSO IMAP Application Form (available for download at www.pcso.gov.ph, or at the PCSO Lung Center of the Philippines Satellite Office, PCSO Branch Offices and hospitals with Malasakit Center) and bring any Government Issued Identification cards (Patient and Representative) such as Passport, Driver’s License, GSIS UMID, SSS ID, PRC ID, NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate, NSO Authenticated Marriage Certificate, Digitized Voter’s ID, Philippine Health Insurance (PHIC) ID, Senior Citizen’s ID, Government Issued Office ID, DSWD – 4P’s ID, and Student ID. The Agency encourages the public to be more aware of fraudulent and acts of corruption especially towards public servants and report to appropriate government agencies/platform such as The President’s Hotline (8888) or anything concerns the PCSO. The public are also encourage to visit the Official PCSO Facebook page @ Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office and to also address their concerns to “Ipaalam kay GM” which was launched in 2019 and can also be reached through call and text at official mobile numbers 0998-4068640 (SMART) and 0956-9654381(Globe) for faster response and action.