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Medical & Health Services of Calamba


RURAL HEALTH UNIT SERVICES

MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH  
     a) Pre Natal Daily
     b) Deliveries As need arises
     c) Post Natal As need arises  
     d) Family Planning Consultation   Daily
 Growth Monitoring O-I Daily
EXPANDED PROGRAM ON IMMUNIZATION  
     1. Routine Immunization for Infants Monthly
     2. Tetanus Toxoid for Pregnant Monthly
CONTROL OF ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTION  
     1. Treatment of Early Pneumonia Cases Daily
CONTROL OF DIARRHEAL DISEASES ORT USE Daily
DENTAL HEALTH Every 15th & 30th of the month
COMPREHENSIVE NUTRITION PROGRAM         
     1. Weighing of 2° to 3° malnourished Daily
     2. Micronutrient Supplementation  
     a. Vitamin A deficiency prevention control program Daily
     b. Identification of all VAD cases Daily
NATIONAL RABIES CONTROL PROGRAM As need arises
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM  
     1. Inspection of water supply Monthly
     2. Water sampling Monthly
     3. Disinfection of water supply source Monthly
     4. Household container disinfection Monthly
     5. Construction and implementation of toilet Daily
     6. Inspection of food establishment Twice A Month
TUBERCOLUSIS CONTROL PROGRAM  
     1. Sputum Microscopy Daily
MALARIA CONTROL PRGRAM  
     1. Case finding As need arises
NATIONAL LEPROSY CONTROL PROGRAM  
     1. Case finding or skin split split  
CARDIO VASCULAR DISEASE PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM  
     1. Surveillance Daily
     2. Treatment and Counseling for STD Daily
Others:  
COVID VACCINATION  
       1. Availability of vaccines  As need arises
     Pre-Marriage Counseling Every 1st Tuesday and last Tuesday of the Month


MEDICAL & HEALTH STATISTICS



  • 9 Barangay Health Stations
  • 3 Main Barangay Health Stations
  • Presence of 190 Barangay Health Workers
  • Presence of Barangay Trained "Hilots"
  • Presence of Barangay Nutrition Scholar
  • Health program implemented based on DOH




Standard Supplies – Vaccines:Image
 
    For the past 3 years, Bronchitis was the number one cause of sickness or morbidity followed by Diarrhea, then Pneumonia. The leading causes of death are Cardiovascular diseases followed by Pneumonia.