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Thursday, July 23, 2009


Members of the MSO-CARE FOUNDATION have affirmed their commitment of providing the highest quality of medical care to patients on their Annual Induction of Officers and Fellowship held last July 23, 2009 at James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital (JLGMH).

“I commend your dedication to your profession and I admire your concern to the welfare of your patients,” said Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. as guest speaker and inducting officer to the said occasion.

Composed of physicians practicing at JLGMH, MSO-CARE (Medical Staff of Olongapo-Consultants’ Assistance & Rehabilitation Endeavor), the foundation is a non-stock and non-profit organization that also established and supports a Charity Fund for indigent patients admitted at JLGMH.

The Board of trustees of MSO-CARE Foundation is composed of fifteen (15) members, nine (9) of whom were chosen by the general assembly while the remaining five (5) members came from the Departments of Medicine, Surgery, Anesthesia, Obstetrics & Genecology, Pediatrics and Radiology and from among the board, officers were elected.

For 2009, inducted MSO-CARE officers are:

President: Gumersindo M. Garcia, III, MD.
Vice-President: Ma. Leah Pulmano-Lim, MD.
Secretary: Elaine B. Corpus, MD.
Treasurer: Dennis Delgado, MD.
Asst. Secretary: Soccoro Pineda-Acosta, MD.
Auditor: Ma. Agnes P. Soriano
P.R.O: Randolf Carmelo Trinidad, MD.

Doctors Teresita Ortin-Oliver, Rudy B. Alconga, Jr., Jaime Jesus Rojo, Cyrus Peralta, Edgardo Bongco, Daisy Grace Rivera, Jeanette Molina, and Herbert Echaluse compose the Board of Trustees.

“These doctors not only save lives but also inspires the people of Olongapo to help for the common good,” Mayor Gordon explained.

Mayor James “Bong” Gordon as Inducting Officer and Guest Speaker at the Annual Induction of Officers and Fellowship of MSO-CARE Foundation on July 23, 2009 at James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital.


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