Isuzu kicks off medical drive

As part of its 25th inaugural anniversary celebration, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) kicked off its drive to sustainability by providing support to select hospitals nationwide. IPC team, led by Imelda Bernas, administration division head and Robert Carlos, sales assistant division head, flew to Cagayan De Oro for the turnover ceremony of the P250,000 cash donation to Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC).

With the assistance of Isuzu Cagayan De Oro, IPC was able to connect with NMMC which is a government hospital managed by Department of Health. The state-owned hospital serves patients from Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental where it is located, as well as patients from nearby provinces of Bukidnon, Camiguin, Misamis Occidental, Lanao Norte, Zamboanga del Norte and the Agusan Provinces. The cash donation will be of great assistance in the hospital’s continuous expansion to cater to the medical needs of more patients from the region.

The donation for Mindanao region was made possible because of Isuzu Cagayan de Oro, which assisted IPC in coordinating with NMMC. The former is under the Northern Mindanao Automotive Dealership Inc. (NMADI) group which also manages three other Isuzu outlets in Mindanao: Butuan, Dipolog and Pagadian. Isuzu Cagayan de Oro is one of the 12 pioneer dealerships of the truck maker since 1997.

In line with its “Road to Progress” vision, IPC will continue with this CSR project by donating to three more hospitals — one from NCR, one from Luzon, and one from Visayas before the year ends. This CSR project is yet another testament that IPC continues to live up to its tagline “Your Responsible Partner.”

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