Rex Mendoza on World Class Leadership

Rex Mendoza, founder of Rampver Financials will speak on ‘World Class Leadership‘ at Bo SanchezKerygma Conference 2016Forward.

Class: World-class Leadership
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Leadership can be developed, and world class leadership can be achieved by having the right heartset and mindset forged by genuine commitment. By focusing on the right elements, leadership practice can lead to success beyond the office and business

Rex Mendoza is Founder and Managing Director of his own corporation and holding firm, Rampver Financials, a financial services niche player and the leading non-bank mutual fund distributor in the country.

Rex Mendoza will speak on 'World Class Leadership' at the Kerygma Conference 2016

Rex Mendoza will speak on ‘World Class Leadership’ at the Kerygma Conference 2016

Previous to this, he was Senior Adviser to the AIA Group CEO, for Marketing and Distribution, President and CEO of Philam Life, Director of Globe Telecom, The Freeport Area of Bataan, and Esquire Financing, Inc. Rex Mendoza is one of the best speakers in leadership, motivation, and personal finance in the country.

Join us at the Kerygma Conference 2016 on November 17 – 20, 2016 at the SMX Mall of Asia.

Kerygma Conference has been a source of hope and inspiration to people so they become more blessed and empowered in the different aspects of their lives. It has been gathering thousands of people from all walks of life for powerful talks and learning tracks straight from well-known speakers and industry experts. Throughout those years, Kerygma Conference has been – an instrument of change for so many lives, and a way for lost souls to discover the path towards the love of God. Check out http://KerygmaConference.com

International Marketing Group, TrulyRichMakers and Kaiser International HealthGroup are proud Conference Sponsors of Bo Sanchez’ Kerygma Conference 2016 – Forward.It is our mission to enable Filipinos to attain financial freedom, through financial education.

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‘The Secret on How to Let Money Work For You’ by Joen De Las Peñas and Noel Arandilla

Joen De Las Peñas and Noel Arandilla, Certified Financial Educators and co-founders of International Marketing Group (IMG) will speak on ‘The Secret on How to Let Money Work For You‘ at Bo SanchezKerygma Conference 2016Forward.

Class: The Secret on How to Let Money Work For You
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Learn the simple but comprehensive approach to financial planning and investment; how to build a solid financial foundation and secure your financial future.

Joen De Las Peñas & Noel Arandilla will speak on 'The Secret on How to Let Money Work For You' at the Kerygma Conference 2016

Joen De Las Peñas & Noel Arandilla will speak on ‘The Secret on How to Let Money Work For You’ at the Kerygma Conference 2016

Dr. Jose Enrique “Joen” R. De Las Peñas is a Certified Financial Educator (CFEd) in the USA, a Registered Financial Planner, and the President and Chairman of the Board of International Marketing Group (IMG) Insurance Brokers Corp., a Philippine corporation offering financial services and products through international partner providers. Joen‘s advocacy of teaching people how to become financially independent is backed by almost 20 years of financial management experience.

Noel Arandilla is Co-Founder and CEO of the International Marketing Group. He is a Chemical Engineer, a Registered Financial Planner, and a Certified Financial Educator with Heartland Institute of Colorado, USA. He has made it his personal mission to change people’s lives through financial education.


Join us at the Kerygma Conference 2016 on November 17 – 20, 2016 at the SMX Mall of Asia.

Kerygma Conference has been a source of hope and inspiration to people so they become more blessed and empowered in the different aspects of their lives. It has been gathering thousands of people from all walks of life for powerful talks and learning tracks straight from well-known speakers and industry experts. Throughout those years, Kerygma Conference has been – an instrument of change for so many lives, and a way for lost souls to discover the path towards the love of God. Check out http://KerygmaConference.com

International Marketing Group, TrulyRichMakers and Kaiser International HealthGroup are proud Conference Sponsors of Bo Sanchez’ Kerygma Conference 2016 – Forward.It is our mission to enable Filipinos to attain financial freedom, through financial education. NO FAMILY LEFT BEHIND

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Kaiser Accredited Hospitals for NCR/Metro Manila

Kaiser is continually finding partner hospitals and medical institutions all over the Philippines. If you have a Kaiser plan and your preferred hospital is not in the list, you may request Kaiser to accredit your preferred hospital.

NCR | LUZON | Visayas | Mindanao

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION (NCR)

CALOOCAN CITY

ACEBEDO GENERAL HOSPITAL
849 General Luis St. Bagbaguin , Caloocan City
Tel no.: (02) 893.5363, (02) 404.4181
(02) 400.1272
Fax no.: (02) 983.5363
Coordinator: Dr. Eddie Acebedo
PROCEED TO OPD

MANILA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY FILEMON D. TANCHOCO MEDICAL FOUNDATION, INC
Samson Road , EDSA, Caloocan City
Tel no.: (02) 367.2031, (02) 366.9589
Fax no.: (02) 361.4664
Coordinator: Dr. Ma. Rosario E. Bonagua
MTW 3:00PM-5:00PM
PROCEED TO INDUSTRIAL CLINIC

MARTINEZ MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
198 A. Mabini St., Maypajo, Caloocan City
Tel no.: (02) 288.8862 ,(02) 288.8863
Fax no.: (02) 288.8861
Coordinator: Dr. Santos del Rio
MON-SAT 9:00am-12:00nn/ PROCEED TO OPD

NODADO GENERAL HOSPITAL – CALOOCAN
Area – A Camarin, Caloocan City
Tel no.: (02) 962.8021
Fax no.: (02) 962.7991
Coordinator: Dr. Susan Nodado
PROCEED TO OPD

NORTH CALOOCAN DOCTORS HOSPITAL
Lot 31, Block 10, Quirino Highway, Bankers Village II, Caloocan City
Tel no.: (02) 961.5213
Fax no.: (02) 961.5213
Coordinator: Dr. Ma. Angela Delos Santos
PROCEED TO OPD

