Siglo: A Hundred Years Of The Pgh In The Service Of The Filipino People
|Author||Dr. Jose Luis Danguilan|
|Dr. Rafael Bundoc|
|Prof. Jerome Ong|
|Dr. Philip Aristotle Hermida|
|Dimension||8 x 10, 700g|
This book is divided into ten chapters that are organized in such a way as to highlight the common themes and challenges during the various colorful episodes in the PGH’s history. From the time of the PGH’s inception up until the contemporary times, the path of modern medicine and health practices as well as the vibrant history of the medical center would intertwine and forge an infinite bond with the principal aim of safeguarding the people’s health and lives. Indeed, the hospital has remained steadfast in its commitment to the Filipino people to deliver effective health services, undertake relevant researches, continue valuable training programs, and strengthen its own governance as well. Definitely, the people’s hospital has its own narrative to tell and share with the entire Filipino nation. This noble institution has gone a long way since its founding a hundred years ago. And all of us are very much enthusiastic on what’s in store for PGH for the next hundred years, another new siglo in the making.
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