President Aquino to allocate P294-million for more nurses, midwives

President Benigno S. Aquino III instructed Department of Budget and Management (DBM) to allocate 294 million pesos for the employment of qualified nurses and midwives that will be deployed to all municipalities, cities and health facilities throughout the country. Florencio B. Abad, Budget and Management secretary, said that the fund release is for the Registered Nurses for Health Enhancement and Local Service (RNheals) Project of the Department of Health. “The P294-million fund release is for the deployment of not only qualified nurses but also midwives to create a pool of registered health professionals with enhanced clinical and public health competencies towards the improvement of health care services delivery in the country. This project likewise aims to address the shortage of nurses in the country,” Abad said. He added the project is also aligned with the government’s commitment to achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (UN MDGs), particularly in improving maternal health and reducing child mortality rates. DOH deployed the first batch of RNheals nurses in 1,021 conditional cash transfer (CCT) areas identified by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in February 2011. It comprised of about 75 percent of CCT areas nationwide. “There was a positive response from the project stakeholders so we decided to expand the project to cover all municipalities, cities and health facilities in the country. This idea is to set our goals towards achieving the Universal Health Care commitment of the government,” Abad said. The funding will allot the employment of 10,000 nurses and 1,000 rural health midwives. The program starts this October to December 2011. The program will give nurses P8,000 monthly allowances while midwives will be given P6,000 monthly. Both will be provided with the Philhealth Insurance worth P1,200 yearly, group accident insurance enrolment of P500 per year, and a certificate of completion after satisfactory completion of the project. DOH hospitals will provide meals for the nurses during their tour of duty, equivalent to at least P2,000 per month. Nurses and midwives assigned in the Rural Health Units (RHUs) shall follow the provisions of Joint Memorandum Circular No. 2011-0044 entered last August 2011 specifically the additional allowance of at least P2,000 per month from local government units (LGUs). Learn more about the RNheals application process here.

Guidelines for the Implementation of the Learning and Deployment of Nurses and Midwives
Posted by NursesLabson October 27, 2011

This is the full text of the DOH Department Order No. 2011-0239 entitled Guidelines for the Implementation of the Learning and Deployment of Nurses and Midwives (Project RNHeals II and RHM Placement). This is the official guidelines for the RNHeals 2.

I. Rationale
The Rural Health Team Placement Program (RHTPP) is a composite of several human resources for health that utilizes learning cum deployment approach designed for unemployed registered health professionals. In February 14, 201 I the Department of Health (DOH) spearheaded the deployment of 10,000 nurses as counterpart to DSWD’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps). One thousand and twenty one (1021) CCT areas benefited with the provision of quality health services mostly to disadvantaged individuals and families. Anent to this, there is also a need to augment the nursing workforce in hospitals and other health facilities. As such, a 2nd batch of nurses shall be deployed with the end in view of creating a pool of registered nurses with enhanced clinical and public health competencies towards the improvement of health care service delivery.

Definition of Terms V. Rural Health Units and other health facilities as a form of technical assistance towards the delivery of the DOH thrust in a wellcoordinated manner. Increase nurses’ and midwives employability through the provision of learnin g Foster independence in the community’s health care delivery system Address the inequitable distribution and augment the nursing and midwifery workforce in DOH hospitals and health facilities especially rural. . Improve the current nurse to patient ratio in accordance to DOH standard staffing patterns. General Objective The nurses and midwives learning and deployment aims to create a pool of registered health professionals with enhanced clinical and public health competencies towards the improvement of health care service delivery. the following guidelines defines are issued and shall apply to all DOH hospitals and other health facilities involved in the implementation of nurses and midwives training and deployment. B. Implementing Mechanisms 1. Scope Of Application This Department Order shall apply to DOH hospitals and other health facilities involved in the implementation of nurses and midwives learning and deployment.Similarly. Objectives A. 2. 3. Specific Objectives • • • • • • Improve access to quality healthcare services. hardship communities. II. Henceforth. Create a network of nurse trainers in DOH hospitals and other health facilities to maintain quality and standards of learning and development. This evolutionary step in health delivery expects to improve maternal and neonatal care in far flung areas where labor-related maternal morbidity and mortality rates are biggest. Design comprehensive learning and development competency courses that encompass the priority needs of the country. underserved. and the nurses and midwives under the project. IV. midwives shall also be deployed to maintain focus on an integrated basic emergency obstetric and neonatal care. Improve local health systems that will support the country’s attainment of universal health care or “Kalusugan Pangkalahatan” III. Strengthen the nursing and midwifery workforces in DOH hospitals and their catchment areas.

