Ayala Healthcare Holdings Inc. (AC Health) unveiled the new Healthway Qualimed Hospital San Jose del Monte brand in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. This event comes after the unveiling of the Healthway QualiMed Hospital Santa Rosa signage signaling the launch of Healthway Medical Network (HMN). The series of unveilings marks the integration of all AC Health’s hospitals and clinics under the Healthway Medical Network brand.
Apart from the integration of the Healthway Medical Network, patients will also benefit from the AC Health ecosystem, which encompasses various healthcare touchpoints such as pharma and digital health. Other subsidiaries of AC Health include Generika Drugstore, IE Medica, and MedEthix, and KonsultaMD in partnership with Globe’s 917 Ventures.
The new brand of AC Health’s Healthway Medical Network comes with a promise to deliver “Care Beyond Cure” anchored on “Connected Care Circles,” Healthway’s innovative model of care. “Care Beyond Cure” is HMN’s promise to provide human-centric care, not just addressing the patient’s medical wellness but his overall well-being. The “Connected Care Circles” offer high-quality and connected healthcare services where patients are managed by a multidisciplinary healthcare team, ensuring coordinated care throughout the entire patient journey. Healthway Philippines President and CEO, Jaime Ysmael expounded, “Care delivery is anchored on evidenced-based global and local best practices to ensure consistently excellent clinical outcomes and patient experience. The model focuses on providing value for patients through cost-effective packages that consider the full cycle of care.”
“At AC Health, all our endeavors of expansion and innovation are done with the patient at the center. Under the banner of “Care Beyond Cure,” today’s unveiling of the Healthway Medical Network signifies more than a mere name change—it represents our unwavering dedication to providing compassionate, coordinated care that is always patient-first,” said AC Health President and CEO, Paolo Borromeo.
“The pandemic highlighted the importance of investing in our people’s health and wellbeing. At Ayala, this commitment remains stronger than ever. We believe that every Filipino deserves access to quality healthcare and we are committed to help make this a reality,” added Ayala Corporation Chairman, Jaime Augusto Zobel De Ayala.
Also present during the ceremonial signage lighting ceremony in San Jose del Monte were Alberto M. De Larrazabal, Chief Finance Officer of Ayala Corporation, Jaime Ysmael, President and CEO of Healthway Medical Network, and key representatives from the local government of San Jose del Monte and the Bulacan provincial government.
This year, HMN plans to open three more clinics in Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao, expanding its network to a total of 15 outpatient centers.
For more information, you may contact HMN’s integrated contact center at (02) 7751 4929 or (0917) 629 6584, or through e-mail at email@example.com.