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The First Conduct of Surgical Caravan in Laguna

Laguna Medical Center

July 5, 2017

 

The First Surgical Caravan in Lagunawas conducted at the Laguna Medical Center (LMC) in J. de Leon St., Sta. Cruz, Laguna on July 3-7, 2017.


The Surgical Caravan is a follow-up program of the Philippine Health Agenda (PHA) Checkup 2016-2022 which aims to realize the provision of surgical intervention to those who need them, enhance the service delivery of LGU Hospitals through the technical assistance from DOH Hospitals, and provide support to LGUs for continuity of the PHA’s three guarantees:  (1) provide healthcare across all stages of life; (2) establish Service Delivery Network; and (3) improve universal health insurance coverage.

This year’s caravan dubbed as, “ToDOHAlaga, May TSeKaPna, MayOperasyon pa!” was through the initiative of the Department of Health (DOH) Region IV-A Director Dr. Rio L. Magpantay, Provincial Health Officer II Dr. Rene P. Bagamasbad, and Laguna Medical Center Chief Dr. Edgar M. Palacol. 

OPD Check-ups and surgical procedures/cases will be done within the week to LGUs identified TSeKaP patients by the surgical teams of DOH selected visiting hospitals, namely:  Valenzuela Medical Center and San Lorenzo Ruiz Women’s Hospital headed by Dr. Imelda M. Mateo and Dr. Marilou T. Nery, respectively