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DLSMC patients and guests stay connected with free Smart Charging stations

Present at the turnover ceremony were (from left) James Jorge, Smart senior manager for Consumer Marketing; Clark Macabebe, Smart Center head/AVP, Regional Customer Development; Eriene Lao, DLSMC chief information officer; Raul Pagdanganan, DLSMC president and CEO; Gabby Cui, Smart Center head/AVP, Community Development and Partnerships; and Kitten Perez, DLSMC corporate communications manager.

Smart Communications, Inc. continues to deliver modernization programs to the public by launching the free charging stations to its partner hospitals. On November 5, a turnover ceremony was held at the De Los Santos Medical Center (DLSMC), the first Metro Pacific Hospital recipient for this program.

This collaboration aims to strengthen public service through technical assistance and highlight the role of technology as a means of communication. Through these charging stations, hospital patients and guests can now continuously stay in touch with their loved ones, most especially in times of emergency.

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