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Tuguegarao City, Cagayan—Even on a Sunday, PCSO never stops delivering charity services. To enhance the delivery of emergency health services to the public, PCSO Vice-Chairperson and General Manager Royina M. Garma, headed the donation of two Patient Transport Vehicles (PTV) to Tabuk City, Kalinga and Iguig, Cagayan Province under the Medical Transport Vehicle Donation Program (MTVDP) of PCSO.

MTVDP aims to equip qualified LGU’s, hospitals and government institutions with an immediate and safe transport vehicle for patients to, from, and between locations with most efficient access to places of treatment.

In addition, GM Garma—together with Cagayan Branch Manager Heherson Pambid and Kalinga Branch Manager Rommel Ramos—distributed medicines worth Php100,000 to five municipalities in Cagayan Province.

The five municipalities who received P20,000 worth of medicines are  Amulong, Sta. Ana, Aparri, Tuao and Tuguegarao.

The PCSO Medicine Donation Program (MDP) is the provision of basic medicines and supplies to qualified LGUs for effective health care services to the people. The event took place at the PCSO Cagayan Branch on September 13.

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