Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Roving clinic to service Q.C. residents in May

QUEZON CITY, April 8 (PIA) - A state-of-the-art mobile health unit will bring various medical and health services closer to residents of Quezon City starting next month.

The equipment, which is a donation from China, is fully-equiped with modern medical facilities like x-ray machine, laboratory equipment, and operating and consultation rooms.

The health unit will also provide other services such as blood chemistry, x-ray, health consultation, and minor operation procedures.

Quezon City General Hospital director Dr. Edgardo Salud said that this particular equipment from China was turned over to the Quezon City government by the Department of Health, and it will be fully operational in May this year.

The “mobile” clinic will go around the densely populated barangays in Quezon City to conduct health and medical check-up, consultation, examination, and minor procedures for the benefit of the residents in the city.

With back-up power supply, the health unit is expected to provide continuous medical and health service to the residents even when there are power interruptions in the city.

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