HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS


Coverage of Services: Indigenous Peoples Education & Scholarship,Community Development, Alternative Health Care, Feeding or Nutrition The training arm of Hapag-asa in partnership with Pondo ng Pinoy




Benjamin D. Abadiano
President
5th Floor, Prestige Tower, Ortigas City
Tel. No. (02)632-1001 to 03
Fax: (02) 632-7844
http://www.assisi-foundation.org/


Bukas Sarili Foundation, Inc
A non-stock, non-profit organization formed to respond to the pressing socio-economic challenges facing Filipino development. With the Internal Medicine Ward in PGH as its main focus. www .bukassarili .org


Council for Health and Development (CHD)
Develops partnership with government and nongovernment agencies for community-based programs in the Philippines. Scope of services: Health Advocacies, Community Development,Medical Mission

Dr. Eleanor A. Jara
Executive Director
72-A Times St. West Triangle, 1104 Quezon City
Telefax: (02) 926 8536
chd@pacific.net.ph


Control Protect
With introduction to the project, membership, and contact information. -www.controlprotect .tripod .com




The Department of Health (DOH) is the principal health agency in the Philippines. It is responsible for ensuring access to basic public health services to all Filipinos through the provision of quality health care and regulation of providers of health goods and services.


Dr. Francisco T. Duque III
loc. 1125/1126; 743-6393; 743-1829 TF
Secretary
ftduque@co.doh.gov.ph

Foundation of Our Lady of Peace Mission, Inc. (FOLPMI)
FOLPMI is a charitable, non-political, non-profit, non-stock organization dedicated to the total development of the poor and underprivileged in the Philippines. Their programs include Scholarships, Day Care Centers, Livelihood, Microfinance, Medical Missions, 2ndary Hospitalization, Community Health Workers Training, Aeta Resettlement & Rehabilitation
Our Lady of Peace Hospital
Barangay San Dionisio, Coastal Road, Paranaque, Metro Manila
Telefax: (63) (02) 8257653
FOLPMI2000@yahoo.com

Hands On Manila (HOM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing members with diverse, flexible volunteer opportunities that address the needs of the community. Membership in HOM is free and open to all interested persons, groups and corporations.
HANDS ON MANILA Unit 412 La Fueza Plaza Bldg.2241 Don Chino Roses AvenueMakati City, Phils. 1231 Website: http://www.handsonmanila.orgEmail: info@handsonmanila.org Tel. No. (632) 386-6521



A non-profit non-government organization in the Philippines. Includes links and a searchable database of Health Alert articles. It believes that health comes with empowering people and communities with access to objective and accurate information on health care to make their own decisions and to organize for their rights. With the help of its vast information network, HAIN seeks to provide information at the local level, where it is needed the most.
http://www.hain%20.org/
Human Organ Preservation Effort (H.O.P.E.)
A non-profit organization in the Philippines under the umbrella of the National Kidney & Transplant Institute. Includes links to information on donor types, patient requirements and organ donor card.

HOPE c/o National Kidney and Transplant Institute
East Avenue, Diliman, QC 1100, Philippines
Call: +63-2-924-3601
Fax: +63-2-920-1038
E-mail: transplant@geocities.com

Integrated Midwives Association of the Philippines (IMAP)
The IMAP became a full-fledged training institution for midwives on maternal and childcare. This created an opportunity for government-employed midwives to enhance their knowledge and skills in their work and to utilize the CSC accreditation for future placement
Address:
Pinaglabanan corner Ejercito Streets, San Juan, Metro Manila
Tel No.: 70-35-35
Date of Accreditation : September 5, 1975

In Touch Community Services
Operates a crisis hotline and professional counseling center providing services to Filipino and expatriate clients. Also conducts personal growth and cross-culture training programs. -www .in-touch .org

Noordhoff Craniofacial Foundation
Holistic Cleft Lip and Palate Management
Consultation Hours: 8:00am to 12:00nn Weekdays
Dr. Glenda Devilla
Executive Officer
Our Lady of Peace Hospital Compound
Tel/Fax (02)829-5775
Local 134

Ophthalmological Foundation of the PhilippinesServices: Eye Treatment and Surgery for Indigent Patients (Cataract/Glaucoma)
Consultation Hours: 8:30am to 12:00nn Weekdays
Dr. Merlito Briones
Executive Officer
Our Lady of Peace Hospital Compound
Tel/ Fax (02)829-5775
Local 122


Osteoporosis Society of the Philippines
Information on the important aspects of the disease. With links to disease information, detection, treatment and prevention.
www .ospi .org .ph


Provides medical assistance to indigent patients. Write to the chairman below for subsidy of hospital fees and for free medicines for medical mission.
3rd Floor PCSO Main Building
E. Rodriguez St. Ave., Quezon City NCR
+63(2) 7494371

Hon. Sergio O. Valencia
Chairman
3rd Floor PCSO Main Building,
E. Rodriguez St., Ave Quezon City
Voice:+63(2) 7494371 Fax:+63(2) 7491363


Philippine Misereor Partnership, Inc
German Funding Organization for Community-Based Development Programs
Ms. Lourdes “Lulu” Cipriano
Philippine Coordinator
2nd Flr., 1052 Building, 1052 J. Nakpil Street, Malate, Manila
Telefax: (02) 521 3381
Email: pmpsecretariat@yahoo.com
pmpsecretariat@yahoo.com


PNRC provides six major services: Blood Services, Disaster Management, Safety Services, Community Health and Nursing, Social Services and the Volunteer Service. All of them embody the fundamental principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement – humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality. These values guide and inspire all Red Cross staff and volunteers, to whom being a Red Crosser is more than just a philosophy but a way of life. Hotline at 527-0000.

PNRC Manila Chapter
Gen. Luna cor Victoria st. Intramuros, Manila
Tele-fax 527-21-61/527-35-95
Philippine Nurse Association (PNA)
The FNA which was renamed Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) in 1962 continues to uphold its vision to uplift the ideals and spirit of the nursing profession in the country and to win for the profession the respect and recognition of the international community. The PNA provide board and lodging to its members at a minimal cost. Below is the address:
1663 F. Tirona Benitez StreetTaft Avenue, Malate Manila
Tel No.: 58-30-92 ; 50-15-45
Date of Accreditation : September 15, 1975

Philippine Society of Anesthesiologists
Provides information on the society. With links to its committees, members, activities and anesthesia-related sites.
www .psa-ph .org

Philippine Tuberculosis Society, Inc.
Dedicated to the prevention, treatment and control of tuberculosis in the country. -www .ptsi .org .ph

San Carlos City Medical Society
Organization organized on 1966 by a group of physicians led by Dr. Oscar Quisumbing, Sr. Website contains history, officers, and activities.
www .geocities .com/sancarlosmedicalsociety

The Luke Society - Philippines
Christian medical and dental clinic in Quezon, Palawan, with outreach clinics and community health training directed by Dr. Suzie Cayaon.
www .lukesociety .org/profiles/philippines .html


This is the service arm of the UP System which is based in the UP-Manila campus near the PGH employee's clinic. Services offered include assistance in Medical Mission, Street Kids education and training, Summer Immersion Program, Tutorial for kids, Emergency Room Volunteer and the Gurong Pahinungod.

Office of Pahinungód and Continuing Education
Mezzanine Floor, PGH Central Block, Taft Avenue
ManilaTelephone: (+632) 5266951, 5218450 loc 3962
Telefax: (+632) 5266950Cell No:(+63) 916 7672760
Website:http://pahinungod.org/aboutus.htmE-HEALTHNET thru Dr. Jason Abello


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