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CITY HEALTH OFFICE ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

Dr. Rodelin M. Agbulos


CHO/Director
Dra. Carol Lourdes Carabaña
CHO/Assistant
Antonio F. Fascua Jr.
Administration Officer
Dr. Ramon Portuna & Dr. Alberto Marcelino
Head environmental health services
Myrna P. Angeles
Head Drug Testing Center
Dr. Ricardo P. Angeles
Head City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit
Dr. Rowel Rubian
Head Dental Health Services

Members:
Dra. Olivia Villena, Dentist III
Dr. Elmer Abott

Dra. Kibtiva A. Uddin


Head Reproductive Health Wellness Center

Solomon Perez
Head Malaria Section

Ms. Josephine F. Aringo


STI/HIV-AIDS Coordinator

Ms. Jocelyn M. Faustino


Counselor Record Custodian

Mr. Midzmar I. Usman & Ms. Marry Jane Francisco


Outreach Worker
NURSING SERVICES:

Pilar Almario
Nursing Supervisor

Josefina Bue
NTP Coordinator

Mila Abayon
Maternal and Child Care Coordinator

Sally Remegio
EPI Coordinator

Rosalie Mendoza
Family Planning Coordinator

Liling Macabinguil
Nutrition
POLICIES AND GUIDELINES
FOR RELATED LEARNING
EXPERIENCE

POLICIES AND GUIDELINES FOR


RELATED LEARNING EXPERIENCE
1. CLINICAL ASSIGNMENT

➢ The Clinical Coordinator for each school should coordinate with Nursing
Services for assigned clinical area of student, approved by the dean of the
school and City Health Office.

➢ A minimum of 10-12 students will be allowed per school / rotation.

➢ If 1 or 2 school are assigned in one health center they should coordinate


with each other and Health Center staff concerning learning experiences of
the student in the community.

1. UNIFORM

➢ Student must report to duty wearing the prescribed school uniform for field
affiliation.

➢ Shoes-should be flat or low-heeled closed shoes.

➢ Hair must be short or tied securely.


➢ Fingernails must be short / unpolished.

➢ Wearing of nameplates.

➢ No tattoo for both males / females.

➢ No piercing or wearing of earings for males.

➢ No smoking inside premises of H.C.

➢ Polished nails are not allowed.

1. PUNCTUALITY / ATTENDANCE

➢ Punctuality and attendance must at all times be ensured.

1. DELIVERY CALLS
➢ For those who will go on night duty at the health center, a permission slip
must be secured from parents/guardian.
➢ Student who will answer delivery call must always be supervised by the CI
or the Health Center nurse or midwife.
➢ For those student who wants to go on volunteer duty for completion of
cases will have to secure a letter from the school dean and approved by
CHO, copy furnished to the health center staff.
➢ Index card for DOS, Assisted Deliveries Cord Care etc. must be signed by
CI or health center staff before signature of PHN supervisor at CHO. (PRC
Requirement )

1. COURTESY / ATTITUDE

➢ Student must learn to show respect o CI and to the health center staff as
well.
➢ Visitors / boyfriends must not be entertained during duty hours at the health
centers.
➢ Boisterous laughing during office hours will not be allowed.

1. COURTESY / ATTITUDE

➢ Cleanliness of health center should always be maintained, particularly the


comfort room.
➢ Charging of cellphones at Health Centers will not be allowed.
➢ Proper use and maintenance of Health Centers equipments must be strictly
followed, breakage of equipments will be replaced by the student.

1. RECORDS / REPORTS

➢ Maintain order and proper records keeping of individual treatment records


of patient.
➢ Maintain confidentiality over information received from patients or
obtained from patients record.
1. RECORDS / REPORTS

➢ Any complaints regarding our health personnel, must be filed in writing


address to the City Health Office thru the Medical Officer copy furnished
to Nursing Services.