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2nd Philippine Society of Pediatric Metabolism and Endocrinology follow-up clinic, conducted at the QMC

By Lolitz Estrellado
March 14, 2020


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Dr. Dennis R. Rivere


LUCENA CITY - On March 12, Quezon Medical Center hosted the 2nd Philippine Society of Pediatric Metabolism and Endocrinology Follow-up Clinic.

Where Dr. Dennis R. Rivere, DPAMS Head of Quezon Medical Center's Pediatric Department, in collaboration with Dr. Carolyn Boongaling and Dr. Josephine Masanga Pediatric Endocrinologist, is an occurrence attended by fellow people from various Quezon provincial towns. The plan also comprises DOHC for Health Creation 4A-CALABARZON and the Provincial Health Office Integrated.

While this activity is intended to have free check-ups or examinations from PSPME specialist doctors on children confined to one of the 29 diseases seen in Newborn Screening.

This activity aims to provide free check-ups or examinations from PSPME specialist doctors on children confined to one of the 29 diseases seen in Newborn Screening.

Kung kaya binigyang prayoridad sa ginanap na follow-up clinic na ito ang mga batang hindi na matawagan o macontact o lost-to-follow-up patients kung saan ang madalas na dahilan nila ay ang kakulangan sa pinansyal na kapasidad.

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Hence, the focus of this follow-up clinic is on children who are out of touch or lose-to-follow-up patients where lack of financial ability is their most frequent cause.

For the meantime, the provincial government's parents are immensely thankful for blessing the privilege of getting their newborn screening completed.

Karen Asuncion Panol, Quality Assurance Unit Head of the Newborn Screening Reference Center, UP-NIH also stressed the importance of undertaking newborn screening.

Meanwhile, a parent from Real, Quezon, who is still crossing the river to encourage his son with congenital heart disease, learned that his son's newborn screening would allow other parents to have their newborn screening as well. their children.

The Newborn Screening Continuity Clinic, Department of Health Center for Health Development IVA (CaLaBaRZon), Integrated Provincial Health Office, Rural Health Units (RHUs) and Provincial Governments are therefore continuing to collaborate with initial evaluations to obtain parents ' permission to bring their children to the clinic for follow-up.

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