May 22, 2024

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CDC, Pag-IBIG, PhilHealth, Mabalacat City renew partnership for Clark’s one-stop center

By Justine Rich Talusan

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CLARK Development Corporation (CDC), Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG), Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) and the Mabalacat City local government unit have renewed their partnership to enhance government services at the One Stop Processing Center (OSPC) in Clark Freeport.

According to attorney Agnes VST Devanadera, CDC president and CEO, the agreement adopts a whole-of-government approach, streamlining operations and expanding service offerings at the OSPC.

“By consolidating services at the OSPC, we simplify the process for our constituents, reducing their burden and enhancing their experience with government agencies available in Clark,” Devanadera said.

She said the CDC will provide infrastructure support, while Mabalacat City LGU, Pag-IBIG, and PhilHealth will collaborate to ensure uninterrupted service provision.

The collaborative approach simplifies administrative processes, enables Pag-IBIG to offer housing and financing services, and allows PhilHealth to provide health insurance and related services, all in one location, reducing redundancy and bureaucratic hurdles.

Also present during the event were key government officials, including Pag-IBIG’s deputy chief executive officer Alexander Hilario Aguilar, PhilHealth’s acting branch manager PRO III Rowena Zabat-San Mateo, Mabalacat City’s acting civil registrar Tyrone Justin Gueco, and CDC’s assistant vice president for External Affairs Department Rommel Narciso.