St. Luke's Medical Center Foundation, Inc.
Your gift will go to the diagnosis, treatment, surgery, or hospitalization of needy patients.
Communities will be reached by medical missions and health advocacy campaigns.
Gifted students from poor families will fulfill their dreams of becoming doctors.
Filipino doctors can learn the latest medical techniques from the best universities and hospitals in the world.
Medical and healthcare research to discover new cures or provide new ways to manage protocols for illnesses will be funded.
Your GIFT means LIFE.

Who We Are

The St. Luke's Medical Center Foundation, Inc. (SLMCFI) was established on 28 August 2012 as a non-stock, non-profit organization and serves as the corporate social responsibility arm of St. Luke's Medical Center.

OUR WORK

SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAM

Our Social Service Program enables less privileged Filipinos equitable access to world class medical services of St. Luke's, at little or no cost to them.

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MEDICAL EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP AND CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

The Medical Education Scholarship and Continuing Medical Education Program benefit the students and doctors of the St. Luke's College of Medicine-William H. Quasha Memorial and the St. Luke's Medical Center.

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MEDICAL OUTREACH PROGRAM

Medical and Surgical outreach programs allow our practitioners to provide services to urban and rural villages who have no access to basic healthcare.

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RESEARCH PROGRAM

We provide funding for research projects specifically those that will have the greatest impact on public health and the poor.

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NEWS

7 Students Bag St. Luke’s Med Education Grant

The St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation Inc. has announced the names of seven students who successfully qualified to its Medical Education Grant starting Academic Year 2019-2020. They are: Mart Almer P. Medina (De La Salle – Lipa City), Sidney Christian Montas (UST -Legazpi City Albay), Annalyn Grace E. Pancho (MSU-IliganInstitute of Technology), Shaine Dominique C. […]

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Kids, Adults Troop to Ngipin Mo – Alagang St. Luke’s, Year 4

For the fourth consecutive year, the Department of Dentistry and Oral Surgery Services (DOSS), together with St. Luke’s Foundation, the Outpatient Department (OPD) and the Medical Social Services Department, conducted the free dental clinic “Ngipin Mo-Alagang St. Luke’s.”This activity culminated the celebration of the Annual National Dental Health Month of February which was conducted along […]

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St. Luke’s, Project Liwanag Reach Out to Aeta Communities

The St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation and the Support and Services Division of St. Luke’s – Global City have teamed up with Project Liwanag to reach out and conduct community programs to the indigenous people of Aeta in Capas Tarlac. A big group of volunteers from these organizations trekked rocky and slippery paths, crossed mountain […]

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