CAPITOL University Medical City (CUMC) inked a deal with Pueblo de Oro Development Corporation (PODC) to set up a satellite ambulatory clinic at the Pueblo de Oro Township.
The CUMC is a premier tertiary hospital in Cagayan de Oro City while PODC is the owner-developer of the 360-hectare Pueblo de Oro Township and is a member of the ICCP Group, a group of companies primarily engaged in investment banking and direct investments, property development and services.
PODC is a joint-venture between Regatta Properties Inc. (RPI) and Beacon Property Ventures Inc. (BPVI).
The CUMC has leased the space for the ambulatory clinic at Pueblo’s commercial strip Masterson Mile along Masterson Avenue, a major highway leading from the airport to downtown Cagayan de Oro.
The clinic will service the medical and emergency needs of residents in the town and neighboring uptown communities. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and would be manned by a doctor and nurses at all times.
Among the facilities at the clinic include an x-ray machine, ultrasound and an ambulance to bring emergency cases to the main hospital downtown.
Rodolfo L. Meñes, PODC vice president and general manager, and Rosalinda R. Deleste, CUMC president and CEO, signed the contract on June 7 at the CUMC.
Witnessing the signing were CUMC Business Office Head Edna Cabading, CUMC Medical Director Dr. Jesus Jardin, PODC Product Manager Voltaire Antonio Flores and CUMC Ancillary Services Director Dr. Mary Jean Loreche-Diao, FPSP. (PR)