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DBP finances new hospital in Quezon City


State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has granted a P200-million loan to the Diliman Doctors Hospital, Inc. (DDHI) for a pioneering level 3 hospital along Commonwealth Avenue that will provide modern health care facilities and services to residents of Quezon City and nearby areas.

The loan assistance is in consonance with DBP’s efforts to enhance social development by supporting quality health care programs.  The Diliman Doctors Hospital will be the first ever private specialist hospital in Diliman, Quezon City that will provide holistic, integrated and continuous health care services.  It will have a wellness center for weight management, nutrition and aesthetic services, an eye center, physical therapy and rehabilitative medicine center, catheterization laboratory and modern magnetic resonance imaging apart from X-ray and CT Scan services.  It is expected to commence operations in December this year.

DDHI is behind other successful DBP-assisted hospital projects such as Marikina Valley Medical Center; Manila East Medical Center in Taytay, Rizal; and Commonwealth Hospital and Medical Center in Greater Lagro, Quezon City.

Shown during the loan agreement signing are (from left) DBP senior vice president Ma. Teresa Jesudason, DDHI president Jose Bacud, DBP executive vice president Anthony Robles, DDHI chairperson Dr. Lani Ancheta, and DBP senior assistant vice president Catalina Avila. At the back are (from left) DBP assistant manager Michelle Aures Hernandez, DBP vice president Madeleine Casas, DDHI corporate secretary Dr. Rodolfo Luna, DDHI treasurer Dr. Victoria Dumlao, and DBP Commonwealth branch head Rudy Galang.