Olongapo Branch

Last updated on August 5, 2020

Ulo ng Apo Monument
Ramon FVelasquez – Own work CC BY-SA 3.0
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Created: 2 December 2013

Although considered disastrous, two major events in 1991 gave rise to the present-day character of Olongapo City – the catastrophic eruption of Mt. Pinatubo and the subsequent withdrawal of the US Naval Base from the place.

Unfazed by the devastating effects of the two events, the City took stock of its resources, went on auto-pilot mode and, with an organized strong corps of 8,000 volunteers, launched an aggressive economic impetus program resulting in the accelerated development of their “Sin City” effectively transforming it into the Subic Bay Freeport Zone(SBFZ), a prime industrial and tourism zone in the country. The abandoned US Naval Air Station at Cubi Point has metamorphosed into the modern-day Subic International Airport.

Subic Bay International AirportAn aerial view of the runway and flight line of the U.S. Naval Air Station Cubi Point, Philippines, on 6 February 1988.
PH2(NAC) David Sanner, U.S. Navy – This media is available in the holdings of the 
National Archives and Records Administration, cataloged under the National Archives Identifier (NAID) 6482943.
Public Domain File:Aerial view of the U.S. Naval Air Station Cubi Point, Philippines, on 6 February 1988 (6482943).jpg Created: 6 February 1988 Location: 14° 47′ 41.57″ N, 120° 16′ 20.03″ E

Olongapo City is recognized as a Business Friendly City. Among several notable awards, the city has been cited for its outstanding performance in its local health programs along with its best-run City Hospital.

In a move to complement the city’s advocacy in optimizing healthcare consciousness in the urban community, CareHealth Plus launched its CareHealth Plus-Olongapo branch office at the 2nd Floor, VMV Building along 54 Gordon Avenue, New Asinan, Olongapo City with office landline (047) 611 3110 and email address olongapobranch@carehealthplus.com. Pioneer Branch Manager, now Area Marketing Manager, Luz “Luchie” Mari D. Cabral, has harnessed an appreciably strong corps of dedicated Sales Agency Managers, Sales Group Managers and Sales Counselors to take up the cudgels for the company to share and spread its vision of Total Lifecare For All within the local community of Olongapeños and among the myriad businesses and industries sprouting in and populating the prime zone in the province of Zambales. AMM Luchie is ably supported by the branch office team of Queen Esther Manlutac (Assistant Branch Manager), Lester S. Arceno (Area Marketing Consultant) and Jaya Maia P. Sarmiento, PTRP (Care & Operations Assistant/Liaison Officer). Unfailing guidancein overall branch operations comes from a tandem of experienced and indefatigable Supervisors – Division Head & Senior Assistant Vice President Robert C. Tubera and Marketing Group Head Noel B. Yap, First Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer-Regular Sales.

2nd Floor, VMV Building, 54 Gordon Avenue, New Asinan, Olongapo City
Contact Nos.
(047) 611 3110

Area Marketing Head
Luz Mari D. Cabral
Assistant Branch Manager
Queen Esther Manlutac
Area Marketing Consultant
Lester S. Arceno

Our Lady of Lourdes International Medical Center
(047) 222 9011| 02 RH5 National Hwy, Barrio Baretto, Olongapo, Zambales
Ridon’s St. Jude Medical Center
(047) 2225833| 18th St., East Bajac Bajac, Olongapo City
James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital
0919 515 1323| Rizal Avenue Extension, New Asinan, Olongapo, 2200
Baypointe Hospital and Medical Center
(047) 250 6070| Dewey Ave, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo, Zambales