Dr. Joselito R. Chavez, Deputy Executive Director, and Dr. Rose Marie Rosete Liquete, Executive Director IV of the National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI), 2019 and 2021 Presidential Lingkod Bayan (PLB) awardees, respectively, have been featured in the Philippine Civil Service Commission online segments entitled “Honor Awards Program (HAP) Story” and “Lingkod Bayan Diaries (LBD)”. continue reading : Philippine Civil Service Commission Honor Awards Program (HAP) Story Search for Outstanding Government Workers Awardees
In order to ensure efficient process on managing patients at the Emergency room, the public is advised to call our COVID and NON-COVID hotlines prior to transferring and transporting of patients.The hospital will strictly enforce its policy on “COORDINATED PATIENT TRANSFER”. Hence, it is recommended to reach us through our hotlines first.
There were 113 CLMMRH employees who were affected by the COVID-19 Disease between January 1 and 18, 2022. Most of the employees were considered to have breakthrough infections, but thanks to the vaccines, none developed severe disease.
In this challenging time, we believe that our frontliners need the boost to keep on going. Here’s to all the frontliners who continue to stand and to keep the fort. The battle is long but you didn’t back down. There may be times that you were hit by COVID, but you, our heroes, never hesitated continue reading : May Pag-asa, A Song for Our Frontliners
DZMM TeleRadyo’s SAKTO interview with Dr. Julius M. Drilon (January 12, 2022) Dr. Julius M. Drilon is interviewed by ABS-CBN News’s DZMM TeleRadyo Program: SAKTO regarding the impending surge of COVID-19 cases in Bacolod and Negros Occidental and its effect on the preparations of Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH).
[su_photo_panel border=”0px none #cccccc” shadow=”0px 1px 2px #eeeeee” text_align=”center” photo=”http://clmmrh.doh.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Nikon-094.jpg” target=”blank”][/su_photo_panel] Becoming a mother entails great responsibility. A lot of things are needed to nurture a child to grow healthy. A mother taking care of twins, triplets or even quadruplets is mind-breaking. Attending to their needs at the same time may be stressful. A neonatal continue reading : Motherhood
[su_photo_panel border=”0px none #cccccc” shadow=”0px 1px 2px #eeeeee” text_align=”center” photo=”http://clmmrh.doh.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/holdingonlettinggo-scaled.jpg” target=”blank”][/su_photo_panel] Her white uniform. Black shoes. And the required name plate reading – Junior Intern (JI). It’s the usual start of her day. Getting ready. Preparing for the day ahead. Good morning – a greeting thrown in each and every person she sees. Guards. Co-JIs. Patients. continue reading : Holding On, Letting Go