BGHMC

AcronymDefinition
BGHMCBaguio General Hospital and Medical Center (Baguio City, The Philippines)
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Aside from the available remedial measures, the city government also allocates PHP9 million annually for BGHMC on top of the medical assistance available from the city councilors.
Only 417 of them are accommodated at BGHMC, since only 30 machines available in the hospital.
For this year, BGHMC has 417 dialysis patients with 253 Baguio residents.
Ubial reiterated her call to BGHMC, their partners and other stakeholders for a united front in moving forward under their battle cry of All for Health, Towards Health For All.
She informed that the BGHMC Psychiatry department is offering its service for free.
She was accompanied by a relative, Phing de Guzman, 42, who was confined at BGHMC along with Henry Eugenio, 46, and Ernesto Luis, the van driver, according to hospital records.
But ongoing road repair at a section of Marcos Highway near BGHMC has been slowing down vehicle flow and creating gridlocks for weeks now.
The BGHMC Gardens are among the few treasures in this overly developed city of over 300,000, where remaining open spaces and parks continue to be threatened by concrete and asphalt.
Under his leadership, the BGHMC advisory board has asserted that the hospital retain its gardens, the only medical facility in Baguio with such an open space.
The OCD said 10 passengers -- Jhon Paul Lagmay, 8; Snooky Lagmay, 29; Edilyn Rivera, 18; Melvin Rimando, 26; Mary Jane Licudine, 28; Romy Pertudo, 48; Sara Leen Joy Layoso, 19; Limuel Marquez, 27; Herbert Yao; and Cathlyn Velocora -- were being treated at the BGHMC.
This year, the MMCF set its eyes on the BGHMC after helping fix up the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center and the Rizal Medical Center in previous years under the public-private partnership (PPP) program.
The almost-a-hectare BGHMC Gardens are among the few treasures in this overly developed city of over 300,000, where remaining open spaces and parks continue to be threatened by concrete and asphalt.