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Adela Serra Ty Memorial Medical Center Celebrates Year End Fellowship Night & Performance Review
Last December 11, 2015, a year-end celebration of ASTMMC's Fellowship Night and Performance Review was successfully held at the Provincial Social Hall, Capitol Hills, Tandag City. The 2015 Fellowship Night gathered around a significant number of ASTMMC employees for a long night of fun, games, contests, and exciting prizes.
The event, which ended after midnight, was attended by multiple teams of hospital staff and department supervisors. Our Medical Center Chief, Dr. Ponciano S. Limcangco, MD, MBA, FPSP, CEO VI, Heads of the Administrative Division, Nursing Services, and Medical Division, as well as a distinguished panel of judges, were present that night to witness the exciting competitions lined up throughout the program.
As expected, the four different teams brought together by the last Hospital Week resumed their rivalries and reawakened their teams’ competitive spirits during the night-long celebration at the Provincial Social Hall. Enthusiastic leaders and members of Team D’ Mommy Returns (Red Team), Team Pabebe (Yellow Team - Former Champions), Team Bantay Bata (Green Team), and Team Viral (Blue Team) pulled out all their tricks and stops as they vied for the coveted Overall Champion Award. The color-filled venue gave way for the four teams as they contended for the 1st Place Awards of the various team contests namely: Choral Competition, Dubsmash Contest, and Modern Dance Competition.
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ASTMMC MEDICAL & SURGICAL MISSION 2015 :
“Kapit-Bisig para sa Kalusugang Pangkalahatan!”
Comprehensive healthcare for all Filipinos has been the main objective of the Department of Health (DOH) to support the continuous development of our country, as it is one of the fast-growing nations in the world. Along with other health-centered government sectors, the Department of Healthintends to achieve its goal of providing competent and extensive healthcare for Filipino citizens through the implementation of all-inclusive health programs in both urban and rural areas, especially.
Just recently, the DOH has launched The High Impact Five (Hi-5) program to better deliver comprehensive health care services in different regions of the country. Hospitals throughout the Philippines are expected to enforce the Hi-5 program to supplement the efforts of the DOH regional offices in achieving the global health system goals. This is to give reality to the Hi-5’s highlighted “Alagang Pinoy, Alagang DOH” slogan.
Under the Hospital Hi-5 program, there are four strategies aimed to be implemented by all government-owned and operated hospitals, namely:
- Alagang Pinoy Branding
- Kapit-Bisig para sa Kalusugang Pangkalahatan
- Strengthening Service Delivery Network
- Ensuring Availability of Drugs and Medicines
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CSC celebrates 115th Anniversary
“KAYANG KAYA MO, LINGKOD BAYANI!”
Last September, Adela Serra Ty Memorial Medical Center (ASTMMC), along with other government agencies, made way for a month-long celebration of the 115th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary (PCSA) which officially commenced on September 1, 2015. The Civil Service Commission (CSC), as lead agency, had lined up a number of events to encourage and inspire servant-heroes nationwide with the celebration theme “Kayang Kaya Mo, Lingkod Bayani!”.
This annual mandate urged ASTMMC and other government offices all over Surigao del Sur to highlight this special celebration by scheduling and conducting a particular series of activities, as well as promote inter-agency participation.
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a celebration of fun, good-fellowship, and unity
Every year in the month of August, government hospitals in the country recognize the dedicated professionals and staff that make our hospitals excellent places to receive care and patient-centered medical attention. The 2015 National Hospital Week was held last August 6-10 all over the nation. In line with this, Adela Serra Ty Memorial Medical Center (ASTMMC) planned, set about, and successfully culminated the 5-day event last August 15 in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur.
The ASTMMC Hospital Week 2015 aimed to promote our hospital’s mission of health, wellness, and high quality service to the public through the integration of recently launched Hi-5 programs by the Department of Health. The week-long celebration introduced DOH’s service-oriented Hi-5 programs namely: Child Care, Maternal Care, Infant Care, HIV/AIDS, and Service Delivery of Network. In addition, the ASTMMC Hospital Week celebration also aimed to encourage camaraderie and solidarity among our health workers ― hospital staff, administrative employees, our respected immediate supervisors, and all the men and women who support and uphold our goal of practicing a healthy lifestyle among members of the community.
Team building activities were part of the 2015 Hospital Week, and specific schedules for such activities comprised the week-long event. The gleeful participants (a total of 476 medical and nursing staff, and administrative employees altogether) were divided into 4 groups representing the cornerstones of the Hi-5 program: 1)Team Pabebe for Infant Care, (2)Team Bantay Bata for Child Care, (3)Team Viral for HIV-AIDS, and (4)TeamD’ Mommy Returns for Maternal Care. To determine the best, most dynamic team, the group of facilitators (headed by Mr. Nelle Karl Roz, RN) introduced earlier on a definite points-system that stirred up a little, friendly competition among the four lively teams.
Last August 10 (Monday), Adela Serra Ty Memorial Medical Center inaugurated DAY 1 of the Hospital Week celebration with a bang! The bunch of vivid, colorful photos included in this documentation can attest to that. It was a whole week offun games, team building activities, memorable gifts, awards and health awareness campaigns that made this event a special celebration.