by DR. MARIA RICA M. LUMAGUE, FPCS, MHAMedical Center Chief II
It has come to the attention of this Office that several suppliers of RIZAL MEDICAL CENTER have received “suspicious” solicitation letters, or requests for financial assistance/ contributions for certain projects, such as a “Rizal Medical Center Community Pantry”, allegedly coming from certain people claiming to be officers, staff, employees or even the immediate past Medical Center Chief of RIZAL MEDICAL CENTER.
Notice is hereby given to the general public, to please disregard such “suspicious” solicitations and request for financial assistance. The aforesaid acts constitute a violation of Republic Act 3019, otherwise known as the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act, and may also give rise to administrative liability under the Revised Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Service (RRACCS).
Please be advised that should you encounter similar solicitations and/or requests for financial assistance/contributions from someone claiming to be officers, staff, or employees of RIZAL MEDICAL CENTER, be cautious, disregard the same, and
report it to us immediately.
Thank you very much and please exercise due diligence.
By: Danica T. Durens, MD
Greetings Dr. Saquilayan, Dr. Lumague, Dr. Valenzuela, members of the MANCOM, all our esteemed consultants, department chairmen and training officers present, and to all my fellow graduates, good afternoon.
First and foremost, let us give thanks the Lord God almighty for his grace and mercy, His guidance and protection, for giving us the wisdom and strength to make it through, culminating in this graduation ceremony.
Our tenure as residents is one we will remember and treasure in our lifetime. The outbreak of the the Covid-19 pandemic could have meant an unfortunate event, a stigma that could have derailed our dreams and aspirations and tarnished our characters. Instead, as I am sure most of us feel right now, we’ve survived and we have turned it around. Because we did not cower in fear, we endured, we sacrificed and we prayed unceasingly. And now here we are, cherishing this milestone that we could not have achieved without the help of our dear leaders and mentors.
Inviting everyone to a Free Zoom Webinar entitled: SPIRITUALITY AMIDST THE PANDEMIC OUTBREAK
We, Filipinos are known for adapting easily with any circumstance that goes our way. We were all devastated with the effects brought about by this Covid 19 Pandemic and most of us might or already have been experiencing what we coined as Spiritual dryness. We tend to neglect and realize that our emotional stability, which is often considered as a separate entity from our Spirituality, is mutually dependent on the latter.
In our current situation we need to live in faith and that is why the Rizal Med Chaplaincy Pastoral Council would like to conduct our first free zoom webinar on OCTOBER 29, 2020.
Only the first 100 will be accommodated. Open to RizalMed employees and to the public.