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OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR, HEALTH SERVICE (ODHS)

 FUNCTIONS:

 

  1. The Office of the Director, Health Service is responsible for the overall supervision of all activities in the PNP Health Service;
  2. Implements and supervises approved plans, policies and programs formulated by higher Headquarters;
  3. Advises the Chief, PNP on matters pertaining to the health status of PNP personnel;
  4. Recommends to the Chief, PNP through channel the procurement, training, assignment and promotion of the PNP HS personnel as well as activation, deactivation, reorganization and transfer of medical and dental units.
  5. Conduct periodic inspection of all PNP HS units;
  6. Responsible in the formulation and implementation of policies and in planning, directing, coordinating and supervision of all matters pertaining to the administration, accounting and control of funds of the Health Service;
  7. Formulate the quarterly program of budget and activities every fiscal year based on Program Review and Analysis;
  8. Responsible for the proper administration of funds;
  9. Prepare and submit quarterly fund requirements to the Directorate concerned in support of Health Service activities;
  10. Submit prescribed reports to the Directorate for Comptrollership;
  11. Maintain the fiscal records necessary in the accounting and control of funds;
  12. Prepare vouchers/payrolls regarding salaries, differentials of promotion, longevity, incentive, and other allowances.
  13. Prepare change reports for the newly appointed personnel, promotion, long pay, and loans;
  14. Follow-up vouchers/payrolls for Pay and Allowances, TEV, RCA, Retirement/Death Benefits and other allowances;
  15. Responsible for the safekeeping and filing of all documents pertaining to HS budget;
  16. Perform other duties as directed by higher authority

 

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR, HEALTH SERVICE

 

  1. Acts as OIC, HS for in the absence of Dir, HS;
  2. Replacement as SCDO duty detail;
  3. Oversees the Administrative and Operational activities of HS as Deputy Director such as Chairman of HS Committees (TPPD, RHE, HS Bidding & Awards (BAC), SOPPB, Special Promotion Awards and Decorations Board, ADHOC Screening Committee (Lateral Entry), PCO Promotion Committee, TWG (HS Organizational Restructuring), HS Special Committee, HS NUP Selection and Promotion Board, HS TWG on PGS Certification) and Membership in HS Committees and NHQ Board;
  4. Attend Staff, Command Activities and other directives; and
  5. Performs such other functions as directed by D, HS.

 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF, HEALTH SERVICE

 

  1. Monitor Regional Health Service staff assignments and functions.;
  2. Supervise compliances from Health Service Division Chiefs and HS activities;
  3. Perform other tasks as directed by the Director Health Service, Deputy Director, and from other NHQ superior officers such as attending Execom meetings, TWG meetings and command activities;
  4. Reports/recommends to the D, HS and Deputy Director all the compliances;
  5. Relay orders from the HS Director to all Division Chiefs and RHS Chiefs;
  6. Supervise inflow and outflow incoming and outgoing communications; and
  7. Performs such other functions as directed by D, HS.

 

 FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT DIVISIONS OF ODHS

 

  • Administrative and Records Management Division

 

  1. Responsible for the effective management and administration of the Health Service personnel.
  2. Responsible for the morale and welfare of Health Service personnel;
  3. In charge of the accounting of all personnel and consolidation of data to update of the accounting system of Health Service Personnel;
  4. Responsible for the dissemination of new policies from higher headquarters;
  5. Responsible in the preparation of administrative reports and records;
  6. Advise and assist the Director in the management of personnel and their assignment to subordinate units;
  7. Recommend deserving personnel for citations, awards and decorations;
  8. Prepare communication for assignments, reassignments, promotions, retirements, hazardous, incentive, longevity or special pay allowances;
  9. Assist in the preparation of communications pertaining to seminars, conventions, consultancy and residency training;
  10. Responsible for the dissemination of information regarding schoolings and training programs involving Health Service Personnel;
  11. Responsible for the preparation, follow up of KSS-33 form and requests for pertinent documents as requirements for attestation, confirmation, rank adjustment application of all HS personnel;
  12. Supervise docketed administrative cases for accounting and case monitoring;
  13. Responsible for the safekeeping and efficient management of all Health Service records;
  14. Act on matters regarding breach of discipline of HS personnel;
  15. Assess cases filed and recommend summary hearing to higher headquarters if necessary;
  16. Conduct pre-charge investigation;
  17. Endorse cases for summary hearing in coordination with Discipline, Law and Order Section; and
  18. Perform other official duties as the Director, HS may direct.

