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Oh, hospital owners, hear our prayer;

We, the regulatory officers, ought to inspect and monitor the following; the dietary preparation for patients in lieu of the foods and drinks offered to us, look into the manner of their accommodation instead of ours, see how they are welcomed in health facility more than our pompous welcome and to be compassionate to them more than to anybody else.

Upon issuance of LTO, your hospital becomes a Center of Safety, so keep the patients , as well as your employees, safe and secure and, if possible, satisfied and happy.

Your LTO is not intended for operating a detention cell, so avoid detaining the patients if they cannot pay the hospital bills.

We are pleading you to follow the assessment tool based on the rules and regulations.

Otherwise, it will compel us to finally seek the LTO’s  revocation.

So help us and your personnel, oh hospital owners.

Amen.

DOH-CHD V Regulatory Officers-

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