75-bed hospital to rise in Mariveles
The town of Mariveles will soon have its own 75-bed district hospital.
The P50-million Mariveles District Hospital, one of the priority projects of Governor Albert Raymond S. Garcia and the late Bataan 2nd district Rep. Enrique T. Garcia, Jr, aims to provide primary health care services to 150,000 residents and workers of the Bataan Freeport Economic Zone.
According to Mariveles Mayor Jesse Concepcion, the proposed three-story hospital will have a floor area of 3,248 square meters.
The project was made possible by a public-private partnership with the municipal and provincial government.
Mariveles is home to the Freeport Area of Bataan, which was originally designed as an export processing zone. But despite the industrial nature of the town, residents still have to travel about one hour to get better medical treatment and check-ups from private and public hospitals in Balanga City.
he proposed hospital is a three-level structure with floor area of 3,248 square meters and accessible to the FAB and greater populated district of this fast-growing industrial town.
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