Monthly journal rhmpp
Gets corresponding family records Obtains the following information Chief complaints History/background prior to current conditions Medications taken Vital Signs Total number of patients entertained/ assisted 205 75 75 9 308 Treatment Room Assists physician Manages instructions of physician Refers to PHN for specific procedures as per physician’s instructions 6 5 3 Post –conference Explains instructions/management of health problem as per physician’s instruction 23 Delivery Room Manage delivery
Baby Placenta APGAR scoring Immediate care of the newborn Manage Internal examination Insertion of IV fluid Suturing of perineal laceration Referral 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Postpartum Ward Provide postpartum care Vital signs Discharges (mount of blood) Involution Breastcare Personal hygiene Nutrition Bedside counselling Referral 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Nursery/NICU Vital signs Breastfeeding Cord care Immunization/Admission/Prenatal Special care (NICU) Monitoring Follow doctor’s orders Referral 0 0 0 32 0 0 0 HEALTH ADVOCACY/IEC regarding Anatomy and Physiology of Urinary System at San Vicente Elementary School LEARNINGS/INSIGHTS As our time at the Rural Health Unit Bato ends, I find myself astonished at how quickly this year flew by. I learned to love public health, because I love the satisfaction of working to improve health and enable the community to help themselves. Going in the remote area and conducting health teaching is one of the most satisfying things I’ve ever done.
I love being able to help people while having adventure and learning lots of new skills at the same time. This job makes me feel useful and part of something special. Throughout this one year experience, I was able to open my eyes to not only a new way of life, but essentially a new way of being. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the staff, RNHEALS and my co-RHMPP especially to our MHO Dra. Annelyn V. Mendoza for being a part of my journey.
Thank you for the fantastic working relationship we’ve had, I have enjoyed my tenure here and I appreciate having had the opportunity to work with you. Thank you for the support, guidance, and encouragement you have provided me during my time. Thank you DOH (Department of Health) for giving us a chance to become a better person and experience the life of a health care provider in the community. Even though I will miss my colleagues and this program, I am looking forward to this new challenge and to starting a new phase of my career. THANK YOU!