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  Silver and Gold Foundation for Family and Life, Inc. holds office at Sunset Drive, Baybay, Roxas City with telephone no. (36)621-64-99. All office staff of Silver and Gold Foundation are paid employees of the companies contributing to Silver and Gold Foundation, namely: San Antonio Resort - Village, The Capiz Times, Bibingkahan Atbp., and Casa Felisa-San Antonio Beach Resort. These personnel are committed to make Silver and Gold their apostolate and have chosen to give their services for free.  
     
 

"Bulig sang PMSNC sa Capiz"

A

Philippine Medical Society
of
Northen California
Medical Mission
January 23-27, 2006
Roxas City & Bailan, Capiz, Philippines
 

Medical Mission Accomplishment Report

 

The Silver and Gold Foundation for Family and Life, Inc. (SGFFLI) facilitated a medical mission through the courtesy of the Philippine Medical Society of Northern Carolina (PMSNC) from January 20 to 27, 2006. Hotel accommodation and plane tickets were shouldered by the PMSNC doctor and nurse volunteers. Transportation going back and forth for the venue and hotels was covered by SGFFLI, same with the meals including 300 local volunteers.

At least 192 doctors and nurses gave their free services to the less fortunate Capiceños. The record shows that for five days they were able to serve 8,920 patients in the province. Major and minor surgeries were performed and medicines were distributed free among the indigents; 1,000 eyeglasses were also given away. Free wheelchairs, commodes, crutches and walking chairs were distributed; and free dental check up and teeth extraction were also done. Toys and clothes were given away to the child patients.

The surgeons were able to perform 423 surgeries; 233 major, 190 minor; the venue was the Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital for the major surgeries and, for minor surgeries, it was the City Health Office. They also served 6,637 patients in Dinggoy Roxas Civic Center , through Family Practice, Internal, Medicine, Pediatrics, GNY, Psychiatry/GP, and Pre-Op Consultations. Their dental clinic served 790, more or less patients, and Optometry, 1,070 patients. (Please see attachment 1). Cataract operations were done in Bailan District Hospital .

The Silver and Gold Foundation for Family and Life, Inc. is very grateful for the support and financial aid extended by Senator Mar Roxas II, the provincial and city governments, Dr. Joe Martinez, PREMS and others in the public and private sectors during the missions. The barangay captains also extended their support by way of giving native foods like “bicho-bicho,” “wet-wet,” etc. for the merienda of the doctors, nurses and local volunteers. (Please see attachment 4 & 5)

The Philippine Medical Society of Northern Carolina (PMSNC) thru Silver and Gold Foundation for Family and Life, Inc. (SGFFLI) donated the following equipments and assorted medicines to the following:

 

Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital :

 
3 pieces stainless Speculum
1 piece Sigmoidoscope (Welch Allyn Brand)
1 unit Ohmida Brand Anesthesia Machine
1 unit Gurney’s with pink cushions stretcher

1 unit Hillrom Gurney stretcher

5 pieces IV Stands
assorted kinds of medicines (please attachment 2)
 

Bailan District Hospital :

 
10 pairs of crutches

1 piece semi stretcher

1 Amsco 2080 O.R. table

1 brown O.R. table

1 box Rifater medicines

1 box Decadron medicines

 

City Health Office:

 

1 Apex 2000 Dental chairs

1 pediatric exam table

1 green exam table

2 Midmark exam tables

assorted kinds of medicines (please see attachment 3)
 

Despite all of these achievements, the medical mission did not go without its critics. There were 10 or 0.10 percent, incidents or feedbacks on record but fortunately no untowardly gross effects were reported or any formal complaints received by SGFLLI and PMSNC. Overall, the medical mission was a resounding success! And, its greatest accomplishment actually is the coming together of so many helpful hands all over the globe, all in order to make a difference among the really deserving citizens of Capiz and Roxas City .