LAS PIÑAS CITY

ALABANG MEDICAL CLINIC – LAS PIÑAS
Alabang- Zapote Road, cor. Mendoza St., Pelayo Village, Talon, Las Piñas City
Tel no.: (02) 873.6464, (02) 874.0164 (02) 874.2506
Fax no.: (02) 873.1288
PROCEED TO OPD

LAS PIÑAS DOCTORS HOSPITAL
8009 JP Aguilar Ave., Pulang Lupa II, Las Piñas City
Tel no.: (02) 825.5236, (02) 825.5293 (02) 829.7715
Fax no.: (02) 825.5236
Coordinator: Dr. Ruth B. Hernandez
PROCEED TO HMO

UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP DALTA MEDICAL CENTER
Alabang-Zapote Road,Pamplona St., Las Piñas City
Tel no.: (02) 874.8515
Fax no.: (02) 873.7212
Coordinator: Dr. Edgardo Fernandez
Rm. 613 MAB Mon – Sat 8:00am – 5:00pm/
INDUSTRIAL OFFICE

MAKATI CITY

LOURDES MATERNITY HOSPITAL
1076 Don Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City
Tel no.: (02) 895.3847
Coordinator: Dr. Pola Santos
MON-SAT 10:30-12:00nn except TUE&SUN
PROCEED TO OPD

MAKATI MEDICAL CENTER
2 Amorsolo St., Dela Rosa, Makati City
Tel no: (02) 888.8999, (02) 893.7740
Fax no.: (02) 819.5423
Coordinator: Dr. Joseph Cordero
MWF 4-5:30pm / Sat 3:00- 4:30pm
Coordinator: Dr. Jose T. Sanchez
MWSat 11-2 ; T TH F 5-7 rm 257
Coordinator: Dr. Zeanath S. Palala
M, T& F 1-6pm / Wed 9-1pm Sat 9-6 Manahan Annex rm 2

ST. CLAIRE’S MEDICAL CENTER
1838 Dian St. Palanan, Makati City
Tel no: (02) 831.6511, (02) 831.6512
(02) 831.6514
Fax no.: (02) 831.4788
Coordinator: Dr. Araceli Jo
MWFSAT 3-5pm TTH 10-12nn Rm 301

MANDALUYONG

DR. VICTOR R. POTENCIANO MEDICAL CENTER
163 EDSA, Mandaluyong City
Tel no.: (02) 531.4911 – 19, (02) 531.4921 – 24
Fax no.: (02) 531.4659
Coordinator: Dr. Telly S. Cheng
MON-SAT 9-3pm rm 218

MANILA CITY

CHINESE GENERAL HOSPITAL
286 Blumentritt St., Sta Cruz, Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 711.4141-51, (02) 743.1471
Fax no.: (02) 743.2662
Coordinator: Dr. Edwin Ong
MON-FRI 9-12nn rm 336

DE OCAMPO MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
2921 Nagtahan St., cor. Magsaysay Blvd, Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 715.1892, (02) 715.0967
Coordinator: Dr. Aloysius Timtiman
MTWTHF 9:30-4:30 / S 9:30-1:00pm
PROCEED TO OPD

HOSPITAL OF THE INFANT JESUS
1556 Laong-Laan Road,Sampaloc Manila City
Tel no.: (02)731.2771, (02) 731.2832
Coordinator: Dr. Pura Caisip
PROCEED TO ER

MANILA DOCTOR’S HOSPITAL
567 United Nation Ave., Ermita St., Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 524.3011, (02) 523.7331
(02) 524.2718, (02) 528.8140
Fax no.: (02) 523.9114, 525.6623
Coordinator: Dr. Ma. Soccoro Garcia
M-F 8-5pm 5/F MSD

MARY JOHNSTON HOSPITAL
1221 J. Nolasco St., Tondo, Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 245.4021 – 25
Fax no.: (02) 245.4487
Coordinator: Dr. Harry Supan
PROCEED TO OPD

MEDICAL CENTER MANILA
112 United Nation cor Taft Ave.Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 523.8131 -65, (02) 524.0354
(02) 528.4247
Coordinator: Dr. Assuncion Abaya – Morrido
M-F 1-4pm Sat 9-12nn rm 335
Coordinator: Dr. Dinah Fojas
MON-FRI 3-7pm rm 203

METROPOLITAN MEDICAL CENTER
1357 G. Masangkay St., Tondo, Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 254.1111, (02) 253.5971
(02) 254.1360
Coordinator: Dr. Robert Michael G. Gan
MWFS 3-5pm TTH 9-12nn&@-5pm rm 217

OUR LADY OF LOURDES HOSPITAL
46 P. Sanchez st., Sta. Mesa, Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 716.3901 – 20
Fax no.: (02) 714.7397
Coordinator:
Rm. 320 MAB Mon – Sat except Wed 2:00pm – 4:00pm
(02) 716.3901 loc 347

PERPETUAL HELP HOSPITAL MANILA
1504 Laon Laan cor. Gelinos St. Sampaloc, Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 731.8177, (02) 731.8144
Coordinator: Dr. Jeffrey Chua
PROCEED TO OPD

ST. JUDE HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER
Dimasalang St., cor. Don Quijote St., Sampaloc, Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 731.2761, (02) 740.4160
(02) 740.4159
Fax no.: (02) 740.4149
Coordinator: Dr. Jose Corpus
M-F 8-4pm 5th level

THE FAMILY CLINIC, INC
1474 Maria Clara St., cor. Gelinos St., Sta. Cruz, Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 731.2901 – 13
Fax no.: (02) 731.2536
Coordinator: Dr. Josefina Azores Cano
PROCEED TO OPD

