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Free surgical mission for hare lip and cleft palate

Dr. Jose P. Rzal Memorial District Hospital

August 19, 2016

     The SERBISYO BALITA Newspaper and CNN Newspaper Philippines in collaboration with Brotherhood Operation Sweet Smile (B.O.S.S.), conducted a community service and sponsored Free Surgical Mission for Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate in partnership with the Provincial Government of Laguna through Dr. Jose P. Rizal Memorial District Hospital (DRJPRMDH) in Calamba City, Laguna.

 

     On July 12, 2016, SB-CNN Newspapers and Media Services represented by Ms. Laarni D. Barairo, Publisher of SERBISYO BALITA and Mr. Arjay Salgado, Publisher of CNN Newspaper Philippines requested Laguna Governor Ramil L. Hernandez for the use of DRJPRMDH as venue for their surgical mission. They also requested to use part of the hospital’s facilities such as ward and operating room.

 

     The mission started August 11 and ended on August 13, 2016. Medicines, operation and medical services of the doctors were free of charge. Beneficiaries of this project were mostly residents of Laguna.

 

     Thanks to the services of Dr. Rico Nebres, volunteer surgeon and Dr. Nylene Arizala Tan, volunteer anesthesiologist, as well as to the medical and nursing staff who were part of the surgical mission.

   Thirteen (13) children benefited from this mission. Five (5) underwent palatoplasty and eight (8) underwent cheiloplasty.

ROMMEL M. GELUZ

 

 

Adm. Aide III

DRJPRMDH

August 18, 2016