Quezon City News
Belmonte gives PhilHealth cards to indigents
Aabot sa 197 indigent families o mahihirap na pamilya sa Barangay Tatalon ang nabigyan ng libreng PhilHealth cards at sagot din ng pamahalaang lungsod ang PhilHealth contribution ng mga benepisyaryo.
Pinangunahan ni Mayor Joy Belmonte, Congressman Bong Suntay, Councilor Marra Suntay, Councilor Irene Belmonte, Social Services Development Department Head Fe Macale, Bgy. Tatalon Chairman Rodel Lobo, Councilor Babes Malaya, at Mr. Egay Yap ang pagbibigay ng membership IDs sa mga benepisyaryo.
Target na mabigyan ng PhilHealth ang mahigit 50,000 indigent families sa lungsod ng Quezon City upang hindi na mangamba sa gastusin kung sakaling ma-ospital ang sinuman sa kanilang pamilya.
Para sa iba pang detalye tungkol sa programa, maaaring makipag-ugnayan sa inyong barangay.
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