Staying #ConnectedAsOne with GoWiFi

Staying #ConnectedAsOne with GoWiFi

As the world continues to battle the threat of COVID-19, medical and other essential frontliners have been putting their lives at risk for the last four months in order to serve the public. Globe is recognizing the pandemic’s toll on frontliners, who not only must deal with the virus but also distance themselves from their loved ones to ensure their safety through an inspirational video.

“Medical frontliners are in vulnerable positions as they have been leading the fight against COVID-19 for the past four months or so. The most painful part about this is that they must constantly distance themselves from everyone, especially their loved ones,” shared Albert de Larrazabal, Chief Commercial Officer at Globe. “By offering fast and reliable WiFi connectivity in hospitals and quarantine facilities, we hope to empower frontliners in bridging this gap between them and their loved ones as we continue our battle as a nation against this pandemic.”

GoWiFi has provided free and unlimited internet to over 80 hospitals and quarantine facilities across the country since the outbreak of COVID-19 last March. These include the ff locations:

Department of Health quarantine facilities: World Trade Center, Philippine Arena, Philsports Arena, National Government Center, ASEAN Convention Center, and Quirino Stadium

Las Piñas: Las Piñas Doctors Hospital

Manila: Chinese General Hospital, Metropolitan Medical Center, Philippine General Hospital, Manila Doctors Hospital, QualiMed Manila – PGH Area, Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center, Ospital ng Tondo, Ospital ng Maynila, Ospital ng Sampaloc, and San Lazaro Hospital

Caloocan: Jose N Rodriguez Memorial Hospital

Makati: Ospital ng Makati

Taguig: Manila Naval Hospital and St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City

Pasig: The Medical City and Pasig City General Hospital

San Juan: Cardinal Santos Hospital and San Juan Medical Center

Quezon City: Philippine Heart Center, Lung Center of the Philippines, National Kidney and Transplant Institute, St. Luke’s Medical Center, Capitol Medical Center, Quezon Institute, Philippine Tuberculosis Society, Inc. – Quezon Institute, World Citi Medical Center, and Veterans Memorial Medical Center

Agusan del Norte: MJ Santos Hospital and Holy Child Colleges of Butuan Hospital

Bataan: Bataan St. Joseph Hospital and Medical Center Corp.

Batangas: Daniel O. Mercado Medical Center, Lipa City District Hospital, Lipa Medix Medical Center, Mary Mediatrix Medical Center, and San Antonio Medical Center

Bohol: Ramiro Community Hospital

Benguet: Benguet General Hospital

Bulacan: Mendoza General Hospital, QualiMed Hospital Altaraza and Rugay General Hospital

Camarines Sur: NICC Doctors Hospital

Capiz: Capiz Emmanuel Hospital

Cavite: Emilio Aguinaldo College Medical Center – Cavite

Cebu: Cebu Community Hospital and Cebu Doctors Hospital

Davao del Sur: Davao Doctors Hospital, Davao Limso Hospital, Davao Medical Center (Southern Philippines Medical Center), Davao Medical School Foundation, Inc., and San Pedro Hospital

Ilocos Norte: Gov. Roque Ablan Sr. Memorial Hospital

Ilocos Sur: Gabriela Silang General Hospital

Iloilo: West Visayas State University Medical Center, Medicus Medical Center, The Medical City Iloilo, QualiMed Hospital Iloilo

Isabela: Isabela United Doctors Med Center

La Union: La Union Medical Diagnostic Center and Hospital Inc.

Laguna: HealthServ Los Banos Medical Center, San Pablo Medical Center, The Medical City South Luzon, and QualiMed Hospital Nuvali

Misamis Occidental: Medina Medical Center, Misamis Oriental, Polymedic Velez, and Maria Reyna Xavier University Hospital Inc.

Negros Occidental: The Doctor’s Hospital – Visayas and Caritas Health Shield Inc.

Negros Oriental: Holy Child Hospital

Pampanga: The Medical City Clark

Pangasinan: Pangasinan Doctors Hospital

South Cotabato: Socsargen County Hospital

Zambales: James L. Gordon Hospital and Our Lady of Lourdes International Medical Center

Zamboanga del Sur: Doctors Hospital and West Metro Medical Center

To stay updated on the latest COVID-19 developments, Globe mobile and broadband customers are also given free access to the official websites of the Department of Health (DOH) and National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

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Written by Village Connect

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As a print and digital publication, VC strives to provide readers an insightful glimpse into the ever-changing business landscape through relevant dialogue and inclusive coverage of trending news, information, and lifestyle tidbits within (and outside) the metropolis.

On a bigger scale, VC identifies and promotes Philippine innovations in various industries and connects them with Manila’s young and upbeat populace.

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