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Dr. Johnny Sinon completed his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Santo Tomas College of Medicine and finished his residency training in Emergency Medicine serving as Chief Resident in MMC. He has also earned units for a Master in Hospital Administration degree from the Ateneo Graduate School of Business.

Johnny B. Sinon, MD

Dr. Johnny Sinon completed his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Santo Tomas College of Medicine and finished his residency training in Emergency Medicine serving as Chief Resident in MMC. He has also earned units for a Master in Hospital Administration degree from the Ateneo Graduate School of Business.

With a wealth of clinical experience in Emergency Medicine, he has held leadership positions in MakatiMed through the years. Dr. Sinon was Head of the Department of Emergency Medicine from 2005 to 2014. Prior to his appointment as Medical Director, he served as president of the Medical Staff Association (MSA) and Head of the MMC HealthHub.

He also served as Medical Director of International SOS (Philippines) Inc., a global medical and travel security assistance organization operating in 93 countries with 850 locations.

In the plans for Dr. Sinon’s term are a line-up of new projects. His goals include the strengthening of the hospital’s research projects and residency training program, the offering of regenerative medicine, which is a growing medical trend, and collaborating with academic institutions for the research programs.

“We will continue ensuring that we deliver the best medical care to our patients,” he adds. “The focus will always be on providing quality and safe healthcare for all.”

The hospital’s corporate social responsibility remains a priority for the Medical Director. Along with continuing the medical missions, Dr. Sinon hopes to strengthen and rationalize MakatiMed’s Health Service Program, its charity program for indigent members of the community.

Dr. Sinon is working towards all these while continuing part-time clinical practice during off-hours, in order to keep up with current medical practice.

“At the end of my term as Medical Director, I envision Makati Medical Center to be top-of-mind for everyone needing world-class healthcare of international standards.” he says.
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