Health Office

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

Atty. RONELIE U. VALTORIBIO
Municipal Mayor

Mrs. DOLORES DACANAY
DOH-Representative

Dr. TELESFORO A. RAGPA
Municipal Health Officer

Mr. MAXIMO FARIÑAS
Malaria Coordinator

Ms. BERNICE EDEN NOVAL
Circuit Med-Tech.

Mr. SONNY REY  O. LACAMENTO
Sanitation Inspector

Mrs. MARY JANE C. MARIÑAS
Nurse II

Mr. MARK ANTHONY D. CALLEJO
Medical CLerk

Mrs. GEMMA G. TRIA
Midwife II

Mrs. NIEVES G. SOLIS
Midwife II

Mrs. MARIELOU D. NAVALTA
Midwife II

Mrs. MARYJANE M. CHUNG-AO
Midwife II

Mrs. ELMA C. CORPUZ
Midwife II

Mr. WILLIAM C. ACPAL
Admin. Aide I(Driver)

ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
cy 2012

Table I. Health Program
Municipality of Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya

Health Programs/Activities

Target

Accomp.

Percent

1. Family Planning
    a. Recruitment of New Acceptors

472

460

97

    b. Maintenance of Current Users

1438

1396

97

    c. Contraceptive Prevalence Rate

60 NOH

62.5

n/a

2. Maternal Care
    a. Pregnant women w/ ?4 prenatal visits

638

450

71

    b. Conduct Normal Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery

547

316

58

    c. Conduct of at least 2 post partum visit

547

411

75

    d. Postpartum women initiated breastfeeding

547

404

74

3. Child Care
    a. Children protected  against tetanus @ birth

547

355

65

    b. Growth monitoring

547

289

53

    c. Referral of newborns for screening

547

260

48

    d. Children @ 2-59 mos. seen ? diarrhea

actual

11

    e. Children @ 2-59 mos. given ORT

actual

11

3. Expanded Program on Immunization
    a. Fully Immunized Children (FIC)

492

248

50

    b. Pregnant women w/ >2 doses of Tetanus Toxoid

638

148

23

4.Tuberculosis Control Program
    a. Treatment of sputum Positive Cases

actual

10

100

5. Nutrition Program
    a. Vitamin A Supplementation
      a-1. Among children @ 6-11 mos.

246

232

94

      a-2. Among children @ 12-59 mos.

1968

1904

97

      a-3. Among Pregnant Mothers

638

407

64

      a-4. Among lactating Mothers

547

400

73

6. Cardio Vascular Disease Control Program
    a. BP Monitoring

1276

1276

100

7. Control of Acute Respiratory Infections
    a. Pneumonia Cases(0-24 mos. old)

275

5

1.82

8. Health Education Program
    a. Conduct of Household Teaching Classes

24

20

83

    b. Conduct of Community Assemblies

actual

9

100

    c. Conduct of Pre Marriage Counseling

Actual

12 sessions/

59 pairs

100

    d. Conduct of group health teachings

288

281

97.5

9. Environmental Sanitation
    1. HH w/ access to improved or safe H2O
        > Level I

3038

2656

96.97

        > Level II

290

        > Level III

0

   2.  a. HH w/ sanitary toilet

3038

2846

93.7

        b. Toilet Construction

Actual

73

   3.  HH w/ satisfactory disposal of waste

3162

2640

87

        c. Food Sanitation
           c-1. Conduct Inspection to Food Establishments
                  Restaurant/Eatery/Canteen

16

16

100

                  Bakeries

9

9

100

                  Meat Vendor

3

3

100

                  Sari-sari Stores

198

198

100

                  Talipapa

4

4

100

                  Refreshment Parlor

1

1

100

                  H2O Refilling Station

3

3

100

                  Ambulant Food Vendor

31

31

100

                  School Canteens

6

6

100

e. Issuance of Sanitary Permits
                  Restaurant

16

16

100

                  Bakeries/Food Mfg.

