Bakit nagsara? Acting Cavite City Mayor Denver Reyes Chua seeks probe on closure of city hospital
Poor people are hard put to get proper medical attention, and the closure of the City Lying-In Hospital adds to their woes.
This was why Acting Cavite City Mayor Denver Reyes Chua has ordered the creation of a committee that would investigate why the medical facility closed down and why the Department of Health revoked its license.
In a Facebook post, Chua stressed the importance of having a public hospital that would provide free medical services to the needy.
He said he wanted to remedy the reasons for the hospital’s closure, so that the poor and the needy would have somewhere to turn to if they get sick.
He vowed to take immediate action on this.
In the meantime, the poor better hope they don’t get sick!
“Sa Panahon ngayon, kung ikaw ay isang mahirap, napakahirap magkasakit! Kung kaya’t nararapat lamang na magkaroon tayo ng isang “Public Hospital” na mag bibigay ng agarang medical attention ng LIBRE sa mahihirap!
Bilang Acting Mayor ng Cavite City, nais ko pong buksan muli ang ating Cavite City Lying-In Hospital kung kaya’t ako ay naglabas ng isang Executive Order na nagbubuo ng isang komite na mag-iimbestiga kung ano ang tunay na dahilan kung bakit nagsara ang ating ospital at bakit binawian ito ng lisensya ng Department of Health upang makagawa tayo ng hakbang para mabuksan muli ang ating Public Hospital at gawin itong Cavite City Lying-In and First Aid Facility. Umaasa po akong mabibigyan ito ng askyon sa lalong madaling panahon.
#unlaDCavite #CityHospital,” Chua posted.
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