MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, June 24 – Newly elected governor is eyeing at improving the Camiguin General Hospital (CGH) in her first 100 days at the helm of the province.
Verzon B. Salvaña, executive assistant to the elected governor Maria Luisa D. Romualdo bared this in an interview with Philippine Information Agency (PIA).
He said it is the intention the new administration to ensure good quality health care service to its constituents by instituting an improved system that will rebound ultimately to sound customer care.
“The equipment are now in place (as provided by the outgoing governor) and should be complemented with quality facility and care so that patients are getting the best of what they paid for,” he added.
Salvaña likewise mentioned the priority thrusts of the province which includes tourism and agriculture.
Romualdo is planning to establish sustainable organic vegetable and flower farms in the province to make it more affordable for the locals and tourist alike. (JCV/ PIA 10)