Corporate Social Responsibilities

  • 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

  • Read : The Need for Sustainable Support for the Fight Against COVID-19

    May 27, 2020

    From March 16 to May 19, 2020, the Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) Emergency Room was able to examine a total of 871 patients for possible coronavirus infection and 527 of these patients were classified as SUSPECT or patients that have signs and symptoms BUT WERE NOT TESTED for COVID-19. Also, 344 patients were classified as PROBABLE or those who exhibit signs and symptoms AND WERE TESTED FOR COVID-19, and 46 patients were classified as a CONFIRMED or laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19. On May 19, 2020, the Department of Health announced the Philippines’ total number of coronavirus cases of 12,942 with total death of 837 and total recoveries of 2,843.

    As of May 19, 2020, the City of Manila through the Manila Health Department Covid-19 Monitoring, has a total of 1,087confirmed cases of coronavirus infection. Of these confirmed cases, a total of 280 cases (243 active cases, 17 recovered, and 20 death) are in Tondo, District 1, where MJH is located. With

  • Read : The New Normal

    May 18, 2020

    Let us accept the fact, it will take more than a year or even longer before the world will be able to completely win over the COVID-19 virus and by that time, there will be other emerging health challenges humanity will be facing. One thing is certain, we learn our lessons and learned it well.

    The paradigm of the “new normal” give primacy on health and on the value of discipline. Let us not forget, life is fragile as it has always been. While the new normal leaves the society with no option but to set aside certain customs and traditions they carried generations by generations, it will bring back and bind families again. Also, the fundamentals of cooperation and unity will be an integral part of the community as the people ascend to the new lifestyle. The new normal is indeed a big leap from the people’s comfort zone, but it must be done for the good of humanity.

  • Read Story : San Miguel Corporation Extends Much Needed Support to Mary Johnston Hospital

    May 11, 2020

    San Miguel Corporation (SMC) through San Miguel Foundation, its corporate social responsibility arm and Ginebra San Miguel, Inc., a SMC majority-owned beverage company, donated to Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) the much-needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and other health supplies for the fight against Covid-19. Said donations were endorsed to the MJH Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer Dr. Glenn Roy V. Paraso. According to Dr. ParasoMJH seeks to bring its resources to bear where partnerships for health are built to uphold efforts and grow opportunities for learning making a cycle of restoration, renewal, and resurgence happen. MJH is truly blessed to receive overwhelming support from San Miguel Corporation and its growing number of health partners.

    From March 16 to May 3, 2020, the MJH Emergency Room was able to examine a total

  • 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

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