General Guidelines 1. 000 per month. Nurses assigned in hospitals shall be provided with competencies through rotations in the different specialty departments of the hospitals as much as possible. Nurses and midwives with Certificates of Completion shall be considered for priority employment in government health facilities where vacant posts exist. 4. Structured recruitment and matching strategies to decrease attrition rate of nurses and midwives.4. Nurses and midwives shall be evaluated on a regular basis during the one (1) year period.. The nurses and midwives shall undergo learning and development in clinical and public health competencies during their one (1) year of deployment. 000 per month. 10. . 2011 specifically the additional allowance of at least Php2. 6.500 nurses and 1. The CHD shall validate the list with the recipient hospitals and other health facilities based on the standard staffing requirements. Develop a monitoring and evaluation system for the project and the competency gained by the nurses and midwives. Implementing Guidelines A. The DOH hospitals shall provide meals for the nurses during their tour of duty. 6. Group Accident Insurance enrolment of Php500 per year and a Certificate of Completion after satisfactory completion of the project. tardiness or under time shall be deducted from the nurses’ and midwives’ monthly allowances. Nurses and midwives assigned in the Rural Health Units shaft follow the provisions of Joint Memorandum Circular No. 000 per month while midwives will receive Php6. 11. Conduct operational research. 2011-0044 dated 4 August. 5. 2. Both will be provided with Philhealth Insurance of Php1.Absences. 000 per month. VI.000 midwives to augment their workforce. This shall be equivalent to at least Php2. The Centers for Health Development (CHD) through their respective cluster heads in close collaboration with the Health Human Resource Development Bureau (HHRDB) shall identify recipient DOH hospitals and other health facilities. Nurses and midwives assigned in the Rural Health Units shall be abreast with public health programs and services. Provide both competency and deployment recognition to increase employability of the nurses and midwives. The revalidated list shall be the basis for the allocation of nurses and midwives within their catchment areas and in the respective regions. A distribution list shall be provided by the HHRDB to all CHDs through their cluster heads. DOH hospitals and other health facilities shall be supplemented with 11. Nurses will receive an allowance of Php8. 9. 200 per year. 3. 7. duly approved by the Chief Nurse shall be the basis for the allowances. 8.The accomplished daily time records (DTR). 7. 5.

development and deployment of nurses and midwives through its CHDs and DOH hospitals and other health facilities. Schedule of rotations shall be for the various specialty departments of the DOH hospitals as available. Prepare the nurses and midwives distribution list for approval by the Secretary of Health through the Cluster Head. Nurses and midwives must be physically and mentally fit.ph Preference shall be given to nurses and midwives residing in the localities where the recipient DOH hospitals or health facilities are sited. Roles and Responsibilities The following are the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in the implementation the project: 1. e.gov. Verification shall be done via the internet at www. The registry of nurse applicants from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) shall also be a source of candidates to the project. Sub-allot the funding requirements of the project to the CHDs or DOH hospitals. Deployment • • • • An orientation will be conducted by the recipient DOH hospitals or CHDs and health facilities prior to assumption to duty. Procedures in the Recruitment. Recruitment and Selection • • • • • Applicants shall apply directly to the recipient DOH hospitals or through the CHDs. Together with the CHDs.prc. Replacements shall be allowed in case of drop-outs but will only complete remaining period of the project. or those exposed in the recipient hospitals and other health facilities shall be given priority. The DOH Central Office through the HHRDB shall: • • • • • • Lead in the implementation of the teaming. competencies shall be anchored on courses geared towards specialty modules with continuing professional units as required by the PRC. Only nurses and midwives with official and validated Professional Regulations Commissions (PRC) license are eligible to apply. trainees.B. Schedules for those assigned at the RHUs shall be done with the respective heads of units. (PRC-BON) and Board of Midwifery for their Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements. Selection and Deployment of Applicants 1. Collaborate with the Professional Regulation Commission .Board of Nursing. Lead in the conduct of operational research. Nurse and midwife volunteers. . identify the recipient DOH hospitals and other health facilities using the staffing requirement gaps as primary consideration. 2. To enhance and provide focus for the clinical and public health rotations. VII. A medical certificate from a government hospital is required.

