Lanao del Norte Provincial Governor Imelda ‘Angging’Quibranza Dimaporo led the Ground Breaking Ceremony of the Temporary Treatment Monitoring Facility (TTMF) in Kapatagan Provincial Hospital together with the Department of Health- Region X, March 17, 2021.
 
This remarkable event was attended by Dr. Ellenieta Gamolo, the OIC Director of DOH – CHDNM accompanied by Dr. Cheryl Balane the Head of the Regulations, Licensing and Enforcement Division of DOH -10, Dr. Juvilyn Dinampo, Health Facilities Cluster Head, DOH -10 Infrastructure Unit Head Engr. Eliezer Mallorca and Vice Governor Cristy N. Atay.
 
In her inspirational message, Governor Angging extended her genuine gratitude to the Department of Health – 10 for all their initiatives in supporting the development of the provincial hospitals in the province and thank Dr. Remedios Fernandez, the Chief of Kapatagan Provincial Hospital, for being proactive and effective in upholding the progress of KPH. Governor Angging also expressed her sincere appreciation to the efforts of the current administration, led by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, for his incessant support especially in the quest in obtaining COVID 19 vaccines.
 
Moreover, as the key representative of DOH-10 Dr. Gamolo lauded the efforts of the Provincial Government of Lanao del Norte particularly to Governor Angging for their perseverance and diligence in addressing the needs and to improve the quality of life of her constituents amid this pandemic.
 
KPH Chief of Hospital Dr. Fernandez is immensely grateful for the opportunity of having this new facility. Hence, Dr. Fernandez assured the DOH-10 and the PGLDN of their unwavering commitment to take good care of the equipment and facilities entrusted to them.
 
“This is a Php 10,000,000 project through the Bayanihan Fund which is expected to be completed by June this year. The construction of this building was constructed to provide an additional healthcare facility that is conducive to accommodate more patients in the province of Lanao del Norte”, Dr. Dinampo said. PIO-LDN