 

2006 PMSNC Medical Mission Statistics

 

Patients served: 8,920

Surgery: 423

Major: 233

1. General: 68

a) cholecystectomy - 5

b) thyroidectomy - 16

c) mastectomy - 2

d) excision, breast mass - 10

e) inguinal hernoirrhaphy - 22

f)   femoral hernoirrhaphy - 1

g) hydrocelectomy - 2

h) ileostomy take down - 1

i)   excision, mass - 9

2. OB-GYN: 28

a) TAH/BSO - 17

b) TAH - 4

c) Vaginal hysterectomy - 1

d) BSO - 1

e) Ovarian cystectomy - 2

f)   Ceasarean section with tubal ligation - 1

g) D & C - 2

3. Ophthalmology: 86

a) Cataract extraction - 40

b) Cataract extraction with lens implant - 1

c) Pterygiectomy - 44

d) Len retrieval - 1

e) Cyst removal - 1

f)   Foreign Body removal - 1

4. Orthopedics: 7

a) BKA - 1

b) Closed reduction/cast - 2

c) Open reduction/cast - 1

d) Excision, extremity mass - 3

5. Otolaryngology; 13

a) Resection, thyroglossal duct cyst - 2

b) Parotidectomy - 2

c) Thyroid CA resection with radical neck dissection - 1

d) Tonsillectomy - 2

e) Mass excision, head & neck - 6

6. Plastic Surgery: 22

a) Cleft lip - 10

b) Cleft palate - 8

c) Cleft lip & palate - 2

d) Uvuloplasty - 1

e) repair, facial laceration - 1

7. Urology: 9

a) Radical orchiectomy - 1

b) Hypospadias repair - 1

c) Orchiopexy (cryptorchidism) - 1

d) Prostatectomy - 1

e) Urethral cystectomy - 1

f)   Hydrocelectomy - 1

g) Hernoirrhaphy/hdyrocelectomy - 1

h) cystoscopy -1

Minor: 190

1. Mass excision - 170

2. I & D/Aspiration - 8

3. Cauterization - 12

 

Out-Patient Medical Clinic: 6,637

Family Practice: 2,098

Internal Medicine: 1,556

Pediatrics: 2,296

GYN: 172

Psychiatry/GP: 313

Pre-Op Consultations: 202

 Dental Clinic: 790+

Optometry: 1,070

Donations to Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital

The Philippine Medical Society of Northern Carolina , thru the Silver and Gold Foundation for Family and Life, Inc. donated the following Medical Equipment an Medicines, to wit:

3 pieces stainless speculum

1 piece Sigmoidoscope (Welch Allyn Brand)

1 unit Ohmida Brand Anesthesia Machine

1 unit Gurney’s with pink cushions stretcher

1 unit Hillrom Gurney stretcher

5 pieces IV Stands

1 box (48 bottles) Decadron

1 box 98 bottles (60 tabs) Rifater

1 pad (6 tabs) Napre Pac

1 pad (20 tabs) Xenical

3 boxes Fleet Enema

2 bottles (7 tabs) Welchol

1 Adrinocard injection

1 pad (3 tabs) Nia Span

13 pads (7 tabs) Levoxyl

5 bottles (7 caps) Tofranil

1 box (108 pieces) Enfamil Grad-U-Feed

4 pads (24 tabs) Zoloft

1 pad (6 tabs) Citlopram

1 bottle (7 tabs) Reminyl

29 pads (7 tabs) Lexapro

1 pad (14 tabs) Sanctura

17 pieces Bardex Foley Catheter

2 bottles Urolux 473 ml

 

Donations to the City Health Office

 The Philippine Medical Society of Northern Carolina , thru the Silver and Gold Foundation for Family and Life, Inc. donated the following medical equipment and medicines, to wit;

 2 Midmark 104 exam tables

1 pediatric exam table

1 green exam table

1 Apex 2000 dental chair

4 boxes (25 pieces) Speculum

70 pieces Lubricating Jelly

1 box 96 bottles (60 tabs) Rifater

2 bottles Antibacterial Skin Lotion

1 box (100 pieces) Monoject Insulin Syringes

1 box (100 lancets) Thinlets

1 5mcg. Byetta

30 pads (4 pads) Restoril

12 pads (7 tabs) Lexapro

6 boxes (24 tabs) Seroquel

1 bottle (18 tabs) Welchol (Colesevelam HCI)

