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Comment: TO: SHRINERS HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN

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Note: This aidpage was started as a comment on "Foundation, Nonprofit: Shriners Hospitals For Children"

TO: SHRINERS HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN FR: Northern Mindanao Medical Center Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines I am just an ordinary citizen who comes to Northern Mindanao Medical Center (a government hospital) every now and then just to be able to help the less fortunate in the best way I can, by comforting them, providing them their needs if I have the resources. This hospital is a government tertiary hospital with a 300-bed capacity. However, every day there are more than 300 in patients admitted leaving the patients with no other option than to use and consider the corridors of the hospital to stay just so they can be given immediate medical attention. Considering the lack of funds from the government, I would like to seek help from your foundation in any way you can to help expand, develop or whatever you can do to the hospital. Should you want to inquire and get more information, please contact DR. RAMON MORENO, OIC-Chief Medical Professional Staff of Northern Mindanao Medical Center. I am optimistic that through writing this letter to your organization, it will pave the doorway for you to be interested in helping develop our government hospital. From a concerned citizen: Grace E. Mercado-Garanchon Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines
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leeann

i have used this hospital for my oldest son after he broke is leg playing football six years ago .he had to have three major surgeys and his leg is still not fixed right.he needs more surgery but he is 19 years old now and i cant make him have anymore done.but shriners hospital took wonderful care of him while he was there.they made sure we had everything we needed while we were there.they are one of the best place to donate to.i always buy there paper and donate to there boots.

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