 

 

  • Plans, Operations, and PCR Division

 

  1. Prepare and update SOPs, policies, manuals, briefing charts and operational accomplishment of the unit;
  2. Conduct staff visit and inspection to various Health Service Units to determine how existing policies, directives, instructions and guidelines are being implemented;
  3. Recommend plans and programs of the PNP Health Service;
  4. Monitor and supervise the operations of the different PNP Health Service Units;
  5. Monitor and supervise medical and dental civic actions for civil-police operations as directed or authorized by higher headquarters especially in time of calamities and disasters;
  6. Formulate and recommend plans and other matters relevant to the PNP Health Service as directed by HS command group and higher headquarters`;
  7. Coordinate, integrate and consolidate plans and operational programs of different divisions and subordinate units and review, study and recommend same to the Director, Health Service.
  8. Responsible for planning, developing and implementing best practices & public relations strategies of the health service;
  9. Monitor media coverage and supervise press releases of the health service to targeted media entities;
  10. Edit and proof-read in-house magazines, case studies, speeches, articles and annual reports;
  11. Supervise the production of information & educational campaign materials, brochures, handouts, direct mail leaflets, promotional videos, photographs, films and multimedia programs of the HS;
  12. Organize events including but not limited to press conferences, exhibits and press tours;
  13. Prepare reports of activities to be included in the Quarterly Program Review and Analysis (PRA);
  14. Maintain and update information on the HS website;
  15. Perform other official duties as the Director may direct.

 

  • Resource Management Division

 

  1. Ensure that the plans, policies and procedures on procurement disseminated from higher authorities are coordinated, implemented and enforced;
  2. Monitors the enforcement of all procurement agreements/contracts;
  3. Initiate, assist and monitor the procurement, distribution, control and storage of dental, laboratory and motor pool supplies/materials/equipment to all operating units;
  4. Exercise staff supervision over supply support units to ensure effective supply management administration.
  5. Conduct inspection, monitor inventories and supervise issuance of medicines, medical, dental and laboratory supplies and equipment and motor pool to different HS units;
  6. Gather, compile and maintain periodic reports on the existing supply/equipment and maintains medical, dental, laboratory and motor pool supply ledger card and submit Monthly report of supplies and materials issued for liquidation;
  7. Prepare expenditures, procurement programs and activities of the HS;
  8. Receive deliveries, donations, conduct inspection and inventory of all supplies and equipment intended for HS;
  9. Responsible in the proper storage of all medical & dental supplies/materials and equipments to be distributed;
  10. Prepare necessary documents for the procurement of items submitted by the End-Users and submits request of Bidding to Directorate concerned and also to COA-PNP;
  11. Perform other functions as Director, HS may direct.

 

 

 

MEDICAL SERVICE DIVISION

 FUNCTIONS:

 

  1. Exercise administrative supervision over all Medical Officers assigned in the Health Service;
  2. Responsible for the effective accounting of all Medical Officers;
  3. Formulate and implement plans and policies pertaining to Career Development and Management Programs for Medical Officers;
  4. Procure/Recruit potential PNP Health Service Medical Officers via Lateral Entry;
  5. Recommend for rotation and/or transfer of assignments, promotion, placement and training of Medical Officers;
  6. Monitor the admission and discharge of patients into and out of the PHS;
  7. Recommend plans and participate in programs and activities relative to the Medical Service;
  8. Disseminate evidence-based medical breakthrough and discoveries to improve the training of medical personnel;
  9. Evaluate overall performance of Medical Officers and recommend appropriate action;
  10. Responsible for the safekeeping and efficient management of all records pertaining to Medical Service;
  11. Recommend policies and measures for the prevention of diseases;
  12. Inform and advice the Director on the prevalence, incidence and endemicity of common diseases;
  13. Formulate policies on disease prevention and control;
  14. Supervise the implementation of formulated policies related to disease control and prevention;
  15. Submit reports to the D, HS regarding the status/output of formulated policies related to disease control and prevention; and
  16. Perform other functions as the D, HS may direct.

