Tuesday, July 14, 2020

SM Foundation Donates Medical Equipment To Hospitals Nationwide

SM Foundation Donates Medical Equipment To Hospitals Nationwide

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Volunteer Group Launches ‘BIDA Eskwela’ To Raise P200K In 40-Days For Poor Schools

The initiative targets to send support to 20 school beneficiaries in mostly underprivileged and remote communities nationwide.

STI: Staying Education-Ready In The New Normal

STI is committed to face the challenges brought by the new normal of education, and at the same time, prioritize the needs and safety of its students.

SM Foundation Donates Masks And Face Shields To Cebu Hospitals And Quarantine Centers

SM Foundation donated KN95 masks, 3-ply masks, and face shields worth PHP2.5 million to Cebu hospitals and quarantine centers. Thank you, SM!

Francisco Motors Debunks Accusations That Modern PUVs Increase COVID-19 Transmission

"What worsens virus transmission are incompetence of vehicle personnel, complacency of those in-charge of the vehicles and negligence of passengers."

In its continuing support of helping hospitals fight against COVID-19, SM Foundation has donated much-needed medical equipment to help identify and manage severe cases.

SM Foundation has so far provided 4 new ICU ventilators, 5 digital X-Ray machines, 3 UV machines and an ultrasound machine across the following beneficiary hospitals: Lung Center of the Philippines, Dr Jose N Rodriguez Memorial Hospital, East Avenue Medical Center, Quezon City General Hospital, Jose B. Lingad Regional Hospital in Pampanga, Bicol Medical Center, Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center, Vicente Sotto Memorial Hospital, and Southern Philippines Medical Center.

Latest News

Mayor Evelio: Bacolod City, DOH Open 1st Hospital-Based Level 3 Biolab In PH

The City of Bacolod has partnered with the Department of Health (DOH) in establishing the first hospital-based Level 3 testing laboratory in the country.

Mayor Jun: Northern Samar Buys COVID-19 Test Kits

“Having our own supply of test kits will allow us to examine more suspected carriers of COVID-19, especially the locally stranded individuals who will be returning home."

Guv. Ongchuan Accepts LSIs Despite Appeal To Extend Ban

“We will allow documented locally stranded individuals to enter and return to our province. They just have to coordinate with their respective local government units.”

Cayetano: ABS-CBN Owners To Blame For Network’s Demise

“It wasn’t the government who shut ABS-CBN down, rather it was their owners’ playing fast and loose with our laws in the past decades, that made the shutdown inevitable.”

Cayetano: ABS-CBN Owners To Blame For Network’s Demise

“It wasn’t the government who shut ABS-CBN down, rather it was their owners’ playing fast and loose with our laws in the past decades, that made the shutdown inevitable.”

Monreal: COVID-19 Positive Workers At NAIA Now 32

As of July 14, NAIA has recorded 32 COVID-19 cases among its staff, including 10 recoveries.

PAGASA: ‘Carina’ Maintains Strength As It Moves Towards Luzon Strait

Bagyong Carina, patuloy ang pagbagsak habang ito ay patungo sa Luzon Strait.

PAGASA: ‘Carina’ Maintains Strength As It Moves Towards Luzon Strait

Bagyong Carina, patuloy ang pagbagsak habang ito ay patungo sa Luzon Strait.

Mayor Rafael Warns Of Landslide As ‘Carina’ Turns Northwest

Motorists passing through the coastal town of Pagudpud in the northernmost part of the province are advised to take precautionary measures as 'Carina may trigger landslide and flash flood in low lying areas.