Better health care is coming, says Cavite Rep. Boying Remulla
Health is a major focus now with the emergence of the novel coronavirus, so it’s good news that Cavite Rep. Boying Remulla’s bill tp upgrade the General Emilio Aguinaldo Memorial Hospital has hurdled the committee level.
In a Facebook post, Remulla said his bill seeks to increase the bed capacity of the hospital from 264 to 600, and to upgrade the services it would offer.
The hospital would also get a new name— Cavite Central General Hospital— once the measure becomes a law.
With concerns about treating patients with possible nCoV, we wonder if the new hospital would also get a quarantine room?
“Aprubado na po sa Committee level ang ating isinusulong na panukala sa pagdadagdag ng bed capacity ng General Emilio Aguinaldo Memorial Hospital mula 264 sa 600 at pag-upgrade sa serbisyo at pasilidad ng ospital. Kasabay nito ang pagpalit ng pangalan bilang Cavite Central General Hospital. Sa pagsulong nito mas mapapaunlad pa natin ang serbisyong medikal sa Cavite,” Remulla posted.
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