Friday, February 21, 2014

PhilHealth celebrates 19th anniversary with feeding, medical mission

The Local Health Insurance Office (LHIO) of Philhealth in Sorsogon celebrated its 19th year anniversary on Valentine’s Day last week with a free feeding and medical check-up activity.

The event, which had the theme “Philhealth: Alamin at Gamitin” was held at the Pier Site of Sorsogon City.

Activities like these provide PhilHealth with a better opportunity to relay to the public the services and packages that it offers.

The PhilHealth anniversary activity was done in partnership with "Farmacia ni Dok," the Sorsogon City Health Office, and the barangay council of Talisay, Sorsogon City.

The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) was created in 1995 to create universal health coverage for the Philippines. It is a tax-exempt, government-owned and government-controlled corporation (GOCC) of the Philippines, and is attached to the Department of Health (DOH).

PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)
PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)

PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)
PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)

PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)
PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)

PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)
PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)

PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)
PhilHealth 19th anniversary (Photo courtesy of Philhealth/Kit Recebido)


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