By Regine Ann Palma  /  May 8, 2020
Week of Prayer 2019:      Saved to Serve
By Jovyn Jimenez  /  July 16, 2019
A summer of Medical Missions
By Ned Bayeta  /  June 21, 2019
Loving by Giving
By Ned Bayeta  /  June 19, 2019


Extending the healing ministry of Christ through wholistic, excellent care.


Week of Prayer 2019: Saved to Serve

An online U.S. survey was conducted in 2013 by Harris Interactive on behalf of the Career Builder among 243 U.S. health care employers and 508 health care workers[1]. The result…

A summer of Medical Missions

The summer months have been busy for the volunteers of Adventist Medical Center – Valencia City, Inc. (AMCV). From the neighboring Barangays and all the way to Davao Oriental, the…

Loving by Giving

Adventist Medical Center – Valencia City, Inc. through the initiative of the Chaplaincy department organized a Gift Giving Program for the benefit of the children of Brgy. Sinabuagan, Valencia City…




STEP-BY-STEP PROCEDURE: 1. Go to AMCV and proceed to the triage area. 2. After getting clearance from the triage nurse, proceed to the emergency room. 3. The ER nurse will…

Our History

Adventist Medical Center – Valencia City, Inc. (AMCV) is a non stock, non profit Faith-based healthcare facility located at A.T. Aguilar Street, Poblacion, Valencia City dedicated to providing optimum quality care to all clients in Valencia City and nearby municipalities.

This property was acquired by South Philippine Union Conference (SPUC) from Dr. and Mrs. Floro Casuga in the year 1993. SPUC tapped the services of Mr. Lamar Phillips, Director of Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), to continue the operation of the clinic, but he was transferred to Africa before the realization of the dream. He endorsed the plan to Mr. Gil Micua, a missionary by heart and his successor as ADRA Director. With the great help of thirteen (13) dedicated volunteers, AMCV was inaugurated on October 13, 1993, with a twelve (12) bed capacity and a land area of 555 square meters.

Just after five (5) months of operation, the number of patients increased reaching up to 250% occupancy rate, and the hospital building could no longer accommodate the number of patients who came for treatment. In 1996, with the help of Mountain View College (MVC), the adjacent lot was acquired and a new building was constructed. In 1997, the management of the hospital was transferred from ADRA to MVC as approved by SPUC, and Mr. Fred Webb was given the responsibility to oversee the operation of the hospital.