Quezon City Rep. Precious Castelo has urged the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (Philhealth) to reconsider its decision to put a cap on the amount it will pay for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) treatment.
Makati City Mayor Abby Binay has vowed to continue the "unlimited" dialysis program for residents suffering from kidney disease should her reelection bid succeed.
Taguig City Rep. Pia Cayetano wants to improve the utilization of government funds for public health facilities nationwide to benefit more people.
Taguig Mayor Lani Cayetano assured tricycle operators and drivers that the city government is looking after their welfare as she led the distribution of PhilHealth IDs, results and Patient's Booklet to their leaders on March 16.
Heartthrob Jake Ejercito got a taste of being with the masses when he joined his father, Mayor Joseph Estrada, at the Serbisyo Caravan held on November 9 at Barangay 628 in Manila's sixth district.
Manila Mayor Joseph “Erap” Estrada puts premium on the health of his constituents particularly the poor and persons with disabilities.
Good news for consumers: they now have another option in paying their bills, this time through the Philippine Postal Corp.
The Quezon City Council has passed a resolution expressing the city’s support to a Senate bill calling for a mandatory Philhealth coverage for people with disabilities (PWDs).
Mayor Herbert 'Bistek' Bautista has called on single parents residing in Quezon City to register at the City Hall so they may access information, benefits, and privileges earmarked for them under the Solo Parents’ Welfare Act.
The Quezon City government is moving for the enrollment of local Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association (TODA) members to the sponsored program component of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth).