Las Piñas News
Aivee Group, Las Piñas deliver dermatology services
In a collaborative effort aimed at extending healthcare accessibility, the Aivee Group, led by esteemed dermatologist Dr. Aivee Aguilar-Teo, orchestrated the "Beauty Beyond Borders" medical service project on December 18th. Hosted at the Verdant Covered Court in Barangay Pamplona Tres, this initiative was a joint venture with the City Local Government of Las Piñas, offering comprehensive dermatological services to over 400 residents.
The event encompassed a wide array of dermatological care, providing complimentary consultations, minor surgeries, skin tag cautery, and cyst removals, showcasing the Aivee Group's dedication to bringing essential healthcare beyond clinic walls and into the heart of the community.
Amidst the medical procedures, attendees also received vital medical supplies, including vitamins, dermatological medications, and gift packs. This holistic approach emphasized not just immediate treatment but also the overall wellness and skin health of the participants.
The presence of notable dignitaries such as City Vice Mayor April Aguilar, Dr. Aivee Aguilar-Teo, Dr. Z Teo, Alelee Aguilar-Andanar, and Alexa Andanar underscored the significance of community-driven projects and highlighted the local government's unwavering support for health-related initiatives.
"Beauty Beyond Borders" stands as a testament to the Aivee Group's commitment to accessible healthcare and emphasizes the Las Piñas local government's dedication to fostering a healthier community. This initiative not only addressed immediate health concerns but also raised awareness about the often overlooked yet crucial aspect of skin health within community wellness.
As Las Piñas residents confront diverse health challenges, initiatives like "Beauty Beyond Borders" play a pivotal role in ensuring that essential medical services reach those in need. The success of this event sets a notable precedent for future health outreach programs, showcasing the positive impact of collaborative efforts between medical groups and local government in enhancing community well-being.
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