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Meet the Team

Know our story

About Us

The Bugayong siblings understood the difficulties of providing quality care at the hands of those who truly need it and saw the problems in our current medical situation in the Philippines: long queues, traffic congestion, lack of efficient care, the convenience of receiving this care at home; thus, creating AIDE -solution to everyone's medical needs.

 

We are passionate about our professional and personalized care, and work hard to meet, and exceed, your expectations. Contact us if you have any comments or questions, and start your journey back to healthy living with us today.

The Founders

Leaders in Home Health Care

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Paolo Bugayong

CEO

Pamela Bugayong-Donato

COO

Patrick Bugayong, MD

CPO

OUR News

This is our News section. Get a background of who we are from reputable writers and publications and through the various articles below, including press coverage, industry updates and useful resources. Take this chance to find out more about our business through the words of different authorities in the field.

 Entrepreneur PH

August 3, 2018

By March 2017, Paolo, with his sisters Pamela Bugayong-Donato, Patricia Bugayong-Reyes and his brother, Patrick, launched Aide, a mobile app that lets users book home visits of health care professionals.

Bright Side on Bloomberg

November 7, 2017

Get to know more about the one-stop home medical care app from the Founders themselves: Dr. Patrick Bugayong, Paolo Bugayong and Pamela Bugayong-Donato. Watch their feature on Bloomberg TV Philippines' Bright Ideas. Watch it on Bloomberg TV Philippines.

Business Mirror

July 7, 2017

Having a quality care from medical experts takes time and effort, especially in the Philippines where traffic congestions are rampant and long queues in hospitals awaits you, according to Dr. Patrick Bugayong.

Smart Parenting

October 12, 2017

Imagine this: It’s mid-morning on a manic Monday. Your toddler has been out of sorts since the night before, and he refuses to eat or drink his milk. Apparently he has a low-grade fever, and while you're frantic to bring him for a check-up, the doctor won’t be in until the weekend. Worse, your car is on number-coding, so even a trip to the E.R. isn’t possible (unless you brave the traffic, or attempt an MRT ride with a cranky and inconsolable tot). What are you to do?

Philippine Daily Inquirer

January 4, 2017

The founders of AIDE had an interview with Anne Jambora, a lifestyle and health columnist from Philippine Daily Inquirer to tell more about the first home medical care mobile app in the Philippines.

ANC Alerts

January 3, 2017

The founders of the first home medical care mobile app in the Philippines was live on ANC alerts with Karmina Constantino to talk about the latest innovation in medical care - AIDE, the first home medical care mobile app in the Philippines.

#UpgrAIDE

February 2, 2019

AIDE, a member company of Ayala Healthcare Holdings, (AC Health), has launched its improved mobile platform that aims to provide easier access to quality home medical care for both its users and medical professionals.

An Ayala Company

October 17, 2018

Ayala Healthcare Holdings, Inc. (AC Health) has expanded its health technology portfolio with an investment in AIDE, a home health application, which provides health services in the comfort of patients’ homes.