"If you are part of a team, you should become a part of the solution"
SAMCH conducted a hospital team building last October 17, 2015 at Vistamar Beach Resort and Country Club, Lapu lapu City in order to foster stronger relationship and cohesiveness in teams and ignite the spirit of achievement to achieve performance excellence.
With this activity, the following are its specific objectives: (1) To develop team rapport (2) To strengthen existing teams (3) To improve team communication effectiveness and (4) To develop interdependency in team.
Saint Anthony Mother and Child Hospital (SAMCH) is a 25-bed capacity, Level I Specialty hospital of the Department of Health catering obstetrics, gynecologic and pediatric cases only. This is created under RA 7830 authored by Congressman Antonio V. Cuenco. It is located in the urban area of the South District of Cebu City with 3,681 square meters. It serves mostly the 400,000 populations comprising 32 barangays of the South District of Cebu City and some neighboring municipalities. Accredited Members of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation and Philippine Hospital Association.
Last March 24, 2015, Saint Anthony Mother and Child Hospital received its ISO 9001 Certification from TUV SUD PSB Philippines Inc. Attached herewith is the official story by SUNSTAR Cebu published March 31, 2015 by Jeandie O. Galolo.
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Saint Anthony Mother and Child Hospital (SAMCH), formerly Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center (VSMMC) Extension I, has been in existence since 1991, initially operating as an outpatient service. In 1994, it became an independent 25-bed hospital providing obstetric, gynecologic, and pediatric care to the urban poor of the south district of Cebu and its neighboring Municipalities and Barangay.
Saint Anthony Mother and Child Hospital is one of the retained facilities of the Department of Health.
In support of the whole nation’s celebration for 2014 Nutrition Month (July 1 - 31, 2014), SAMCH will be conducting various activities in the month of July with the emphasis on this year’s theme, “Kalamidad Paghandaan: Gutom at Malnutrisyon Agapan!” The specific objectives of this celebration are the following: (1) To identify the importance of nutrition in emergencies; (2) To determine the food-based and non-food based nutrition interventions in emergencies; and (3) To know the protocol for micronutrient supplementation during emergencies.
Source from QMS: Jonah Lydia B. Guillena, RN, MN