In celebration of its Golden Anniversary, leading healthcare provider Davao Doctors Hospital (DDH) unveiled recently the new look of its DDH health cards.
The new design incorporates the DDH anniversary logo, which incorporates the 50 years of being part of the community with its core values of passion, service, and healthcare.
The DDH health cards provide discounts for hospital products and services, including all DDH outpatient services.
It has no expiration date, and is fully transferable.
The health cards may also be used to purchase medicines at MedExpress, Davao Doctors Hospital’s outpatient pharmacy, as well as DDH’s Dumoy Satellite facility.
Patients also earn points using their DDH Patient ID Card when they purchase the DDH health cards.
Davao Doctors Hospital is a privately-owned, tertiary level and multi-specialty hospital located in the heart of Davao City, the business hub of Mindanao. From its foundation in 1969, today it remains the largest and most modern hospital in Southern Philippines, with 250 beds and offering state-of-the-art diagnostic, therapeutic and intensive care facilities in a one-stop medical center.
DDH is the leader in all medical specialties, including cardiovascular medicine, orthopedics, gastroenterology and endocrinology, neurology and neurosurgery, cancer, ophthalmology, and digestive and liver diseases in the region.
To purchase, call DDH Marketing Department at 222-8000 local 1580 / 0910-175-4907 or visit Davao Doctors Hospital Main in Quirino Avenue, DDH Annex 4 at Mt. Apo. St. Davao City or DDH Dumoy Satellite, Dumoy Toril Davao City.
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