UNIVERSITY PHYSICIAN MEDICAL CENTER
UP-PGH Faculty Medical Arts Bldg. PGH Compound, Taft Ave., Manila City
Tel no.: (02) 708.0000, (02) 971.0355
(02) 353.5518
Fax no.: (02) 708.0000 loc 125
PROCEED TO HMO

UNIVERSITY OF STO. TOMAS HOSPITAL
Espana Boulevard, Manila City
Tel No.: (02) 731-3001
Coordinator: Dr. Francis Marie Purino
MWF 9-5 PM – RM. 510
TTH 4-6 PM

MARIKINA CITY

GARCIA GENERAL HOSPITAL
49 Bayan – Bayanan Ave. cor. T. Bugallon Marikina Heights, Marikina City
Tel no.: (02) 941.5511, (02) 924.4705
(02) 948.4014
Fax no.: (02) 941.5511
Coordinator: Dr. Nestor Garcia
Mon – Sat 8:00am – 5:00pm
PROCEED TO HMO

MARIKINA VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER
Santo NiÑo Marikina
Tel No.: (02) 682.2222 / 682 3399
PROCEED TO HMO DEPT.

MUNTINLUPA CITY

ALABANG MEDICAL CENTER
Alabang Zapote Road, Muntinlupa City
Tel no.: (02) 850.8498, (02) 850.8719
Fax no.: (02) 850.8498 loc. 105
Coordinator: Dr. Anita Ty
PROCEED TO HMO/ INFORMATION

ALABANG MEDICAL CLINIC – MAIN
297 Montillano St., Alabang Muntinlupa City
Tel no.: (02) 842.0680, (02) 842.0315
(02) 842.1639
Fax no.: (02)842.0680

ALABANG MEDICAL CLINIC – MUNTINLUPA
1 National Road, Putatan, Muntinlupa City
Tel no.: (02) 861.1135, (02) 861.1187
Fax no.: (02) 861.1179

ASIAN HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER
2205 Civic Drive Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang Muntinlupa City
Tel no.: (02) 771.9000, (02) 771.1199
(02) 771.1173
Fax no.: (02) 876.5813
Coordinator: Dr. Maximo Abuel
MON-SAT 11-1pm rm 301
(02) 822.6517

BEATO CAUILAN HOSPITAL
Villa Carolina 1, Tunasan, Muntinlupa City
Tel no.: (02) 861.5284, (02) 861.5285
Coordinator: Dr. Aniza Mendoza
PROCEED TO OPD

MPI MEDICAL CENTER MUNTINLUPA
38 National Road, Putatan, Muntinlupa City
Tel no.: (02) 862.0162 – 63, (02) 861.1685
Fax no.: (02) 862.0162
Coordinator: Dr. Maximo Abuel
PROCEED TO HMO

PARAÑAQUE CITY

MEDICAL CENTER PARAÑAQUE
Dr. A. Santos, Sucat Road, Parañaque City
Tel no.: (02) 825.6911 – 15, (02) 541.5888
(02) 826.0412
Fax no.: (02) 826.2121
Coordinator: Dr. Maria Teresita Sandoval
MWF 4-6pm rm217

UHBI-PARANAQUE DOCTORS
175 Dona Soledad Avenue Better Living Subdivision Paranaque City
Tel no.: (02) 776-0644 loc. 8208
PROCEED TO HMO DEPT.

OLIVAREZ GENERAL HOSPITAL
Dr. A. Santos, Sucat Road, Parañaque City
Tel no.: (02) 826.5035, (02) 826.7966
Fax no.: (02) 825.8747
Coordinator: Dr. Ephraim Neil Orteza
MON-WED-SAT 10-2pm FRI 3-5pm rm 1002
PROCEED TO HMO

SOUTH SUPER HIGHWAY MEDICAL CENTER PARAÑAQUE
km 17 West Service Road, SSH, Parañaque City
Tel no.: (02) 823.5250, (02) 821.8453
(02) 821.8454
Fax no.: (02) 823.4344
Coordinator: Dr. Jose Casimiro Rabe
PROCEED TO INDUSTRIAL OFFICE

THE PREMIER MEDICAL CENTER
Amvel Business Park, Brgy. San Dionisio, A. Santos (Sucat) Avenue, Paranaque City
Tel No.: (02) 865-2200 / 0905-359-1745
Coordinator: Dr. Ramon Emilio Daniel G. Roces
PROCEED TO HMO DEPT.

PASAY CITY

ADVENTIST MEDICAL CENTER MANILA
(Formerly Manila Adventist Medical Center and Colleges)
1975 corner Donada and San Juan St., Pasay City
Tel no.: (02) 525.9191, (02) 525.9198
Fax no.: (02) 524.3256
PROCEED TO BUSINESS OFFICE/ HMO

SAN JUAN DE DIOS EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, INC (HOSPITAL)
2722 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City
Tel no.: (02) 831.9731 – 36, (02) 831.5641 – 49
Fax no.: (02) 551.2761
Coordinator: Dr. Antonio Cortez
MON-SAT 2-4pm rm 4

PASIG CITY

MISSION HOSPITAL
Km 17 Ortigas Ave. Ext. Rosario, Pasig City
Tel no.: (02) 656.2816, (02) 656.0877
Fax no.: (02) 656.2851
Coordinator: Dr. Dominador Pedracio
Mon – Fri 2:00pm – 6:00pm
PROCEED TO OPD – UMBRELLA TYPE

ST. CAMILLUS MEDICAL CENTER
166 E. Rodriguez Ave., Santolan, Pasig City
Tel no.: (02) 645.3741 to 42
Fax no.:(02) 682.0366
PROCEED TO HMO DEPT.

