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ANNUAL REPORT [JULY 2012 – JUNE 2013]


MISSION STATEMENT [2002-2013] THE MISSION OF BAYANIHAN CLINIC IS TO PROVIDE CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY SENSITIVE PRIMARY CARE TO THE UNDERSERVED POPULATION, PARTICULARLY, THE FILIPINO WORLD WAR II VETERANS AND THE UNINSURED POPULATION IN SACRAMENTO AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES.

[2013-PRESENT] THE MISSION OF BAYANIHAN CLINIC IS TO PROVIDE PRIMARY CARE AND PREVENTATIVE HEALTH SERVICES TO THE DIVERSE, UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES OF THE GREATER SACRAMENTO AREA, INCLUDING FILIPINO VETERANS AND IMMIGRANTS.


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HISTORY In February of 2002, a group of four UC Davis undergraduates, Julienne Angeles, Thea de Borja, Rosalyn Moya, and Voltaire Sinigayan, recognized the need of a free clinic catering to the Filipino community, specifically the Filipino World War II Veterans. Richard Ikeda, executive director of Health for All, became the group’s sponsor, and supported the development of this communityoriented primary care project. The Tagalog (one of many Filipino dialects) word, “Bayanihan” <by-yah-neehun>, was chosen as the clinic’s name to capture two essences of the clinic: • Bayanihan, when translated from Tagalog into English means “a collective group of people working together towards a common goal” • Bayani, which is the literal term for “heroes” recognizes the focus of the clinic’s target population, the Filipino WWII Veterans. In March 2012, with the help of Richard Ikeda and the Health-for-All staff, Bayanihan Clinic moved to its current location, 1281 North Ave. in Natomas.

SERVICES PREVENTATIVE SERVICES This includes immunizations, flu shots, cholesterol counts, etc. Also includes physicals, which serve to address any health issues discovered during the physical. REFERRALS Because the clinic is able to only provide limited health care delivery, patients with more serious complications will be referred to specialists in the area. SOCIAL SERVICES During an examination, a student working in the clinic may learn of a social issue that may need to be addressed. We now also offer psychiatric consultations on special Satrudays. HEALTH EDUCATION The public health component of the clinic includes a workshop on a particular health issues, informational posters, brochures distributed to patients, and health information available in the waiting room. OUTREACH We outreach to the World War II veterans of Tower 2, the veterans of Magellan Post 604, and many other communities around Sacramento via health fairs or health benefit events. Bayanihan Clinic is committed to providing mobile services such as blood pressure and glucose screenings to their meetings. We also strive to provide support to our beloved WW2 veteranos by spending time with them and listening to stories of their rich experience filled with liv


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EMR TRANSITION In January 2013, Bayanihan Clinic completely transitioned into electronic medical records using a customized version of the freeware, OpenEMR.

HEALTHY BREAST PROGRAM In 2010, Bayanihan Clinic received a $14,300 grant from the Susan G. Komen Foundation to start a Healthy Breast Program to promote Breast Cancer Awareness and Screening services. This grant was renewed in 2011 and then again in 2012 and 2013 for $10,000.

MOBILE MAMMOGRAPHY After two years of collaborating with Sacramento Community Cancer Coalition (SCCC), Bayanihan Clinic decided to host our own mobile mammography. On March 10, 2013 provided 24 Screening Mammograms and 2 Diagnostic Mammograms to our patients.

ANNUAL BENEFIT CONCERT On March 8, 2013, we held our first annual Benefit Concert at the UC Davis Campus. Artitsts included: Passion, Peter Chung, Eric Spencer, The Spokes, UCD Popping Club, UCD Lion Dance, The Afterglow. This raised funds as well as awareness for the clinic and the need for our services in the community.

HIGHLIGHTS

HARANA Harana is a tagalog word meaning â&#x20AC;&#x153;serenade.â&#x20AC;? For Bayanihan Clinic, it is a celebration for the service of the Filipino World War II veterans (of Tower II) and their families. Students from the University of California, Davis serenade the veterans with music and dance to show their appreciation.