Conduct periodic competency assessment of the nurses and/or midwives. Submit reports as requested by the CHDs and/or file Central Office Delegate the following functions to their respective Chief Nurses/Public Health Nurses: o Lead in the orientation and exit conferences in the various clinical rotations of the nurses. Provide meals for the nurses during their tour of duty or its equivalent of at least Php2. provide the nurses and midwives the Certificate of Completion after the satisfactory completion of the project. Prepare the payroll and remit the corresponding allowances to the bank. In coordination with the hospitals and health facilities. Mayors) of the project and explore areas of partnerships. Submit reports as requested by the CHDs and/or the Central Office. o Lead in the training and development of nurses and/or midwives in accordance to the project Training Design o Exercise administrative and technical supervision over the nurses and/or midwives and. Collaborate with DOH hospitals and health facilities in the orientation and exit conference of nurses and midwives.000. 3. Congressmen. Exercise administrative and technical supervision over the nurse and/or midwives. Ensure the safety and security of the nurses and/or midwives. Brief the Local Chief Executives (i. Manage the funds intended for the project as need be. Manage the funds intended for the project. Coordinate with the DOH hospitals and other health facilities and to the process for Philhealth enrollment Prepare the payroll and remit the corresponding allowances to the bank.. . DOH Hospitals and other health facilities shall: • • • • • • • • • • • • Ensure a fair and objective competency based recruitment. selection and placement process of nurses and/or midwives. Validate the PRC license of accepted nurses and midwives. Lead in the monitoring and evaluation of the project. Governors. provide the necessary information needed for the prompt and efficient implementation of the project. Ensure fair and objective competency based recruitment. Provide regular feedback to the CHDs on issues and concerns encountered during project implementation. Implement learning and deployment of nurses and midwives.e. The Operational Clusters through the Centers for Health Development shall: • • • • • • • • • • • Coordinate with DOH hospitals and other health facilities in their respective regions and identify nurses and midwives requirements. selection and placement process of the nurses and midwives assigned in the Rural Health Units. Together with the CHDS. further ensure that the process of recruitment and selection by the recipient DOH hospitals are likewise fair and objective.2.

The Local Government Units (LGU) shall follow the provisions of the Joint Memorandum Circular 2011 . MD Source: DOH Department Order 2011-0239 . Ona. Provide regular feedback to the CHDs on issues and concerns encountered during project implementation. Secure the safety and security of the nurses and midwives. 4.o Conduct periodic competency assessment of the nurses. For emphasis the LGUs shall: • • • • • Participate in the learning and deployment of nurses and midwives. Provide an additional monthly allowance of at least Php2. Support the nurses and midwives learning and development activities. Originally Signed by Enrique T.0044 dated 4 August 2011. Effectivity These guidelines shall take effect immediately.000 per month. VIII.

DOH hospitals and other health facilities shall be supplemented with 11. 2. Nurses assigned in hospitals shall be provided with competencies through rotations in the different specialty departments of the hospitals as much as possible. The nurses and midwives shall undergo learning and development in clinical and public health competencies during their one (1) year of deployment. . RNHeals 2 Guidelines 1.500 nurses and 1.000 midwives to augment their workforce. Nurses and midwives assigned in the Rural Health Units shall be abreast with public health programs and services. duration of deployment.Important Guidelines for RNHeals 2 Applicants Posted by NursesLabson October 23. 2011 The following are important guidelines for RNHeals 2 applicants. They answer common questions about the RNHeals 2 program like: compensation. 3. salary and many more.

