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The lecture in addressing Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy was conducted by Dra Ailah Salvaña-Jalotjot Infectious Disease Specialist (IDS) Consultant of Global Care Medical Center of Bay on February 3, 2021 from 3pm-4pm in the Auditorium of GCMCB. Staff from the different departments from the Admin, Nursing, and Cath Lab had participated in the lecture. The lecture was comprised of the discussion of the Spanish Flu, definition of terms, enumeration of the different vaccines offered, pros and cons of vaccination, and encouraging final notes to encourage the staff to protect themselves through immunization. Questions and clarifications from the staff regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine were also addressed.
Gobal Care Lay Forum. Patient Capacity Building is one of the thrusts of Global Care Medical Center of Bay. The hospital aims to empower patients to increase their preventive awareness of sickness. The Forum is entitled “Global Care Lay Forum” and is held monthly via GCMCB Online Facebook Live. The topic is based on DOH 2021 Health Events and with the corresponding Medical Consultant as resource person. Fun and exciting prizes and raffles also await the patient’s viewers as they participate in the question-and-answer part of the forum.
It was a momentous event to celebrate heart month at Global Care Medical Center of Bay in conducting its first Blood Letting Activity in partnership with Philippine Red Cross Calamba City – Satellite Office. The activity was held at GCMCB Auditorium on Feb 3, 2021 from 8am until 12noon.
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In the midst of health challenges, everyone’s role matters. The hospital is in partnership with the leadership of various LGU’s (Local Government Unit) and Barangay Health Worker (BHW) in our hospital location , Bae and our neighboring towns such as Los Baños, Victoria, Pila, Calauan in serving the citizens
Safe Tayo! 99% Fully Vaccinated the ordeal of fighting against COVID-19 is not easy. Thinking if you will contract the virus or not is a day-to-day fight of a health front-line. In the time of Pandemic, the availability of a vaccine against the virus is such relief or if not a spark of hope against the battle. It is such a breakthrough of having 99% Fully Vaccinated personnel in a hospital setting from the Doctors, Nurses, Ancillary and Administrative areas. The hospital received the Laguna Provincial DOH allocation of the first dose of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in three batches from March 19, 22, and 23, 2021 and followed by the second dose on June 11, 15, and 18, 2021. Thereafter the whole hospital claimed confidence in the middle of the fight and ready to serve with compassion and care to the patients at all times.