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LOCATION MAP-PROVINCE

OF SORSOGON

PHILIPPINE MAP
PROVINCE OF SORSOGON
Situationer
Malnutrition
Unemployment
Poverty

Low Per
Capita Income

Inaccessible PHILIPPINE MAP


Geographic Location
High Infant Mortality Rate
HEALTH PERSONNEL & FACILITY
POPULATION RATIO
PERSONNEL NO. STANDARD ACTUAL
RATIO RATIO
REMARKS
Municipal Health Officer 18 1:20,000 1:35,478
Understaffed !
Public Health Dentist 10 1:20,000 1:63,860 Understaffed !
Public Health Nurse 48 1:20,000 1:13,304
Rural Medical Technologist 16 1:1 mun. 1:1 mun.

Rural Health Midwife 152 1:5,000 1:4,201


Rural Sanitary inspector 17 1:1 mun. 1:1 mun.
Barangay Health Worker 1602 1:20 HH 1:68 HH Understaffed !

BNS 85
TBA 508
FACILITY
Rural Health Unit 16 1:20,000 1:39,912 Poor Facilities !
Barangay Health Station 159 1:5,000 1:4,016
Hospital Bed 250 1:500 pop. 1:2,554 Poor Facilities !
TEN LEADING CAUSES OF MORBIDITY (General)
PROVINCE OF SORSOGON
CY 1998
Pneumonia 5.32

Gastro Intestinal Disorder 6.03

Diarrhea 6.13

Hypertension 7.16

Nut/Vit Deficiencies 8.59

Intestinal Paratism 8.86

Skin Problems 11.86

Anemia 11.88
Rate/1000 pop.
Influenza 15.51

ARI 98.96

0 20 40 60 80 100 120

NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE DISEASES CAN BE FULLY ADDRESSED BY THE FLOATING
CLINIC, IN ITS EARLY STAGE RESULTING IN A MUCH LESSER HEALTH
CARE EXPENSES ON THE PART OF THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PUBLIC.
PROVINCIAL FLOATING CLINIC
BOTIKA SA BARANGAY
FLOATING CLINIC
BOTIKA SA BARANGAY
VISION
HEALTHY, PRODUCTIVE,
SELF RELIANT SORSOGUEOS
MISSION
TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND SANITARY
CONDITIONS IN THE INACCESSIBLE, FAR-
FLUNG, CRITICAL, UNDERSERVED
BARANGAYS AND RAISE THE QUALITY OF
LIFE OF THE PEOPLE THEREIN.
OBJECTIVES
1. To provide pro-active health and medical services
to remote coastal and interior barangays.
2. To maximize access to humanitarian health
services provided by local, national, and
international private and non-government
organizations.
3. To promote and sustain people empowerment as
managers of local health programs.
4. To complement the regular health services of
government.
AREAS OF OPERATION
KEY INDICATORS/ PROJ ECT AREA
TOWNS POPULATION NO. OF COASTAL IN-LAND TOTAL NO.
HOUSEHOLD BARANGAYS BARANGAYS OF BARANGAYS
BACON 30,781 5,130 13 8 21
BARCELONA 6,558 1,093 7 2 9
BULAN 31,339 5,223 13 22 35
BULUSAN 6,511 1,085 8 - 8
CASIGURAN 10,768 1,795 5 4 9
CASTILLA 28,337 4,723 11 15 26
DONSOL 26,005 4,334 18 17 35
GUBAT 23,177 3,863 5 13 18
J UBAN 8,311 1,385 3 6 9
IROSIN 23,446 3,908 - 13 13
MAGALLANES 23,454 3,909 15 11 26
MATNOG 24,081 4,014 17 14 31
PILAR 39,237 6,540 13 23 36
PRIETO DIAZ 3,844 641 6 - 6
STA. MAGDALENA 13,265 2,211 7 8 15
SORSOGON 41,865
- 6,978
- 8 17 25
TOTALS 436,927 72,821 149 173 322
MAP OF SERVICE AREA OF THE
FLOATING CLINIC/ BOTIKA
SA BARANGAY
MEDICAL SERVICES

Preventive

1. Preventive Health Education


2. Walking Blood Bank
3. CVD Screening
4. Cataract Detection/Screening
Curative
1. Free Medical Consultation
Services
2. Free Dental Services
3. Free Medicines Dispensing
Program
4. Free Surgery Referral Services
5. Free Emergency Medical Rescue
Services
SOCIAL SERVICES
1. Botika sa Barangay
2. NFA Rice Distribution
3. Free Ambulance Service
4. Income Generating Projects
DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
X-RAY
ECG
CBC
URINALYSIS
STOOL EXAM.
X-MATCHING
BLOOD TYPING
FLOATING CLINIC CAPABILITIES
Minor Surgery
Emergency Paramedic Services
Health Education and Sanitation
Community Organization
FLOATING CLINIC FEATURES
Vessel with Equipment
Crew
Medical and Dental Staff
Medicines (Free, Full Course)
Communications Services
Ambulance
THE REGULAR FLOATING
CLINIC/ BOTIKA SA
(2) Rural Health Physician
BARANGAY
(2) Dentist STAFF
(1) Medical Technologist
(3) Rural Health Nurse
(4) X-Ray Technician
(2) Botika sa Barangay Supervisor
(3) Botswain
(1) Mechanic
(1) Carpenter
(2) Ambulance Driver
(3) Cook
(4) Utility Worker
1999 BUDGET
I. PERSONAL SERVICES - 1,333,072

