Talisay City News and Events

City Of Talisay Gave Recognition To 78 Talisaynon Blood Galloners: Ordinary Persons Doing Extraordinary Deed By Donating Blood

The City Government of Talisay recognizes the Heroic deeds of the so called “life line “providers also known as “Blood Galloners” (blood donors who donated blood ten times or a total of 4,000cc of blood) who consistently donated blood to save lives today, July 25, 2017 at Talisay Public Plaza. With this years’ Theme: “What can you do? Give Blood, Give Now, Give Often”, seventy eight (78) Talisaynon BLOOD GALLONERS were given due recognition and each of them were given certificate of appreciation in acknowledgment of their good deeds and concern for others. Objective of the recognition is to commend these voluntary blood donors who make up the foundation of safe blood supply. Furthermore it is also aimed in inspiring others to imitate those who freely and voluntarily offer a bit of themselves to those who are in need of blood. These Blood Galloners are the source of equitable and sustainable blood supply not just for the City of Talisay but in the province as well, where the need for blood supply is steadily increasing every year.

City of Talisay Conducts Health, Nutrition Orientation to 342 barangay Health Workers

342 BARANGAY HEALTH WORKERS FROM THE DIFFERENT BARANGAYS IN THE CITY OF TALISAY UNDERGO THEIR FIRST ORIENTATION ON HEALTH AND NUTRITION.

In consonance with the celebration of Nutrition Month for this year, Talisay City Health Office headed by Dr. Joy Gladys Guanzon, M.D conducted the very first Health and Nutrition Orientation to 342 barangay Health Workers from the 27 barangays in the City, today July 24,2017 at the Dela Rama Hall.

Metro Third Medical Mission to Benefit Surgical Health Needs of Talisay and 3rd District Constituents

Published in the Negros Daily Bulletin newspaper on July 25, 2017

Mayor Neil Lizares III met with Negros Occidental Third District First Lady Nikki Lopez Benitez of the Betty Bantug Benitez Foundation to map out the groundwork for a major 3-day medical and surgical mission slated in November 9, 2017 at the Teresita Locsin Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City.


Talisay City Mayor Neil E. Lizares and Negros Occidental Third District First Lady Nikki Lopez Benitez discuss the Third District medical and surgical mission slated on November 9, 2017 (Photo by Jonaz Lojera Delleva)

City of Talisay Highway Steel Barriers Get Makeover

HIGHWAY STEEL BARRIERS IN FRONT OF TALISAY PUBLIC MARKET GETS NEW MAKEOVER. INSTALLATION ASSISTED WITH THE TRAFFIC DIRECTIONAL WARNING SYSTEM FROM NEW TALISAY CDRRMO VEHICLE

Motorists and pedestrians passing in front of the Talisay Public Market will be greeted with the installation of a refurbished steel barrier or railings that will promote safety and improve visibility in the area especially during at night.


3-day medical, surgical mission set

Published in the Negros Daily Bulletin newspaper on July 22, 2017

Talisay City Mayor Neil Lizares III met with Nikki Lopez Benitez to plan the groundwork for a major 3-day medical and surgical mission, to start November 9, at the Teresita Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City, Negros Occidental.

Close to a 50-man medical team from the Makati Medical Center Foundation, including surgeons and operating room nurses, will operate on major and minor cases, including thyroid, hernias, cleft lip and palate, gallbladder stones, OB gynecological cases such as ovarian cysts and small breast masses, among others, a press release from Talisay said.

Third District Medical, Surgical Mission to Benefit Talisay, Whole Third District Constituents

THIRD DISTRICT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL MISSION TO BENEFIT TALISAY AND WHOLE THIRD DISTRICT CONSTITUENTS

Mayor Neil Lizares III met with Negros Occidental Third District First Lady Nikki Lopez Benitez of the Betty Bantug Benitez Foundation to map out the groundwork for a major 3-day medical and surgical mission slated in November 9, 2017 at the Teresita Locsin Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City.


Talisay City Mayor Neil E. Lizares and Negros Occidental Third District First Lady Nikki Lopez Benitez discuss the Third District medical and surgical mission slated on November 9, 2017 (Photo by Jonaz Lojera Delleva)

Talisay City Health Office conducted health advocacy campaign

The City Health Office conducted a health advocacy campaign to around 800 first year college students (all courses) of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College (CHMSC) Talisay City with the theme "Awareness on Dengue Prevention Environmental Sanitation, Pre-Marital Sex, Anti Smoking, Food Poisoning, Drug Addiction, HIV/Aids, and Re-Orientation on Medical Policy/ Regulation of the medical clinic". Said activity is a project of the Student Affairs Office of CHMSC with head Ma. Isabel Tubera and Public Health Nurse Mr. Dominic M. Requina.

Talisay City Announces P1.6M in Allowances for Local PWDs

Published in the Watchmen Daily Journal newspaper on July 21, 2017

In observance of National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week, the Talisay City government recently announced a P450 quarterly allowance will be distributed to eligible persons with disabilities (PWDs), amounting to a total of P1.6 million.


Talisay City Mayor Neil Lizares III with Executive Assistant Farah Jayme, Talisay City PWD President Levy Eulalio, City Social Welfare and Development officer Elizabeth Mosquera, among others at the recent National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week observance in Talisay City.

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