DMCI Homes, under its Kaakbay sa Kalusugan: Medical Mission program, provided over 5,700 medicines, wheelchairs, nebulizers and other medical devices and supplies to indigent residents in Guadalupe Viejo, Makati City. 226 patients were seen during the medical mission, which was held in partnership with Makati Medical Center, Generika, Insular Health Care, Westmont Unilab, Rotary Club of South Triangle, Riqueza Events Services and the DMCI Homes homeowners from Stellar Place and Zinnia Towers.
Semirara Mining and Power Corporation maintains and operates the only health facility in Semirara Island, a 15-bed infirmary
that is duly-licensed by the Department of Health.
The infirmary has 31 medical personnel that serves the company’s employees and their dependents, and host community. It offers complete ancilliary services such as laboratory, x-ray, dental and pharmacy. A Manila-based sonologist also visits the hospital twice a month to conduct ultrasound tests on pregnant residents.
Zambales Diversified Metals Corporation distributed assorted health equipment, multivatimins and basic medicines to over 2,500 households in Brgy. Bolitoc in Sta. Cruz, Zambales and Brgys. Lauis, Malabon, Taposo and Uacon in Candelaria, Zambales.
The company also provided supplemental honorariums to the 12 Barangay Health Workers that serve the 267 households in
Brgy. Pinagrealan. Six daycare workers, who attend to 140 toddlers, were likewise extended supplemental honorariums.
Sem-Calaca Power Corporation regularly conducts medical missions, free clinics and feeding activities in its host
communities. In 2017, over 2,700 medical, dental and optical patients from Brgys. Calantas, Dacanlao, Quizumbing and San Rafael in Calaca and Brgys. Baclaran, San Piro and Taludtod in Balayan (all in the province of Batangas) benefited from the free medical consultations.
DMCI Power offered free medical check-ups and medicine to the residents of Brgys. Sta. Isabel and Tawiran in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro. Around 100 residents from these two host communities benefited from the outreach activity.
Berong Nickel Corporation provided medical supplies, basic medicine and medical assistance to the Barangay Health Clinics in Brgys. Berong and Aramaywan, benefitting over 1,700 households.
The company also shouldered the monthly allowance of the 12 daycare workers who run the five daycare centers in the two communites. Around 150 toddlers go to these facilities everyday.
BNC funded the construction of a Basic Emergency Obstetric Care (BeMOC) unit and other health facilities in Brgy. Berong, which will be used to serve the 856 households in the area.