9

9

100

                  Meat Vendor

3

3

100

                  Sari-sari Stores

198

191

96.46

                  Talipapa

4

4

100

                  Refreshment Parlor

4

1

25

                  H2O Refilling Station

3

3

100

                  Ambulant Food Vendor

31

2

6.45

                  School Canteens

6

6

100

Family Planning:

  •  A remarkable increase in the number of New Acceptors is noted in 2012. From a 368 new acceptors of the different family planning methods in 2011, we were able to reach 460 new acceptors at the end of 2012. This is about 25% higher from the previous year. Maintenance of Current Users however had decreased by 3%, from 100% in 2011 to 97% in 2012. The Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) in return went down to 62.5 % which is still within the national standard of 60%. This down changes in the number of current users and CPR were due to the instability of family planning supplies from the DOH.

Maternal Care:

  •  Slight increases were noted on the most critical aspects of the program. Pregnant women are becoming aware in the importance of having more frequent prenatal check done in proper time. Four (4) prenatal checkups or more is the DOH standard required for a pregnant woman before she delivers. In 2012, 71% of our pregnant women availed this quantity and quality of checkups. This is higher when compared in 2011 when there was only 62% of our target met the standard.
  •  Facility based deliveries also went up, from 42% in 2011 to 58% in 2012. This can be due to the increased confidence of our health personnel in handling deliveries brought about by the continuing training, skills enhancement and the provision of updates in basic obstetrical care. The improved birthing facility also contributed to the expanded coverage of our target clients.

Child Care:

  •  Provision of vaccines both to the mother and her child had a tremendous decreased in 2012 due to the insufficiency and lack of regular vaccine supply from the DOH. Our full immunization to children had gone down from 69 % in 2011 to 50% in 2012 due to the frequent absence of Hepatitis B vaccine supply in which we greatly depend from the DOH.
  •  Tetanus Toxoid immunization to mothers also went down from 53% in 2011 to 23% in 2012.

Tuberculosis Control Program

  •  We achieved 100% in the treatment of ten (10) positive TB patients, maintaining a Cure Rate of 92%
  •  Case detection & Contact tracing need to be enhanced in the program.

  Nutrition Program:

  •  Vitamin A supplementation among children @ 6-11 months had increased from 87% in 2011 to 94% in 2012. Likewise among 12 to 59 months, an increase of 5% was achieved in 2012 posting 97% coverage.

Table II.

  • An increasing trend in the number of preschool children with normal nutritional status is noted from 2010 to 2012 with an increment of 2-3%.
  •   Simultaneously, a down rolling in the number of preschoolers who are under weight and severely underweight was observed in 2011with 2.29% decrease.

Control of Acute Respiratory Infection:

  •  There were 5 pneumonia cases seen in 2012 and 2 cases in 2011. All were managed and cured.

Health Education Program:

  •  High coverage of targets is noted in the program. Information regarding the resurging diseases should also be emphasized.

Environmental Sanitation:

  •  High coverage of the program is maintained.

Figure 1.

3-Year Comparison -Dengue Cases. From 2010 to 2012
Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya

  • Due to the continuing advocacy on environmental sanitation and an increased awareness of the people on the signs and symptoms of dengue, the high incidence from 2010 to 2011 including a death in2010, was prevented. In 2012, low cases of dengue were noted during the rainy months of May to September when dengue cases are expected to rise as an established trend from 2010 to 2011.Table III
  • Part of the Anti Malaria Program is the conduct of indoor residual spraying in order to maintain the malaria-free statusof border municipalities and barangays .


Figure 2
. Indoor residual spraying in Bgy. Pieza

Other Health Related Activities

  1.  Universal Medical Dental Check-up & 2nd “Oplan Alis Kuto”

 Figure 3.

 Universal Medical & Dental Check-up (UMDC)
& 2nd “Oplan Alis Kuto” (Head Lice Treatment)
> A child-friendly concern of LGU-Villaverde  and the Dep.Ed.

Activity Total enrollees Beneficiaries/Examined Percentage
1. Alis Kuto 3,216 475School Children 20.51
2. UMDC 3,216 3,105 96.55