Caloocan's mobile clinic program offers free chest X-rays
Caloocan City Mayor Along Malapitan continues to prioritize the health and well-being of his constituents as the mobile clinic program that offers free chest x-rays to residents goes on. The program is a significant part of the city's healthcare services as it aims to eradicate tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases in the community.
The City Health Department (CHD) has been instrumental in the success of the program as they work hand in hand with Mayor Malapitan's administration to ensure the accessibility of healthcare services to the residents. The mobile clinic program has been making rounds in different areas of the city to cater to as many residents as possible.
Mayor Malapitan expressed his gratitude to the CHD for their commitment to the program and their efforts to promote the importance of healthcare in the city. He also encouraged residents who have not availed of the free chest x-ray to take advantage of the program.
For those who are interested in availing of the free chest x-ray, the schedule and venue can be found through the link: bit.ly/FreeChestXRay. The program is a testament to the city's commitment to the health and well-being of its residents, and Mayor Malapitan is determined to continue providing accessible healthcare services to everyone in the community.
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