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Healthway dominates clinic network in PH

Ayala Corporation’s Healthway Medical will expand its network to over 100 Family, Multi-Specialty, and Corporate Clinics, to become the largest network of clinics in the country.

As the integrated clinic arm of Ayala Healthcare Holdings, Inc (AC Health), Healthway said it aims to offer a broader set of quality, accessible, and affordable healthcare services, covering primary to multi-specialty care.

These services will be delivered across three distinct clinic formats: Healthway Family Clinics for community-based primary care, Healthway Multi-Specialty Centers for mall-based specialty services and diagnostics, and Healthway Corporate Clinics for corporate clients.

Healthway will soon have a network of 70 Healthway Family Clinics, 7 Healthway Multi-Specialty Centers, and 45 Healthway Corporate Clinics, located across the Greater Metro Manila Area.

“We are excited to integrate our clinic network under the Healthway brand. For over 20 years, the Healthway name has become synonymous to quality healthcare and has been well-regarded by patients and medical professionals,” AC Health President and CEO Paolo Borromeo said.

He noted that, “Our clinics play such a vital role in our ecosystem, serving as the first point of care for many of our patients, especially in this pandemic. With this expansion, we can truly be wherever our patients need us.”

Healthway Family Clinic, formerly FamilyDOC, will continue to be a 3-in-1 community-based primary clinic, offering consultation, diagnostics, and pharmacy services.

Healthway Multi-Specialty Center, formerly Healthway Medical, will complement these primary care services with its comprehensive range of outpatient services including specialty consults, imaging, laboratory, specialized diagnostics, ambulatory surgical services, dental services, and physical therapy.

“Expanding Healthway has pushed us to create more synergies amidst this new normal. We have innovated our service offerings, bringing consults, testing, and medicines direct to patients’ homes,” Healthway President and CEO Paul Darroca said.

He added that, “Even as we have ramped up our COVID services, we know our patients will still need other healthcare services, and we’ve worked hard to ensure our clinics are a safe place for them to get the care they need.”

To improve access to care during this health crisis, Healthway has proactively responded by offering COVID-19 RT-PCR testing, home healthcare services, drive-thru lab testing, and outpatient chemotherapy infusion. To promote preventive care, the clinic network has also offered vaccination programs and medicine delivery.

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