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PATIENT SUMMARY WOMEN WELLNESS: 55 *PAP-SMEARS, CLINICAL BREAST EXAMS, & MAMMOGRAMS

PSYCHIATRY CONSULTS: 32

PATIENTS SEEN vs. CANCELLATIONS

NEW PATIENTS SERVED: 100

TOTAL PATIENTS SERVED: 575 70 60 50

61 51

50 42

40

37

30 20 10

14

8

24

28 11

47

36 27

17

52

66

63

15

42

22 22 22

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ESTABLISHED vs. NEW PATIENTS 58

52

51 37

44

43

37 29

5

10

8

35

28

22 14

39

6

8

7

8

5

8

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PATIENT SUMMARY

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June May April March February January December November October September August July

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2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 0

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30

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50

60

MALE vs. FEMALE PATIENTS

OTHER 15% INJURY/PAIN 2%

LAB RESULTS 22%

CHOLESTEROL 2%

PAP SMEAR 4%

BLOOD DRAW 3%

HYPERTENSION 5%

CHECK UP 16%

RX REFILL 10%

PHYSICAL 7%

PSYCHIATRY CONSULT 5%

DIABETES 9%

PATIENTS SEEN BY SERVICE

PATIENT SUMMARY


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FINANCES $ FROM 2011-2012 DONATIONS FUNDRAISING EXPENSES

CREDIT (+) $13,189.35 $11,046.42 $3,662.08

CLINIC SUPPLIES FUNDRAISING EVENTS

STAFF EVENTS OPERATING COST OUTREACH TAXES

TOTAL

$27,897.85

DEBIT (-)

$1,070.20 $3,324.11 $2,340.51 $1,109.71 $871.66 $3,206.00 $11,922.19

AVAILABLE: $15,975.66


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PARTNERSHIPS HEALTH FOR ALL SACRAMENTO COMMUNITY CANCER COALITION SUSAN G. KOMEN FOUNDATION UCDMC INTERCLINIC COALITION CLINICA TEPATI IMANI CLINIC JOAN VITERI MEMORIAL CLINIC KNIGHT’S LANDING PAUL HOM CLINIC SHIFA CLINIC VN CARES WILLOW CLINIC

BOARD OF DIRECTORS DR. LUZ GUERRERO MEDICAL DIRECTOR GUENEVIEVE O. DEL MUNDO CLINICAL AFFAIRS DIRECTOR JONATHAN HO FINANCE DIRECTOR NOAH KOJIMA CO-PRECEPTOR DIRECTOR JOYCE FIEL CO-PRECEPTOR DIRECTOR STACY SAEPHAN CO-OUTREACH DIRECTOR TIFFANY LEUNG CO-OUTREACH DIRECTOR GARETH MARSH EMR DIRECTOR ALBERT YOUNG UNDERGRADUATE AFFAIRS DIRECTOR

2012 MEDICAL CO-DIRECTORS Anca Luminare Julia Kabachka Kari Kompaniez Angela Rodgers Randell Rueda Haruka Swendsen Andrea Yanez

2013 MEDICAL CO-DIRECTORS Jaime Fong Christina Gallerani Sam Mix Jessica Paz Albert Robelo Janeine Tiu Nathan Vanden Berge


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VOLUNTEERS AT A GLANCE OUTREACH HOURS: 701 HOURS TOTAL HOURS OF SERVICE: 16,810 HOURS TOTAL VALUE OF SERVICE: $325,429.00

PHYSICIANS BUNUAN, MICHAEL DO CAPARAS, JOY MD FALCK, DARILYN MD FELICIANO, LARRY MD GUERRERO, LUZ MD, FACP HUANG, THOMAS MD HUNTER, DARRYL MD KENDLE, RYAN MD KOLLIPARA, PRABHAKAR MD, FACP MAPANAO, MIGNON PATANGAY, GUNJAN MD ROQUE, HENRY MD SALAZAR, JOE MD SHAH, AMIT MD SILVER, ELAINE MD SINIGAYAN, VOLTAIRE MD SLYTER, HOWARD DO WANG, KENTEN DO YAHOLKOVSKY, TONY MD YLANAN, CRISPINO MD

CONTACT US: 1281 NORTH AVE. SACRAMENTO, CA 95838 BAYANIHANCLINIC@GMAIL.COM WWW.BAYANIHANCLINIC.COM PHONE NUMBER: 916.833.1112

REPORT CREATED BY: GUENEVIEVE DEL MUNDO 2012-2013 CLINICAL AFFAIRS DIRECTOR


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