Meycauayan Branch

Last updated on August 4, 2020

Map of Bulacan with Meycauayan highlighted

Lying at the northwest border of Metro Manila, Meycauayan is a self-contained gentle City popularly acclaimed as the “Hub of Jewelry in Bulacan” with traditionally crafted and low-priced jewelries as a major part of its economy.

Over the years, Meycauayan has likewise transformed itself into a hub of leather goods, produced by a good number of leather tanneries in the place. On top of all these, the city is known to manufacture wooden shoes and native bolos (long, heavy Filipino knives with single-edged blade for multi-purpose use, including as weapon.) Indeed, with its varied business concerns, the City of Meycauayan is now the economic, industrial, commercial, financial and educational center of southern Bulacan.

CareHealth Plus chose to be identified with that center, putting up its branch office at the 3rd Floor, Aliw Cinema Complex, MacArthur Highway, Calvario, Meycauayan City with email address Pioneer Branch Manager OLIVIA R. GINO-GINO jump-started the branch and has been on a roll increasing and developing the growing number of Meycaueños resolutely sharing the company’s vision of Total Lifecare For All with the urban community.

A registered nurse, Aden Glo Noemi S. Aaron, RN, stays on top of her responsibilities as Care & Operations Assistant addressing the multifarious needs of sales personnel and Members alike. Meycauayan’s city motto is Taas Noo Sa Pagbabago! CareHealth Plus – Meycauayan adopts the self-same adage to advance its objective of changing the mind-set of the populace towards a better healthcare consciousness. With head unbowed and with Taas Noo, Division Head & Assistant Vice President Khandido “Dindo” R. Mollo, Jr. provides a guiding light for the branch as it trailblazes its path to success.

The 1578 Parish Church of St. Francis of Assisi and the patio (almost sunset photo).
Ramon FVelasquez – Own work CC BY-SA 3.0
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Created: 3 January 2012

Old folks declare that Meycauayan’s name originates from two Tagalog words “may kawayan” literally meaning “with bamboo.” During its early years, the place was characterized with wide tracts of plain land where bamboo plants proliferated. Bamboo features its natural characteristic of being resilient – it sways as it bends and it never gives in even as it continually adapts to changing weather conditions. The same analogy is presented by Marketing Group Head & Vice President Magi M. Martinez as he guides CareHealth Plus – Meycauayan towards eventual success.

3rd Floor, Aliw Cinema Complex MacArthur Highway, Calvario, Meycauayan Bulacan

Branch Manager
Olivia R. Gino-Gino
Care & Operations Assistant
Aden Glo Noemi S. Aaron, RN

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