Malabon receives prestigious DOH race to end TB 2023 awards
Malabon City has been recognized for its exceptional efforts in the fight against tuberculosis (TB) at the recently concluded DOH Race to End TB 2023 Annual Awards. The city proudly secured two distinguished awards, the Gold Award for Treatment Coverage Rate and the Silver Award for Drug Resistant TB Treatment Success Rate.
Mayor Jeannie Sandoval expressed her heartfelt gratitude to all the departments and individuals who played an integral role in this achievement. She gave special recognition to the City Health Department, as well as the dedicated doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers who have tirelessly worked to enhance the city's healthcare initiatives and improve the lives of its residents.
The Gold Award for Treatment Coverage Rate reflects Malabon's exceptional dedication to ensuring that its residents receive the necessary treatment and care for TB. This award underscores the city's commitment to reaching every individual affected by TB and providing them with the support they need to overcome this challenging health issue.
Furthermore, the Silver Award for Drug Resistant TB Treatment Success Rate is a testament to the city's efficacy in managing cases of drug-resistant TB. This accolade highlights Malabon's robust healthcare infrastructure and its ability to provide comprehensive and effective treatment to individuals with more complex forms of the disease.
Mayor Sandoval emphasized that these awards are not only a reflection of the city's healthcare achievements but also a testament to the collective spirit of the community. The collaboration between different departments, healthcare professionals, and residents has contributed to Malabon's success in combating TB and improving public health.
The DOH Race to End TB 2023 Annual Awards serve as a motivation for Malabon to continue its unwavering commitment to healthcare excellence. The city's leadership and healthcare teams remain dedicated to providing accessible and high-quality healthcare services, ensuring that the well-being of every resident is prioritized.