1 bottle (7 caps) Cymbalta

30 pads (2 caps) Geodon

6 pads (2 tabs) Zomig

5 pads (6 tabs) Niravam

1 bottle Cerumenex eardrops

8 pads (10 tabs) Seroquel

4 pads (4 tabs) Seroquel

9 pads (24 tabs) Seroquel

4 pads (35 tabs) Aricept

6 pads (ODT) Aricept

1 pad (7 caps) Triglide

24 bottles (7 tabs) Antara

5 bottles (7 caps) Strattera

8 pads (7 tabs) Synthroid

Cash donors

1. Mrs. Inday Asis

2. Provincial Assessor Oking and Mrs. Daking barrios

3. Mrs. Emper Bergantinos and Family

4. Engr. Tex Besa

5. Mrs. Gina Cabantug

6. Cong. Fredenil Castro

7. Mr. Pablo Chu

8. Mrs. Susana Garcia

9. Mrs. Gilda Goldsberry

10. Mr. Toto Lopez

11. Mr. Ernesto Martelino and Family

12. Dr. & Mrs. Rustico Ortiz

13. Mrs. Rosalie N. Pisuena

14. Mr. Mario Ramos

15. Mr. & Mrs. Carlos Ramos and Family

16. Rotary Club of Roxas

17. Mr. & Mrs. Meliton Salazar

18. Mayor Remedios Oñas and the Municipality of Sapian

19. Atty. & Mrs. Gordon Yap

20. Mr. Frank Manabat and Aguman Capampangan

21. Capiz Christian Church

22. Mrs. Joy Usison and the Christian Family Movement (CFM

23. Couples for Christ c/o Mrs. Remy Laplana

24. Brgy. Capt. Antonino and Brgy. 1

25. Brgy. Agustin Jimenez and Bgry. 10

26. Brgy. Alice Alvarez and Brgy. 11

27. Raymund Locsin and the Municipality of Pres. Roxas

28. Philippine Councilors League (PCL)

Non-cash donors

1. ACS

2. Agua Antonio Water

3. Aqua Klean Water

4. Odong & Neneng Arceño

5. Black & White

6. Chowking

7. EDGEN Bakery

8. Mang Inasal

9. Muslim Community

10. Necie’s Water

11. Rosemae Fruits

12. Mr. Joe & Mrs. Daday Acevedo

13. Marites Alantason

14. Joel Albar

15. Mr. Oca & Agnes Andrada

16. Anisco Family

17. Medy Arenga

18. Mercedes Artates

19. Manolito Basquez

20. Beth Bunda

21. Drs. Amy and Charlie Robles

22. Mr. Boy Severo and Aqua Best Water

23. Tony Sy

24. Mayor Noel Yap and the Municipality of Ivisan

25. Brotherhood of Christian Businessmen and Professionals

26. Parish of St. Martin of Tours CFM c/o Joey & Joy Usison, Dumalag

27. Sto. Niño Chaplaincy CFM c/o SB Noe Castro, Sto. Niño, Dumalag

28. Our Lady of Snows Parish CFM c/o Mike & Lot Cruzada, Dumarao

29. St. Sebastian Parish CFM c/o Fred & Toto Lopez, Jamindan

30. St. Catherine Parish CFM c/o Ed & Jessie Tupaz, Mambusao

31. Sta. Monica parish CFM c/o Simeon & Lits Basquez, Panay

32. Most Holy Trinity Parish CFM c/o Art & Rose Bonilla, Pilar

33. St. Joseph of the Universal Church Parish CFM c/o Mer & Susan Garcia, Dulangan, Pilar

34. St. Isidore Parish CFM c/o Otet and Noeme Dumol, Pontevedra

35. Sto. Niño Parish CFM, Hipona, Pontevedra

36. St. Joseph the Worker Parish CFM, President Roxas

37. St. Therese of Avila Parish CFM c/o Oking and Daking Barrios, Loctugan, Roxas City

38. St. Anne Parish CFM c/o Tom & Sil Orillos, Sapian

39. St. John the Baptist Parish CFM c/o SB Bettu Quirao, Sigma

40. Brgy. 2

41. Brgy. 4

42. Brgy. 6

43. Brgy. Adlawan

44. Brgy. Banica

45. Brgy. Bato

46. Brgy. Baybay

47. Brgy. Cabugao & BK Enesaria Aponesto and Family

48. Brgy. Cagay

49. Brgy. Cogon

50. Brgy. Dayao

51. Brgy. Dinginan

52. Brgy. Gabuan

53. Brgy. Inzo Arnaldo Village

54. Brgy. Jumaguicjic

55. Brgy. Lanot

56. Brgy. Liong

57. Brgy. Loctugan

58. Brgy. Lonoy

59. Brgy. Punta Cogon

60. Brgy. Punta Tabuc

61. Brgy. Sibaguan

62. Brgy. Tanza

63. Brgy. Tiza

64. Capiz Women’s League (CWL) under Ms. Josie Altavas and Ms. Merle Deocampo

 
 
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