LPU Cavite College of Nursing Joins Forces for Community House-to-House Medical Mission with Hon. Jonvic Remulla and Hon. Maricel E. Torres
In a resounding display of commitment to community welfare, the College of Nursing at Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU) Cavite has actively engaged in a remarkable initiative alongside the honorable leaders, Hon. Jonvic Remulla, Governor of Cavite, and Hon. Maricel E. Torres, Mayor of General Mariano Alvarez (GMA). This joint effort encompasses a comprehensive medical mission conducted through house-to-house visits, marking a significant stride towards enhancing the health and well-being of underserved populations.
The primary objective of this collaborative medical mission is to extend a helping hand to individuals in need, reinforcing the invaluable contributions of Hon. Jonvic Remulla and Hon. Maricel E. Torres to the local community. Through this endeavor, the leaders and the LPU Cavite College of Nursing are dedicating their resources and expertise to providing essential medical care, free of charge, to marginalized communities.
Beyond medical treatment, this initiative also strives to impart critical health education and preventive measures to empower communities with knowledge that can lead to healthier lifestyles. By equipping individuals with the tools to prevent health issues before they arise, the joint efforts of the LPU Cavite College of Nursing, Governor Jonvic Remulla, and Mayor Maricel E. Torres are setting the stage for a more robust and resilient community.
Through this collaborative endeavor, hope and comfort are extended to those grappling with health challenges. This initiative serves as a beacon of compassion and unity, embodying the spirit of collective action in the pursuit of a healthier, more harmonious society. The dedication of the LPU Cavite College of Nursing, along with the leadership of Governor Jonvic Remulla and Mayor Maricel E. Torres, exemplifies the impact that can be achieved when leaders and institutions collaborate to uplift the lives of those they serve.