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Press Release - Batting for more inclusive and accessible healthcare services in communities, Bong Go inspects Super Health Center in Dauis, Bohol; aids struggling workers

Senator Christopher "Bong" Go, chairperson of the Senate Committee on Health and Demography, has remained steadfast in bringing essential public health services closer to more Filipinos down to the communities through the establishment of Super Health Centers.

Go emphasized the necessity for an inclusive strategy in strengthening the country's healthcare infrastructure during the inspection of a Super Health Center in Barangay Dao, Dauis, Bohol, on Wednesday, June 5.

He highlighted the crucial role of Super Health Centers in effectively addressing health challenges and ensuring the well-being of the populace, especially those at the grassroots level.

"The more we should invest in our healthcare system. Hindi natin akalaing tamaan tayo ng pandemya. Mas mabuti nang handa tayo sa anumang pandemyang darating sa buhay natin," said Go.

"Patuloy po akong tutulong sa pagpaparami ng Super Health Centers sa bansa sa abot po ng aking makakaya. Sa mga itinayo nang Super Health Centers, nakita namin kung gaano kalaki ang naitutulong nito sa komunidad lalo na sa rural areas," he added.

Super Health Centers are strategically designed to deliver primary care, offering consultations, and enhancing the early detection of diseases at the grassroots level. They aim to bolster the country's healthcare sector, with a particular emphasis on rural communities.

Through the concerted efforts of Go, fellow lawmakers, the Department of Health, led by Secretary Teodoro "Ted" Herbosa, and local government units, adequate funding was allocated for establishing more than 700 Super Health Centers nationwide.

During his visit to Dauis, Go acknowledged government and local officials for their service to their constituents, including Acting Vice Governor Tita Baja, Board Member Lucille Lagunay, Dauis Mayor Roman Bullen, and Vice Mayor Miriam Sumaylo, among others.

Following the inspection, Go and his Malasakit Team proceeded to the Dauis Municipal Gym to distribute aid to 522 displaced workers. They gave away food packs, snacks, vitamins, masks, shirts, and balls. Select recipients also received a bicycle, watch, shoes, and a mobile phone.

Through Go's initiative, these beneficiaries also