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THE ASCLEPIAN VOICE
THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ORDER OF ASCLEPIUS : WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY—COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

MARCH 18, 2016

VOLUME 2 ISSUE NO.2

HONOR AND GLORY

T

Article by: John Michael Tagsa

he Order of Asclepius once
again
bagged
the
Most
Outstanding
Student
Organization Award in the recently
concluded Search for Most Outstanding
College Council, Student Organization
and
Publication
(SMOCCSOP)
announced last Thursday, March 17.
SMOCCSOP is an annual event
organized by the University Student
Council to honor and recognize
outstanding student organizations that
have excelled in leadership and have
made positive contributions to the
university.
For many years now, the order has
always been part of the prestigious roll
of awardees which manifests the
organization’s commitment in inspiring
students and its dedication in serving
our indigent fellowmen through its
humanitarian services.
The order was also recognized as
the Best Organization in Community &

Health category. The order is joined
by
the
following
student
organizations that also made it to the
list:
Most Outstanding Student
Organizations
1st
2nd
3rd

Order of Asclepius
Asian Medical Students
Association- WVSU
Student Nurses Association of
the Philippines- WVSU

Special Awards
Order of Asclepius
Best in Community & Health
Nursing Student Council
Best in University Participation
Student Nurses Association of the
Philippines- WVSU
Best in Social Awareness & Reform
Asian Medical Students AssociationWVSU
Best in Student Advocacy & Development

MADE FOR
SERVICE
Article by:
Photo credits:

M

Charles Jebb Juanitas &
John Michael Tagsa
Charles Jebb Juanitas &
Therese Benite

arch 18, the Order of
Asclepius officially started its
yearlong
medical
and
surgical caravan with today’s Linis
Tenga and Circumcision Drive held
simultaneously at Iloilo City and Passi
City respectively.
Linis Tenga
Free ear cleaning and check-up
services were rendered not only to
grade school pupils of Assumption
Socio-Educational Center, but also to
children and some adults living in Bo.
Obrero. This half day event was
sponsored by Quota International of
Iloilo in cooperation with the Western
Visayas Medical Center - EENT
Department.
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The program started
with
an
opening remark delivered by Quota
International- Iloilo President, Mrs.
Ann Parcon. According to Mrs. Parcon,
this activity is in lieu with the Quota
International’s aim to render services
to the disadvantaged women and
children who have hearing
impairment. The said activity is also a
part of the organization’s celebration
of Quota Cares Month and Women’s
International Month.
Apart from the services given, the
event also highlighted lecturettes on
proper ear care and prevention of

THE ASCLEPIAN VOICE
THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ORDER OF ASCLEPIUS : WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY—COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

deafness. A symposium on antismoking
campaign
was
also
conducted by the Iloilo City AntiSmoking Taskforce (ICAST) which
was attended by grade 6 pupils.
Quota International of Iloilo has been
a partner of the WVMC- EENT
Department for many years now in
providing free ear cleaning services
to various communities in Iloilo.
Moreover, this activity has been an
annual event since its conception in
July 2010.
The team was invited by Dr. Luzsil
Catedral
(Batch
31).
Resident
members Anne Lorreine Daulat,

Kevin Andre Dela Llana (Batch 36),
Marielle Karina Barredo, Errel Vin
Arboleda, Peterson Chang, Charles
Jebb Juanitas (Batch 38) and Jeline
Encarnacion (Batch 39) were among
the volunteers of the said event.
Circumcision Drive
The Order of Asclepius also took part
in a Dental and Surgical Mission at
Agdahon Elementary School in Passi
City which was sponsored by the
Assumption School of Passi.
The said event is conducted annually
which caters to underprivileged
communities adopted by the school.
A total of 47 individuals were
circumcised most of them are grade
school pupils. According to Mr Ismael
Tolentino, one of its organizers, the
order has been consistently helping
them in their cause for more than a
decade now. Volunteers were given
certificates and tokens of appreciation
as a gratitude for their commitment
and support.
The volunteers who attended the said
event were: Jesher Arsenio, Roger
Astrolabio, Carl Bernabe, Mark Catan,
John Diño, John Luces, and Demi Oto
from Batch 39; Abigail Alonzo,
Therese Benite, Chelo Comia, Louise
del Rosario, Lourdes Galacan, and
John Tagsa from Batch 38; Aljeirou
Alcachupas, Mark Balag, Elly Eluna,
Megan Lamprea, and Celine Villo
from Batch 37; Mark Iwag from Batch
36 and senior member Dr. Lester
Dimzon from Batch 28.#


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