Caloocan City Medical Center mobilizes barangay medical mission
Caloocan City - The Caloocan City Medical Center (CCMC) remains committed to providing free medical services to our citizens, even on Sundays. Today, doctors and nurses from CCMC visited Barangay 29 to conduct a medical mission as part of the city government's initiative to support the residents of the said barangay.
The medical mission aims to bring healthcare closer to the community and ensure that residents have access to essential medical services. Despite it being a Sunday, the dedicated medical professionals from CCMC willingly extended their time and expertise to serve the residents.
Under the guidance of Caloocan City Mayor Along Malapitan, the medical mission at Barangay 29 was organized to address the healthcare needs of the community. The city government recognizes the importance of providing accessible healthcare services to promote the well-being of its residents.
During the medical mission, doctors and nurses conducted consultations, provided medical check-ups, and offered necessary treatments to those in need. The services rendered covered a wide range of medical concerns, ensuring that the residents received appropriate care and attention.
The presence of the medical team from CCMC brought relief and hope to the residents of Barangay 29. Many individuals and families were able to avail themselves of vital medical services without any cost, thanks to the unwavering commitment of the Caloocan City government.
Mayor Along Malapitan expressed his gratitude to the medical professionals for their dedication and compassion in serving the community, even on weekends. He emphasized the city's commitment to the health and well-being of its constituents and affirmed that the provision of quality medical services remains a top priority.
The continuity of Sunday medical services by CCMC reflects the city government's unwavering support in ensuring accessible healthcare for all. By extending medical missions to various barangays, the city aims to reach those who may have limited access to healthcare facilities, particularly in underserved areas.
The residents of Barangay 29 expressed their appreciation for the medical mission, highlighting the significance of such initiatives in their lives. The provision of free medical services not only addresses immediate healthcare needs but also promotes preventive care and encourages residents to prioritize their well-being.
The Caloocan City Medical Center, together with Mayor Along Malapitan and the city government, remains steadfast in its commitment to providing accessible healthcare services. The continuous provision of Sunday medical services and community-based medical missions demonstrate the city's dedication to the health and welfare of its residents.
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