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Wednesday, April 21, 2010


Olongapo First Lady and Zambales Vice-Governor Anne Marie Gordon has pledged continuing and enhanced support to James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital (JLGMH) if elected Congresswoman of the first district of Zambales.

“Bilang unang ginang ng Olongapo at bise-gobernador ng Zambales ay nasaksihan ko ang serbisyong ibinibigay ng JLGMH hindi lamang sa mga Olongapeño kundi pati na rin sa mga pasyente mula sa kalapit-bayan sa Zambales. Araw-araw ay napakaraming promissory notes at discount requests ang aking pinipirmahan upang matulungan ang ating mga kababayan,” Anne Gordon explained.

“Kaya naman lubos kong naiintindihan ang suportang kailangan ng JLGMH upang patuloy na makapaglingkod sa publiko. Huwag po kayong maniniwala sa mga paninirang ibinabato tungkol sa JLGMH sapagkat ang ospital na ito po lamang ang tanging pampublikong ospital na natatakbuhan ng ating mga kababayan sa Olongapo man o sa Zambales. Sa katunayan, tertiary level 4 na ang James L.Gordon Hospital pagdating sa serbisyo at facilities,” she added.

It can be recalled that thru the leadership of Vice-Governor Anne Gordon as Presiding Officer of the Provincial Board, resolutions were passed allowing the provincial government to improve the service and facilities of public hospitals in Zambales.

Meanwhile, the city government of Olongapo under the leadership of Mayor James “Bong” Gordon Jr., is continuously improving the facilities and services of JLGMH thru the construction of a new building (Medical Arts Building) and facilities, computerization of medical and billing records, procurement of modern hospital equipment and by providing incessant training to medical and non-medical personnel to achieve first-rate patient services.

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