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ST. GENEVIEVE HOSPITAL
We Care. We Act.
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The Philippine Hospital Association (PHA) acknowledge that one of the biggest problems in General Hospital involving its service to the indigents is the lack of funds to finance much needed medicines and costly special laboratory tests.

The medical/hospital Social Services concept has been arising in the effort of trying its best to accommodate this need, but these efforts are not enough to cover the needs of thousands of patients who cannot afford to buy their own medicines and pay for the cost of special laboratory tests. In accordance with the original meaning of the word, hospitals were originally “places of hospitality” MFMDPRI’s St. Genevieve Hospital will uphold to provide charity services to the indigents as one of its programs, especially those patients from lumad communities.

Through donations from various quarters such as individuals and donor organizations such as Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) and Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR), and other government and non-government institutions, through accreditation and partnership with Philippine Health Insurance Company (PHIC/PhilHealth) and Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to provide the needs of its citizenry that are less fortunate and barely rendered and accommodated with hospital care.

COMMITMENT TO CARE. COMPASSION TO SERVE. COURAGE TO LEAD

COMMUNITY LIVELIHOOD INTEGRATION PROGRAM
These programs will give way to answer the basic and one of the root cause of economic instability of the
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COMMUNITY HEALTH ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
Programs that will help the community enhance their capability in improving their health situation.  These programs can be done through
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COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH RESPONDERS
CBHR – Community-based health responders These are identified person within the community from different health POs or POs that will
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