Philippine National Police

National Capital Region Police Office

PBGEN DEBOLD M SINAS

BLESSING OF NCRPO EMERGENCY TREATMENT FACILITY INSIDE CAMP BAGONG DIWA

The National Capital Region Police Office Chief PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS spearheaded the successful blessing of Emergency Treatment Facility inside Camp Bagong Diwa Bicutan, Taguig City, on September 18, 2020 in response to Covid 19 surge in the country.

As the world continues to grapple with the current health crisis, the NCRPO did not stop in its commitment to prioritize the health and welfare of its personnel who are playing remarkable roles in this battle. 

One among the latest project of the Regional Office is the construction of an Emergency Treatment Facility built to house and treat covid 19 positives who are experiencing mild to severe symptoms. This construction was envisioned to immediately attend the emergency needs of the patients instead while waiting to find available hospital rooms.

Through the help and support of Infiniweb Technology Incorporated headed by its president Mr Sunny Liu, Ms Michell Hong, Ms Sara Marce and Sofia Melhi, the facility was realized and will accommodate Metrocops who have severely contracted the virus. Those who will experience difficulty in breathing or shortness of breath will now be attended with the help of 10 oxygen tanks with regulator provided for them.

Other than the fact that it will be managed by NCRPO’s registered doctors and nurses, the facility also has ten (10) bed capacities, two (2) ECG , one (1 )Cardiac monitor with defibrillator, five (5) nebulizer,  six (6) automatic spray dispenser, one (1) patient monitor, ten (10) bedside table, ten (10) air-condition (window type) and ten (10) hospital bed with IV stand. All equipment is necessary for the treatment and recovery of symptomatic patients.

“Over the six months of being in the frontline of this plight, NCRPO’s interventions to prevent and cure the virus has been magnificent and effective. Nonetheless, we will continue what we have started and the public can be assured that frontliners who serve them day to day, are healthy, safe and free from the virus,” said PMGEN SINAS.