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We, at HealthCore, aim to assist the various stakeholders involved in international healthcare management, medical and wellness tourism, and retirement services–to achieve global competitiveness, excellent patient service and outcomes, and enhanced bottom line–through education, international accreditation, and strategic approaches.
Tel: (632) 32242132 | Fax: (632) 32242133
Level 10-1 Fort Legend Tower, 31st Street & 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, 1634 Philippines
Johnny is the Chairman of the Philippines-India Business Council (PIBC), a subsidiary designated “India Desk” under the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI). He has been working on bringing the Philippines and India together, way back from 2002, officially beginning during his term as President for the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Philippines). He is also the appointed Country Chair for the ASEAN-India Business Council (Philippines). He has represented the Philippines in various ASEAN meets under the umbrella of the ASEAN-India Business Council and has made it his personal interest passion in furthering the business relationship between India, the Philippines, and the ASEAN Countries.
Rtn. Johnny has been residing in the Philippines for close to four decades and has also made his personal passion of watch appreciation into e-commerce with close to fifty stores nationwide, carrying a portfolio of various Swiss Brands among others with a focus on Automatic Watches. Mr. Chotrani is also a telecommunication consultant of various hospitals.
Roberto “Obet” M. Pagdanganan
Chairman of the Board of E-HealthCore, has had an extensive experience in private sector and government service as well as in civil society organizations. Starting as a management trainee in 1968, he held various senior technical and marketing management positions at Unilever Philippines until he joined the government when he was appointed OIC Governor of the province of Bulacan in March, 1986. He went on to serve as Bulacan Governor for 12 years during which time he was elected as National President of the League of Provinces for 3 terms and founding Chairman of the League of Leagues later renamed Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines. He had also served as Chairman of the Cooperative Development Authority, Secretary of Department of Agrarian Reforms, Secretary of Tourism, Chairman of Philippine International Trading Corporation, and founding Chairman of PITC Pharmaceuticals Inc, now known as PPPI, which launched the “Botika ng Bayan” Program to promote safe and affordable generic medicines.
Governor Pagdanganan is presently also Chairman of Medicines Transparency Alliance, (MeTA) Inc., and Health Retirement and Tourism Alliance (HeaRT). He is also a member of the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines where he has served as National President for four terms. He is also a Past President of the Rotary Club Of Manila, the first Rotary Club in Asia, and Past District Governor of Rotary International District 3810.
Gov Pagdanganan graduated with the degrees of Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, summa cum laude, in 1968, and Bachelor of Laws in 1990, from Manuel L. Quezon University. He obtained a Masters in Business Administration at Dela Salle University in 1980. He was also granted a Doctorate in Education Management, honoris causa, by the Bulacan State University in 1995. He is presently a part-time professorial lecturer at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Open University System and an Eminent Fellow at the Philippine Public Safety College.
Joyce is a staunch advocate for the Globalization of Healthcare, International Trade in Health Services and Medical Tourism. She spearheaded various initiatives in the development of the Philippines as a global healthcare destination including the Philippine Medical Tourism Program that was launched in 2006. Joyce founded HealthCore in 2010 with the vision to make the country a premier healthcare and tourism destination by introducing international quality standards in the healthcare and hospitality industry evidenced by achieving globally-recognized Quality Accreditation seals.
Joyce was the former Country Head for Aster DM Healthcare (Philippines), formerly Regional Representative of Temos certification based in Germany, Representative for NABH International and by Swiss Approval International for ISO certifications in healthcare and hospitality services. In 2015, she was licensed as a National Assessor for the Accommodation Sector by the Philippines’ Department of Tourism. In addition, she authored the Philippine Medical Tourism Compendium and served as Contributing Editor to Philippine Daily Inquirer for the Philippine Health and Wellness Travel section. She worked for 12 years in investment banking where she held various positions.
At present, she is the appointed Patient Safety Ambassador for the ASEAN region by the Patient Safety Movement Foundation based in the US, Part-Time Faculty in NEU-School of International Relations, and ISO 9001:2015 Certified Lead Auditor.
Joyce finished B.S. Tourism, Cum Laude and Most Outstanding Student, from the University of Santo Tomas and completed her MBA from the Ateneo Graduate School of Business.
Mama Jeans CBD Oil
Awesome as always, I wish I had better luck finding emu or duckLove everything here, reasonable prices, good food, clean store and helpful employees
I absolutely love this place. They have helped me start a healthier, cleaner, and more informative lifestyle change. It cost quite a bit, but for what you get quality wise, it’s worth it. You get what you pay for definitely here!
I love this place! Its on my agenda every weekend. This is my go to place for part of my groceries and all of my bulk spices. They have a wide variety of organic foods and I just love that you can buy local items as well. My favorite are the farm fresh eggs! They have amazing soups and a hearty salad bar in their deli. AND they get bonus points for serving coffee ethic coffee now.
I seriously love this place, especially since it’s now (again) the only real natural grocer in town. The areas where they shine, in my opinion, are the employees, cleanliness, the bulk food selection and rewards program. Every empoyee I’ve ever encountered has been friendly and helpful- I’m hoping this is a sign that they’re well paid and taken care of. The cashiers are especially awesome! Speaking of cash registers, the rewards program is very appreciated. I earn $5 for every $100 I spend; in a health foods store $100 is easy to do in one shopping trip. The store is always so clean, as is the produce section and cafe, which I appreciate. The bulk food section is wonderful! You can get most any herb or natural product you can think of, perfect for spiritual practices. Bulk salts, teas, even Dr. Bronner’s soap! So wonderful. I only wish their produce section was bigger and more extensive. I think they could literally double it in size and sell the same (or more) volume as now. I’d also love to see an expanded grocery section. Since there is no other natural grocer in town, it’d be nice to have a full service store.Wonderful, locally owned gem! Show them your love.
This place is amazing! I love all the natural stuff! It’s much better for your body than to put a bunch of chemicals on it or in it! The only bad thing is that it can be pricey, but for being natural, that is kind of expected. And they have a big selection of goods from food to beauty products!
I love any other stores but the Deli girl was moving slow. It was the end of day for the deli I think she got slammed. I’m just glad I got my golden milk
I ordered a ‘Natural’ sandwich to go today trusting that Mama Jeans normally gets an order for a vegan sandwich correct. When I got out home to eat I found the sandwich was incorrect. I was given a Club sandwich that has turkey and cheese, definitely not Vegan and very offensive. Had travel back across town to get it fixed and while they did so and apologized it has ruined my energy for the day.
I love the deli. From the service to the locally sourced bread its amazing. I usually always get the MJ’s clubhouse and it’s to die for with the vinaigrette dressing. Prices are affordable and quality is best in the world. I can go on and on about the deli. I’m a regular and will continue coming back as long as the staff and food are as awesome as they are all the time.
I love all the healthy and organic options. Also the people that work their are very kind and helpful. I love all the hard work that has gone into this store, keep it going.
Wonderful store with a great variety of healthy food items. A great little restaurant! I didn’t realize healthy food could taste so good.
We shop regularly at Mama Jean’s. Thank you for providing high quality, locally sourced whole foods and supplements that we can trust for health and healing.