Compassionate is one of the characteristics that a doctor should have. A physician to be like us, should build a heart for the people. Being compassionate to the people will allow physicians to work actively anytime and anywhere they are called for for their service. 

Last November 12, 2018: one Monday afternoon, we received a call from one of our Community Preceptor, Dr. Nelpra Iribani. Doc Iribani called us informing that there is an ongoing medical mission in Barangay Biayon, a nearby Barangay about 10 kilometers away from where we are staying. Unfortunately, the planned physician to spearhead the consultation wasn’t able to arrive at the event, thus, Doctor Iribani came to rescue and she needs her back-ups to do other tasks. In a snap, without hesitation, Team Venus members went to provide help. We were inspired how our doctors from ADZU-SOM like Doc Iribani could be so versatile and flexible to tend to an unplanned medical mission.

The Medical Mission was organized by a local government that was held in Barangay Biayon Covered Court, Municipality of Sergion OsmeƱa. It catered community people from Barangay Biayon and Barangay Danao. During the event, the organizer also distributed goods to the people who went for medical consultation.

Compassion to the community people is indeed necessary for anyone who wished to be a physician. If we are compassionate, being flexible and working on an unexpected circumstances would not be a problem. 





We are nine (9) passionate, dedicated and goal-oriented medical students with diverse personalities who came together to achieve one goal. We are an all-scholar group with the intention to serve God and His people. For the next four years in the medical school, we have a vision to help the people in the community to become self-reliant. Through community participation and cooperation, everything can be achieved. We choose to serve the community. We choose to serve Venus. | web counter hits


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