Corporate Social Responsibilities

  • Read story here : Covid-19 Challenge of Leadership

    May 4, 2020

    The occurrence of COVID-19 caught the whole country unprepared, bringing the whole population to grave danger due to its aggressive transmission. Hospital institutions face overwhelming challenges during a health crisis that needs three kinds of leadership.

    Purposive leadership ensures both the safety and security of its workers and the unhampered delivery of health services, to those needing it the most. Growing situational uncertainties increase its worker’s weariness and fears, both for their family and themselves. This may lead them to hard choices - between safety and the need to continue work.

    Vital leadership manages these different fronts so as to instill a
  • Read story here : MJH Extends Gratitude to the DOH

    April 29, 2020

    The occurrence of COVID-19 has placed the whole population in great danger, thanks to the immediate action of the national government placing the whole Luzon under the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) to contain the spread of the virus. The COVID-19 Inter Agency Task Force (IATF) in coordination with the Department of Health (DOH) as lead agency for health, has been a definitive lead that has given light and direction during this health crisis.The COVID-19 health crisis presents an immense challenge to small private hospital institutions with limited resources like Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) to cope with the needed protection (PPEs) while continuously delivering health services. We are fortunate that the national government through the DOH has likewise extended assistance to private health

  • Read story here: Mary Johnston Hospital 200 Frontline Workers Stand Against COVID-19

    April 27, 2020

    Two hundred (200) of Mary Johnston Hospital’s (MJH) brave front liners composed of Doctors, Nurses, Med techs, Xray, and Ancillary stand with the rest of the country’s health front line workers in this fight against COVID-19 pandemic. They are dedicating their lives and services to the nation, heroes of their own generation. Mary Johnston Hospital together with its health partners salutes the men and women in the health service.

    Around the globe, nations are racing against time to find the much-needed vaccine against COVID-19 as more and more lives were lost daily. In the Philippines, the increasing number of positive cases of nearly seven thousand has prompted the government to extend the Community Enhanced

  • Read story here : Mary Johnston Hospital Commits to Serve

    April 22, 2020

           The number of COVID-19 patients MJH catered is a testament of its commitment to the nation and to the government in this fight against the pandemic disease. COVID-19 will surely test the hospital capacity as a health provider including its medical experts. Through time, MJH has endured several tests of faith but in God's grace, it was able to fulfill its mission of delivering quality health services.

           As of April 19, 2020, Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) Emergency Unit was able to examine a total of 1,673 patients and 709 patients were considered as Patient Under Investigation (PUI). Of these PUIs, 176 were tested for COVID-19 through OPS or NPS. Sixteen (16) cases were laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 positive, 52 cases were tested negative, and 108 cases

  • Read story here : MJH Receives More Donations

    April 22, 2020 As the COVID-19 health crisis brings fear and uncertainty to all of us, especially to our FRONT-LINE HEALTH WORKERS it as well presents an immense challenge to small hospital institutions like your Mary Johnston Hospital with its limited resources. With the surge in the number of patients seeking medical attention and treatments during this Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) has adjusted to maintain an essential skeletal force to limit staff exposure and protect its front-line health workers as it continues to focus and deliver quality health services. Reaching out to partners to request supplementing its meager resources to respond has brought about an overwhelming outcome. On behalf of its 200 front liners composed of Doctors, Nurses, Med Techs, Xray and Ancillary, the
  • Read story here : MJH is truly blessed with the General Board of Global Ministries (GBGM)

    April 16, 2020

            Through the years, the General Board of Global Ministries (GBGM) has been in partnership with the Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) Inc., as the latter continues to bring change to its community through better health and transform the institution within the framework of a holistic approach to healing. The recent COVID-19 health crisis has brought fear and uncertainty to many, especially to the health workers, presenting a much greater challenge to the institution. Being a small hospital with limited resources to respond to this kind of crisis, MJH shifted to maintain an essential skeletal force to limit staff exposure, protect its front-line health workers and repurpose the medical annex to be COVID-only rooms to continue to focus and deliver quality health services. Upon a request and quick decisive coordinative meeting of its central, regional and local offices, GBGM extended its resources

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