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 Melco Resorts Foundation builds modern hospital for the PSG

The new P1.2 billion state-of-the-art Philippine Security Group (PSG) Station Hospital built by Melco Resorts (Philippines) Foundation Corporation (MRP Foundation), to be used by the PSG and their families, was formally inaugurated by President Rodrigo Duterte recently.

MRP Foundation, the charitable arm of the luxury integrated resort City of Dreams Manila, conceptualized and fully funded the construction of the two-story 51-bed hospital, and the procurement of the most advanced medical equipment. A project of the Department of National Defense and PSG, it was undertaken with the support of gaming regulator Philippine Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR), under which City of Dreams Manila is a casino licensee.

“The PSG Station Hospital is an affirmation of our commitment towards nation-building by supporting PAGCOR’s various undertakings towards preserving the environment, education, culture, and advancing healthcare programs. We are thankful for the opportunity to contribute in particular to the national government’s efforts in securing a resilient health system,” Clarence Chung, Chairman and President of MRP Foundation said, by way of providing the optimum health care for the men and women of the government protection agency tasked to protect the President, Vice President, their immediate families, and former Presidents and Vice Presidents of the Philippines.

The President thanked the Foundation and PAGCOR for “the most beautiful” facility, and said in a speech, “The construction of this medical facility is an admirable feat, especially amidst the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. This will greatly benefit PSG personnel, their dependents, and other primary stakeholders.”

Joining President Duterte at the inaugural ceremony were Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, Department of Health Secretary Francisco Duque III, National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon, Senator Christopher Lawrence Go, PAGCOR Chairman Andrea Domingo, PSG Commander Col. Randolph Cabangbang, and MRP Foundation Vice President Armin Raquel Santos.

The 9,000-square meter PSG Station Hospital is one of the few health facilities in the country that boasts of the latest Multi-place Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber. The HBOT treats multiple patients at the same time, to help boost the body’s natural healing processes, and in the speedy treatment of various medical indications and health issues such as decompression sickness, arterial gas embolism, burns, gunshot wounds, strokes, and post-traumatic stress disorder, among others.

Equipped with exceptional facilities and the latest medical equipment, the PSG Station Hospital also features: Emergency Room, Imaging and Laboratory Services, Dental Dispensary, Pharmacy, Neuro Psychiatry, Physical Rehab, Outpatient Department, Cafeteria and Prayer Room, on the first floor. On the second floor are the operating rooms, delivery room, central sterile station, neonatal ICU, intensive care unit, isolation rooms, private patient rooms, four-bed wards, six-bed wards, Presidential Suite, and administrative offices. The station hospital also features expanded infrastructure and service capabilities needed to support eligible medical specialists and licensed physicians rendering specialized services.  

Built from the ground, MRP Foundation undertook the PSG Station Hospital project, which began with signing of the Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of National Defense in May of 2018 and was completed in October 2021. The PSG Station Hospital was built to the most exacting standards by the country’s top architects, engineers, and project managers: D.M. Consunji, Inc., D.A. Abcede and Associates, Archion Architects, Sy2 and Associates, Inc., R.J. Calpo and Partners, and N.G. Yumol and Associates.

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