Both will be provided with Philhealth Insurance of Php1. underserved.Absences. Nurses and midwives shall be evaluated on a regular basis during the one (1) year period. tardiness or under time shall be deducted from the nurses’ and midwives’ monthly allowances. Nurses and midwives assigned in the Rural Health Units shaft follow the provisions of Joint Memorandum Circular No. Nurses and midwives with Certificates of Completion shall be considered for priority employment in government health facilities where vacant posts exist. 8. hardship communities. The DOH hospitals shall provide meals for the nurses during their tour of duty. Nurses will receive an allowance of Php8. 2011 specifically the additional allowance of at least Php2. 9. 000 per month. 000 per month. General Objective The nurses and midwives learning and deployment aims to create a pool of registered health professionals with enhanced clinical and public health competencies towards the improvement of health care service delivery. 200 per year. 5. . The CHD shall validate the list with the recipient hospitals and other health facilities based on the standard staffing requirements. Objectives of RNHeals 2 A. 11. B. The Centers for Health Development (CHD) through their respective cluster heads in close collaboration with the Health Human Resource Development Bureau (HHRDB) shall identify recipient DOH hospitals and other health facilities. Specific Objectives • • • • • Improve access to quality healthcare services. Improve the current nurse to patient ratio in accordance to DOH standard staffing patterns. A distribution list shall be provided by the HHRDB to all CHDs through their cluster heads. 10. Increase nurses’ and midwives employability through the provision of learnin g Foster independence in the community’s health care delivery system Address the inequitable distribution and augment the nursing and midwifery workforce in DOH hospitals and health facilities especially rural. 2011-0044 dated 4 August.000 per month. 7. The revalidated list shall be the basis for the allocation of nurses and midwives within their catchment areas and in the respective regions.4. This shall be equivalent to at least Php2. duly approved by the Chief Nurse shall be the basis for the allowances. 6. 000 per month while midwives will receive Php6.The accomplished daily time records (DTR). Group Accident Insurance enrolment of Php500 per year and a Certificate of Completion after satisfactory completion of the project.

• Improve local health systems that will support the country’s attainment of universal health care or “Kalusugan Pangkalahatan” Source: DOH Department Order 2011-0239 How to Apply? Procedures in the Recruitment. 2011 . Selection and Deployment of Applicants Posted by NursesLabson October 22.

gov. To enhance and provide focus for the clinical and public health rotations. trainees. Schedules for those assigned at the RHUs shall be done with the respective heads of units. Nurse and midwife volunteers. competencies shall be anchored on courses geared towards specialty modules with continuing professional units as required by the PRC.RNHeals 2. Nurses and midwives must be physically and mentally fit. is a project by the DOH to lessen the number of unemployed registered nurses in the country. Verification shall be done via the internet at www. Source: DOH Department Order 2011-0239 . Only nurses and midwives with official and validated Professional Regulations Commissions (PRC) license are eligible to apply. The following are the recruitment and selection process and requirements for aspiring applicants. Procedures in the Recruitment. A medical certificate from a government hospital is required. or those exposed in the recipient hospitals and other health facilities shall be given priority.ph Preference shall be given to nurses and midwives residing in the localities where the recipient DOH hospitals or health facilities are sited. Deployment of RNHeals 2 Applicants • • • • An orientation will be conducted by the recipient DOH hospitals or CHDs and health facilities prior to assumption to duty. Replacements shall be allowed in case of drop-outs but will only complete remaining period of the project. Selection and Deployment of RNHeals 2 Applicants Recruitment and Selection of RNHeals 2 Applicants • • • • • Applicants shall apply directly to the recipient DOH hospitals or through the CHDs. The registry of nurse applicants from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) shall also be a source of candidates to the project. Schedule of rotations shall be for the various specialty departments of the DOH hospitals as available.prc.

735-7146 (TF) jfmh@doh.RNHeals Batch 2: Application is now Open! The following are the DOH retained hospitals wherein you can apply for the RNHeals program. Sta. Manila Dr.ph . Cruz. RICARDO LUSTRE Medical Center Chief II 941-5854. 941-3441 (TF) Dr. FLORES Medical Center Chief II 734-5561. RUBEN C. AMANG RODRIGUEZ MEDICAL CENTER Marikina City Dr.gov. JOSE FABELLA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Lope de Vega.

MA.ph Dr. BERNARDINO A..ph NATIONAL CENTER FOR Dr. 421-2250 Dr. ROLAND CORTEZ CENTER Medical Center Chief II East Ave. 732-3125. Muntinlupa City Dr. LUPISAN 807-2628 to 32. MAAÑO Medical Center Chief II 531-9001 to 05. WINSTON GO Quiricada St. Banawe St. Rodriguez. OLVEDA 807-2628 to 32.ph 724-0656 to 59. 671-4216 Dr. ALICIA M. Cruz. 426-4405 (TF) Dr. ANGELES DE LEON Medical Center Chief II 913-4758 (TF). 807-2636 Director IV 809-7599.gov. 842-2245 (F) ritm@doh.com. Cruz. RELITO SAQUILAYAN (TF) Medical Center Chief II rmc@info. 721-9125 (TF) 712-6871 to 74. 807-2636 Director III 809-7599. Quezon City RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR TROPICAL MEDICINE Filinvest Corporate City. Medical Center Chief II Manila . SOCORRO P. Quezon City QUIRINO MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER Project 4.ph Dr..EAST AVENUE MEDICAL Dr. 712-4746 (TF) pocdir@info. 732-3106..ph 732-3776 to 78 loc 202/203. 725-4533.gov. 531-8682 (TF) mcc@ncmh. Manila 928-0611 to 23. 7116979(TF) erictayag4health@yahoo.com SAN LAZARO HOSPITAL Dr. LIM Medical Center Chief II 732-1077 (TF). REMIGIO M. Alabang. Quezon City PHILIPPINE ORTHOPEDIC CENTER Maria Clara cor.gov. LUISITO R. Sta. Sta. 842-2245 (F) RIZAL MEDICAL CENTER Pasig City 671-9740 loc 102. MENTAL HEALTH VICENTE Mandaluyong City Medical Center Chief II NATIONAL CHILDREN’S Dr. REYES MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER Rizal Avenue. 711-9491. Quezon City JOSE R. 732-1071jrmmc@doh.com. EPIFANIA SIMBUL HOSPITAL Medical Center Chief II E.

