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  • read story here : Our deepest appreciation for the Cash Donations we received. Thank you

    April 7, 2020 Mary Johnston Hospital was able to receive a total of PhP 420,120.00 in CASH DONATIONS to help our fight against the COVID-19 Pandemic as of April 3, 2020. All these blessings and commitments will be used to assist our institutional response to overcome this health crisis. As of April 5, 2020, MJH was able to examine a total of 1,092 patients and 543 of them were considered as Patient Under Investigation (PUI). Of these PUIs, 4 cases were laboratory confirmed COVID-19 positive, 36 cases were tested negative and 10 cases awaits results from RITM. On behalf of Mary Johnston Hospital Officials, Doctors, Staff and its Board of Trustees, please accept AGAIN our deepest gratitude to the following:

    Thank you Mayor Isko Moreno City of Manila

    April 6, 2020

    On behalf of Mary Johnston Hospital Officials, Doctors, Front line Workers, Staff and its Board of Trustees, please accept AGAIN our deepest gratitude and appreciation to the Office of the Manila City Mayor's Office and to our Honorable Mayor Isko Moreno. Our healthcare front liners and other hospital staff who are all tirelessly working in this fight against the pandemic virus were thankful to receive your donations. Not only is food essential to their health, but the act of your kindness lifts their spirit to continue fighting. As of April 3, 2020, Mary Johnston was able to provide quality health services to 835 suspected COVID-19 patients (PUI – 434 and PUM – 404). Mary Johnston Hospital acknowledges a whole of society approach, where partnerships for health are necessary for healing and restoration. In God's grace, we will heal as one. MABUHAY PO KAYO! #MJHHEALCOVID

  • Our deepest gratitude and appreciation to the Office of the Vice President and to Honorable Vice President Leni Robredo.

    April 6, 2020 Mary Johnston Hospital is truly blessed to receive FOOD DONATION to help our fight against COVID-19 Pandemic. Our healthcare front liners and other hospital staff who are all tirelessly working in this fight against the pandemic virus were thankful to receive your donations. Not only is food essential to their health, but the act of your kindness lifts their spirit to continue fighting. As of April 3, 2020, Mary Johnston was able to provide quality health services to 835 suspected COVID-19 patients (PUI – 434 and PUM – 404). On behalf of Mary Johnston Hospital Officials, Doctors, Front line Workers, Staff and its Board of Trustees, please accept AGAIN our deepest gratitude and appreciation to the Office of the Vice President and to Honorable Vice President Leni Robredo. The battle against COVID-19 mirrors a participative approach to healing where every citizen, community, and organization has a strategic role to accompany front liners. Mary Johnston Hospital
  • ANONYMOUS DONORS

    April 5, 2020

    On behalf of Mary Johnston Hospital Officials, Doctors, Staff and its Board of Trustees, please accept AGAIN our deepest gratitude for the CASH DONATIONs we received from our ANONYMOUS DONORS. The battle against COVID-19 mirrors a participative approach to healing where every citizen, community, and organization has a strategic role to accompany front liners. Mary Johnston Hospital acknowledge a whole of society approach, where partnerships for health are necessary for healing and restoration.

    MABUHAY PO KAYO! In God's grace, we will heal as one. #MJHHEALCOVID #HEALINGTOGETHER  

  • Read Story here : The Holy Child Catholic School offers free accommodation to Mary Johnston Hospital COVID-19 frontliners.

    April 3, 2020

    "Mary Johnston Hospital is blessed for the FREE accommodation extended to our COVID-19 Pandemic healthcare front liners by the Holy Child Catholic School. twelve (12) of our front liners, composed of Nurses and Nursing Assistant, are currently housed at Holy Child Catholic School since (April 1) Founded in 1945, Holy Child Catholic School is committed to provide quality education and help the less privilege. The school is located at Plaza Amado V Hernandez in Tondo, Manila. The battle against COVID-19 mirrors a participative approach to healing where every citizen, community, and organization has a strategic role to accompany front liners. Mary Johnston acknowledge the whole of society approach, where partnerships for health are necessary for healing and restoration. In God's grace, we will heal as one. In behalf of Mary Johnston Hospital Officials, Doctors, Staff and its Board of Trustees, please accept AGAIN our deepest gratitude #MJHHEALCOVID #HEALINGTOGETHER

  • First Dr. Rebecca Parrish Scientific Conference

    March 9, 2020 First Dr. Rebecca Parrish Scientific Conference "Healing Together Through Interprofessional Education and Collaboration" Thank you everyone for coming, Sa mga bigating speakers who accepted our invitation, sa lahat ng members ng RPINs (Rebecca Parrish International Nursing Society -Mam Gina Butawan Diaz, Sir Elmer DaSea Kings, Mam Nenette Butawan Alonzo, Mam Vicki, Mam Jessica, Mam Marge Almarez Jacala at Mam Phoebe) na umuwi pa ng Piliinas for this event at ishare ang lahat ng expertise nila with us. Sobrang nakaka overwhelm po lahat ng learnings namin sa araw na ito.   Participants of 1st. Dr. Rebecca Parrish Scientific Conference Theme : " Healing together Through inter professional Education and Collaboration" Photo: Mary Johnston
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