Medical center, new condotel to be built at the Lakeshore

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FLAGSHIP RESIDENCES. Architect’s perspective of the Lakeshore Lighthouse Residences in Mexico City. (photo added)

MODEL UNIT.  Architect Brian John Mangio shows off a model unit of the Lighthouse Residences.  (Chris Navaro)

MODEL UNIT. Architect Brian John Mangio shows off a model unit of the Lighthouse Residences. (Chris Navaro)

HAVEN OF HEALING.  (L-R) Lakeshore Medical Center Medical Director Dr Augusto Galang, Mexico Vice Mayor Rodensio Gonzales, COO and General Manager Dr Carmelo Cabornida, Representative of Pampanga Governor Angie Blanco, President Dr Arnold Dino Granda, Representative of Pampanga Aurelio Gonzales Jr. , President Emeritus Architect Nestor Mangio and President Dr. Ramon Katigbak led the groundbreaking work on the Lakeshore Medical Cemter and Lighthouse Residences at Lakeshore, Mexico, in Pampanga on Sunday.  (Chris Navaro)

HAVEN OF HEALING. (L-R) Lakeshore Medical Center Medical Director Dr Augusto Galang, Mexico Vice Mayor Rodensio Gonzales, COO and General Manager Dr Carmelo Cabornida, Representative of Pampanga Governor Angie Blanco, President Dr Arnold Dino Granda, Representative of Pampanga Aurelio Gonzales Jr. , President Emeritus Architect Nestor Mangio and President Dr. Ramon Katigbak led the groundbreaking work on the Lakeshore Medical Cemter and Lighthouse Residences at Lakeshore, Mexico, in Pampanga on Sunday. (Chris Navaro)

A modern integrated medical and wellness center surrounded by lush greenery and a relaxing 12-hectare lake that complements a chic residential development will soon come to life at the Lakeshore here.

Ground-breaking ceremonies for Lakeshore Medical Center (TLMC) and The Lighthouse Residences were held July 24, led by Lakeshore Developer Architect Nestor S. Mangio, government officials and physicians.

Pampanga Third District Representative Aurelio “Dong” Gonzales, Special Assistant to Governor Dennis Pineda Angie Blanco, Vice Mayor Rodensio Gonzales, TLMC President Dino Granda, TLMC President Dr. Ramon Katigbak and TLMC director Dr. Augusto joined Mangio at the groundbreaking ceremonies. Galange.

The project will include the construction of a modern and well-equipped hospital with a capacity of 200 beds as a flagship development; residential condominiums and condotel; medical arts building and mall; wellness and longevity medical spa; immune cell therapy; hyperbaric oxygen therapy; medicine School; Assisted living facility; retirement home/hospice; and a center for geriatric medicine.

The 1.3 billion peso hospital will house modern medical facilities and sub-specialty disciplines as well as dedicated centers and institutes, including kidney and kidney transplant institute, heart institute, cancer institute, stroke neurology center, trauma and rehabilitation center, advanced center. state-of-the-art operating rooms, modern and well-equipped radiology department, nuclear medicine and a modern emergency department.

The medical center will also have fully equipped and modern ambulances, where treatment can be started while in transit. This is a helicopter-ready facility to accept airlift services. Its operating room will be fully equipped to handle vascular, cardiovascular, abdominal, trauma, oncology, neurosurgical and urological surgeries, among others.

Other general services and sub-specialties such as gastroenterology, nephrology, endocrinology, pulmonology, infectious diseases, obstetrics and gynecology and pediatrics will be available. It will also house an intensive care unit, intensive care unit and possibly a stroke unit.

To supplement service delivery and manage basic and difficult healthcare cases, TLMC will build condominium and condo towers called The Lighthouse Residences worth 2.4 billion pesos.

These towers will be connected to the medical center and the emergency room by a bridge. Each room will be equipped with a “red phone” or intercom system directly connected to the emergency room or emergency response concierge.

During this time, the main door, bathrooms, floor and switches will be adapted to accommodate patients. There will be oxygen piping and a vacuum system in each unit if the owners of the unit have their patients live with them.

Exercise and physical activity podiums, open and lush gardens, swimming pools and other amenities will also be provided.

Condominiums and condotels will also be available to guests for stays away from the metropolis to rest and commune with nature.

A medical school will also be constructed to meet the project’s operational manpower demands, including its future full capacity demands for practicing physicians and allied health professionals.

Construction work is expected to begin in October. The target completion date for The Lighthouse Residences is December 2024, while The Lakeshore Medical Center is expected to open in 2025.

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