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  • ADVISORY : MJH NEW TRUNKLINE NUMBER

    October 9, 2020

    Please be advised of our new trunk line.  

  • Mary Johnston Hospital Offers Discount on COVID-19 Test Services

    September 10, 2020 Mary Johnston Hospital is now offeringdiscounted COVID-19 test package services for companies and groups of individuals. COVID-19 test services include the Rapid Antibody Test or RAT for the Immunoglobulin M (IgM) and Immunoglobulin G (IgG), the serology testing or the Chemiluminescence Enzyme Immunoassays (CLIA) and the real-time Reverse Pranscription-Polymerase Chain Reaction (rPT-PCR) assay or the commonly known as “swab test”.Swabs are taken from a person’s nose or throat to determine the actual presence of coronavirus. The rPT-PCR remains to be the standard for COVID-19 testing in the country whereas RATs are used by companies as clearance to return to work and on travel purposes. This is according to the interim guidelines of the Department of Health released last April 2020. At a minimum of 10 individuals, the MJH IgG and IgM rapid test costs at Php1,500.00 from its regular price of PHP 1,756.00. CLIA is offered at a discounted rate of Php1,700.00 from its original price of PhP2,000.00. The swab test is
  • MJH Reiterates the Importance of Health Protocols

    August 17, 2020 Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH), Inc. constantly reminds its patients and the public on the importance of practicing health protocols. The threat of COVID-19 remains high with the highest record of infection at 6,958 in one day leaving the country with 136,638 coronavirus cases, including 2,293 deaths and 68,159 recoveries as of August 10, 2020. The government eased the restrictions and placed  Metro Manila under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) from June 1 to July 31 but reverted to Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) on August 4 until August 18 due to the increasing number of cases daily and in response to the call of medical practitioners for a “Time-out” to recover from exhaustion and burn-out. It has been closely 6 months of non-stop battle against the virus. On Monday, August 17, the government will announce the quarantine qualifications of Metro Manila and other provinces with high rates of infections. But whether placed under a stricter quarantine or not people need to go out to earn for their
  • Read : MJH Reminds the Public to Follow Health Protocols

    June 3, 2020

    June 1, 2020, Metro Manila is transitioning to a General Community Quarantine (GCQ) status as announced by President Rodrigo Duterte. As the government eases restrictions across the country, Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) reminds the public to be vigilant and to strictly follow health protocols against the coronavirus when they start going out of their respective houses and resume their daily work routine.

    Always wear a mask, wash your hands frequently, avoid touching your face, maintain social distancing, and avoid crowded areas whenever possible. Remember, there is no penalty for employing overreaction on our hygiene but also be sensitive enough for others. With the number of cases rising and the absence of a vaccine, nothing remains certain. Let us continue working together against this battle and save lives.

    The Department of Health (DOH) states that as of May 31, 2020, the country

  • Read : MJH Express Gratitude to the Presidential Spokesperson.

    May 29, 2020

    On behalf of the management, its 200 front line workers, and the Board of Trustees, Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) would like to express its deepest gratitude to the Honorable Presidential Spokesperson, Secretary Herminio López Roque or Secretary Harry Roque for the Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and Test Kits he extended to the hospital. MARAMING SALAMAT PO. MJH is truly blessed to receive support from the good Secretary.

    As of May 27, 2020, the City of Manila has a total of 1,301 confirmed cases, according to the data released by the Manila Public Information Office. Of these confirmed cases, a total of 331 cases (229 active cases, 79 recovered, and 23 death) are in Tondo, District 1, where MJH is located. With the city’s 1,815 suspect cases, the highest of which can be found in Tondo, District 1 at 451 suspect cases or 25% of the city’s total. Given these numbers, MJH will continue to endure risk and may need more sustainable support to thrive

  • Read : Senator Bong Go Donates to Mary Johnston Hospital

    May 28, 2020

    On May 23, 2020, Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) received a total of 50 COVID-19 test kits from the Honorable Senator Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Tesoro Go, or simply known as Senator Bong Go. It is heartwarming to know that the good Senator acknowledged our need in this fight against the pandemic coronavirus. On behalf of its management, its 200 front line workers, and the Board of Trustees, Mary Johnston Hospital would like to express its deepest gratitude. MARAMING SALAMAT AT MABUHAY PO KAYO!

    As of May 26, 2020, the 1st District of Tondo has a total of 323 cases confirmed cases according to the data released by the Manila Public Information Office. Of these confirmed cases, 227 are active, 73 recovered, and 23 died from the virus infection. Unfortunately, the city of Manila has still a total of 1,810 suspect cases and 487 cases or 27% are in Tondo, District 1 where MJH is located. This means that the number of COVID-19 cases MJH will cater

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