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On December 8, 1966, the hospital was inaugurated and given the official name of Bacolod Sanitarium and Hospital with Dr. Willis Gentry Dick as its first medical director. The name of the hospital was changed to Bacolod Adventist Medical Center (BAMC) in 2004. Adventist Medical Center-Bacolod is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, specifically under the Central Philippine Union Conference.

Petronilo J. Barayuga was a visionary leader and educator in the Philippines.

​Teofilo Venida Barizo was a teacher, evangelist, and administrator from the Philippines.

​Pastor Jose Bautista was the first Filipino foreign missionary to Caroline Island, Palau.

Baw Dee, evangelist and church administrator, was born in March 1904 at Kywè Phyu Daung Village, Shwenyaungbin Township, Kayin (formerly Karen) State.

Harry Wain Bedwell was a pastor, editor, and administrator in the United States, Canada, and Asia.

Rudy Bautista Bermudez was an Adventist minister and administrator who served in the Philippines and North America.

​Elijah Bwint was a teacher, evangelist, and administrator from Myanmar.

Cambodia Adventist Mission is a unit of church organization comprising the territory of Cambodia.

Avelino S. Canlas was a gifted translator evangelist, director, and administrator, and he was the 10th president of the Central Luzon Mission.

​The Central Luzon Conference is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Luzon, Philippines.

Central Myanmar Adventist Seminary (formerly Mountain View Academy, or “Khone Myint Tha Academy”) is the only Adventist secondary educational institution in the territory of Central Myanmar Mission, located on Thang Daung Road in Taungngu.

​Central Myanmar Mission is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Myanmar (formerly Burma).

Central Philippine Adventist College (CPAC) is a member of the global educational network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

The Central Visayan Mission (CVM) Printing Press foundation can be traced back to the initiative of the Philippine Publishing House (PPH) in Manila on September 2, 1986, when PPH inaugurated their Cebu Printing Shop branch at East Visayan Academy (now Adventist Academy Cebu) compound located at Bulacao, Talisay, Cebu.

​Chit Maung (alias) Eh Saw was an educator and administrator from Myanmar.

​Pastor Chua Banaag was a poet, religious freedom advocate, and church leader from the Philippines.

​Flor Buendia Conopio was a long time serving editor of the Philippine Publishing House.

​Eugene Alonzo Crane was a pastor, evangelist, church administrator, writer, and motivator of young people.

Gil De Guzman was a teacher, evangelist, and administrator from the Philippines.