DPWH-TCDEO begins rehab work on Tacloban Women’s Club Birthing Home and Puericulture Center

 
DPWH-TCDEO starts rehabilitation works at one of the well-established birthing clinics in the city. Photo by DPWH-TCDEO

TACLOBAN CITY – The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Tacloban City District Engineering Office (TCDEO) – starts rehabilitation works to one of the well-established birthing clinics in the city.

With an allocation of Php 2.9 million, the office aims to give a new face to Tacloban Women’s Club Birthing Home and Puericulture Center with the ongoing rehabilitation of the 651.13 sqm building composing of 12 toilets and 16 rooms that includes ward, nursery room, nurses’ station, four semi-private rooms, three private rooms, doctors/nurses dressing room, labor room, two delivery rooms, sterilizing room, and quarter room. 


The building’s rehabilitation started last March 26, 2021, and is currently at 71.42% accomplishment status.

 “As one of the primary facilities offering maternal and neonatal healthcare services, DPWH-TCDEO aims to extend the life of the building’s facilities to be able to cater to more births and special care to pregnant women, mothers, and children as the demand rises.” ADE Yuse said. 

The birthing home is located at Justice Romualdez St. downtown area and has been one of the longest go-to clinics for pregnant women. (DPWH-TCDEO)
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