 

 FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF MSD

 

  • Medical Career Development and Management Section

 

  1. Responsible for the implementation and supervision of career development and management program of medical officers in the Health Service;
  2. Responsible for providing information and assistance to Medical Officers in terms of career planning and development;
  3. Participate in police community events/activities concerning education and career development;
  4. Prepare and monitor the career development of every medical officer; and
  5. Perform other functions as the C, MSD may direct.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Medical Training and Research Section

 

  1. Responsible in the preparation of SOPs, policies, manuals, briefing charts, and training profile of Medical Officer;
  2. Recommend and monitor medical officers who undergo trainings, schooling and residency in coordination with training section, Health Service;
  3. Assist in the coordination, integration and consolidation of plans and operational programs of the different Medical units;
  4. Oversee the overall medical research program of the Health Service;
  5. Participate in the conduct of medical research for improvement of Health Service;
  6. Responsible for the dissemination/update of research-findings;
  7. Recommend activities and/ or special projects for Health Service that are align in providing effective health care delivery; and
  8. Perform other functions as the C, MSD may direct.

 

  • Reimbursement of Hospitalization Expenses Section (RHE)

 

  1. Process claims for reimbursement of hospitalization expenses;
  2. Participate in the planning to improve policies related to RHE;
  3. Check the validity of RHE claims;
  4. Serve as member, recorder and secretariat of the PNP Adjudication Board; and
  5. Perform other duties as directed by the C, MSD.

 

 

NURSING SERVICE DIVISION

 FUNCTIONS:

 

  1. The Nursing Service Division will have administrative control over all Nurse Officers assigned in the Health Service;
  2. Responsible for the effective accounting and control of all Nurse Officers except those officers performing staff/administrative function in ODHS.
  3. Formulate and implement plans and policies pertaining to Career Development and Management Programs for Nurse Officers;
  4. Procure/Recruit potential Nurse Officer via Lateral Entry that is essential in maintaining the utmost function of the Health Service;
  5. Recommend for rotation and/or transfer of assignments, promotion, placement and training of Nurse Officers;
  6. Plan, coordinate and supervise all programs and activities relative to the Nursing Service;
  7. Conduct evidence-based research on nursing breakthroughs and discoveries to improve the training of nurse personnel and deliver high standard of health services;
  8. Evaluate overall performance of Nurse Officers;
  9. Responsible for the safekeeping and efficient management of all records of pertaining to Nursing Service;
  10. Perform other functions as D, HS may direct.

 

 FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF NSD

 

  • Nursing Career Development and Management Section

 

  1. Responsible for the implementation and supervision of career development and management program of nurse officers in the Health Service;
  2. Recommend and monitor nurse officers who undergo trainings and schooling;
  3. Assist in the preparation of plans and policies pertaining to Nurse Service;
  4. Responsible for providing information and assistance to Nurse Personnel in terms of career planning and development;
  5. Plan and participate in police community events/activities concerning education and career development;
  6. Advise personnel on human resource and other work-related issues and problems;
  7. Prepare and monitor the career development of every Nursing Health Service Personnel;
  8. Perform other duties as directed by the D, HS.

 

  • Nursing Research Section

 

  1. Responsible in the preparation of SOPs, policies, manuals, briefing charts, and training profile of Nurse Officers;
  2. Assist in the coordination, integration and consolidation of plans and operational programs of the different nursing units;
  3. Oversee the overall research strategies of the Nursing Health Service;
  4. Supervises in data collection, analysis and review findings conducted by research teams;
  5. Responsible for the dissemination/update of research-findings;
  6. Organize activities and/ or special projects for Nursing Service Personnel that are align in providing effective health care delivery;
  7. Formulate and recommend plans relevant to the Nursing Service; and
  8. Perform other functions as the D, HS may direct.

