Great Liturgical Province of the 10th region of the state of São Paulo awards Praise Vote to HRCPP board NEWS

22/06/2018

Great Liturgical Province of the 10th region of the state of São Paulo awards Praise Vote to HRCPP board

Great Liturgical Province of the 10th region of the state of São Paulo awards Praise Vote to HRCPP board
By Amanda Albuquerque / Press Office HRCPP

The Supreme Council of Grade 33 of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Freemasonry for the Federative Republic of Brazil (SGC), represented by the Great Liturgical Province of the 10th Region of the State of São Paulo, granted this Tuesday (19), the Vote of Praise to the Board of the Hospital Regional do Câncer de Presidente (HRCPP).

According to the document, the decision was unanimously approved by the members of the Philosophical Bodies of the Great Liturgical Province, due to the work carried out by the Board and its predecessors in edification and administration of the hospital, such as the founders Maria Helper Constantine and Bernadette Cherubim; José Hilário Pasquini, who directed the HRCPP for seven years; Francelino de Souza Magalhães, who was one of the big names in encouraging the foundation and construction of the HRCPP when he occupied the Ombudsman’s Office of the Santa Casa de Misericórdia de Presidente Prudente, founder of HRCPP.

The document that officiates the delivery of the Voting was delivered by the 33rd Grand Liturgical Inspector, Syozo Mizuno, for the 33rd Delegate Liturgical, Henry Joseph Federice, members of the Great Province Liturgical of the 10th Region of the State of São Paulo and also by the Secretary of the Environment of Presidente Prudente, Wilson Portella Rodrigues.

In addition, the Supreme Council took into consideration all professionals – doctors, nurses, technicians from different areas health and other employees who give themselves day after day to ensure a quality care to patients that the hospital reaches 45 municipalities of DRS XI and communes of Mato Grosso do South and Paraná, with a population of 2 million population.