Manila Sanitarium and Hospital (Pasay City, Manila, PH)

A tertiary, acute-care hospital with a capacity of 152 beds and 19 bassinets operated by the North Philippine Union Mission at Pasay City, a suburb of Metro Manila, Philippines. The institution is affiliated with the Adventist Health Services/Asia of the Far Eastern Division. Early Medical Work. Seventh-day Adventist medical work in the Philippines began in 1928, when a physician, H. A. Hall, arrived in Manila, and with the aid of three nurses—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jeys and Mrs. E. A. Moon, wife of the manager of the Philippine Publishing House—opened a dispensary on the first floor of one of the two SDA mission houses located at the corner of Vermont and Indiana streets in Malate, a district of Manila. The work at first was carried on mainly for the SDA constituents who lived in Manila...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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Pasay City, Manila