SABATER GENERAL HOSPITAL
Caruncho Ave., Pasig City
Tel no.: (02) 641.8194, (02) 640.9403
Fax no.: (02) 641.8194
Coordinator: Dr. Rodulfo Sabater
Mon – Sat 11:30am – 8:00pm
PROCEED TO OPD

THE MEDICAL CITY
Ortigas Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Tel no.: (02) 635.6789
Fax no.: (02) 634.7183
Coordinator: Dr. John Querol
MWTHSAT 10-12nn rm 1214
Coordinator: Dr. Norman Bustos
MTWTHF 3-6pm SAT 10-1pm rm 1207

QUEZON CITY

BERNARDINO GENERAL HOSPITAL 1
680 Quirino Highway, San Bartolome, Novaliches Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 935.5264, (02) 937.9183
(02) 936.6050
Fax no.: (02) 419.6222
Coordinator: Dr.Yolanda Lim
Admin Office Mon – Fri 9:00am – 1:00pm/
PROCEED TO OPD

BERNARDINO GENERAL HOSPITAL 2
North Olympus, Zabarte Road, Novaliches Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 418.6684, (02) 418.6711
Fax no.: (02) 939.8050
Coordinator: Dr. Yolanda Lim
Admin Office Mon – Fri 9:00am – 1:00pm/
PROCEED TO RECORD SECTION

CAPITOL MEDICAL CENTER
Quezon Avenue corner Scout Magbanua, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 372.3825
Fax no.: (02) 371.2155
Coordinator: Dr. Julius Ceasar Dalupang
MWF 11-3pm TTHS 10-1pm rm 1110

DELOS SANTOS MEDICAL CENTER
201 E. Rodriquez Sr. Blvd., Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 723.0041 – 54, (02) 723.4674 – 79
Fax no.: (02) 722.0773
Coordinator: Dr. Rowena Zabat
MON-FRI 9-12NN rm 253/ INDUSTRIAL OFFICE

DR. FE DEL MUNDO MEDICAL CENTER
11 Banawe St., Brgy. Doña Josefa, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 712.0845
Fax no.: (02)731.6454
Coordinator: Dr. Joel Macalino
TTH 10-12nn
PROCEED TO OPD

DR. JESUS C. DELGADO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
7 Kamuning Road, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 924. 4061, (02) 924.4051
Fax no.: (02) 928.5945
Coordinator: Dr. Rainero Abad
Mon – Fri 10:00am -1200pm/ 5:00pm – 7:00pm Sat 10:00am – 12:00pm
PROCEED TO HMO

EAST AVENUE MEDICAL CENTER
East Avenue, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 928.0611
Coordinator: Dr. Jonathan Salvador
MWF 11:00AM – 1:00PM

FAIRVIEW GENERAL HOSPITAL
Lot 20 cor. Mercury St., Fairview, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 939.8764, (02) 939.9689
Fax no.: (02) 938.4796
Coordinator: Dr. Hermogenes Jarin
PROCEED TO OPD

FEU – NICANOR REYES MEDICAL FOUNDATION
Regalado cor.Dahlia St., West Fairview, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 427.0213, (02) 938.4813
Fax no.; (02)928.5817
Coordinator: Dr. Policarpio Joves
PROCEED TO AMC

GENERAL MALVAR MEDICAL FOUNDATION HOSPITAL
531 Commonwealth Ave, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 932.8867 loc 201, (02) 935.8517
Fax no.: (02) 932.8867
Coordinator: Dr. Potenciano Malvar
Mon – Sat 8:00am – 5:00pm PROCEED TO OPD

J.P.SIOSON GENERAL HOSPITAL AND COLLEGES
75 Bukidnon St., Bago Bantay, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 927.5643, (02)327.1339
(02) 922.2041
Fax no.: (02) 445.4281
Coordinator: Dr. Lovell Cristina Magat
MWS 10-1pm PROCEED TO OPD

LUNG CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES
Quezon Avenue Extension, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 924.6101
Coordinator: Dr. Guillermo Barroa
MWF 12-1pm rm 1110
Coordinator: Dr. Jun Paul Castolo
MWF 3-5pm rm 1110

METRO NORTH MEDICAL CENTER
1001 Mindanao Ave, Brgy. Bahay Toro, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 426.1386, (02) 426.1389
Coordinator: Dr. Maximo Abuel
PROCEED TO INDUSTRIAL OFFICE

NATIONAL KIDNEY INSTITUTE AND TRANSPLANT CENTER
East Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 981-0400, 924.3601, (02) 926.8967, (02) 981-0300
(02) 924.3619
Fax no.: (02) 928.0358
Coordinator: Dr. Jose Benito Abraham
TTHS 1-5pm rm 3205

NODADO GENERAL HOSPITAL
23 Zabarte Road Brgy. Kaligayahan,
Novaliches, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 962.8021, (02) 937.1485
Fax no.: (02) 962.7991
Coordinator: Dr. Susan Nodado
PROCEED TO OPD

NOVALICHES GENERAL HOSPITAL
793 Qurino Highway, Gulod, Novaliches, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 936.1817, (02) 938.7890
(02) 418.5039
Fax no.: (02) 418.5074
Coordinator: Dr. Francisco Tan Jr.
MTTHF 4-6pm/ WS10-12

PACIFIC GLOBAL MEDICAL CENTER
Lot 2B Mindanao Avenue Brgy. Talipapa, Novaliches,
Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 901.4941
Fax no.; (02) 949.6036
Coordinator: Dr. Romanito Cabaluna
TTHF 9-11 PROCEED TO OPD

PHILIPPINE HEART CENTER
East Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 925.2401, (02) 925.2450
Fax no.: (02) 929.1011
Coordinator: Dr. Frederick Vicente
TTHF 10-12 rm 612

QC ST. AGNES GENERAL HOSPITAL
241 Rssebelt Ave. San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 374.1314, (02) 724.1311
(02) 474.0347
Coordinator: Dr. Marinella Agnes Abat
PROCEED TO OPD

