Albay Gov. Bichara inspects ongoing repair of Ziga Memorial Hospital
Albay Governor Al Francis Bichara has spearheaded the inspection of the ongoing rehabilitation of the Ziga Memorial Hospital.
Bichara made sure that the Ziga Memorial Hospital will be ready for its inauguration tomorrow, February 14.
“Governor Al Francis Bichara leads the inspection of the on-going repair and rehabilitation of the Ziga Memorial Hospital in Tabaco City,” the Capitol said.
The hospital will now house “state-of-the-art equipment and quality healthcare” for the Albay residents.
“The new dialysis center in Ziga Hospital, which is set to be inaugurated on February 14, 2019 is a priority project of the governor–poised to offer a modern facility in the first district of Albay with state-of-the-art equipment and quality healthcare made accessible to the less fortunate among Albayanos with chronic kidney failure or chronic kidney diseases,” the province said.
Meanwhile, members of the Rotary Club of Old Albay District have paid a courtesy visit to the governor at the Capitol.
.”The Rotary Club of Old Albay District, represented by their president, Sebastien Domingues, a Belgian citizen residing in Albay, and Ms. Nikki Sese, paid a courtesy call to Governor Al Francis Bichara at the Governor’s Office to discuss a proposal to promote the amazing natural beauty of the beaches of the west coast of Albay, tagged as the AFB (Albays Finest Beaches) The West Coast Ride,” the province said.
“The project is slated to be held as part of the Magayon Festival in May, details are to follow,” it added