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LPH-MDH joins the PAYANIG Challenge 2016

Laguna Provincial Hospital – Majayjay District Hospital
October 6, 2016
 

   The Laguna Provincial Hospital – Majayjay District Hospital (LPH-MDH) joined the 3rd Quarter Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill – Payanig Challenge on September 28, 2016.  

  The drill started around 9:00 AM and lasted for 18 minutes. The drill encompassed all aspects of emergency response including evacuation and rescue, firefighting, security, medical services and communication.
 
  Hospital personnel were briefed in advance about the scenario and what the responses were supposed to be. Upon hearing the signal, the personnel did the duck, cover and hold drill then evacuated calmly with hands on their heads. A medical team provided a triage and treatment area. “Injured” personnel were evacuated on stretchers and wheel chairs by the rescuers.
 
  After the drill, a formal assessment and feedback were given by Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Chief Reymundo P. Male, Sr. and Mr. Jerome Talabis, RN of the Provincial Operation Center – Health Emergency Management Bureau with some recommendation for future actions. An assessment grade of 9.5 out of 10 was given.
 
   The activity wouldn’t be as successful if not for the great effort of Ms. Luzviminda Bautista, RN and Ms. Ronna Mercurio, RN, HEMS Coordinators of MDH hospital and Command Officer Ms. Christy C. Cerez. We are very grateful for the full cooperation and collaboration of different agencies: BFP, PNP, MDRR Officer and OPCEN-HEMS for participating and sharing emergency insight and expertise.