Two PhilHealth Board Members Take Oath

HEALTH Secretary Dr. Paulyn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial today administered the oath of office to two (2) new members of the Board of Directors of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) in Pasig City. 

Ubial (left) swears into office Ferrer (middle) and Salvador

Sworn into office were Dr. Roy B. Ferrer and Dr. Roberto M. Salvador Jr. during the Board’s meeting at the PhilHealth Head Office.  Ferrer takes over from Karen Ida Villanueva as representative of the Employers’ Sector, while Salvador assumes the reins from Atty. Noel Palomado as representative of PhilHealth members in the Formal Economy. 

Ferrer is a BS Biology graduate from the Ateneo de Davao University and obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Davao Medical School Foundation. He has a Master of Science degree in Internal Medicine, Major in Diabetology from the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center – Institute for Studies on Diabetes Foundation. From Year 2000 up to his appointment as PhilHealth Board Member, Ferrer was a Medical Consultant at the Ricardo Limso Medical Center in Davao City. He worked as Medical Specialist from 1993 to 2009, and as Medical Officer IV at the Davao Medical Center from 1997 to 1999.  He was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Central Lab Diabetes, Wellness, Heart and Kidneys, Inc.  and eventually became its Chief Finance Officer. 

He is a Fellow and President of the Davao Chapter of the Philippine Society of Medical Specialists in Government Service, an affiliate society of the Philippine Medical Association (PMA).  For four (4) years, he also served as Board Member of the Stroke Society of the Philippines – Davao Chapter. 

Salvador earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Manila Central University – FDTMF in Caloocan City. Before he was appointed as PhilHealth Board Member, he was a Medical Officer at the Bureau of Quarantine of the Department of Health. Earlier, he was a medical consultant for adult and pediatric infections and tropical diseases at the Castro General Hospital and Sto. Nino General Hospital, both in Bulacan; at the Sagrada Familia General Hospital in Pampanga; and at St. Lazarus Medical and Surgical Clinic in Sta. Cruz, Manila.

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