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The Medical City Iloilo Calls for Red Coat Movement Volunteers

The Medical City Iloilo recently unveiled “Red Coat Movement”, last September 27. The movement highlights the C.A.R.E. values that Red Coat Ambassadors possess – this includes compassion, assistance, relationship and empathy. The program is open to all employees of the facility and to volunteers who ‘have the passion to serve with a heart and spark human connection and engagement through meaningful conversations’.

“Care is the center of everything that we do at TMC Iloilo. Driven by core value of patient partnership, we are giving CARE a new meaning as testament of our commitment of bringing not only quality and trailblazing healthcare services, but also the best customer service to our patient partners,” states Prince Juliene Hermaine Celo, The Medical City Iloilo Chief Marketing Officer

“TMC Iloilo strives to provide a holistic healthcare that does not only heal them physically, but also nurtures the total being of our patient partners. We exist for the purpose of inspiring every person to always choose to be healthy both in mind and body. As healthcare givers, we are doing our best to help our patients realize the best version of themselves,” states Dr. Felix Ray Villa, The Medical City Iloilo Chief Executive Officer.

Be part of the Red Coat Movement!Sign up today by contacting our Customer Service Department at (033) 500-1000 or email info@themedicalcityiloilo.com. Also log on www.themedicalcityiloilo.com for updates. (TMCI)

About The Medical City Iloilo. The Medical City Iloilo is one of the five local hospitals of The Medical City brand. Its other hospitals are located in Ortigas, Clark, South Luzon and Pangasinan. Entered Iloilo in 2009, it is the first hospital in Iloilo City to introduce “Patient Partnership” service philosophy, a value of care that focuses on making every patient a partner in their journey towards wellness. The Medical City is the largest healthcare network which owns and operates Guam Regional Medical City, the first Filipino-owned hospital in the United States and an ambulatory Clinic in Dubai.

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