PAMPANGA first district Board member Krizzanel “Win-Win” Garbo led the launching of “Alagang Nanay” program in Bgy. Dau, Mabalacat City, Pampanga.
BM Garbo is leading the city’s drive on preventive healthcare.
According to the former three-termer city councilor and chairperson of Sangguniang Panlalawigan’s Committee on Health, “Alagang Nanay” is a comprehensive wellness care initiative that provides medical consultation, basic laboratory services, and free medicines to constituents in need.
The “Alagang Nanay” program is part of the efforts of the Office of Special Adviser of Flagship Programs for Health (OSAFPH) headed by Dr. Jose Antonio Rivera to ensure that healthcare services are accessible to everyone, especially those in underserved areas.
Around 360 beneficiaries in Bgy. Dau underwent the process of biometrics and blood extraction, and received “MCG Cares” card.
The MCG Cares card is a valuable tool in providing healthcare services to the Mabalaquenians. It contains important information about their medical history, which can be used by healthcare professionals to provide effective treatment.
The card also allows beneficiaries to avail themselves of free medicines and other healthcare services, and it also combines the benefit of having a vaccination status card.
BM Garbo thanked the OSAFPH for its efforts in bringing the “Alagang Nanay” program to Bgy. Dau, adding the program is a significant step towards achieving the goal of providing quality healthcare services to her Kabalens in Pampanga.
The “Alagang Nanay” program is one of the many initiatives being undertaken by the Pampanga government to improve the healthcare system in the province.
She and her team are committed to ensuring that each resident of Pampanga has access to quality healthcare services, regardless of their economic status or location.
The success of the “Alagang Nanay” program in the village serves as a model for other communities in Pampanga.
The program’s comprehensive approach to healthcare services has the potential to make a significant impact on the lives of the residents of the province.