PUERTO PRINCESA, Palawan, April 1 (PIA) — The Department of Health (DOH)–Mimaropa recently turned-over 372 TSeKaP (Tamang Serbisyo para sa Kalusugan ng Pamilya) Equipment Packages to Local Government Units (LGUs) in the province.
The turn-over ceremony was held at the Victoriano J. Rodriguez Hall Capitol complex.
Every TSeKaP Equipment Package contains two non-contact thermometers, one stethoscope, one digital blood pressure apparatus, glucometer (for measuring blood sugar level), one dressing set (for sterile wound care) and two nebulizers (for asthma relief).
TSeKaP is part of the department’s Kalusugan Pangkalahatan by strengthening health systems; increase the efficiency and effectiveness of delivery of basic health services and enable a more equitable distribution of national health programs through the government’s Daang Matuwid Program.
According to DOH-Mimaropa, the TSeKaP Equipment Packages will be given to rural health units, urban health centers and barangay health stations in order for them to be able to function properly and reduce delays and failure in the delivery of treatment and care to patients in the community. (OCJ/LBR/PIA4B-Palawan)