Med­i­cal mis­sions mark 78th DZRH an­niver­sary

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The coun­try’s old­est sur­viv­ing ra­dio sta­tion – DZRH – marks its 78th an­niver­sary with med­i­cal mis­sions in prov­inces through­out the coun­try and a blood drive for sol­diers wounded in Marawi City.

Part­ner­ing with pub­lic and pri­vate or­ga­ni­za­tions through its “Mak­abagong Bayani­han” pro­gram, DZRH will un­der­score its com­mit­ment to pub­lic ser­vice via a se­ries of events fo­cus­ing on pub­lic health this month.

To­day, res­i­dents of Baseco Com­pound in Tondo, Manila will ben­e­fit from the Vil­lar Si­pag multi-ser­vices caravan, spon­sored by Sen. Cyn­thia A. Vil­lar.

On July 20, DZRH will hold a blood­let­ting drive at the Ge­orge­town Sub­di­vi­sion Cov­ered Court, Barangay Molino IV, Ba­coor City, in part­ner­ship with Du­gong Alay, Dug­tong Buhay.

That same day, DZRH, to­gether with some pri­vate com­pa­nies, will ex­tend as­sis­tance and pro­vide recog­ni­tion and en­ter­tain­ment for sol­diers wounded dur­ing the Marawi con­flict who are cur­rently con­fined at the Armed Forces of the Philip­pines Med­i­cal Cen­ter, also known as the V. Luna Gen­eral Hospi­tal, in Que­zon City.

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