|Quirino Memorial Medical Center, a national government funded medical center under the Department of health headed by Dr. Rosalinda F. Arandia, celebrates 50 fruitful and meaningful years of health and medical care delivery to the people.
More popularly known as "Labor Hospital", the QMMC formally opened its doors to the public on August 15, 1953. It was the only government hospital of its kind in Quezon City when it was first established. Its beginning forty years ago can be traced from its name which bears identification with the working force as the major beneficiary of its medical services. Its primary purpose of reaching out to the sick and infirm was achieved in line with the late President Elpidio Quirino’s social amelioration program.
Today, the hospital has expanded to a 250-bed capacity medical center with an-increasing out-patient cases averaging to 400 daily. True to its objectives, the Quirino Memorial Medical Center, being a government-supported institution, is committed to serve all patients regardless of creed, color or socio-economic status.