SAN LORENZO GENERAL HOSPITAL
Quirino Highway, Lagro, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 939.7054
Fax no.: (02) 930.2195
Coordinator: Dr. Eduardo Noveloso
MWF 11-1pm PROCEED TO OPD

ST. LUKE’S MEDICAL CENTER
E. Rodriquez Ave., Ext., Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 723.0101, (02) 723.0199
Fax no.: (02) 727.5527
Coordinator: Dr. Mary Lou Cera Garcia
Mon-Sat 10-4Pm MAB Rm 225

STA. TERESITA GENERAL HOSPITAL
100 D. Tuazon cor. N. Roasa, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 781.0301
Fax no.: (02) 743.8713
Coordinator: Dr. Jaime Rene De Tagle
MW 9-2pm F 9-5pm Rm 6

UERM MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
64 Aurora Blvd., Brgy. Doña Imelda, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 715.0861
Fax no.: (02) 716.1852
Coordinator: Dr. Amando San Luiz
Coordinator: Dr. Henry Yanez
PROCEED TO OPD

UNITED DOCTORS MEDICAL CENTER
No.6 N. Ramirez Street, Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 712-3640 – 50
Fax no.: (02) 732-8354
Coordinator: Dr. Delmer Gensolin
PROCEED TO HMO

UROLOGY CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES
Suite 303, 132 Kalayaan Ave., Diliman Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 924.2369, (02) 990.3031
Fax no.: (02) 435.2619
Coordinator: Dr. Jose Buenaventura Reyes, Jr
MWF 2-4 Rm 403

WORLD CITI MEDICAL CENTER
960 Aurora Blvd., Quezon City
Tel no.: (02) 913.8380
Fax no.: (02) 913.8387
Coordinator: Dr. Rey Caesar Anunciacion
PROCEED TO OPD

COMMONWEALTH HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER
Neopolitan Business Park, Regalado Highway,
Novaliches, Quezon City
Tel No.: (02) 930-0000
PROCEED TO HMO DEPT.

PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL, INC.
1515 Quezon Avenue, West Triangle,
Quezon City
Tel No.: (02) 558-6999; 558-6788
Fax No.:
Coordinator: Dr. Jonathan Salvador
SAN JUAN CITY

CARDINAL SANTOS MEDICAL CENTER
Wilson St., Greenhills, San Juan City
Tel no.: (02) 727.0001
Fax no.: (02) 727.5757
Coordinator: Dr. Aaron Agdamag
Rm 254 Mon – Sat 9:00am – 6:00pm
Coordinator: Dr. Roy Garrido
Rm 256 TTHS 10-12pm

TAGUIG CITY

CRUZ – RABE MATERNITY AND GENERAL HOSPITAL
Gen. Luna St., Tuktukan, Taguig City
Tel no.: (02) 642.3433
Fax no.: (02) 642.0747
Coordinator: Dr. Jose Casimiro Rabe
Mon – Fri 9:00am – 4:00pm PROCEED TO OPD

ST. LUKE’S MEDICAL CENTER –N GLOBAL
Rizal Drive cor. Bonifacio Global City 32 St. Taguig City
Tel no.: (02) 789.7700
Coordinator: Dr. Cecille Trisha Duran
MAB 223 M-F 10-2pm/ Sat 9-11pm
Coordinator: Dr. Ma. Perla Duran
MAB 223 M 10-4pm/ T 10-4/ TH 1-4pm/
F 10-4pm
(02) 789.7700 loc 7223

VALENZUELA CITY

FATIMA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
120 McArthur Highway, Marulas, Valenzuela City
Tel no.: (02) 293.2703, (02) 293.2706
Fax no.: (02) 291.9323
Coordinator: Dr. Vicente Santos, Jr.
PROCEED TO OPD

Kaiser International HealthGroup Corporate Customers

Kaiser International Healthgroup is one of the largest HMOs in the Philippines and counts many government, educational and private companies among its customers. Here are some of them:

Government

  1. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (Congress)
  2. COURT OF APPEALS
  3. PUBLIC ATTORNEY’S OFFICE
  4. DEPARTMENT OF AGRARIAN REFORM
  5. NATIONAL FOOD AUTHORITY
  6. NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
  7. MANDAUE REGISTRY OF DEEDS

Schools

  1. FATHER SATURNINO URIOS UNIVERSITY
  2. ST. JOHN COLLEGES
  3. ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY
  4. TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES

 

Private

  1. ABRACADABRA, INC
  2. AMINTA CREW MANAGEMENT
  3. AMC BUSINESS PROCESSING SERVICES
  4. AXENT WOOD CORPORATION
  5. BIDLISIW FOUNDATION INC.
  6. BORROMEO BROTHERS ESTATES INC
  7. BOSENN ENGINEERING
  8. CASINO ESPAÑOL DE CEBU INC.
  9. CFS INTERNATIONAL MOVERS
  10. CHILD HOPE
  11. CLICKLABS, INC.
  12. DIOSA PROPERTIES
  13. EGS ASIA
  14. EMERGENCY RESCUE UNIT FOUNDATION
  15. HERRERA ACCOUNTING SERVICES
  16. HONDA MOTOR WORLD, INC.
  17. HURDMAN COMMUNICATION
  18. INFOSHARE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  19. INTERNATIONAL MARKETING GROUP
  20. JLK TRUCKING, INC.
  21. JX OCEAN SHIPPING
  22. KAISER INTERNATIONAL HEALTH GROUP
  23. MAKATI FINANCE CORPORATION
  24. MANSWORK BUILDERS
  25. MAGNA GOLD PHARMA INC.
  26. MAGNA PRIME
  27. MEPZ MIXED GASES
  28. MEXICAL FOOD CORPORATION
  29. MRE COMPUTER
  30. MOREDONE VENTURES
  31. MULTIF GROUP
  32. PLAS ENTERPRISES AND ENGINEERING SERVICES
  33. PRESTIGE WAREHOUSING
  34. RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL
  35. ROMIA COMPANY
  36. ROYAL OAKS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
  37. SAKURA AUTO WORLD
  38. SEMINARIO SAN AGUSTIN ORDER OF ST. AGUSTINE VICARIATE
  39. SHELL EASY GAS CONVENIENCE
  40. SMART PARK SYSTEMS
  41. SMART PROBE
  42. SONG HITS FAMILY KTV
  43. SWIFTFLOW TRUCKERS
  44. ST. PATRICK VILLAGE
  45. TECHNOLAB ANALYTICAL GROUP
  46. THE CHOCOLATE KISS CORP.
  47. ULTRA PETRONNE
  48. UNITED REGROWTH
  49. UY, NICOLAS AND ASSOCIATES
  50. VIRJEN SHIPPING
  51. VISTA DEL MAR RESORT
  52. VIRGO FINANCING
  53. ZARK’S FOOD CORP.

