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Residents of Aborlan town in Palawan get free medical services from St. Luke’s

Nov 14, 2017 @ 18:02

Doctors from St. Luke’s Medical Center gave free medical services to more than 500 residents of Aborlan town in Palawan last November 11.

The medical mission was made possible in partnership with St. Luke Medical Center-Sagip Buhay Foundation Inc. and The Ramon Tulfo Good Samaritan Foundation Inc.

“Humigit-kumulang sa dalawampung mga doktor mula sa St. Luke Medical Center ang nagbigay ng libreng serbisyo sa pamamagitan ng minor operations at konsultasyong medikal para sa mga senior citizens, persons with disabilities (PWD) at mga bata,” the Palawan provincial government said.

Provincial Information Officer Atty. Gil A. Acosta, Jr., Ospital ng Palawan (ONP), Office of the 3rd District Rep. Gil P. Acosta, and several barangay officials also led the event.

“Ito ang kauna-unahang pagkakataon na nakapagsagawa ng medical mission ang St. Luke Medical Center-Sagip Bayan Foundation at The Ramon Tulfo Good Samaritan Foundation Inc., sa barangay Apurawan sa bayan ng Aborlan kung saan labis ang pasasalamat ng mga residenteng nabenepisyuhan ng libreng serbisyong medikal,” the provincial government said.

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