Pagadian City Medical Center
The Pagadian City Medical Center has its roots in a small outpatient facility called Sto. Nino Clinic. The establishment served its patients steadily as a small clinic until it found the opportunity to grow into a six-bed hospital. Astoundingly, the clinic became more successful as a small hospital.
About five years later, in 1996, the Sto. Nino Clinic was transformed into the Pagadian City Medical Center. It started as a three-storey Primary Hospital, catering Middle class through quality service at affordable rates. Through the years, the hospital has grown, inviting more Medical Practitioners, Improving the services, and continuously adding Modern Facilities and Technology.
Today the Pagadian City Medical Center stands as a Tertiary Hospital accredited by Department of Health (DOH) and PhilHealth with 100-bed capacity. It also finds itself in a position of being the Top Private Hospital in Pagadian City, a second class city in Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines.