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Welcoming the New Year in a New Light. VRP Medical Center.


With the fiery new year comes a new change, VRP Medical Center embarks on a major renovation plan for its people stakeholders, doctors, and patients alike. Since its renovations earlier last year, VRP focuses on a more customer oriented approach. A family based corporation never distracted from its vision: “A Hospital That Cares,” VRP opens its hearts to developing and improving quality service, technological advancement, and a warm, calming environment.

Doors open to a fresh Central Registration Area, a well crafted mural to greet the children and families, and a spacious waiting area for visitors and friends. From a 148 square meter room, the Emergency Room will be extending to 224 square meters to accommodate patients and those waiting in line. VRP sets into motion an additional 48 rooms to shelter its current 178 bed capacity.

Focusing on comfort, modernity, and care, VRP continually strives to improve their wide array of facilities in order to better serve the people. The hospital launched their new Nuclear Medicine Department last October 2015 under the guide and eye of Dr. Jeanelle Margareth Tang, an immigrant from Canada who decides to come home to the Philippines and finish a training course, with hopes to set up a practice in Nuclear Medicine. In partnership with Mandaluyong Medical Services Inc. (MNMSI), VRP already has a solid support right from the start from Its supplier, Inter medical SE, to its doctors, partners and stockholders. 

The rise of the Nuclear Medical Department brings forth new services for its patients such as thyroid function tests, general nuclear imaging, bone scans, reflux studies, GFR and radionuclide therapy. It also boasts a new set of high quality equipment like the Multi cam 1000, a camera that provides hi resolution and better imaging under medical procedures, and the Berthold Multi crystal LB2111 Gamma Counter.



Dramatic change is everywhere, both inside and out. With an idea of a holistic healing, the roof deck will be converted into an intimate chapel for those in search of spiritual guidance. Additional offices, departments, and a Physician Center is also in the works. The facade will also undergo a major contemporary aesthetic change which could reflect beauty and care of VRP.

With its fresh, newly minted facility and developed professional care, patients could only expect more from the newly improved VRP Medical Center. As a family and as a community, VRP welcomes the year right.


About VRP.
A hospital that cares. VRP Medical Center is now in its 42 years of medical service to the Philippine Community. The first hospital to be ISO Certified. VRP Remains to give high quality health care and improves the advancement of medical practices and technology in accordance with the ever changing trends and practices in science and medicine.

Our Physicians, renowned for their own fields in medicine, spearhead our medical research, and the training and development of budding Doctors. (PR)

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