Sunday, October 24, 2021

Foundation to open hearing center for indigents

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- The Kapampangan Development Foundation (KDF) is celebrating its 30th year anniversary by opening its Hearing Center on September 2017.

KDF trustee Sylvia Ordonez said that the new facility will open a package of new humanitarian services related to disability.

The KDF Hearing Center will be opened at the KDF Ambulatory Surgical Clinic (ASC) located at the MVP Building, Gemsville Subdivision, corner MacArthur Highway, Jose Abad Santos Avenue, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.

The staff of the KDF Hearing Center is now undergoing training on how to operate the machines and learning all the operating systems on how to operate a hearing center. The equipment has also been ordered.

The KDF Hearing Center will have an Eyes-Ear-Nose-Throat doctor who will screen the patients every Thursday, and will provide free hearing aids to poor and deserving patients.

KDF is an organization of Kapampangans who live outside of the region, yearning to do their share in its social and economic development. It boasts of a continuing prosthesis program that gives artificial legs, wheelchairs and medical-surgical missions to Pampanga amputees.

The foundation has recently expanded its programs to include free cataract, cleft palate and harelip surgeries to indigents.

Indigents who may want to avail of free services may visit the KDF office at the Jose A. Datu Medical Center or get in touch with the Social Action Center of Pampanga in Maimpis village in the City of San Fernando.
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