‘Visit public hospitals’ : PRRD challenges newly appointed officials

‘Visit public hospitals’ : PRRD challenges newly appointed officials

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in his speech before the newly appointed government officials in Malacanang Palace challenged each and every one of them to visit government run hospitals and see for themselves the sorry-state of Filipino patients there.
“Hamon ko lang ito sa inyo, hamon ko lang (This is just a challenge to you). Try to visit ‘yung mga ospital lalo na kung may contagion. Nasa sahig ‘yan sila lahat (especially hospitals where there is a contagion. The patients lie on the floor),” Duterte said

“‘Yung ibang pasyente maghintay (Other patients who are waiting), they are lying there in the throes of death on the floor. Tingnan ninyong mabuti (Look at them properly),” he added.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte does a fist bump with one of the pediatric patients during his visit to the Southern Philippines Medical Center’s Cancer Institute Children’s Unit in Davao City.
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The President even during his time as mayor in Davao City is known for visiting cancer-stricken children in hospitals during the holiday season.
Last December of 2019 the President signed the Bong Go sponsored law creating the Malasakit Centers which serves as one-stop for easy access to medical and financial assistance needed to receive health care services in all hospitals run by the Department of Health (DOH) nationwide.

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