Tuesday, August 25, 2009

new address, new technology, new directions

Today's been a flurry of activities, inaugurations and dedications all over the university. At the Medical Center we had the blessing and dedication of the Palmore Circle, the rotunda in front of the main hospital, in honor of mission workers James and Mimi Palmore. The Medical Arts Building has a new address, it's now at 1 Palmore Circle, Silliman University, while the main hospital building is at 2 Palmore Center and the SUMS is at 3 Palmore Circle.

The new digital imaging system of the Medical Center was also launched with radiologist Dr. Chiu giving us a demonstration of the state of the art capabilities of the new x-ray system.

Then there was the thanksgiving and turnover ceremony of a numerous medical equipment donated by SU Alumni in North America; so numerous that it filled up one huge container van and took several days for the hospital staff to sort and ready for distribution to various communities in the province.

And on Saturday, the New Medical Arts Building will be the dedication and blessing of the New Medical Arts Building, which is now fully operational.

We're moving up,Dumaguete!

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