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Bulacan welcomes an old ally
By: PPAO
Tuesday, 12 February 2013
CITY OF MALOLOS –“ I’ve been eagerly looking forward to this occasion to express my deepest gratitude to the remarkable generosity and rewarding difficult work of Shiraki Memorial Foundation extended to the people of Bulcan, “ thus said by Gov. Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado during ht visit of Stanley K. Togikawa to Bulacan yesterday.

Togikawa, the administrator of Shiraki Memorial Foundation of Hawaii United States of American and company visited the province to check if the four day dialysis machines that they donated in Bulacan Medical Center (BMC0 are still beneficial and functioning.

Alvarado is joined by Vice Gov. Daniel R. Fernando, members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Mayor Enrico Roque of Pandi, Quezon City Rotary Club Officer Ramon Soriano and its members, BMC staff, Provincial Government of Bulacan (PGB) heads and employees and other guests in welcoming Togikawa and his party in banquet held at the Hiyas ng Bulacan Convention Center in this city.

“The additional dialysis machines greatly contribute in our effort to deliver quality health care services in Bulacan. We appreciate the friendship, support and assistance this foundation have given the Bulacan Medical Center, and for that, PGB is truly grateful,” said the governor.

He also thanked the said foundation for other medical supplies and equipment that are currently stores in BMC.

Togikawa, a native of Hawaii believes Gods puts him in the ministry and everything he does is for His glory and will.

“They are triumphant examples of private sector initiative, a triumph of community spirit, and a proof that no force on Earth can stop individuals from achieving great goals, when they have the will and the heart to pull together and work together,” Alvarado added.

Meanwhile, the dialysis center located at the third floor of BMC inside the Capitol Compound is loaded with 9 dialysis machines.

With the additional donated units, more indigent patients will be able to afford a dialysis procedure for only P700 per session.###

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