11 Reasons to be an IMG Member

by Coach Bobet Prudente

Two years ago, I “retired” from my corporate job, and planned to start my own business intelligence company. But something happened along the way.

I became an IMG member, and a happy warrior in the fight against poverty.

IMG started its mission to help Filipino families become financially free more than 18 years ago. Through the years, we helped Filipinos learn about money, provided access to hundreds of financial products, and helped many save money through discounts and rebates.

Here are eleven reasons to be among the more than one hundred thousand (100,000+) IMG members worldwide.

1. Financial education workshop

IMG has been giving free financial seminars for many years.

IMG recently launched its Global Campaign for Financial Literacy, and the target is one million financially literate families by 2020.There are now five new two-hour workshops on (1) increasing cash flow and debt management; (2) building a solid financial foundation and getting proper protection; (3) asset accumulation and growth; (4) asset and wealth preservation, and retirement planning; and (5) entrepreneurship.

IMG members get a FREE workbook to use in the workshops.

2. Free financial check-up

When you have questions/concerns about your health, you get a medical check-up. When you have car problems, you go get a car check-up.And if you have questions about your wealth and finances?

IMG members get FREE financial check-up from their trainers and mentors. Members sit beside their trainers to prepare personal financial needs analysis and create personal financial plan/blueprint.

Top 5 Reasons to be an IMG Member

1. Financial Workshops.
2. Financial Checkup
3. Asset Preservation Services.
4. Access and discounts to car, home and other non-life insurance.
5. Discount on real estate from SMDC, Ayala Land,DMCI and Vista Land.

3. Access to asset preservation services

We all strive to accumulate assets in our lifetime to pass to our family and next generation. And when God calls us home (unfortunately, sometimes a little sooner than expected), everybody tells our family they are sorry for the loss, but the government will first freeze your assets until your heirs pay up to 20% of the estate value in taxes.

Asset preservation is about an orderly transition of your assets to your heirs, according to your plans and wishes, and possibly about paying less taxes.IMG members have access to tools and services to setup corporations for asset preservation or other purposes through its corporate services partner company.

4. Discount on car, home, property, and other non-life insurance products

Do you need insurance for your home? Car? Equipment? Many people need insurance for many reasons, and sometimes it is a pain to get hold of the proper insurance agent, and pay sometimes expensive premiums.IMG members have access to a multitude of non-life insurance products from respected providers such as MAPFRE Insurance, QBE Insurance, Malayan Insurance, UCPB Gen, Prudential Guarantee, and many more.

IMG members also get discounts in the form of rebates on their own insurance requirements.If you own a business with non-life insurance requirements, the discounts on insurance alone is reason enough to be a member!

5. Discount from real estate companies

Many Filipinos eventually buy real estate, maybe a house and lot, or a condo, through a middleman such as a real estate agent or broker.IMG members buy directly from real estate giants like SM Development Company (SMDC), Ayala Land (ALI), Vistaland (VLL), and DMCI Homes, effectively bypassing the middlemen.

IMG members usually get another 2 to 3% discount on real estate purchases.On a P3M property, that is about 2% x P3,000,000 or P60,000.

Another reason to be an IMG member!

6. Access to affordable life insurance products and services

IMG members can enroll in its IMG group yearly renewable term plan with Philam Life, the biggest life insurance company in the Philippines. This plan is the most inexpensive in the market. For members below 36 years old, it costs about P3,600 ANNUAL premium to get a P1,000,000 life insurance coverage, with riders for accidental death, dismemberment and disablement (ADDD), including a P500,000 terminal illness benefit (TIB). That means a P1,000,000 coverage for as little as P10 a day.This is another benefit available to IMG members (with additional requirements).<

7. Access to short-term and long-term healthcare products and services

Most Philippine HMOs offer short term health care products to big companies for the benefit of their employees. This provides excellent healthcare to the generally young and healthy corporate employees while they are employed.Long term healthcare is like “pre-paid” healthcare.

Individuals pay for healthcare while they are relatively young and healthy and productive, planning to use the healthcare when they are old, sickly, unemployed or retired.Kaiser International Healthgroup Inc, a duly-accredited HMO in the Philippines (I think the third biggest HMO) registered as a Healthcare Provider and Accredited Broker for Other Health Care Companies, offers both short-term and long-term healthcare products, numerous corporate, schoool and government accounts ( House of Representatives, Court of Appeals, Public Attorney’s Office, Department of Agrarian Reform, Technological University of the Philippines, Honda Motor World, Makati Finance Corporation, Royal Oaks International School, Seminario de San Agustin, etc).

IMG members have access to innovative healthcare products from Kaiser International, Inc, including long term healthcare with investment component, and senior healthcare for age 61 – 100.

