The Tagaloguin-Adona Polymedic & Diagnostic Center, Inc. (TAPDCI) and the Philippine Army’s 53rd Infantry “Matapat” Battalion (53IB) penned an agreement to set-up primary health care for the troops, CAFGU Active Auxiliaries (CAAs), Friends Rescued (FRs), and dependents of 53IB in a MOU signing held today, October 23, 2022, at 53IB Headquarters, Camp Major David Sabido, Poblacion, Guipos, Zamboanga del Sur.
The activity was graced by TAPDCI Medical Director Col. Amy T. Adona, the Brigade Commander of 7th Technical and Administrative Service Brigade, Western Mindanao (RESERVE), 7th AFPRESCEN, AFP Reserve Command, and Lt. Col. Benecio Adona, General/Laparoscopic/Cosmetic Surgeon.
Dr. Amy Adona expressed her gratitude to the 53IB for the opportunity to help its CAAs, FRs, troops and dependents.
Dr. Ben Adona, on the other hand, said that the activity was conducted to provide high-quality standards of care and envision excellent health care close to home, where love, compassion, and healing come together.
53IB Commanding Officer Lt. Col. Terence P. Ylanan also expressed his sincerest gratitude to Drs. Amy and Ben Adona for their heart to help the CAAs, FRs, troops and dependents of the battalion.
“This Matapat Primary Health Care program will significantly help our beneficiaries most especially our FRs, CAAs, and their dependents who have little in life. We express our utmost gratitude to Drs. Amy and Ben Adona for their passion an dedication to help those in need,” said Lt. Col. Ylanan.