Dr Luncheon in hospital, condition not serious

The Office of the President says that at around 11 am yesterday, Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon was admitted to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation.

OP said that Dr. Luncheon’s condition is not serious and he has been kept for observation and a number of tests.

OP added that Dr. Luncheon had a mishap at home on Friday, November 30, 2012,  and went to work the said day and on Saturday. However, yesterday he developed pains and was rushed to the hospital, OP said.

Dr. Roger Luncheon

He is expected to be discharged by today.

Dr Luncheon has suffered from bouts of severe back pain in the past.

Yesterday he was taken to the hospital by ambulance from his Kitty home.

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