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De Los Santos now PhilHealth kidney center

DE Los Santos Medical Center, a subsidiary of Manuel V. Pangilinan’s MVP Group of Companies under the Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings Inc. banner, recently became the first private Level 3 hospital located in Quezon City to be recognized as a PhilHealth-contracted institutional Healthcare Provider of specialized care for End Stage Renal Disease requiring kidney transplantation. 

The hospital can now offer the Z Benefit Package for Kidney Transplantation where PhilHealth will cover half of the hospital expenses incurred as a result of the transplant procedure.

Life saving team. Members of De Los Santos Medical Center’s kidney transplant team: (bottom row, fourth from left) Arwin Ronan Ronsayro, MD, co-chairman of the Kidney Transplant Team; (bottom row, fifth from left) Lysander Ragodon, VP for Business Development and Planning of De Los Santos Med; (bottom row, sixth from left) Nilo De Los Santos, MD, chairman of the Kidney Transplant Team and VP for Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer of De Los Santos Med; the rest of the Kidney Transplant Team.
“Qualified PhilHealth members and dependents with Chronic Kidney Disease [CKD] or ESRD can now look forward to a new lease on life with this new development,” commented Nilo De Los Santos, MD, VP for Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer of De Los Santos Med.

To inquire about the Z Benefit Package for Kidney Transplantation, visit De Los Santos Med’s Kidney Transplant Office at the 3rd floor of their Main Hospital Building or call 723-0041 to 54 ext. 7158.

Topics: De Los Santos Medical Center , Manuel V. Pangilinan , MVP Group of Companies , Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings Inc. , PhilHealth , End Stage Renal Disease , kidney transplantation
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