Photographs and Paintings Exhibit


Alay sa PGH Golf Tournament


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We are inviting you to our Alay sa PGH Golf Tournament on May 4, 2015 at the Ayala Greenfield Golf and Leisure Club, Brgy. Puting Lupa, Calamba City, Laguna. Registration time is 6 – 7 AM. This is for the benefit of the Charity Patients Medical Fund. For more details feel free to contact us. Thank you.

Alay sa PGH “A Fundraising Benefit Concert”

We are inviting you to our Alay sa PGH “A Fundraising Benefit Concert on November 27, 2014 at the Hard Rock Cafe, 3rd Level, Glorrieta 3, Makati City. Time is 8:00 PM. This is for the benefit of the Charity Patients Medical Fund. For more details feel free to contact us. Thank you.


5th Biennial Art Auction on April 23, 2014

We are inviting you to our 5th Biennial Art Auction on April 23, 2014 at the Turf Room of the Manila Polo Club. Time is 5:00 PM. This is for the benefit of the Charity Patients Medical Fund. For more details feel free to contact us. Thank you.

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Notice to the Public



The project “I AM PGH” is no longer part of the PGH Medical Foundation, Inc.

Mr. Jose Bayani Baylon is no longer president of PGH Medical Foundation effective 31 December 2013.

Mr. Candido Anaviso III and Ms. Vernelie Macatangay are no longer connected with the PGH Medical Foundation, Inc.

Any dealings/ transactions entered into by the following  persons are not sanctioned nor authorized by the Foundation.

Donations to the Philippine General Hospital thru the PGH Medical Foundation should be deposited directly to the following bank accounts:

1. BPI acct no.            8291-0060-36

2. PNB acct no.          3849-1100-0024

3. BDO acct no.          0024-1007-1569

Please send the deposit slip through facsimile transmission at  536-2874 or by email (scanned copy) to this address

Pick up of check donation can also be arranged directly with the Foundation thru the following phone numbers: 567-4272 or 554-8400 loc.3061 or 09228317470.

Contact persons are: Ms. Gloria Rio and Mr. Vic Zoleta. The Foundation will send you an Official Receipt and acknowledgement of your donation.



(L-R) Dr. Jose C. Gonzales—Director PGH, Dr. Alfonso A. Doloroso—Member Execom and Board of Trustees PGHMFI, Ms. Daisy Z. Nodque—Member Execom PGHMFI, Dr. Gregorio T. Alvior Jr.—Chairman and Past President PGHMFI, Mr. Jose Bayani D. Baylon—President PGHMFI and Dr. Manuel B. Agulto—Chancellor UP Manila and Ex-officio Member Board of Trustees PGHMFI

The PGH Medical Foundation, Inc. (PGHMFI) Board of Trustees led by PGHMFI President Jose Bayani Baylon and immediate past president and Chairman of the Board of Trustees Dr. Greg Alvior were handed a plaque of appreciation by the PGH Director  last Katlaw Truck cdl classes in Austell offers a Class A commercial driver's license program that lasts three. August 14, 2013 as part of the annual recognition of donors and benefactors of the hospital.

 Baylon, in his remarks, acknowledged the great contribution of the hospital to Filipino society. He shared that the PGH is a beacon of hope – one that inspires others to also be PGH – People Giving Hope.

“You, the men and women of this great institution, are true heroes. You make a difference daily on the lives of the thousands of indigent Filipino patients who walk the halls of this great hospital everyday.” He said.

Donors including the foundation  were given special recognition in the simple ceremonies at the PGH-UPMASA Science Hall.



With thousands of indigent sick people passing through the doors of the country’s biggest tertiary hospital, the possibility of infection getting passed on through various media is not remote. Actually, it happens all the time.

PGH’s Hospital Infection Control Unit or HICU is tasked with effectively addressing and controlling the spread of infection from patient to patient, patient to staff, staff to staff, or staff to patient utilizing a number of ways that range from simple hand sanitation to more complicated procedures like post exposure prophylaxis.

Of course when you are in a government hospital and the demand for resource is perpetually high you can expect that the available resources are consistently inadequate.

Good thing there are people giving hope in PGH,

The PGH Medical Foundation recently turned over two (2) Ultraviolet Air Disinfectants (UVAD) to the HICU to help make the hospital safer and healthier for both patients and staff.

“The UVAD will help a lot in cleaning infection prone areas of the hospital as well as keeping infection sensitive areas like the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and the nursery infection free. We are truly thankful to the Foundation,” said one of the HICU staff after the disinfectants were transferred to their care.



Chemotherapy is a critical procedure that gives many cancer patients hope. Unfortunately, it comes with an assortment of adverse side effects that can be quite dangerous themselves if not managed effectively.

Patients who go through chemotherapy may experience nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, chills, abdominal cramps, pain, anorexia, constipation, fatigue and a host of many other symptoms that can really take a toll on a person’s will to survive.

Now imagine going through all these symptoms inside a hot and humid room that’s already uncomfortable for cancer-free individuals.

This was the unfortunate case at the Oncology Clinic of the UP PGH Cancer Institute before the PGH Medical Foundation came in and cooled things down with the purchase and installation of several brand new air-conditioning units for the clinic.

The Foundation, through funds generated by the “I AM PGH” campaign, secured two (2) inverter floor mounted air-conditioning units amounting to Php 173,765.00  and installed these at strategic locations within the clinic.

“Salamat sa Diyos at sa Foundation at lumamig na din dito sa clinic,” said one of the clinic’s charity patient after the new air-conditioning units were turned on.

The UP-PGH Cancer Institute (CI) was set up to provide comfort and quality care to cancer patients. In particular, the institute provides this care to indigent cancer stricken Filipinos. Institute gets at least 220 out patients daily and which maintains 51 beds that are alternately shared by patients undergoing chemotherapy.