GSIS inaugurates new QC branch office

The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) inaugurated  on Wednesday the newly constructed office building of its Quezon City  branch in Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City.

Situated at the heart of Quezon City and nestled in a 3-hectare property, the new building of the GSIS Quezon City Branch Office offers  convenience to its visiting clients with its accessibility and upgraded facilities.

“The new GSIS Quezon City Branch Office  forms part of our goal to provide  the ultimate customer experience to our members and pensioners. Isa ito sa mga paraan upang makapag bigay ng mas maginhawang serbisyo ang GSIS sa aming stakeholders,”  GSIS president and general manager Wick Veloso said.

The new building is compliant with the Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) and Gender and Development (GAD) requirements. It has sufficient rooms and facilities,  a spacious lobby, and a vast  parking space to accommodate visiting clients.

“Plano din natin i-accommodate dito ang ibang government offices. Pwede silang umupa sa amin. Sana ay makapaglagay din tayo ng transportation hub, retail o commercial area para makatulong sa iba.” Veloso added.

Among the GSIS branch offices nationwide, its Quezon City branch serves the most number of clients, catering to 311,923  members, 29,054 pensioners, 194 remitting agencies, and 297 sub-agencies. Up to 500 clients visit the office daily.

“We are excited that you have invested in this new building to serve our people and nearby government agencies. Rest assured na lagi po ninyong katulong at kaakibat ang Quezon City government sa paglilingkod sa bayan,” Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte said  who was the guest of honor during the event.

The new office of the GSIS Quezon City  branch is strategically located near government offices such as the Quezon City Hall, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development,  PTV 4, and Philippine Information Agency, among other agencies.

It is  also near the popular Quezon City Memorial Circle and main road where various public transportation is available.  

A netizen expressed positive feedback over the opening of the Quezon City branch in GSIS’s Facebook page citing that, “the commute is more convenient and comfortable as the location is more accessible.”

The GSIS QC branch was renting a building along Mindanao Avenue prior to its transfer to the new site. The new building is owned by GSIS, which translates to savings in rental fees

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