The Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee has tapped Mount Grace Hospitals, Inc. (MGHI) to serve as the official medical provider for the local athletes in the onoing 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games this November 30 to December 11, 2019.
MGHI, a subsidiary of United Laboratories, Inc. (UNILAB), is an expanding network of privately owned hospitals strategically located in key urban areas in the Philippines.
The following are the MGHI hospitals set to serve during the games along with the specific sports they are to cover:
• Lorma Medical Center for Surfing at Little Surfmaid Resort, San Juan, La Union on December 2 to 8
• Westlake Medical Center for Women’s Football at Binan Football Stadium and UP Football Stadium on November 25, 29 and December 2, 5, 8 and Netball on November 25 to December 2 at Sta. Rosa Sports Complex, Lagua
• Tagaytay Medical Center for Cycling at Tatlong Bungo, Laurel, Batangas; Praying Hands Monument, TICC, Tagaytay City; People’s Park Palace in the Sky, Tagaytay City; BMX Track, Tagaytay City Centrum; Sigtuna Hall, TICC, Tagaytay City on December 1 to 2, 4, 7, and 9 to 10; and Skateboarding at Tagaytay Skatepark and Maragondon, Cavite on December 3 to 8
• Healthserv Los Banos Medical Center for Floorball on November 25 to December 1 and Indoor Hockey on December 4 to 8 at LB Centro Mall & Convention Center
“It is a privilege that members of the Mount Grace hospital network can provide medical services to the SEA Games being hosted by the Philippines.” Said Mount Grace Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Carlos C. Ejercito.
MGHI continues to provide “better access to better health” to Filipinos through quality medical services by helping its partner hospitals acquire or develop appropriate facilities, systems, technologies, staff competencies, and clinical standards. Currently, MGHI has 16 partner hospitals nationwide.