Quezon City Dr. Manila Dr. PAGALILAUAN.gov. MANUEL T. EDGARDO JAVILLONAR Chief of Sanitarium III Dr. 922-5608 (F) info@kidney.com 924-6001 to 25. AILEEN R.. Quezon City PHILIPPINE HEART CENTER East Ave. 924-0135.. Quezon City 924-3601.Metro Manila Dr..gov. EPIFANIO B. Malabon. JAVIER TRANSPLANT Executive Director INSTITUTE East Ave.ph BATANES GENERAL HOSPITAL Basco. CHUA CHIACO. 873-0557 (TF) Dr. 922-0551 (TF) director@phc. DELA CRUZ Medical Center Chief II SPECIALTY HOSPITALS 251-8421 to 23 loc 222. 924-0865.gov. 925-2021 (TF) lung_ctr@pxilonline. Reyes St. Jr. 294-4855 . 924-0836.TONDO MEDICAL CENTER Balut. DANGUILAN Executive Director 924-6101. 924-0840 (F) hiss@pcmc. Chief of Hospital III Dr. EDMUNDO LOPEZ District Health Officer II (047) 237-2269. Batanes JOSE N.ph LUNG CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES Quezon Ave. VICTOR J...com NATIONAL KIDNEY AND Dr. RODRIGUEZ MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Tala. Santulan.Jr.ph ikeona39@yahoo. JOSE LUIS J.ph Dr. ISABELITA ESTRELLA Chief of Hospital I 294-4853. Tondo. Executive Director CHD for NCR 925-2402 to 50.gov. JULIUS LECCIONES Executive Director Dr. 924-9755. 251-8481 (TF) vjdcruz@doh. Caloocan City LAS PIÑAS GENERAL AND SATELLITE TRAUMA CENTER Las Piñas City SAN LORENZO RUIZ WOMEN’S HOSPITAL O. Quezon City PHILIPPINE CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER Quezon Ave. 237-3635 962-9877 / 962-9884 962-8209 / 962-9887 873-0556 (TF).

442. HOSPITAL Medical Center Chief I 523-6077. 523-4080. 523-6077. FACTORA (074) 442-3165. 442-4080.442. MA. JOSEPH ROLAND O. MANUEL V. 2946717(TF) ILOCOS TRAINING AND Dr. 700-3719 REGIONAL MEDICAL Chief of Hospital III (075) 242-1143 CENTER San Fernando. La Union MARIANO MARCOS MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER Dagupan City. Apayao LUIS HORA MEMORIAL Dr.8096 CENTER Quirino. 725-2313 (075) 515-7296. Province Chief of Hospital I CHD for CAGAYAN VALLEY C/O CHD CORDILLERA 074. EDGARDO I. Valenzuela City CHD for ILOCOS 297-6711. Pangasinan REGION I MEDICAL CENTER Dagupan City.8096 (077) 792-3133. NELSON RIGOR Chiefof Hospital I C/O CHD CORDILLERA 074. Apayao Dr.8096 . Bauko. 293-2396. OTAYZA Chief of Hospital III Dr. Luna. DOMINGO C/O CHD CORDILLERA HOSPITAL & TRAINING Chief of Hospital II 074.442. (075) 523-4103 (F) AND MEDICAL CENTER BGHMC Cmpd. MARIO C.VALENZUELA MEDICAL Dr. (075) 523-4103 (F) FAR NORTH GENERAL Dr. LOURDES K. Mt. HOSPITAL BOLOMPO Abatan.. MEJIA Medical Center Chief I CHD for CORDILLERA BAGUIO GENERAL Dr. FRANCISCO VALDEZ (072) 700-1766. PANAY CENTER District Health Officer II Karuhatan. Pangasinan Dr. DANILO A. Baguio City CONNER DISTRICT HOSPITAL Conner.

