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MMMH&MC Bags Gold Governance Trailblazer Award; Now PGS Compliant

By: Zarieddie P. Domingo-Parilla, MBA

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After successfully meeting the elements of the Performance Governance System (PGS) Compliance Stage, the Mariano Marcos Memorial Hospital and Medical Center (MMMH&MC) is now PGS Compliant conferred by the Institute for Solidarity in Asia (ISA) during the recently held Dream Philippines Fair at the University of the Philippines, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila on November 27, 2018, a year after its Initiation Stage conferral. The hospital also bagged the Gold Trailblazer award for surpassing the requirements.

Dr. Maria Lourdes K. Otayza, the Medical Center Chief II presented the performance highlights and multi-year strategic deliverables of the MMMH&MC relative to its vision to become the premier center for advanced healthcare in Northern Philippines by 2022 over a panel of experts composed of governance leaders from different sectors namely, Atty. Alex Lacson, Trustee of Institute for Solidarity in Asia (panel chair), Dr. Juliet Balderas, Associate of Institute for Solidarity in Asia (panel vice-chair), Dr. Maria Francia Laxamana, Assistant Secretary, Field Implementation and Coordination (Luzon) of Department of Health, Mr. Rafael Solis, Executive Vice President of St. Luke’s Medical Center and Mr. Orlando Clavinez, Medical Field Operations Manager of Wyeth Philippines.
Top three accomplishments of the hospital in terms of human capital training, infrastructure and treatment through the development of clinical pathways were presented.
MMMH and MC PGS Journey


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As an institution aiming for excellence and quality care, our hospital ventures to Performance Governance System. The hospital envisions to make the specialty healthcare services available in the locality especially to the under privileged members of the community. This will make health care accessible and affordable to all. MMMH&MC expects that through the PGS, the wide array of challenges in the delivery of healthcare services should be addressed yielding positive results to the organization and extensively impact its stakeholders.
MMMH&MC Convenes Multi-sector Governance Council for PGS Compliance Stage

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By: Michael Mugas

BATAC CITY— After becoming the first Department of Health (DOH) retained hospital to hurdle the initiation stage of the Performance Governance System (PGS), the Mariano Marcos Memorial Hospital and Medical Center (MMMH&MC) is currently forging its path towards the compliance stage of the pathway.

PGS pathway has four stages—initiation, compliance, proficiency and institutionalization—wherein MMMH&MC passed the first stage on November 22, 2017. True to this, the Hospital was awarded the Governance Silver Trailblazer award by the Institute for Solidarity in Asia and National Competitiveness Council, a rare commendation given to a PGS initiated institution for its tireless pursuit of excellence, integrity and governance.

MMMH&MC Passes PGS Initiation Stage, Bags Silver Governance Trailblazer Award

PGS Awarding

By: Zarieddie P. Domingo-Parilla, MBA

The Mariano Marcos Memorial Hospital and Medical Center was conferred “Performance Governance System (PGS) Initiated” by the Institute for Solidarity in Asia (ISA) and National Competitiveness Council (NCC) after the public revalida durin

g the Dream Philippines Fair held at Bayanihan Center, Unilab Compound, Pasig City on November 22, 2017. The hospital also bagged the Silver Trailblazer award for its courageous effort to lift the standards of governance in the

Dr. Maria Lourdes K. Otayza, the Medical Center Chief II presented the required initiation stage basic governance documents of the hospital and successfully hurdled the revalida before a panel of experts composed of governance leaders from different sectors namely, Dr. Aniceto B. Fontanilla, ISA Trustee (panel chair), Dr. Linda G. Buhat, President, Association of Nursing Service Administrators of the Philippines (panel vice-chair), Dr. Gloanne C. Adolor, Assistant Professor, Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health, Ms. Michee I. Cadhit, Senior Manager for Customer Relations Department, The Medical City, Dr. Orlando Clavinez, Medical Field Operations, Wyeth Philippines, Inc., Ms. Claire D. Papa. External Communications Head, Unilab Corporation and Dr. Ma. Paz Corrales, Director III, Assistant Regional Director of National Capital Region, Department of Health. public sector which is a rare commendation given to an institution that passed the initiation stage.