VISION, MISSION, GOALS

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Vision

A leading Christian community-based institution for holistic health of persons, groups, and integrity of creation.

Mission

To develop in person, groups, and community of persons:

  1. Faith enhancing consciousness.
  2. Commitment to restore human dignity.
  3. Transforming lifestyle for the wholeness of creation.

Goals

Within  timeframe of ten (10) years Marina Mission Clinic (MMC), as a Christian community-based health institution, shall have attained a development status and stability manifesting the following features:

  1. Self-reliant – developed resources sustaining itself.
  2. Self-propelling – equipped human capability characterized by positive faith with Christ’s spirit in self-governance.
  3. Socially transforming – a life-promoting and health-enhancing institutional impact on the environment.

Strategies

The following strategies, or means to attain the set long-term goals, may be given focus and implemented:

  1. Holistic Education and Skills Training
    1. Traditional Community-Managed Healthcare Providers
    2. Youths/Students of Health-related Degree Programs
    3. Interested Health Professionals in Oriental Medicine
    4. Resource Mobilization for Productive Development
      1. Plant Nursery Development
      2. Planned Physical Improvement and Productivity
      3. Organization Development of People-Managed Initiatives (partner communities)
      4. Complementary Health Services
        1. Western Medicine
        2. Oriental Medicine
        3. Holistic Health Extension Clinics
        4. Diversified organic food production
          1. Organic Vegetables/Herbs/Fruits/Livestock
          2. Herbal Medicine/Food Supplements
          3. Organic Fertilizer and Foliar Spray
          4. Inter-Agency Linkages and Collaboration
            1. Phil-Health Accreditation
            2. Lying-In Delivery System
            3. Community-Managed Organizations

CONTACT US

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SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY MARINA MISSION CLINIC

Masaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental 6217

Phone Numbers: (035) 400-6977 or (0917) 314-1003

E-mail address: su.marinaclinic@gmail.com

 

SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY EXTENSION PROGRAM

Silliman University, Dumaguete City 6200

Phone Number: (035) 422-7207

Silliman University Trunkline: (035) 422-6200

E-mail address: suextensionprogram@yahoo.com

Service – Learning 2010

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SERVICE–LEARNING ACTIVITIES

JULY–DECEMBER 2010

COLLEGE/ DEPARTMENT

CI/SUPERVISION

NO. OF STUDENTS

(NAME)

DATE/ DURATION/ TARGET GROUP

PLACE/ VENUE

ACTIVITY

 

Social Work Department

–Merlinda Cepeda

–Rhonda Pad-ay

July–December 2010

Fishermen

Youth

Women

Masaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental

–organized youth sector (c/o SK)

–working with women’s group (local council for women)

–community organizing

–home visitation

–conduct trainings/ seminars/ workshops

–facilitation activities

College of Nursing

1st Semester

–Grace A. Gloria–CI

GAG students #28

–Rochie C. Cagara–CI

RCC students #15

2nd Semester

Jeffrey Lloyd R. Titong–CI

JLRT students #36

June–October 2010

Families (HH) of puroks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

GAG class conduct community work every Thursdays and Saturdays

RCC class conduct work every Mondays and Tuesdays

December 2010–March 2011

Families of puroks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Community work sched: Wednesday–Thursday; Friday–Saturday

Masaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental

Strong support of barangay officials thru Brgy. Capt. Amado A. Diaz, Sr.

Good coordination with midwife Corazon Enriquez and the barangay health workers

Masaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental–conducted rapid appraisal

–structured health teachings per purok

–home visits

–moxibustion

–ventusa

–nutrition month celebration

–established community herbal garden

–herbal making

–collection of urine for urinalysis

–home visits

–structured health teachings

–herbal making

Psychology Department

Deborah A. Salem

No. of students involved # 37August–September 2010

Youth sector (14–18 years old)

Coordination with the SK President John B. Aldanese

8 sessions every SaturdayMasaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental–conducted seminar workshop on interpersonal relationship, discovering oneself, team building, career assessment and goal setting

Physical Therapy

Claire A. Salera–CIJune–August 2010

–bed-ridden patients who are indigents

District 1, Masaplod Sur, and Maayong Tubig, Dauin, Negros Oriental

–PT exercises done to patients in their homesSocial Work Department

Emervencia L. Ligutom–Mentor

Rhona Pad-ay–student buddy

Student Exposurees:

  1. Hagiwara, Moe–Japanese
  2. Sun, Yitan–Korean
  3. Ryungi, Park Jae–Chinese

Stayed at SU–Marina Mission Clinic Personnel Quarters

July 2010

–fishing families

–children below five years old, purok 6 and 7

–grade school children of MasaplodSurElementary SchoolMasaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental–art activities with grade V and VI children

–feeding session in purok 6 and 7

–family interaction with fisherfolksSocial Work Department

Emervencia L. Ligutom– Program Coordinator

Ferris University of Japan students:

  1. Satomi Ueno
  2. Eriko Matsunaga

Rhona Pad-ay–student buddy

Homestay

 September 9–11, 2010

Families (HH)

c/o Capt. Amado A. Diaz

Ms. Noblita Diaz–BHWMasaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental–orientation/ courtesy call

