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ABOUT THE SERVICES: The Municipal Health Office provides family planning to advocate proper child spacing and birth control.

CLIENT GROUPS: General Public
REQUIREMENTS: NONE
SERVICE SCHEDULE: Monday to Friday
8:00 AM to 12:00 noon & 1:00 to 5:00 PM
TOTAL PROCESSING TIME: 30 minutes
TOTAL FEES/CHARGES: NONE
Step 1 >> 10 minutes

Go to the Rural Health Unit and state your request for information and/or counseling service

FP Program Coordinator/ Brgy. Health Midwife accommodates client

Step 2 >> 5 minutes

Register your name in the logbook

Nursing Attendant secures clients signature in the logbook

Step 3 >> 60 minutes

You will go through a counseling session and receive IEC materials as reference.

Nurse Coordinator conducts counseling session and hand out reference/ IEC materials

Step 4 >> 20 minutes

Attend counseling of continuing users

Rural Health Midwife conducts counseling Session

Step 5 >> 35 minutes

For those requesting DMPA injection for the first time:
1. Approach the Midwife/nurse on duty to inquire about DMPA.
2. Provide the information needed during the initial interview/ taking of medical history records. Make sure that all the details are provided.

1. RP program Coordinator accommodates client and answers queries on DMPA
2. Nurse/Person in charge conducts interview, Records medical and OB-Gyne history of client and determine whether client will not have adverse reactions to DMPA then issue an appointment card

Step 6 >> 25 minutes

For those who have already availed of DMPA:
1. Present your DMPA card and wait as the rural health midwife/public health nurse validates your schedule.
2. Proceed to the Nurse Station for the administration of DMPA injection.
3. Register your name in the logbook and wait for advice to your next appointment.

1. Nurse/Person in charge reviews client’s DMPA card and validates schedule. Take and record client’s blood pressure
2. Nurse/Person in charge administers DMPA
3. Nurse/Person in charge advice client of next appointment

*DMPA injections are administered every 3 months
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