The Medical City – Iloilo brings health care in WV to a higher ground

Jun 23, 2014 by

Gone are the days when only the privileged can avail of medical services because it entailed traveling to Manila or a foreign country for specialized treatment. Medical City-Iloilo has claimed the forefront in cardiovascular and neurologic diseases treatment among the many breakthroughs this health institution is bringing to the fast-rising giant that is Iloilo.

Last June 14th, TMC-Iloilo held its groundbreaking ceremonies for the construction of a bigger complex in its site district here in Molo. The groundbreaking ceremony takes on the promise to the Ilonggo populace of TMC-Iloilo’s commitment to world-class health care services as it unveils its plans for a modern, eco-friendly 5-storey structure  to accommodate new medical services, more patient rooms, doctors’ clinics, expanded emergency and trauma rooms, fully equipped physical rehabilitation services, bigger critical care and stroke units, and more imaging, diagnostic and treatment modalities. Now I don’t mean to make it sound like going to a hospital is something we should be excited about, but what TMC-Iloilo is offering us Ilonggos is a sense of security that in times of health emergency, TMC-Iloilo can offer you the best health care possible.

TMC-Iloilo also envisions a premium on patient-partnership where the patient is center of the collaboration. This is where patient receives not only the care he/she requires, but service of greater worth. This will definitely change the landscape of health care experience in Western Visayas and we are all one in hoping that with competitive health care industry in Iloilo, we might just be the next health care destination in the country. TMC-Iloilo leads the way in taking a step closer to that dream.

Dr. Eugene Ramos, SVP for Medical Services TMCO CEO, during the Grounbreaking Ceremonies

Dr. Eugene Ramos, SVP for Medical Services TMCO CEO, during the Grounbreaking Ceremonies

The Archbishop of Iloilo, Msgr Angel Lagdameo

The Archbishop of Iloilo, Msgr Angel Lagdameo


The Medical City Iloilo family.

The Medical City Iloilo family.



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  1. Jose Alba

    It is about time!

  2. With the recent development happening in Iloilo City, businesses whether how big or small they are, needs to create proper branding as early as now. Good thing The Medical City started this innovation in the field of Health Care. Can’t wait to see Iloilo soar in heights.

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