October 17, 2017, 11:58 am
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ALI projects add more amenities

Two of Ayala Land Inc.’s mixed-use developments, Nuvali and Vermosa, are adding more amenities to complete the integrated communities. 

QualiMed, a network of healthcare facilities owned and operated by Mercado General Hospital Inc. (MGHI) in partnership with Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI), has been added to the attraction of Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.         

QualiMed’s newest facility, its 11th, will serve the growing  Southern Luzon market offering comprehensive inpatient and outpatient healthcare services aimed at providing holistic wellness and healing to patients. 

The 102-bed general hospital is an integral part of  Nuvali, ALI’s flourishing eco-city development in Laguna. 

“Our estates are planned and continuously enhanced with diverse developments that address the different needs of the market, and health care is an important aspect that QualiMed has effectively delivered in our estates in Iloilo, Bulacan, and within our commercial developments,”
said Bernard Vincent Dy, ALI president and chief executive officer.

He added: “the opening of QualiMed Hospital in Nuvali reiterates our commitment to make affordable, high-quality healthcare available in our developments. With this addition to the estate, Nuvali would become a more attractive place for people to build their homes, businesses or
spend time to enjoy the various recreational activities.”

With Alagang Abot-Kaya as brand promise, QualiMed healthcare facilities are intended to cater to the needs of the general public and makes its services more accessible to the broad C socioeconomic class. Guided by its vision of leading the way towards a healthy Philippines, the health network is committed to fulfilling its mission to deliver 3 As: appropriate, accessible and affordable healthcare to all the communities it serves.

According to Dr. Edwin Mercado, president and CEO of the QualiMed Health Network, QualiMed Hospital - Sta. Rosa will actively promote a healthy lifestyle and focus on preventive care through its facilities.  

“It's a tall order for us to change the traditional way Filipinos view healthcare: that we should consult with doctors only when we are sick. QualiMed advocates a more holistic approach to healthcare. We promote primary, preventive, and promotive care, wherein the communities should be more proactive in staying strong and well. One should not take care of his or her health only when one is already too weak to even see a doctor, Mercado said.

The establishment of QualiMed Hospital in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, is a leap forward in expanding QualiMed’s reach in the south of Luzon. With the Calabarzon region having an expansive pool of specialized local doctors and paramedical professionals, the hospital commits to providing healthcare services that “will feel like home.”

“Having formed a local medical team that is fully embedded in the community is a big plus in terms of the kind of genuine Filipino care that we will provide in CALABARZON, said .Nirmala Vanguardia, chief operating officer of QualiMed Hospital - Sta. Rosa. 

Unique to QualiMed Hospital - Sta. Rosa is the establishment of the QualiMed Training and Research Center (QTRC), which puts a premium on the continuous education and advanced training of Filipino healthcare teams.

“We owe it to our patients to provide them the best care and outcomes possible. Around the world, healthcare systems, technologies, and best practices are continually evolving and advancing. QualiMed hopes to bridge this knowledge and technology transfer, from around the world to the Philippines, by providing comprehensive and industry-approved medical and technical training activities to our doctors and medical personnel,” added Dr. Albert Tiotuyco, director of QTRC.

QualiMed Hospital in Sta. Rosa will provide inpatient services that include admission in wards, semi-private, or private rooms, and intensive care facilities for adult and neonatal patients. The Operating Room and Pharmacy will be available for both outpatient and inpatient services.

Outpatient healthcare will include a full complement of diagnostic equipment covering Radiology (1.5 Tesla MRI, 128-slicer CT Scan, Digital Radiology,  Digital Mammography, and General and OB Ultrasound); Comprehensive Laboratory (Clinical Chemistry, Clinical Microscopy, Drug Testing, Hematology, Histopathology, Immunology-Serology, and Microbiology); Cardiovascular (2D Echo, Electrocardiogram [ECG], Holter Monitor, Treadmill Stress Test, and Peripheral Vascular Analysis); Pulmonary; multi-specialty Outpatient Clinics; Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation; Dialysis and Intravenous Chemotherapy Center; Emergency Room; Surgical and Minimally Invasive surgery; Eye Diagnostic and Laser Center; and Industrial And Occupational Healthcare services. 

Vermosa – a first of its kind in mixed-use destination and the fourth largest estate of ALI – recently added Lasallian excellence in its community with the opening of the De La Salle Santiago Zobel School (DLSZ) Vermosa Campus. 
On June 21, 2017 the DLSZ- Vermosa Campus in Imus, Cavite started its senior high School (SHS) classes.

The 700-hectare estate brings together residential, retail, and business spots in one destination bolstered by sports and fitness amenities. The DLSZ-Vermosa Campus is located within the Vermosa Midtown, a pedestrian-focused, bike-friendly area, home to a campus-type commercial district with a lifestyle mall from Ayala Malls as well as the Vermosa Sports and Lifestyle Complex.

DLSZ-Vermosa houses three primary school zones—Academic, Sports, and Cultural. Within the zones, there are different modern facilities such as classrooms, laboratories, and faculty centers. Inside the Academic Zone are the administration building, middle (junior) and senior high school halls, and the Spark Building. There is also a premium sports complex—with a Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)-certified track oval and football field—together with a performing arts theatre, among others.

A unique feature of the estate is the Vermosa Sports & Lifestyle Complex that will have the Philippines’ first Fédération internationale de natation (FINA)-certifiable Olympic-sized swimming pool, the country’s first International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)-certified oval track, motocross track, bike trail, and the Philippines’ first Sports Science Laboratory that can serve as a training facility for DLSZ’s athletes. These facilities and features position DLSZ-Vermosa as a top-notch educational institution in the south within an estate that bolsters an active lifestyle and well-balanced family life.

 
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