Go brings health services closer to Bukidnon residents

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Go brings health services closer to Bukidnon residents
Photo shows Sen. Bong Go leading the groundbreaking for a Super Health Center in Bukidnon.

MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Bong Go launched another Super Health Center in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon on Saturday to bring health services closer to Filipinos, especially in disadvantaged areas.

Go, chair of the Senate committee on health and demography, gave assurance that government health services would available to all.

He cited the importance of providing quality healthcare, especially in remote and underserved communities.

Go said the Super Health Center would address the people’s basic health needs as it offers a range of services including database management, out-patient care, birthing, isolation, diagnostics, pharmacy and ambulatory surgical unit.

One of the key objectives of these Super Health Centers is to enhance the early detection of diseases.

Go said that timely detection is crucial in effective treatment and management.

During the event, Go acknowledged his fellow lawmakers, particularly Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri, a native of Bukidnon, along with Rep. Jose Manuel Alba, Mayor Rogelio Quiño and Vice Mayor Reynaldo Bagayas Jr.

Aside from the Super Health Center in Manolo Fortich, Go supported the funding for the establishment of similar facilities in Kadingilan, Kalilangan, Kitaotao, Maramag, Pangantucan, Quezon, San Fernando, Sumilao and Talakag as well as in Malaybalay.

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