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Medicine Supply Fast-tracked by Mayor Abby after Kid Failed

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
OSMAK or Ospital ng Makati patients and Makati Health Centers patrons+ had been complaining about the shortage of medicines, defective air-conditioning systems and lack of medical staff during the less than a year stint of ex Makati Mayor Kid Pena. Mayor Abby Binay cannot understand this because she was aware that there were bidding conducted to get the right suppliers for the needs of these medical facilities in Makati. However, she was not informed why the said bidding failed since OSMAK director Dr. Bernard Sese only knew they failed but there were no reasons given. Perhaps not Pena’s priority to take care of the residents’ health.

Mayor Abby ordered the purchase and the re-examination of pending purchase orders immediately on her first week in office. Time must not be wasted because there are many patients who cannot afford their medications, especially senior citizens, single mothers and retired citizens of Makati. They were just told by the resident doctors that only the initial prescription is free. The rest, they have to buy themselves.

Since the health of the constituents is the priority of the mayor, she wanted to see that there are already adequate medicine supplies and everything are running as per Makati standard at the shortest possible time from now until not later than 3 months – like how it was before Kid Pena contrary to the rumor that the past administration spread out that the situation has always been like that even during the time of former Vice President Jejomar Binay, to cover their shortcomings.


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Binay Administration: No more Filipino will die without medical treatments

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Many concerned Filipinos are confident that there will be no more horror features on news regarding people appealing desperately for medical help for their sick family member – because they cannot afford the treatment when Vice President Jejomar Binay becomes president. It’s hilarious that even for cases as basic as dengue or severe diarrhea to terminal diseases like cancer, diabetes or even mental illnesses – most Filipinos have nowhere to go to.

Unlike in the first world countries, HIV-AIDS cases are not even monitored due to high cost of retro-viral boosters. Affected Filipinos will just drop dead of pneumonia or flu without knowing what really happened. Personal hygiene awareness are also not widely campaigned for – how much more teaching people how to live or deal with HIV affected family members? The masses are still very indifferent with this issue despite the high number of HIV-AIDS affected individuals in the country.

In Makati where V.P. Binay served most of his 30 years in public service, this is not an issue. The health centers are fully manned with medical practitioners and equipped with the facilities needed – not to mention the free medicines, vaccinations and vitamins especially for children and senior citizens. Modern cataract operation is also available on schedule at Ospital ng Makati or Osmak and other services.

Hopefully soon, the rest of the Filipinos can already experience the quality healthcare that V.P. Binay aimed for – for his countrymen.