Bataan Dr. Pampanga PAULINO J. 463-4615 463-1607. RENATO DIMAYUGA (043) 723-0165. 723-0517 Chief of Hospital III CHD for SOUTHERN . ACLUBA Chief of Hospital III Dr.CAGAYAN VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER Tuguegarao. CIRILO GALINDEZ HOSPITAL Chief of Hospital III Bayombong. GARCIA Dr. 844-3790 (078) 682-2029. 321-3560 (F). EMMANUEL F. VICENTE CRUZ HOSPITAL Chief of Hospital I Talavera. Cagayan SOUTHERN ISABELA GENERAL HOSPITAL Santiago City Dr. 961-3380 (044) 463-1609. VENANCIO BANZON MEMORIAL REGIONAL Chief of Hospital III HOSPITAL San Fernando. 805-3560 (F) (047) 237-2269. 844-3789. LINGAD Dr. 237-3635 JOSE B. HUBERTO LAPUZ DHO II & OIC Chief of MEMORIAL RESEARCH Hospital III & MEDICAL CENTER Cabanatuan City TALAVERA EXTENSION Dr. GLORIA BALTAZAR OIC. Nueva Ecija CHD for SOUTHERN TAGALOG (CALABARZON – 4A) BATANGAS MEDICAL CENTER Batangas City (045) 961-3921. 682-7687 VETERANS REGIONAL Dr. ILDEFONSO COSTALES Chief of Hospital III (078) 846-7240. 463-8286 (045) 411-7960 Dr. 463-2199. Chief of Hospital III (078) 321-3561 to 64. Nueva Vizcaya CHD for CENTRAL LUZON BATAAN GENERAL HOSPTAL Balanga.

472-5060. 434-6199 OSPITAL NG PALAWAN Dr. 433-2981. 759-3956 to 12 (048) 434-6864 (TF). 435-1591 (033) 361-2492 Dr. JOSEPH DEAN NICOLO Officer-in-Charge (034) 433-2697. ARTURO CUNANAN Chief of Sanitarium II (048) 433-7743. Palawan Dr. ROGELIO RIVERA Chief of Hospital III Dr. GLORIFINO JUAN Puerto Princesa City Medical Center Chief I CHD for BICOL BICOL MEDICAL CENTER Naga City Dr. 433-2721. 321-2841.TAGALOG (MIMAROPA – 4B) CULION SANITARIUM Culion. EDGARDO SARMIENTO Chief of Sanitarium II CHD for WESTERN VISAYAS (054) 451-2244 CORAZON LOCSIN Dr. 811-7801 to 12 473-8895 personnel 052-483-0017. 483-0886(TL) BICOL REGIONAL TRAINING AND TEACHING HOSPITAL Legaspi City BICOL SANITARIUM Cabusao. . JULIUS DRILON MONTELIBANO Chief of Hospital III MEMORIAL REGIONAL HOSPITAL Bacolod City DON JOSE MONFORT MEDICAL CENTER EXTENSION HOSPITAL Barotac Nuevo. JOSE MARI C. 433-2982. EFREN NERVA Medical Center Chief I (054) 472-5041. Camarines Sur Dr. Iloilo WESTERN VISAYAS Dr. (033) 321-1797.

NENITA MORAGA-PO (038) 411-4831. Barabara. GERARDO AQUINO Cheif of Hospital III CHD for EASTERN VISAYAS (032) 253-9882 to 91. ANTHONY MOTHER AND CHILD HOSPITAL Cebu City TALISAY DISTRICT HOSPITAL Talisay. Iloilo City WESTERN VISAYAS SANITARIUM Sta. Chief of Sanitarium III (032) 346-2468 Dr. DENOPOL (032) 346-2468 Chief of Hospital II Dr. MEMORIAL MEDICAL Chief of Hospital III 411-3181 to 85 CENTER Tagbilaran City EVERSLEY CHILD SANITARIUM Mandaue City ST.MEDICAL CENTER Mandurriao. ROBERT M. Iloilo FERMIN Chief of Hospital III 321-2802 DR. AGUSTIN AGOS Chief of Hospital I (032) 273-3225. VALERIA SULATRA OIC. (038) 518-0324 (F) CELESTINO GALLARES Dr. 253-2592 . Cebu VICENTE SOTTO MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER Dr. ANNABELLE DE GUZMAN Chief of Sanitarium II (033) 523-8082. LOPE MARIA CARABAÑA OIC. 273-3226 Dr. Chief of Hospital I (038) 518-0379. 523-9515 CHD for CENTRAL VISAYAS DON EMILIO DEL VALLE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Dr.

