The Dr. Jesus A. Datu Medical Center (JADMC), completed in 2008, is located in the town of Bacolor, Pampanga Province, on the island of Luzon. It is a two-story structure with a 25 bed capacity. The first floor provides cataract screenings, the dental clinic, maternal and child health clinics, the classrooms for midwife education, the prosthetics laboratory, prosthetics rehabilitation center, distribution of wheelchairs, crutches, and eyeglasses. The second floor contains inpatient beds and the cataract and cleft palate surgical suites. The staff is comprised primarily of volunteers.
The JADMC was built by the Love for Life Foundation (LFLF) and is a testimony to the vision, generosity, compassion, and selfless service of Dr. Jesus Angeles Datu to the underprivileged populace of the Philippines, together with his wife Joan Agagon Datu and his daughters Dr. Joycelyn A. Datu and Dr. Maximina Datu Boutselis and the Datu Angeles Family: Amanda, Leonila, Pitt And Maria (Datu) Vazquez, Carlos and Leonila Baula Datu, Jose and Elisa Martinez Datu, Vileso and Ellen (Datu) Salvador, Dr. Rino and Herminia (Datu) Marro, and Godofredo and Avelina Datu. The facility is dedicated to the loving memory of the ancestors and descendants of the Datu-Angeles-David-Mallari families.
The LFLF and the Datu Angeles David Mallari Foundation (DADMFI) partnered with the Kapampangan Development Foundation (KDF), a philanthropic group dedicated providing humanitarian assistance to Mount Pinatubo victims. The KDF runs the JADMC on a day to day basis, with the ownership of the Center remaining with the LFLF.