–field visits (families)

–primary health care

–medical care program

–Dauin fiesta celebrationSocial Work Department

Emervencia L. Ligutom– Program Coordinator

 

Bangkok University, Thailand students:

  1. Chanyut Korakun, “Boom”
  2. Teerapin Puritasang, “Jui”
  3. Thanado Vitayacha-karn, “Gie”
  4. Punya Bunsultutana, “Bug”

Rhoda Pad-ay– student buddy

October 10–15, 2010

Families (HH)

Youth SectorMasaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental–courtesy calls– Mayor Credo and Brgy. Capt. Diaz

–interaction with Masaplod Sur Elementary pupils

–visit Baslay Hot Spring

–Lunch in Malatapy wet market

–visit buglas bamboo industry

–fellowship with Masaplod Norte youth and childrenNutrition and Dietetics Department

Mr. Manaay–CI

No. of students involved #18

(level 3)

Ms. Monte de Ramos–CIOctober 1, 2010

Daycare Parents/ guardians/teachers District 1, 2 and 3

December 3–17, 2010

–children under 6 years old

–patients/accom-pany of SUMMC

–women farmers of All for Win ProjectPoblacion, Dauin, Negros Oriental

Maayong Tubig, Dauin, Negros Oriental

SUMMC

LGU–Dauin–Nutrition education

–food preparation: squarrot cupcake pastilles de kalabasa

–feeding program

–nutrition education, counseling, and assessment

–nutrition presentaiton– IEC (during the family celebration of Abante Day SHG 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5Transforma, Philippines

Rev. Bill and Susan Monte de Ramos–Soldwich

October 16, 2010

Masaplod Norte male youthSUMMCSemniar on youth sexualityAlternative Lifestyle for Women in Negros Oriental (ALL for WIN)

Abante Day SHG

1, 2, 3, 4, and 5

Facilitators:

Teodora B. Bernardez

Isabel B. Diaz

Azil Aplaon

November 4–5, 2010

Women farmers (potential members) Malongcay, Bagacay, Bunga, and Anhawan

No. of pax #24SUMMCCornerstone workshop

–passing on the gifts

–accountability

–sharing and caring

–sustainability with self-reliance

–improved animal management

–nutrition and income

–genuine need of justice

 November 20, 2010

Project participants

–women farmers

Anhawan, Bagacay, Bunga, Malongcay

Bagacay, Dauin, Negros OrientalPassing on the gifts– pass on families #19

Pass–on:

Goats #55

Chickens #86

Forage planting herbal plantsIn coordination with the High School Outreach Service–Learning Program activity

c/o Trecita S. Reambonanza

ThirdYearHigh School Students involvedDecember 17, 2010

Project Participants of Abante Day and families and family day and Christmas fellowshipLGU Dauin

District 1, Dauin Marine Reserve–Sharing of experiences

–Talent presentations

–gift giving

–swimming

–parlor games

–IEC on nutrition

Prepared by:     Isabelita B. Diaz

January 5, 2011

ACUPUNCTURE CLINICS

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S.U. Marina Mission Clinic

Dauin, Negros Oriental

Monday – Friday

8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Foundation University Clinic

Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental

Tuesdays and Fridays

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Basic Clinical Laboratory Services

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Available at S.U. Marina Mission Clinic, Dauin, Negros Oriental

BLOOD CHEMISTRY

Blood Sugar

Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)

Creatinine

Lipid Profile (Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL)

SGPT

Uric Acid

CLINICAL MICROSCOPY

Urine Analysis (Urinalysis)

Stool Examination (Fecalysis)

Amoeba Control

HEMATOLOGY

Complete Blood Count

Platelet Count

Hemoglobin/Hematocrit

SEROLOGY

Pregnancy Test

Hepatitis Screening

Blood Typing

MICROBIOLOGY

Gram Staining

KOH Smear (Fungal Exam)

PUBLICATIONS

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SUMBANAN SA KAHIMSOG

2011 Edition

Authors: Dra Fe L. SyCip-Wale, Dr Sebellon Wale, Dr Nichol Elman

Published by: RAFI

P200 each

 

PAGPANAMBAL GIKAN SA TANOM

(Kasinatian sa Marina Clinic – SU Extension Program)

Marina Clinic Documentation Desk

Printed by: Silliman Press

P50 each

 

GIYA SA PAGTUDLO KABAHIN SA NUTRISYON

Authors: Dr Rustica Adanza, Ms Rochie Cataylo, Dr Fe L. SyCip-Wale

Printed by: Silliman Press

P20 each

Services

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Outreach Clinics:

Dr. Fe L. Sycip–Wale is the fulltime doctor for outreach work.

  • Facilitators in community organizing
  • Trainings:

–        Family Health Workers (FHWs)

–        Traditional birth attendants and healers

–        Local leaders

–        Income generating projects/livelihood

–        Environmental protection and development

  • Medical Missions – provision of manpower as initiated by other groups – Gos, NGOs
  • Clinics as scheduled

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