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San Juan to hold medical, dental mission in 4 barangays
San Juan City - San Juaneños can look forward to a day of health services as Mayor Francis Zamora announces a Medical Mission and Free Dental Extraction for the residents of Barangays Onse, Tibagan, St. Joseph, and Isabelita. The event will take place on May 21, 2023, Sunday, from 8 am to 11 am at the Barangay Onse Multipurpose Hall. Residents are advised to coordinate with their Barangay Captains for registration through tickets.
The initiative aims to provide accessible healthcare services to the residents of San Juan City, with a focus on the aforementioned barangays. The Medical Mission will offer a range of services, including general medical consultations, basic laboratory tests, and the distribution of essential medications. The aim is to address the healthcare needs of the community and ensure that residents have access to quality healthcare services.
In addition to the Medical Mission, the event will also feature a Free Dental Extraction service. This service aims to promote oral health and provide relief to those in need of dental treatment. Qualified dental professionals will be available to perform extractions free of charge, helping individuals improve their oral health and overall well-being.
Mayor Francis Zamora encourages all San Juaneños to take advantage of this opportunity and avail themselves of the medical and dental services offered during the event. He emphasizes the importance of proactive healthcare and reminds residents to prioritize their well-being.
To participate in the Medical Mission and Free Dental Extraction, residents are advised to coordinate with their respective Barangay Captains for registration. Tickets will be provided as part of the registration process, ensuring a smooth and organized flow of attendees during the event.
The announcement from Mayor Francis Zamora highlights the commitment of the local government to provide accessible healthcare services to the residents of San Juan City. The Medical Mission and Free Dental Extraction aim to address the healthcare needs of the community, particularly in the areas of general medical care and oral health.
As the event approaches, the San Juan City government, in collaboration with medical and dental professionals, will work diligently to ensure the success of the Medical Mission and Free Dental Extraction. The provision of quality healthcare services remains a priority, and the event serves as a testament to the dedication of the local government in promoting the well-being of its constituents.
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