 

 

DENTAL SERVICE DIVISION

 FUNCTIONS:

 

  1. The Dental Service Division will have administrative control over all Dental Officers assigned in the Health Service;
  2. Responsible for the effective accounting and control of all Dental Officers except those officers performing staff/administrative function in ODHS.
  3. Formulate and implement plans and policies pertaining to Career Development and Management Programs for Dental Officers;
  4. Procure/Recruit potential Dental Officers via Lateral Entry that is essential in maintaining the utmost function of the Health Service;
  5. Recommend for rotation and/or transfer of assignments, promotion, placement and training of Dental Officers;
  6. Plan, coordinate and supervise all programs and activities relative to the Dental Service;
  7. Conduct evidence-based research on dental breakthroughs and discoveries to improve the training of dental personnel and deliver high standard of dental services;
  8. Evaluate overall performance of Dental Officers;
  9. Responsible for the safekeeping and efficient management of all records of pertaining to Dental Service;
  10. Perform other functions as D, HS may direct.

 

 FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF DSD

 

  • Dental Career Development and Management Section

 

  1. Responsible for the implementation and supervision of career development and management program of dental officers in the Health Service;
  2. Recommend and monitor dental officers who undergo trainings, schooling and post-graduate programs;
  3. Assist in the preparation of plans and policies pertaining to Dental Service;
  4. Responsible for providing information and assistance to Dental Personnel in terms of career planning and development;
  5. Plan and participate in police community events/activities concerning education and career development;
  6. Advise personnel on human resource and other work-related issues and problems;
  7. Prepare and monitor the career development of every Dental Personnel; and
  8. Perform other duties as directed by the D, HS.

 

  • Dental Research Section

 

  1. Responsible in the preparation of SOPs, policies, manuals, briefing charts, and training profile of dental officers;
  2. Assist in the coordination, integration and consolidation of plans and operational programs of the different dental units;
  3. Oversee the overall research strategies of the Dental Service.
  4. Supervises in data collection, analysis and review findings conducted by research teams.
  5. Responsible for the dissemination/update of research-findings;
  6. Organize activities and/ or special projects for Dental Service that are align in providing effective health care delivery;
  7. Formulate and recommend plans relevant to the Dental Service; and
  8. Perform other functions as the D, HS may direct.

 

 

ALLIED SERVICE DIVISION

 FUNCTIONS:

 

  1. The Allied Service Division will have administrative control over all Allied Officers assigned in the Health Service;
  2. Responsible for the effective accounting and control of all Allied Officers except those officers performing staff/administrative function in ODHS.
  3. Formulate and implement plans and policies pertaining to Career Development and Management Programs for Allied Officers;
  4. Procure/Recruit potential Allied Officers via Lateral Entry that is essential in maintaining the utmost function of the Health Service;
  5. Recommend for rotation and/or transfer of assignments, promotion, placement and training of Allied Officers;
  6. Plan, coordinate and supervise all programs and activities relative to the Allied Service;
  7. Conduct evidence-based research on allied breakthroughs and discoveries to improve the training of allied personnel and deliver high standard of allied services;
  8. Evaluate overall performance of Allied Officers;
  9. Responsible for the safekeeping and efficient management of all records of pertaining to Allied Service;
  10. Perform other functions as D, HS may direct.

 

 FUNCTIONS OF DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF ASD

 

  • Allied Career Development and Management Section

 

  1. Responsible for the implementation and supervision of career development and management program of allied officers and personnel in the Health Service;
  2. Recommend and monitor allied officers who undergo trainings, schooling and post-graduate programs;
  3. Assist in the preparation of plans and policies pertaining to Allied Officers and Personnel;
  4. Responsible for providing information and assistance to Health Service Allied Personnel in terms of career planning and development;
  5. Plan and participate in police community events/activities concerning education and career development;
  6. Advise personnel on human resource and other work-related issues and problems.
  7. Prepare and monitor the career development of every Allied Health Service Personnel;
  8. Perform other duties as directed by the D, HS.

 

  • Allied Research Section

 

  1. Responsible in the preparation of SOPs, policies, manuals, briefing charts, and training profile of allied personnel;
  2. Assist in the coordination, integration and consolidation of plans and operational programs of the different allied units;
  3. Oversee the overall research strategies of the Allied Health Service;
  4. Supervises data collection, analysis and review conducted by research teams
  5. Responsible for the dissemination/update of research-findings;
  6. Organize activities and/ or special projects for Allied Service Personnel that are align in providing effective health care delivery;
  7. Formulate and recommend plans relevant to the Allied Service; and
  8. Perform other functions as the D, HS may direct.