Manila Adventist Medical Center

The Manila Adventist Medical Center, (formerly the Manila Sanitarium and Hospital), is an acute care, tertiary, non-stock, non-profit, and self-supporting private hospital that is located within Pasay City of Metro Manila, Philippines. It was established on 1929 by a missionary doctor - Horace Hall. It is one of the two constituents, the other being an educational institution, that form the Manila Adventist Medical Center and Colleges. The hospital is part of a chain of more than 500 health care institutions worldwide operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is licensed by the Center for Health Development of the Philippine Department of Health, accredited by Medicare, the Philippine Hospital Association and the American Hospital Association.

It envisions to be the best holistic healthcare provider in the Philippines by 2015. It is committed to continue the healing ministry of Jesus Christ under the leadership of its president - Dr. Bibly L. Macaya.

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