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St. Jude Thaddeus General Hospital


This is the first time that we have conducted training for the hospital. St Jude Thaddeus General Hospital is located in Datu Mampaalong St., Brgy 6, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon.

More than 20 participants joined our BLS and ACLS training composed of doctors and nurses. The medical director as well as the administrator joined the program despite their busy schedules.

St. Jude Thaddeus General Hospital, started as a lying – in Clinic on December 08, 2008 which better addresses the need of OB & Gyne Patients residing in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon.

The name of the Institution was taken from St. Jude Thaddeus the Apostle, and the Patron Saint of “Hopeless Cases”. Which is also the Patron of Saint of the Family .

With the Image of the St. Mary and the Child Jesus,which signifies the Care and Love of a mother to her child.

The founder of the institution with her ardent desire to give Quality Healthcare service to OB and Gyne patients. Later, together with the support of her family she decided that the clinic should have another step forward…

On 2009 the Lying-in Clinic was accredited to be a Secondary Level Hospital and was later named St. Jude Thaddeus Women and Children’s Hospital. 

Which now progressed to cater the Health concerns for Women 

You may visit the hospital’s FB page here

Malaybalay Polymedic General Hospital

BLS ACLS TRAINING 3rd Batch October 10-13, 2022

Photo courtesy from MPGH FB page

Were back again in the City of Malaybalay… Malaybalay, officially known as the City of Malaybalay, is a 1st class component city and capital of the province of Bukidnon, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 190,712 people.

This is the 3rd batch of training for BLS and ACLS requested by the hospital in compliance of the DOH requirement and of course as part of the hospital mission to provide their patient with good quality service.

More than 20 participants joined the training with some nurses joining from other hospitals.