CLEMENTE ALMONTE MS II & OIC. 321-3363 Dr. DOMINGO REMUS DAYRIT Chief of Hospital II (062) 200-3427 Dr. Sulu Dr. Chief of Sanitarium I MINDANAO (062) 991-3380 Dr. ALBERTO DE LEON Chief of Hospital III (053) 321-3129. 323-8207 CHD for ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA BASILAN GENERAL HOSPITAL Basilan DR. ROY ALEXIS VALDEZ C/O CHD WESTERN Medical Officer IV MINDANAO (062) 991-3380 Dr. 321-8724. JOSE RIZAL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Lawa-an. MARIA DINNA VIRAY(065) 213-6421 PARIÑAS Chief of Hospital II Dr. RICHARD SISON Chief of Hospital C/O CHD WESTERN MINDANAO (062) 991-3380 Dr. Zamboanga del Sur MINDANAO CENTRAL SANITARIUM Pasobolong.EASTERN VISAYAS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Tacloban City SCHISTOSOMIASIS CONTROL AND RESEARCH HOSPITAL Palo. 323-2852. ALFONSO MONTUNO C/O CHD WESTERN OIC. Zamboanga City SULU SANITARIUM Jolo. Zamboanga del Sur MARGOSATUBIG REGIONAL HOSPITAL Margosatubig. Leyte Dr. Chief of Sanitarium I C/O CHD WESTERN MINDANAO (062) 991-3380 . CHARLEMAGNE ESCAPE Chief of Hospital I (053) 323-3069. Dapitan City LABUAN PUBLIC HOSPITAL Labuan.

352-0274 COTABATO REGIONAL Dr. 992-2832. 991-0537. AMER SABER Chief of Hospital II (063) 352-0070. 993-2555 CHD for NORTHERN MINDANAO HILARION A... Davao del Norte Dr. Lanao del Sur Dr. 400-3050 CHD for SOCCSKSARGEN AMAI PAKPAK MEDICAL CENTER Marawi. RAMIRO SR. 227-2731 (084) 217-3347. 429-0082 . JESUS MARTIN SANCIANGCO Chief of Hospital II (088) 521-0022 NORTHERN MINDANAO Dr. JOSE CHAN MEDICAL CENTER Chief of Hospital III Capitol Cmpd. Cagayan de Oro City CHD for SOUTHERN MINDANAO SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES Dr. HELEN P. 993-0565. REGIONAL AND TEACHING HOSPITAL Ozamis City Dr. 421-2373.ZAMBOANGA CITY MEDICAL CENTER Zamboanga City Dr. YAMBAO MEDICAL CENTER Chief of Hospital III Sinsuat Ave. (064) 421-2192 (F) cmc12@mozcom. ABDULLAH B. LEOPOLDO VEGA MEDICAL CENTER Davao City Chief of Hospital III DAVAO REGIONAL HOSPITAL Tagum. ONG Chief of Hospital III (062) 991-2934.com (064) 429-0133. Cotabato City COTABATO Dr. 421-2340. ROMEO A. (064) 421-2194. 218-2823. ROMULO BUSUEGO Chief of Hospital III (088) 856-414 (TL) / (0882) 725735 (TL) (0882) 721794 (F) (088) 521-0022 (082) 221-7029F.

Pinaring. 826-2459 . Sultan Kudarat. Surigao del Sur CARAGA REGIONAL HOSPITAL Dr.SANITARIUM Brgy. Chief of Sanitarium I CHD for CARAGA ADELA SERRA TY MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER Tandag. OIC. Medical Center Chief I (086) 211-3019. ANDRES DOLAR. MELECIO DY OIC. 826-3157. 211-3700 Dr. JR. JR. Chief of Hospital III (086) 231-7090. Maguindanao DUMAMA.

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