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DOH X, NMMC Conducts TSeKaP Caravan in Valencia City

The Department of Health in its thrust to guarantee quality and accessible health services for all Filipinos facilitated the Tamang Serbisyo sa Kalusugan nga Pamilya (TSeKaP) Consultation for NHTS,4Ps and IPs beneficiaries in Valencia City on February 23-24, 2017 at 2nd Floor New Terminal Complex, Hagkol, Valencia City.

Doctors, Nurses, Medical Technologists and Health Care providers from DOH-Regional Office X, Northern Mindanao Medical Center and City Health Office Valencia City conducted medical, dental and surgical services to NHTS, 4Ps, and IPs beneficiaries in the city.

Dr. Marlyn V. Agbayani, Valencia City Health Officer said that the 2-day activity is very beneficial to the constituents of Valencia City especially the NHTS, 4Ps and IPs patients as they can readily get the immediate medical services and the corresponding laboratory results.

Dr. Josie C. Chan, FPOA, FPCS, MHT, FPCHA, Medical Center Chief II of Northern Mindanao medical Center who led the Doctors, Dentists, Nurses and health care providers said that NMMC partners with DOH- RO X in extending health services to cities and provinces in the region.

The expanded package called Tamang Serbisyo sa Kalusugan ng Pamilya or TseKaP is available in identified government and private health care facilities that serve the indigent and sponsored PhilHealth members with various medical services such as medical consultations, regular blood pressure and body measurement, periodic clinical breast examination, cervical cancer screening, digital rectal examination, risk profiling for hypertension and diabetes, counseling for smoking cessation and lifestyle modification, oral check-up and prophylaxis for children 12 years old and below among others.

 A total of 1, 828 patients from Brgy. Poblacion, Lumbo, Bagontaas, Batangan, Colonia, San Carlos were given medical, surgical, dental, laboratory services including medicines during the two-day caravan.