Pangasinan—A total of 3,551 residents received free healthcare services from the partnership campaign of The Medical City (TMC) Clark and the Municipality of Bayambang in Pangasinan.
The campaign tagged as “Grand Komprehensibong Serbisyo sa Bayan kasama si The Medical City Clark” is a medical and dental mission held at Saint Vincent Ferrer Prayer Park.
In full force in its first community service since the pandemic, TMC Clark brings its pool of volunteer doctors, nurses, and support staff onsite from various departments making the event a success for the 77 barangays of Bayambang who benefited from the healthcare services.
The 3-day event gave free consultations, and services on dental, eye, ear, nose, and throat (ENT), neurology, maternal, and pediatric care. Meanwhile, specialists performed surgery consultations and free minor surgeries such as excision of soft tissue masses or cysts, and incision and drainage procedures. TMC Clark’s surgeons also performed circumcision procedures on the children.
Held last April, TMC Clark gave free medical check-ups, surgical services, and medicines, while its partner, the Municipality of Bayambang fulfilled the role of providing logistics services, coordination with the municipal health office and other healthcare providers, arrangement of the venue, and gathering patients for the activity.
“As we finish our very first medical mission in Bayambang, Pangasinan, we commit to offer more services in our future community services here, and in the areas that we serve in North and Central Luzon,” Jean Morales-Guanzon, TMC Clark’s Customer Relations and Allied Services Manager, said.