Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) released an initial 50 of 300 units of Hiace Commuter Deluxe Patient Transport Vehicle (PTV) to the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) in a meaningful turnover ceremony and Deed of Donation (DOD) signing between PCSO and PTV beneficiaries last February 4, 2021, at the Toyota Otis dealership.
Present during the ceremony were the officers and representatives of the initial 50 municipalities and cities, PCSO Vice Chairperson and General Manager Ms. Royina Marzan Garma, PCSO Charity Assistance Manager Atty. Marissa O. Medrano, PCSO Assistant General Manager Ms. Julieta F. Aseo, and PCSO Special Projects Division Chief Ms. Muriel G. Pajarillo.
In her speech, PCSO Vice Chairperson and General Manager Ms. Royina Marzan Garma expressed her appreciation to Toyota for producing high-quality vehicles that can be converted to PTVs to address the medical transportation requirements of Local Government Units (LGUs).
The Toyota Hiace has been converted to meet the requirements of PCSO’s Patient Transport Vehicle Distribution Program which provides medical transport vehicles to LGUs nationwide. Designed and built to navigate even to far-flung areas while also providing a sense of comfort during travel, the country’s top-selling utility van surely delivers quality performance to safely, reliably, and comfortably transport patients needing mobility assistance, and health care workers while they save lives on the go.
With Toyota’s nationwide dealer network, LGUs are assured of the accessible care and maintenance for these vehicles, so they can provide dependable service to the community. They may book their Periodic Maintenance appointment online through myTOYOTA APP or through direct contact with dealer Marketing Professionals and get the best and reliable service experience.