8. Enjoy zero load benefits to various mutual funds

Mutual funds are among the least understood secrets of the wealthy, mainly because mutual fund companies do not advertise or do much marketing. Yet, mutual funds are among the safest and easiest way to steadily grow your money.

The normal way to invest in these companies is to do your own research, choose, then go to each mutual fund company office, and pay up to 3.5% sales load (or commission) for those who handled the transaction.

IMG members can go to free mutual fund training and briefing sessions every month and discuss concerns with certified investment solicitors. Members consult other members, investment solicitors, even respected leaders in the mutual fund industry such as Rex Mendoza, found chairman of Rampver Financials to decide on which mutual funds to invest in.

Members can open mutual fund accounts for any of the 40+ mutual funds from Soldivo Funds, PhilEquity Management Inc (PEMO), PhilAm Asset management Inc(PAMI), First Metro Asset Management (FAMI), SunLife Financials, and ATRAM, from the IMG Financial Center in Makati, Cebu and Davao.AND the best part is….

IMG members enjoy ZERO load benefits when investing in any of these funds.

  • If you invest P100,000 directly in mutual fund through traditional channels, you may pay up to P3,500 in sales loads, effectively investing only P96,500.
  • If you invest P100,000 as an IMG members, through IMG, there is zero load and you invest the entire P100,000.

9. Business ownership program opportunity in the financial industry.

IMG members who want to increase their cashflow can earn extra income by helping other people save and invest, while keeping their job or business.Access to all of IMG’s partner companies is an optional business opportunity for members who could use it to build a career or big business in the financial industry.

Membership benefits.

6. Access to Life Insurance products.
7. Access to Healthcare products and services.
8. Access to mutual funds at ZERO load. Exclusive to IMG members.
9. Business Ownership program.
10. Opportunity to travel the world thru IMG business program.

10. Opportunities to travel the world for free through the IMG business program

IMG members who do the IMG business program and meet performance targets get subsidies to attend and enjoy the IMG local and international conventions, and free packages for international cruises.

11. Community of Savers and Investors

Enrolling in IMG means joining a community of savers and investors, enabling members to consult mentors, share experience and compare notes with other community members with similar values.
Truly Rich Maker

In IMG, you become friends with awesome people who will selflessly guide and encourage you to practice financial discipline in your journey to financial freedom.Enrolling in IMG means joining a community of savers and investors, enabling members to consult mentors.

If you want to lean more about IMG, you can start by attending our free seminar.

Fill out the form below to reserve your spot. Register early, there are limited slots available!

IMPORTANT:

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A few minutes after you submit your registration, you will receive, in the email address you provided, a confirmation email asking you if you submitted the information to this form. This is to ensure that you (and not just someone who used your email address) knowingly registered your name.

YOU MUST CLICK on the confirmation link to complete your registration.

After you have confirmed, we will send you E-Ticket mail. If you do not receive the confirmation mail, or e-ticket, please check your spam mail in case it got over-enthusiastic and discarded our mails.

Usual Schedules in Makati

  • Every (Tuesday) at 9:30am and 2:00pm and 7:00pm
  • Every (Thursday) at 9:30am and 2:00pm and 7:00pm
  • Every (Saturday) at 9:30am and 2:00pm and 7:00pm

Venue:
World Centre Bldg
Gil Puyat Ave (formerly Buendia)
Makati
(in front of Mapua)

Click here to register for the seminar in



Are You Ready To DOMINATE?

Something big is going to happen, the biggest IMG event of 2016 – The Convention of Champions 2016 at the SMX Mall of Asia Convention Center, on September 10-11!

Are you ready to change your financial life?
Are you ready to start saving and investing?
Are you ready to grow your income and build a big business in the financial industry?

Get ready to learn, be inspired and have fun!

Let us DOMINATE!

Convention Of Champions 2016

IMG’s biggest annual event is its Convention of Champions for IMG members worldwide. It is packed with dynamic training sessions and business building workshops, designed for both the new associates and established financial services professionals alike. The Convention of Champions is an opportunity to learn from some of the top motivational speakers in the financial industry. Past guest speakers have included championship coaches and business gurus.

This year’s convention features a gala night, dinner, entertainment and an awards night/dinner show on Saturday, September 10, plus an inspiring day-long seminar on Sunday, September 11.

Prominent preacher Bo Sanchez (also an IMG Senior Marketing Director), financial guru Rex Mendoza, and giant builders from the US and Canada (possibly including our master builder Xuan Nguyen himself!) will teach and motivate members during the Sunday session. They will share their journey to financial freedom, and how they built their business by helping other people learn about money.

We remember last year’s inspiring messages from our biggest builders!

“Whenever you go out to the field, you give hope to other people.”
– Bart Borja, Master Builder, IMG

“When you build with a builder’s mindset, sky is the limit!”
– Noel Arandilla, Master Builder, IMG

“I know, deep in my heart, my own advocacy to make Filipinos achieve financial security and prosperity always takes a step further whenever I am with IMG.”
– Rex Mendoza, Rampver Financials

“The more you dream, the further you get.
If you want to be the best, you have to be willing to do what other people are unwilling to do.”
– JB Nguyen, Master Builder World Financial Group

“At the end of the day, it all boils down to what you believe, and what you want to do in life.
That made me stronger in this business because our mission, our crusade, is really helping people, and when we help people, we help them from the heart.”
– Joen delas Penas, President, IMG

“Look at everything as TRAINING.”
– Bo Sanchez, preacher, IMG Senior Marketing Director

Witness another life-changing event.
Are you ready to make history?

