CHCC receives $15K from insurance company

Posted on Jun 29 2020


Takagi & Associates, Inc. representatives present Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. CEO Esther Muña, second from left, with a $15,000 check as the company’s donation last June 26. (Contributed Photo)

The Saipan branch Takagi & Associates, Inc., along with their insurance carrier Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Company Ltd. of Japan, presented a $15,000 check to the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. last June 26 at the CHCC’s administrative office on Navy Hill.

“Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to our doctors, nurses, and health care workers who are on the front lines every day taking care of the community to get through the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak,” said Satsuki H. Perez.

Takagi & Associates, Inc.’s Guam branch, along with its underwriting partner, Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Company, Ltd., also donated a whopping $30,000 to the Guam Medical Society last June 15.

“We greatly appreciate the continued support, and we applaud you for your service,” said Perez.

Guam branch, along with its underwriting partner, Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Company, Ltd., also donating $30,000 to the Guam Medical Society last June 15. (Contributed Photo)

Perez stated that Takagi & Associates, Inc.’s Saipan branch has been in full operation during the pandemic and has not cut employee hours.

Scuba diving shops and businesses open
Scuba diving shops and businesses can now open at dive sites on Saipan, Tinian, and Rota. However, the Grotto in Marpi remains closed until further notice.

The Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. and the Governor’s COVID-19 Task force still advise all divers and instructors to practice social distancing when traveling on a boat ride to designated dive sites, and as well as continuing good hygiene before and after diving activities.

Justine Nauta
Justine Nauta is Saipan Tribune's community and health reporter and has covered a wide range of news beats, including the Northern Marianas College and Commonwealth Health Care Corp. She's currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation and Human Services at NMC.

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