RP ConGen lauds Quality Sleep Care for opening new door of opportunities in Calgary

RP ConGen lauds Quality Sleep Care for opening new door of opportunities in Calgary
Philippine Consulate General for Alberta and Saskatchewan Provinces, Julius Torres (4th from left) leads the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Filipino-owned Quality Sleep Care (QSC) clinic, January 20, in Calgary. Joining him are (left-right) local Brazilian jiu jitsu champion Isla Diesmos, QSC’s Kris Salumbides, Christian Jacob, Jesse Tallon, Arvin Esponilla, Wilma Payne, and Consul Pam Bailon.(Photo by Moses Billacura)

CALGARY — Philippine Consul General Julius Torres lauded Quality Sleep Care management and staff for expanding to Calgary and opening a new door of opportunities to the community, both in health care service and job opportunities.

“We are delighted that Quality Sleep Care has continued to expand,” said Torres. The consul general added that the company has been supporting various Filipino community events in the province specially backing the various Consular Outreach services.

QSC had its Grand Opening, January 20, at 107-12 Avenue NW (formerly #1, 1217 Centre Street NW), here, with Father Arjay Abanto blessing the new clinic that helps Albertans with sleeping disorders.

Gracing the event were consul Pam Bailon, local Brazilian jiu jitsu champion Isla Diesmos, Filipino community event supporters from nearby towns and cities including ABS-CBN’s The Filipino Channel, doctors and other health care practitioners who received a tour at the clinic by QSC co-founder and marketing director Kris Salumbides.

On hand to personally welcome the visitors and guests were QSC co-owners Christian Jacob, finance director, Jesse Tallon, operations director and Arvin Esponilla, sales director who thanked everyone for coming and supporting them.

Quality Sleep Care has been providing sleep apnea solutions for all ages under the care of a team of registered polysomnographic technologists, respiratory therapists and doctors that includes the Sleep Assure Program, a cloud-based technology that continuously monitor patients via remote wireless modems.

QSC has two branches in Edmonton and will be opening clinics in British Columbia and Manitoba this year.

“We are passionate in helping others rediscover the power of sleep,” said Salumbides.

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