June 10, 2018

Medical Professionals in Manila: Dr. Marc Domini Abad

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  • As an expat, there are basic necessities that you need to know to have a comfortable stay in the Philippines. Apart from food, transportation means, and emergency hotlines, it is important to be aware of health services around the metro. This includes finding a physician who can help you about your health conditions as you live in the Philippines.

    Get to know Dr. Marc Abad in this medical feature.

    Marc Domini Abad, MD, FPSGS, FPCS

    Dr. Abad is a general surgeon by profession. He graduated with a BS degree in Medical Technology at the University of Santo Tomas, took his MD at the University of the East- Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center, and his residency training at East Avenue Medical Center.

    He has been in the profession for about four years now. For him, being a surgeon is one of the best specializations to venture in primarily because, in being a surgeon, you can address almost all the scopes of the specialty. Some of the challenges he faces are having difficult and complicated cases like dealing with trauma patients, and patients who can’t afford undergoing surgeries when deemed necessary.

    His advice for people who would want to venture into the field of medicine is “being a doctor is not only a profession but also about helping people who need you.” As a general surgeon, Dr. Abad does basic operations and offers services like appendectomy, breast surgery, emergency procedures, colon and thyroid cancer screening, surgery, and treatment.

    Make an appointment:

    Healthway Medical Clinic
    Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati City
    Friday: 1 pm to 3 pm; Sunday: 3 pm to 5 pm
    Contact No: 02-720-6109/ 02-772-3527

    St. Clare’s Medical Center
    Room 206, Dian St., Makati City
    Monday: 8 am to 10 am; Wednesday: 1 pm to 2 pm
    Unihealth Paranaque Hospital and Medical Center
    Room 726, Sucat Road, Paranaque City
    Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: 3 pm to 5 pm

    This first appeared on Philippine Primer English Magazine’s July 2018 issue.

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