Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital
The City Government of Bacolod, thru Mayor Monico Puentevella presented the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) with a check worth P10 million for medical assistance to clients confined at the hospital.
Bacolod City Mayor Monico O. Puentevella turns over P10 Million check to CLMMRH Chief of Hospital Dr. Julius Drilon.* (WHOS photo)
Accepting the check were Chief of Hospital III Dr. Julius Drilon, Accountant Josephine Casabuena, Chief of the Professional Medical Staff Dr. Eriberto Layda and Assistant Chief Nurse Edna Garzon.
"This is for the people of Bacolod," said Mayor Puentevella, while adding that the donation should serve both the residents of Bacolod and the hospital "to continue its services to the people".
CLMMRH accountant Josephine Casabuena, City Mayor Monico Puentevella, Chief of Hospital III Dr. Julius Sayson, Chief Professional Medical Staff Dr. Eriberto Layda and Assistant Chief Nurse Edna Garzon during the turn over of the P10M check by the City of Bacolod to the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital.*
The Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) in Bacolod City is gearing up for world-class standards through its state-of-the art infrastructure and quality hospital management.
Dr. Julius Drilon, its chief of hospital, said in a press briefing yesterday, that an international team of "external creditors" is arriving on Feb. 6 to evaluate the hospital’s readiness for ISO (International Organization for Standardization) certification.
Among the areas to be evaluated are the hospital’s infrastructure, cleanliness, patients’ care, documents and records, he said.
Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital Chief Dr. Julius Drilon said that the new emergency room located at Burgos street will be opened by March 2014.
This new emergency room will provide a more space and convenience to patients and their caretakers.
It was delayed due to some technical reasons and they need to reposition existing facility in order to come up with a wide entrance, waiting area, comfort rooms and also the security arrangements.
Police officers in Bago City are in pursuit of a former barangay kagawad implicated in the shooting incident and killing two persons about 9PM, Sunday at Purok Abaka in Brgy. Mailum.
SPO4 Nelson Vargas, responding officer identified the victims as Julius Vilbar, 48, and cousin Johnrill, 23, and Samuel Cantanilla, 36, all of Brgy. Mailum and sustained multiple gunshot wounds allegedly inflicted by Charry Labrador.
Labrador, 35, former kagawad of Purok Mangumay, Brgy. Mailum reportedly shot the victims for grudges and conflict between him and Julius Vilbar.
Reports said, Cantanilla and Julius Vilbar succumbed to gunshot wounds and were declared dead by attending physicians at Bago City District Hospital;
Johnrill was transferred to Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) for further medical treatment.
A driver died on the spot, while another driver and four others were seriously injured when their motorcycles collided near the Isabela town proper yesterday afternoon.
PO3 Emmanuel Trinidad and PO1 Emry Cadujada of Isabela Police Station identified the fatality as Jay-ar Equilon of Barangay 5.
He was declared dead on arrival at the Ignacio Lacson Arroyo Sr. Memorial District Hospital also in the town.
They identified those seriuously injured as the other motorcycle’s driver Antonio Palma Jr, 26, of Brgy. San Agustin.
A pregnant woman of eight months was rushed to the hospital after she reportedly shot herself inside her mother’s house at Sitio Kinabong, Brgy. Igmayaan, Don Salvador Benedicto, Friday.
Police report identified the victim as Rogeline Malisyano, 24, shot herself with an improvised shotgun and brought to the nearest hospital facility, later transferred to Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) for further treatment.
Police authorities in San Enrique are conducting follow-up investigations to identify the pedestrian who was bumped by a utility mini bus early morning of Monday.
The victim was walking towards east direction at the national highway between Kilometer 34-35, Rizal St., Brgy. Poblacion, San Enrique when hit by a bus owned by LCC Express running from south to north of the road.
The bus with plate number FWY 108 was driven by Loremel Ostan, 35, of JM Basa St., La Carlota City.
Police authorities in Valladolid town have arrested a 71-year old suspect for allegedly stabbing a neighbor about 5PM, Tuesday at Brgy. Ayungon.
Gregorio Densing, of Purok 5, Brgy. Ayungon was collared by responding policemen for stabbing his neighbour, Virgilio Jacobo, 56, who was wounded in the stomach and was rushed to the town’s District Hospital, but later transferred to Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) in Bacolod City for medical treatment.
Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) head commended two of the police officers who were wounded while responding to a hostage incident, Tuesday at Purok Tangkong, Brgy. 7 in the city.
PSSupt. Edgardo O. Ordaniel, acting City Police Director said the operation to subdue the hostage taker Roberto Arac was a legitimate operation and PSInsp. Jovil M. Sedel, of police station 2 and PSInsp. Ruel Culanag, deputy Special Operations Group will be commended and awarded for their actions.
Cops of Bacolod Police Station 9 are in pursuit of the 17-year old boy who allegedly shot a reveler about 11:45PM while the celebration of the Feast of St. John the Baptist was about to end at Brgy. Punta Taytay.
PO3 Emman Anacleto conducted the ocular inspection and identified the victim as Milky Dormentes, 18, of Purok Sto. Niño, Brgy. Sum-ag who was rushed to Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) for sustaining a single gunshot wound on the back of the head.