The Tebow CURE Hospital, located in J.P. Laurel Avenue, has received its official operating license from the Department of Health and began receiving patients this week, according to the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Although the official grand opening will not happen until Spring 2015, the hospital is already receiving children with critical orthopedic needs of families who cannot otherwise afford treatment. The hospital will serve children with orthopedic conditions such as clubfoot, bowed legs, cleft palate and many other congenital limb abnormalities.
Tebow CURE Hospital is a five-storey, 30-bed facility with three operating rooms that specialize in pediatric orthopedic surgeries. It has a staff of 54.
At the moment, 17 of the hospital’s 30 beds are available to provide care for children from low-income families.
“I was born in the Philippines while my parents served as missionaries, and I have always had a great love and passion for the Filipino people,” said Tim Tebow, Founder of the Tim Tebow Foundation. “It is so exciting to be able to provide healing and care for these incredibly deserving children halfway around the world.”
Tebow CURE Hospital’construction commenced in January 2012 and completed in September 2014.
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