About Marikina City Health Office
The Marikina City Health Office (Marikina Healthy City Center or MHCC) is a testament to the City's prominence as a healthy city advocate and an affirmation on its commitment on maintaining an excellent reputation in various health endeavors. Situated in the business and government center of the City, this 6-storey edifice serves as the pivotal point of health care services. It is where preventive and curative services meet.
Among the services provided by the Center are health exhibit and educational forum, general medical and dental check-up, specialty clinics, health services for the elderly and the youth, rehabilitation services for disabled and special children, blood donation, nutrition counseling and family planning services. It also houses the City Health Office, the main administrative office for public health services.
Inaugurated in July 25, 2008, the MHCC is one of the modern landmarks of Marikina that epitomizes being a healthy city.
Providing health care services to the community particularly the poor and vulnerable groups (lactating mothers, malnourished children, school children, pregnant mothers, etc.) so that they can contribute actively, productively and participate meaningfully in community life, practicing healthy lifestyles.
A united, cooperative and highly professional staff of health care delivery workers whose focus and passion is to help the community become a conducive, healthful and productive environment using the most modern technology and health care delivery systems to respond to the needs of its members, thereby making the CHO a model office that is respected, trusted and recognized by the officials and loved by the community.