The city government of Imus, in partnership with Philippine American Group of Educators and Surgeons (PAGES), will offer free surgery services for patients on February 2 to 9.
Patients intending to avail of surgical repair of cleft lip and palate have until Jan. 31 to register at the newly opened Ospital ng Imus (ONI), and will be notified for screening procedures.
“(These include) the usual preliminary checks to ensure that the applicant is fit and procedure ready,” PAGES project focal person Larry Figueras said Thursday.
City tourism chief and concurrent public information head Eduardo Saquilayan said the free surgery services are open to all prospective patients, including even non-Imuseños.
“There is no target quota, slot limits, mas
News source: Philippine News Agency