Toyota PH, Denso TH help make air in PGH cars and facilities cleaner and safer
Leading mobility company Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has recently turned over to Philippine General Hospital (PGH) 20 units of air purifiers donated by Denso Thailand. These portable devices called Denso Plasmacluster Ion Generator supress and remove airborne viruses, molds, and allergens in small spaces with limited air circulation, making them ideal for use in some of the state hospital’s rooms, and inside the cars and shuttles being used by its healthcare workers.
The air purifiers were previously tried and tested with the free shuttle transportation service extended by TMP and the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) to PGH staff at the height of the lockdowns due to COVID-19. PGH was also one of the recipients of the Vios units donated by TMP to the Department of Health (DOH) and other government and LGU-run hospitals to help augment mobility support for the healthcare sector.
Photo shows TMP representatives Ma. Cristina Arevalo (3rd from left), First Vice President for New Mobility Business Division (NMB) and NMB Supervisor Andrew Ryan Ty (2nd from left), turning over Denso Thailand’s donation to the hospital through PGH doctors (L-R) Dr. Hermogenes Monroy, Dr. Dennis Serrano, Dr. Orlando Ocampo, and Dr. Esther Saguil.