Say "Wellness Center”, and everyone immediately associates it with spa treatments and traditional medicine. Yet, Metafactor is backed by a certain philosophy and a fresh twist – putting together dermatological, dental, gym, spa, and rehab facilities under one massive roof.
Not sure where to find trusted doctors in the Megacity? We have a list for you.
Health Care in the Megacity is generally very good. Nurses and Doctors are well educated and a substantial amount of those educated in the country work abroad, in clinics in Europe, the United States and the Middle East. In comparison to other Southeast Asian countries, there is no need to leave the country for serious illnesses. If there is a need for a second opinion, there is still the opportunity to board a three-hour flight to Singapore.
Bacterial diarrhea, typhoid fever, hepatitis A, dengue fever, and leptospirosis are at the top of the list of infectious tropical diseases in the Philippines. For a safe trip it is important to know the risk, the symptoms, and how to get vaccines in the Philippines.
French culture and language institute Alliance Française celebrates the non-governmental organization Doctors Without Borders with a photo exhibit and film screenings.
The event presents MSF's response to Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan emergency and highlighting the stories of our Filipino field workers, their pain, joy and reality of working in emergencies.
The 'Megacitizens Stammtisch' is growing more international every month. Twenty people from ten different countries joined the Expat-Get-Together in July to exchange ideas, discuss the latest developments in the Metro as well as to share their thoughts on the set topic 'Trust It!'.