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Tuesday, January 26, 2010


Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. and Olongapo City First Lady and Zambales Vice-Gov. Anne Marie Gordon took time out of their busy schedule to thank the vendors of Olongapo City.

“Naniniwala ako na ang mga awards at pagkilalang patuloy na natatangggap ng Olongapo ay hindi lamang karangalan ng mga city officials at iilan. Malaki ang inyong kontribusyon dito mga vendors,” Mayor Bong Gordon said to over one-thousand three hundred (1,300) officials and members of different vendors’ organization who were present.

City First Lady Anne Marie Gordon, Vice Mayor Cynthia Cajudo, City Councilors Ellen Dabu, Rodel Cerezo, Jhong Cortez, Nathan Manalo and City Consultants Bugsy Gordon delos Reyes, Ed Piano, Romy Guerrero, Edna Elane and Tet Marzan also thanked the vendors for their unwavering support to the city.

Meanwhile, at the same affair, Mayor Bong Gordon related in detail the city’s Master Plan where one of the top priority is health and to improve Medical Tourism in Olongapo. In a power point presentation, the Mayor showed the new building at the James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital (JLGMH) Outpatient and Medical Arts Building.

“It has an additional twenty-four (24) private rooms and eight (8) beds for a semi-private room to accommodate more patients, houses the hospital’s 24-hour pharmacy and modern facilities for sports medicine, women and children health protection and chemotherapy unit for cancer patients,” Mayor Gordon said.

Our Lady of Lourdes International Medical Center, Baypointe Hospital and Medical Center and George Dewey Medical and Wellness Center are the new hospitals in the city and the Freeport Zone that Mayor Gordon mentioned at the program.


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