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SM City Calamba hosts Foundation’s medical mission; 1,155 treated

Calamba, Laguna—A total of 1,155 residents from different barangays of the city have benefitted from the medical and dental mission conducted at SM City Calamba by SM Foundation.

SM City Calamba hosts Foundation’s medical mission; 1,155 treated
The conduct of diagnostic medical and dental missions, like this recent one at SM City Calamba, is a continuing program of SM Foundation since it was first launched in 2001.
Medical consultation recorded the highest number of beneficiaries at 917. Other patients took advantage of the free dental services (90), eye-check-up (61), ECG (19), chest x-ray (24), uric acid test (25), and hemoglobin test (19).

Partners for this medical mission were the local government unit of Calamba, Dr. Jose P Rizal Memorial District Hospital, University of Perpetual Help, Asia Pacific College and The Eye Lab-Integrated Philippine Association of Optometrists.

The conduct of diagnostic medical and dental missions is a continuing program of SM Foundation since it was first launched in 2001. Through the missions, free medical care and services such as medical consultations, basic laboratory tests and dental check-ups have been provided to thousands of patients. 

Complete medicine dosages are also dispensed and patients who require hospitalization or treatment in hospitals are referred.

To ensure the sustainability of the program, SM Foundation schedules follow through medical missions or in the case of referred patients, conducts follow up in hospitals where they are undergoing treatment.

Topics: SM City Calamba , SM Foundation , The Eye Lab-Integrated Philippine Association of Optometrists
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