- Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno led the groundbreaking ceremony for the “Bagong Ospi
tal ng Maynila”
- The facility is a 10-storey hospital with 384 beds with 12 ICU units and 20 private rooms and even has a three-storey parking building and a helipad
- Mayor Isko said he offers the new facilities to the healthcare workers who serve the public
The local government of Manila proudly shared that the construction of the “Bagong Ospi
tal ng Maynila” begins.
Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno led the groundbreaking ceremony of the city’s public ho
spital. During the 449th founding anniversary of the City of Manila, the local officials were there to unveil the project.
Under the “Build Build Manila” program, the public ho
spital has a budget of P2.3 billion. It is a 10-storey ho spital with a total floor area of 29,951 square meters. It has a capacity of 384 beds with 12 ICU units and 20 private rooms. It even has a three-storey parking building and a helipad. Mayor Isko promised that his administration will consistently invest to provide better facilities and equipment for health workers. He said it is his way of showing honor to the service they provide to the people.
“Ito ang muli kong pagtanaw ng utang na loob sa paglilingkod ninyo nang maayos at tapat sa ating mga kababayan na manilenyo. Inaalay ko ang building na ito para sa inyo,” he added.
Vice Mayor Honey Lacuna-Pangan also expressed her appreciation for the healthcare workers. She said she recognizes the efficiency of the workers at the O
spital ng Maynila.
“Totoong luma na po ang O
spital ng Maynila. Bagama’t luma na po ang o spital, masasabi ko po na naging successful ang mga nagsipagtapos at naglingkod sa ating o spital,” Mayor Honey said.
The “Bagong O
spital ng Maynila” is part of Mayor Isko’s 10-year plan to revive Manila into a “vibrant and energetic” city.