Kaiser International HealthGroup Contact Numbers

Official contact numbers as of August 25, 2016

SMART

  • 0998-9591-088
  • 0998-9730-188

SUN

  • 0925-3029-888
  • 0925-3037-888
  • 0925-3039-888
  • 0942-216-1705

Globe

  • 0917-5642-398
  • 0917-5641-498
  • 0917-5641-598
  • 0917-5509-157

PLDT

  • 02-274-8202
  • 02-274-8203
  • 02-274-8205
  • 02-777-1036

Globelines

  • 02-623-7260
  • 02-504-8811
  • 02-504-8812
  • 02-504-8814

FAX

  • 02-811-1878

Enjoy Your SSS Pension – P1,200 per month?

by Bobet Prudente

Imagine retiring, and getting a pension of P1,200 per month.

If you read the newspapers, you probably remember the President was in the headlines in early 2016, for vetoing a proposed law raising the pension of SSS retirees by P2,000 per month. He said doing so will bankrupt the SSS fund.

It was such a distressing news. SSS could not afford to raise the pension by P2,000?

Maximum Contribution for 30 years

I computed how much I’d get as pension when I turn 60. I was a senior manager for more than 30 years, and hence paid the maximum SSS contribution for 30 years. Therefore, I expect the highest possible pension for 30 years contribution.

And the number I got was….. (drum roll please) ….. P 9,900 per month!

What?

How could a highly paid employee, paying maximum contribution for 30 years, survive on P9,900 per month when he retires?

But that is NOT the sad part. P9,900 is for those who paid maximum. How about those who paid less?

What if you paid for only 10 years?

There are Filipinos who paid less, and contributed for 10 only years.

The minimum pension after paying 10 years is P1,200 per month!
Can you imagine living with a pension equivalent to P40 PER DAY?

The maximum pension after paying 10 years is P6,400 per month.

What if you paid for more years?

If you contributed:

  • for 10 years, your pension will be P1,200 – P6,400 per month.
  • for 15 years, your pension will be P1,200 – P6,400 per month. (same as 10 years!)
  • for 20 years, your pension will be P2,400 – P6,700 per month.
  • for 30 years. your pension will be P2,400 – P9,900 per month.
  • for 40 years, your pension will be P2,400 – P13,100 per month.
  • for 45 years, your pension will be P2,400 – P14,700 per month.
Maximum SSS Pension after 20 Years of Contribution : P6,700

After contributing the maximum SSS premiums for 20 years, you will be eligible to a maximum pension of P6,700

We must build our own retirement fund!

Obviously, we can’t depend on the government or the SSS to provide us enough during our retirement. We must take control of our future, and build our own retirement fund. Otherwise, we might be among those who will retire with a P1,200 pension, or if you contribute the maximum premium for 30 years, P9,900 per month.

Do we want to prepare for your retirement?
We must take control of our future, so we will not retire dirt-poor.

Would you like to attend our free 1-hour “Building Your Future – Controlling Your Money” seminar in various locations, to get financial education?

After attending the Building Your Future seminar, you can attend workshops 1 to 4 at the
World Centre for FREE.

The third workshop is particularly interesting if you are planning to build your retirement fund.

Workshop #3. Building Wealth. Asset Accumulation.

  • Wealth Formula.
  • The Hidden Cost of Waiting.
  • The Rule of 72. Understanding Interest.
  • Peso Cost Averaging.
  • Mutual Funds.
  • Passive vs. Active Management.
  • Saving for your Children’s Education.

Plan to retire rich and retire happy!

p.s.
My wife Mary Ann and I conduct the “Building Your Future” financial seminars on Mondays at 2pm and 6pm in Quezon City.  Click here to register for our FREE seminar.

Take Charge of Your Children’s Future!

By Bobet Prudente

I remember 39 years ago, when I first enrolled at the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City. I was a full scholar and didn’t have to pay for tuition fee, but we were still assessed. And our typical assessment was about P300 tuition and fees for the entire semester. Not P300 per unit, it was about P300 for the entire semester.

UP Diliman

The Oblation at the University of the Phillipines in Diliman, Quezon City.
By Rinangel Buenavente, Crispin Sta. Ines [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Last January, my youngest son enrolled in the same campus at UP Diliman, and his tuition and other fees totalled P30,000. And I think UP has not increased tuition fees for at least 5 years.

Let us do the math.
* P300 x 10 = P3,000
* P300 x 100 = P30,000

In my lifetime, in 39 years, the tuition fee in my school increased 100 times, or about a compounded rate of 12.5% every year.

How much would YOU pay for YOUR children’s college education?

Most of you will be sending kids to college in less than 15 years, so maybe you will not pay 100x, but perhaps 8x to 10x what YOU paid when you were in college?

I talked to a seminar attendee a few weeks ago, and asked him how much he paid in college. He said, P15,000 tuition fee per semester.

Let us do the math again:

  • in 15 years, maybe tuition will increase only eight times.
  • P15,000 x 8 = P90,000 in one semester
  • P90,000 x 8 semesters = P720,000

And that is just for tuition. How about other school fees, transportation, allowance?
Let us say you spend another P280,000, and the cost of sending one child to college is P1,000,000.

If the basis is P30,000 (like what I paid in UP Diliman), the cost of sending one child to college in 15 years, will probably be P2,000,000

If you have two children, that is P2,000,000 to P4,000,000 you’ll be spending in 15 years.  Are you preparing to send your children to college?

Are you saving and investing so you’ll have an extra two to four million pesos in 15 years?  Are you saving enough, so you’ll have some money left over for your retirement?

Would you like learn ways to increase your cashflow, save and invest, so that you can send your children to college?

IMG launched a new seminar “Building Your Future” in January 2016 to help Filipino families achieve financial freedom through financial education, saving and investing. Our goal is to have 1 million financially educated families by 2020 ( hashtag #1M2020 )

Would you like to attend our free 1-hour “Building Your Future – Controlling Your Money” seminar in various locations, to get financial education?

Would you like to take charge of your children’s future?

#1M2020