We are the largest group of private hospitals and other healthcare facilities in the Philippines, with 23 hospitals like Makati Medical Center, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Asian Hospital and Medical Center, Riverside Medical Center, and Davao Doctors Hospital, as well as 26 outpatient care Centers, 6 cancer care centers, 2 allied health colleges, and a centralized laboratory – all of them embodying medical excellence and providing compassionate care.
We’ve etched it into our very identity: Filipino service that comes from the heart. In three strokes, the MPH Heart captures our commitment to compassionate care. Within it, the initials of Metro Pacific Health are embedded. “Metro Pacific” proclaims our pride in being affiliated with one of Asia’s biggest and most esteemed investment groups, while “Health” announces the beginning of our journey to integrate hospital care with virtual care, mobile care, and home care. The middle stroke is a check mark, guaranteeing the quality of our patient-centered care. Its red signifies warmth and empathy.
MPH began its journey of building the country's largest network of private hospitals with its first investment in 2007 in Makati Medical Center, a premier hospital name in the country, established in 1969 by the who's who in Philippine medicine.
A year later, MPH welcomed the opportunity to invest in Davao Doctors Hospital, the largest and most reputable private hospital, founded also in 1969, in the large island of Mindanao.
Also in 2008, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila selected MPH to manage and operate Cardinal Santos Medical Center, largely considered as the best hospital serving the predominatnly Filipino-Chinese community in Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila.
In 2010, MPH invested next in Dr. Pablo O. Torre Memorial Hospital, also known as Riverside Medical Center, the leading hospital in Negros Island in the Visayas, founded as early as 1959 by Dr. Pablo Torre.
Also in 2010, the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit (SSpS) chose MPH to manage and operate the Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Sta. Mesa, Manila - another hospital with an established reputation in the field of OB-Gyne.
With the decision of the Thailand-based Bumrungrad group to withdraw from its regional posts in 2011, MPH was able to acquire Bumrungrad's controlling stake in premier Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Alabang, Mutinlupa, a young hospital but the first in the country to raise the bar to US standards.
MPH invested in De Los Santos Medical Center in 2013 to become the partner of the family of founder, and considered Father of Philippine Orthopedics, Dr. Jose De Los Santos.
Later that year, MPH planted its first flag in Central Luzon with its investment in Central Luzon Doctors Hospital, the largest hospital in Tarlac Province.
In 2015, MPH formed a wholly owned company to lease the land, buildings and equipment of Western Mindanao Medical Center in Zamboanga City to launch West Metro Medical Center.
Later that year, MPH invested in another premier name in the healthcare industry, this time Manila Doctors Hospital in Ermita, Manila - another hospital with a long and rich tradition since its founding in 1956.
MPH's second hospital in Central Luzon happened in 2016 with Sacred Heart Hospital of Malolos, a partnership with the family that founded and operated this since 1968.
Within the same year, MPH invested in young but fast growing Marikina Valley Medical Center, the first venture in the eastern side of Metro Manila.
In 2017, MPH turned to growing a niche player in maternity and women's health with an investment in Dr. Jesus Delgado Memorial Hospital in Kamuning, Quezon City.
Also in 2017, MPH locked in its 3rd hospital in Mindanao with an investment in St. Elizabeth Hospital in General Santos, South Cotabato.
In 2019, MPH expanded its Mindanao footprint with its investment in Manuel J. Santos Hospital in Butuan City, Caraga, MPH's 4th hospital in Mindanao.
MPH invested in 2020 in Los Baños Doctors Hospital and Medical Center, the first foray in Southern Luzon.
Also in 2020, MPH obtained its second hospital in the Visayas with an investment in family-owned and household name Ramiro Community Hospital in Bohol.
Still in 2020, and despite the raging pandemic, MPH expanded its reach in the province of Laguna with its investment in Calamba Medical Center, easily one of the best hospitals in Southern Luzon.
In 2021, MPH completed its investment in another young but fast growing hospital in the northern edge of Quezon City, Metro Manila - Commonwealth Hospital and Medical Center.
MPH continues to prove itself as the leading hospital network in the country as it acquires Howard Hubbard Memorial Hospital in 2022 — the 5th hospital in Mindanao, and 20th hospital in their network.
In July 2023, MPH brought its expert, compassionate care to Cavite. Its first hospital in the province catering to Imus and Bacoor’s roughly one million residents.
Established in 1992, ADH is an established hospital in Antipolo dedicated to continually provide medical excellence and committed in expanding its quality care services to better serve its developing patient community.
In November, MPH completed the acquisition of LUDHMC, the network’s 23rd hospital nationwide and its 5th in Southern Luzon. With such a capable 95-bed level-2 hospital, residents of Lucena and the rest of Quezon Province no longer have to travel to Manila to experience MPH’s expert, compassionate care.
We deliver integrated quality healthcare services that are accessible and sustainable.
We provide excellent and holistic care with compassion.
We help develop competent medical and clinical professionals.
We contribute to nation building by enabling a healthier Philippines.
We will be the leading and most valued integrated healthcare network in the Philippines, delivering high-quality, sustainable, compassionate, patient-centered care.
We will be recognized as one of Asia's most innovative and trusted healthcare providers.
We care for our patients with compassion. We take good care of our doctors and employees and help them grow with us. We treat our customers and partners with respect. We believe in collaboration and shared leadership.
We uphold the highest standards of safety and quality. We deliver excellent outcomes in all that we do.
We continuously improve the way we work, and the way we care for our patients.
We use the resources entrusted to us efficiently and effectively. We give back to the communities we wish to serve.
We are always worthy of the trust of our stakeholders as we conscientiously do the right things right every time.