Press Release/August 8, 2020
Department of Health (DOH) – CALABARZON (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon) Regional Director Eduardo C. Janairo led the distribution of nine more land ambulances to hospitals and rural health units in the region during the turn-over ceremony held at the regional office in Project 4, Quezon City in August 6, 2020
“Magagamit natin ang mga ambulansyang ito hindi lang sa pagresponde sa COVID-19 kundi pati na rin sa ginagawa natin ngayong Polio vaccination lalo na sa mga lugar ng Laguna at Cavite upang mapabilis ang paghatid ng bakuna sa mga bata na nakatira sa malalayong lugar ng probinsya,” Director Janairo emphasized.
“Mas mapapalakas at mapapabilis natin ang pagbibigay ng serbisyong medikal at pangkalusugan sa tulong ng mga ambulansyang ito na magsisilbing transportasyon at kaagapay ng ating mga health workers upang makapagbigay ng agarang lunas sa mga may sakit at makapagligtas ng buhay,” he added.
There are now 39 ambulances given to various health facilities in the region since May 2020. A total of 98 land ambulances will be delivered to identified heath facilities before the end of this year.
Each is supplied with medical equipment necessary for emergency medical personnel to respond to medical emergency including automatic external defibrillator, nebulizer, portable suction machine, examining light, aneroid sphygmomanometer, folding stretcher, scoop stretcher, heavy duty stethoscope, and oxygen cylinder.
The fourth batch of recipients were Southern Tagalog Regional Hospital; General Trias City Health Office; Rosario (BHS); San Pablo General Hospital; Antipolo City (Dela Paz BHS); Tanay Rural Health Unit; BPH-Don Mayuga Memorial Hospital; Bauan Rural Health Unit and Tagkawayan Rural Health Unit.
One LED TV set complete with Health Education and Communication (IEC) materials, including information and updates on the COVID-19 and other health programs of DOH were given each to San Pablo General Hospital and Antipolo City- Dela Paz BHS for their information dissemination campaign.
Top pictures show some of the recipients receiving their keys and certificates of registration from DOH-CALABARZON Regional Director Eduardo C. Janairo during the Turn-Over of the fourth batch of land ambulances.
Recipients of the nine ambulances led by DOH-CALABARZON Regional Director Eduardo C. Janairo (in blue vest) with Assistant Regional Director Paula-Paz Sydiongco posed for a shot after the Turn-over Ceremony held at the regional office in Project 4, Quezon City on August 6, 2020. A total of 39 land ambulances were distributed to various health facilities since May 2020.
The two recipients from San Pablo General Hospital and Antipolo City- Dela Paz BHS receives their LED TV set complete with Health Education and Communication (IEC) materials, including information and updates on the COVID-19 and other health programs of DOH from a staff of the regional Health Promotion and Education Unit during the Turn-over Ceremony of the fourth batch of land ambulances held at the regional office in Project 4, Quezon City on August 6, 2020
The brand new land ambulances from DOH-CALABARZON distributed to various hospitals and rural health units in the region