II. MAINTENANCE & OPERATING


EXPENSES - 1,796,928

III. CAPITAL OUTLAY - 370,000


TOTAL - 3,500,000
PERSONNEL
1. Organic - 19 persons
2. Augmentation Personnel from other
District Hospitals
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
SUMMARY OF ACTUAL & PROJECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS
ACTUAL PROJECTED ACCOMP.
TARGETS 2000
ACTIVITIES TOTAL 1998 - 1999 2000 Q1 2001
QTY. INDICATOR Q2-Q4
PREVENTIVE MEDICAL SERVICES:
PREVENTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION 269,038 BENEFICIARIES 120,124 99,276 20,848 63,537 85,377
WALKING BLOOD BANK 30,433 BENEFICIARIES 13,588 11,230 2,358 7,187 9,658
CVD SCREENING PROGRAM 3,378 BENEFICIARIES 1,508 1,247 262 798 1,072
CATARACT DETECTION / SCREENING 4,730 BENEFICIARIES 2,112 1,745 367 1,117 1,501

CURATIVE MEDICAL SERVICES:


FREE MEDICAL CONSULTATION 67,568 BENEFICIARIES 30,169 24,933 5,236 15,957 21,442
FREE DENTAL SERVICES 2,033 BENEFICIARIES 908 750 158 480 645
FREE MEDICINES DISPENSING PROGRAM 55,162 BENEFICIARIES 24,630 20,355 4,275 13,027 17,505
FREE SURGERY REFERRAL SERVICES 1,152 BENEFICIARIES 514 425 89 272 366

SOCIAL SERVICES:
BOTIKA SA BARANGAY 378 BARANGAYS 208 179 49 115 55
NFA-RICE DISTRIBUTION 2,385 HOUSE HOLD 1,065 880 185 563 757
FREE AMBULANCE SERVICES 1,780 BENEFICIARIES 795 657 138 420 565
INCOME GENERATING PROJECTS 412 BARANGAYS 184 152 32 97 131

DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
RADIOLOGIC EXAMINATION BENEFICIARIES
ECG SERVICES BENEFICIARIES
TOTAL 438,449 195,804 161,829 33,995 103,571 139,074
PROJECT IMPACT

GENERALLY:

1. Improved the quality of life of the people


in the project area through the
improvement of health conditions and
increase in productivity and income;
2. Restore Peoples confidence in the
Government.
SPECIFICALLY:

1. EFFECTIVENESS OF SERVICE DELIVERY

PROVIDE ACCESSIBILITY OF MEDICAL


AND DENTAL SERVICES IN COASTAL
AND REMOTE INLAND BARANGAYS
FREE MEDICAL AND DENTAL SERVICES
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY OF BASIC
HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES
2. POSITIVE SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND/OR
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

INCREASED HUMAN PRODUCTIVITY AND


INCOME
CLEANER ENVIRONMENT
GREATER RESISTANCE TO INFECTIOUS
DISEASES AND EPIDEMICS
BETTER ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION
AND LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT
PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES
IMPROVED VALUES FOR SOCIAL AMENITIES
AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
3. PROMOTION OF PEOPLE EMPOWERMENT

GREATER CAPACITY TO PLAN AND MANAGE


HEALTH & MICRO- LIVELIHOOD
DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
BETTER CAPACITY TO DEVELOP, PROMOTE,
AND SUSTAIN THEIR OWN ADVOCACY
PROGRAMS
4. TRANSFERABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

SIMPLICITY OF PROJECT DESIGN AND


OPERATIONS
BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS WITHIN THE
CAPABILITY OF LGU
PROJECT IS ATTRACTIVE TO BOTH LOCAL
AND FOREIGN FUNDING INSTITUTIONS
PEOPLE SUPPORT IS PREVALENT IN THE IN
THE WHOLE PROVINCE
5. CREATIVE USE OF POWERS

FOCUS ON PRO-ACTIVE RATHER THAN


REACTIVE STRATEGY

(TITLE I, CHAPTER 2, SECTION 16 AND 17)


(TITLE 4, CHAPTER 1, SECTION 459, LGC- 1999)
(R.A. 7160)
From the
staff of
the
Floatin
g Clinic Bangon
MARAMING SALAMAT PO
MABUHAY ANG PILIPINO
HIGIT SA LAHAT, TAO
BAWAT ISA, MAHALAGA

FROM THE PEOPLE OF SORSOGON