Infection Control Week
Wins another battle against
Emergency Response Team
SEHI ensures safety during emergency
More Blood, More Lives
Banking on bloody ways to save lives
Sorting Mission Made Possible
Total Quality Management
A Strive for Continued Excellence
On Preserving Mother Earth
Imbibing the spirit of teamwork
CENRO joins forces with SEHI staff in
the fight against global warming
THE GAZETTE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY….
EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
A Sprinkle of Inspiration for
2013 Best Employee
EDITOR IN CHIEF: GWENDOLIZA L. ESCALON, RN
ASSOCIATE EDITOR: ARGENTINA S. ROMA, RN
MANAGING EDITOR: FARRAH HANNAH D. LIM RN
LAYOUT ARTIST: DARYL S. PANERIO, RN
FRONT COVER BY: JUVIE MAY O. BONIFACIO
SUPERVISOR OF THE YEAR
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MA. HELENA VENERACION-GARCIA , MD
& RONALDO G. VENERACION, MD
ANTONIO G. VENERACION, CPA
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM
By Erick Von P. Fredeluces
SEHI FIGHTS OFF
By Argentina S. Roma
MORE BLOOD MORE LIVES
By Marietess C. Quiapo
the Bayanihan Spirit
By Pamela O. Aquino
At the time when General Santos City
was experiencing light rain showers,
super typhoon Yolanda brought
central Philippines to its knees as it
made landfall. Leaving more than
5,000 people dead, a thousand more
missing, and millions of people
homeless in its wake, Yolanda is
currently one of the strongest storms
“We intend to give the proceeds of the ukay-ukay
to the victims of the typhoon in Samar.”
Total Quality Management (TQM) is
an approach that seeks to improve
quality and performance which will
meet or exceed customer
expectations. This can be achieved
by integrating all quality-related
functions and processes throughout
the company. St. Elizabeth Hospital
Inc. held its 27th Session of Total
Quality Management on October 2325, 2013 directed by the Quality
Management Office and SEHI Quality
Management Representative Antonio
G. Veneracion, CPA.
By Erick Von P. Fredeluces
By Justin Rhyz R. Ismael
A fiesta event that raised the eyebrows of
many when it was declared official. Some
never even thought a “Bodega” existed in
our institution. Most couldn’t be blamed
since the warehouse isn’t really visible to
most eyes as it lies behind the more sought
after facilities of the institution. But like
the people behind the scenes of a
spectacular movie, the warehouse deserves
By Erick Von P. Fredeluces
More than just about discipline and confidence, games
can bring people together regardless of their
By Arvic Norman T. dela Cruz
MOMENTS YOU SHOULD HAVE NOT MISSED!
On the last minutes of the basketball championship game, the
score is on dead heat. Silence overcame the crowd as Mr.
Freddilou Templado, orderly in the ER unit, took the shot that
could win the game. The excitement and thrill was breathtaking and everything was like in slow motion as the ball travel
towards the sky as though it was destined for the heavens.
And then as it reached the peak of its momentum, it aimed for
the goal and hit nothing but the net. This shot claimed them
as victors of the 3-on-3 basketball event!
If there was a scene that would picture cooperation and
coming together of people for a common goal, it would be this.
After a number of failed attempts to reach the top individually,
the violet team, NSO, tried placing one person on top of the
other to reach the top of the pole in Palosebo. They put their
shoulders together pushing each other upwards so they could
all reach their goal making Crab Mentality feel sorry for itself.
But before that, who would have thought Manuel Cabangbang
has got the guts to go for the flag? Our employees really are
full of surprises with their potentials!
Commitment is running for another mile after our strength’s all
consumed up and during the Fiesta Fun Run, we proved this
literally. On the last turn of the run to the finish line, one can
witness the frustrations on the runners’ faces as they come to
realize the additional distance they have to advance for.
Instead of taking the turn as a shorter route for the line,
runners need to circle the oval plaza one more time as an
extra grind but we are SEHI employees, we don’t back down.
Frustrations turned to determination and runners put their
game faces on ready to bury their teeth on this endeavour. As
one runner reach the finish line after the other, we can all say
that we did what has always been told us to do: Go the extra
After winning the first set, Marissa Alovera of the NSO, being
a good player that she is, kicked off the second and final set
of the volleyball championship game with 11 straight aces.
This brought the blue team to its knees as the department
heads, who decided to play for their team on the 2 nd set,
braced themselves for her next service. The ball came in
lightning speed gearing towards Ma’am Rosie Suan of the
Laboratory Department. She tried hitting the ball but failed.
The referee blew his whistle and declared that the service is
out-of-bounds giving the blue team their first point of the set!
After realizing what happened, Ma’am Rosie claimed that she
did not hit the ball on purpose.
The Palosebo became the highlight of the Palarong Pinoy
event where every team has got to reach the top of a bamboo
pole and secure their own respective flags positioned there.
Jaws dropped as Mr. Gabriel Maladian of team Logistics
reached the top in no time without batting an eyelash.
However, he secured the wrong flag and needs to hang
himself on top a little longer in order to return the mistaken
flag and acquire the correct one. He went down as fast as his
ascent and the crowd raised their voices in astonishment as
he run towards the organizers to finally submit their flag for the
win. But to everybody’s surprise, after all his efforts, he still got
another team’s flag so he needs to go up the pole once more!
Amazingly, he still did great and they were still pronounced as
champions. After the talent we showcased in Palosebo, who
says the hospital needs an elevator?
ST. ELIZABETH FEAST DAY!
By Kristine Maye V. Tecson
Fiesta sa Barangay
A SERIES OF FORTUNATE EVENTS