Office of the Health Services Unit

            Over the years, Central Mindanao Colleges has made significant progress in integrating health education and health-related services into the everyday school experience. Recognizing the cultural diversity of our stakeholders. The coordinated school health program is carried out in partnership with students and collaboration with the other student-centered offices of Central Mindanao Colleges because no one individual can do it alone. Still, collectively a great deal can be accomplished.

            The office of Health Services is a school-based health center that promotes the comprehensive health and wellness of the CMC Community by creating a safe environment through quality health services and relevant health programs.

Unit’s Vision

We envision creating a healthy and safe environment for Central Mindanao Colleges’ pupils, students, faculty, and staff.

Unit’s Mission

Our office is committed To delivering timely, quality, and appropriate health care through health promotion, health maintenance, health restoration, and disease prevention with the following:
 

Unit’s Objective

  1. Establish and maintain a satisfying relationship with the patients. Establish and maintain a satisfying relationship with our stakeholders by assuring access of CMCians to primary health care.
  2. Deliver effective care promptly.
  3. Provide a healthy and safe environment for our clients and staff.
  4. Maintain a system of operation that can assure delivery of quality care, especially when dealing with crisis medical situations.
  5. Promote a healthy school environment conducive to learning, support individual and family differences, and promote personal growth, wellness, and healthy relationships under the new normal.
  6. Sustain established links to community providers to strengthen referrals, case management, and support for health activities despite the pandemic.
  7. Continue the active involvement and support of parents/caregivers to ensure that health-related messages are consistent at home under the new normal.
  8. Support and enhance school health services that provide preventive services, education, emergency care, and management of health conditions under the new normal.
  9. Provide a system for identifying and responding to our stakeholder’s health concerns and problems.
  10. Provide a system of evaluation of the effectiveness of the school health program.
  11. Carry out health education on every individual encounter and through pieces of training, workshops, and multi-media use.

SECURITY AND HEALTH MEASURES

IN MITIGATING AND PREVENTING THE COVID19 CONTAGION

To facilitate the implementation and establishment of the provisions for the Safety, Security and Health Measures in mitigating and preventing the COVID19 contagion, during the modified school operation, the following standards and guidelines shall be observed:

A. ENTRY POINT: FOR THE COLLEGE CAMPUS

The Gate of Knowledge (employee gate) shall serve as the ONLY entry point. Upon entry, a Security Guard shall initiate screening and validation procedure. Disallowed Entries:

    1. Persons with no proper passes, authorization and identification;
    2. Persons with visible signs of sickness;
    3. Persons with no proper face mask / shield or any Personal Protective Equipment.

B. EXIT POINT

For the College Campus

The second gate (Single Person gate, garage) shall serve as the ONLY exit point. No person shall be allowed to use the second gate for entry.

Queuing and Waiting Area

The Student Activity Center (SAC) shall be used as the waiting area. The Special Working Group (SWG) shall provide and implement queuing and movement designs with the use of markers and seating arrangements. The SWG must ensure that social distancing is observed with at least a 1.5 meter gap between persons from all direction.

In the event that the SAC reaches maximum capacity, a single queuing line shall extend from the pathway up to building 9 room 6.

C. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

All students , visitors and employees shall provide their own PPE when entering school premises. The school shall also provide available standard protective equipment and disinfecting solutions to supplement student/employee needs for protection.

All employees must ensure to periodically disinfect all transaction surfaces, machineries and equipment aside from the routine disinfection by the SWG / security personnel.

 

Office Schedules:

Mondays to Fridays 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Access for Online Concerns:

FB Page: @cmc.healthservices

Name of Heads:

Jaime o. Imasa RN
Maria Carmela G. Baranda RN