The year 1999 beckoned with good tidings when a balikbayan doctor in the person of Dr. Evangeline C. Johnson enthused to have a hospital of her dream to be realized in Bacolod. So fortunate, LN Agustin Hospital was up for sale and Dr. Johnson took the risk and bought the hospital. On February 15, 2000, she took over the operations of the hospital and named it Tiong Bi Medical Center to attract the Filipino Chinese Community for possible joint venture. The Medical Director then was Dr. Judy Cabansag. Then came Superman in the name of Dr. Patricio Y. Tan who took over on September 1, 2001 as the hospital President. Since then, it was visible that the hospital is going up; renovation of various offices and departments; construction of new cafeteria, etc. He was also known for his numerous works and achievements specifically in disseminating and implementing the community outreach program and many others. His achievements and generous contributions to the hospital have been applauded and duly recognized by the Board of Directors of the corporation which Dr. Johnson spearheaded.
Bacolod Our Lady of Mercy Specialty Hospital is located at L.N. Agustin Drive, Eroreco Subd., Barangay Mandalagan, Bacolod City. The area occupies 15, 793 square meters of land. The location provides an ideal setting for a hospital, as it is away from noise pollution, yet still accessible to the general public.
Bacolod Our Lady of Mercy Specialty Hospital is owned and managed by Tiong Bi Inc., a Philippine Corporation of doctors and private individuals as its principal stockholders who contribute time, money and most of all skills to propel the hospital to where it is today.
Presently, the hospital has a credible census of not less than 100 patients a day.
Bacolod Our Lady of Mercy Specialty Hospital is committed to meet the healthcare needs of the community through the delivery of quality basic and specialized healthcare services that are:
- Cost effective
- Patient centered
Bacolod Our Lady of Mercy Specialty Hospital seeks to be the hospital for all, a leader in medical education and promotion of community wellness among all classes, especially the under privileged members of the society.