Serving the entire population of San Jose are twenty-eight barangay health stations (BHS) and one rural health unit (RHU). Medical cases that these facilities cannot handle are referred to the lone provincial hospital located in the poblacion.

 

4.1       Access to Health

1.    Household Percentage without toilets – 14,234

2.    Proportion of Percentage ( 0-5 below number of Age as weight)

–          Moderately underweight  – 404

–          Severely underweight – 74

3.    Number of less than 5 who dead of illness (2014 – 2015)

4.    Number of Deaths who died due to pregnancy (2014 – 2015) – zero

 

VITAL STATISTICS FOR 2015

SAN JOSE DE BUENAVISTA, ANTIQUE

(Source: San Jose Rural Health Unit)
Population 63,188
Household 13283
Total Deaths 999
Crude Death Rate 15.81/1,000 population
Total Birth Rate 3,830
Crude Birth Rate 60.61/1,000 population
Infant Death 73
Infant Mortality Rate 1.16/1,000 live birth
Maternal Deaths 3
Maternal Mortality Rate .051/1,000 live birth
Under Five Deaths 85
8/1,000 population
Deaths with Medical Certificate Attendance 90.4%
 

 

TOP MORBIDITY (CY – 2015)

(Source: San Jose Rural Health Unit)

Diseases Number Rate
1.    Hypertension 1021 161.58/10,000 population
2.    Acute Respiratory Infection 778 123.12/10,000 population
3.    Pneumonia 446 70.58/10,000 population
4.    Diabetes Mellitus 381 99.41/0,000 population
5.    Acute Bronchitis 368 60.29/10,000 population
6.    Pulmonary  Tuberculosis 298 47.16/10,000 population
7.    Influenza 205 32.44/10,000 population
8.    Injury (All Forms) 117 18.32/10,000 population
9.    Diarrhea 112 17.72/10,000 population
10.Urinary Tract Infection 80 12.66/10,000 population

 

 

TOP MORTALITY (CY – 2015)

(Source: San Jose Rural Health Unit)

Diseases Number Rate
1.    Pneumonia 131 20.73/10,000
2.    Cancer (All Forms) 92 14.56/10,000
3.    Hypertensive Cerebrovascular Disease 87 13.76/10,000
4.    Cerebrovascular Accidents (Strokes) 63 10/10,000
5.    Diabetes Mellitus (All Types) 51 8.07/10,000
6.    Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases 41 6.49/10,000
7.    Myocardial Infarction 38 6.01/10,000
8.    Accidents (All Forms) 36 5.70/10,000
9.    Hypertension 28 4.43/10,000
10.Sepsis Neonatorum 20 3.17/10,000

 

 

INFANT MORTALITY (CY – 2015)

(Source: San Jose Rural Health Unit)

Diseases Number Rate
1.    Sepsis Neonatorum 20 0.32/1,000
2.    Pneumonia 8 0.26/1,000
3.    Hyaline Membrane Disease 7 0.16/1,000
4.    Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome 5 0.14/1,000
5.    Congenital Anomalies (All Forms) 5 0.10/1,000
6.    Congenital Heart Disease 4 0.07/1,000
7.    Prematurity 4 0.07/1,000
8.    Meconium Aspiration Syndrome 4 0.07/1,000
9.    Asphyxia 3 0.04/1,000
10.Acute Gastroenteritis 2 0.03/1,000

 

 

MATERNAL (CY – 2015)

(Source: San Jose Rural Health Unit)

Diseases Number Rate
1.    Uterine Inversion 1 0.02/1,000 live births
2.    Cardiac Arrythmia 1 0.02/1,000 live births
3.    Ba In Exarcervation 1 0.02/1,000 live births

 

 

UNDER FIVE MORTALITY (CY – 2015)

(Source: San Jose Rural Health Unit)

Diseases Number Rate
1.    Septicemia Neonaturom 20 0.33/1,000
2.    Pneumonia 11 0.26/1,000
3.    Hyaline Membrane Disease 7 0.11//1,000
4.    Congenital Heart Disease 6 0.09/1,000
5.    Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome 5 0.08/1,000
6.    Congenital Anomaly (All Forms) 5 0.08/1,000
7.    Prematurity 4 0.06/1,000
8.    Meconium Aspiration Syndrome 4 0.06/1,000
9.    Asphyxia 3 0.05/1,000
10.Acute Gastroenteritis 2 0.03/1,000
11.Glomeronephritis 2 0.03//1,000

 

 

Health Profile (CY -2015)

(Source: ASMGH, RHU, AMC)

Name of Hospital

Angel Salazar Memorial General Hospital (ASMGH)

Antique Medical Center (AMC)

Bed Capacity ASMGH (100 Beds), AMC (105 Beds)
Total number of Physicians ASMGH (32), AMC (83)
Total number of Nurses ASMGH (43), AMC (63)
Total number Nurses attendant ASMGH (20), AMC (14)
Total number of employees ASMGH (183), AMC (142)
Municipal Health Center 2
Barangay Health Centers 28
Day Care Centers 30
Day Care Workers 28

 

Map 4 : HEALTH / MEDICAL STATION FACILITIES

4.2.        LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS (HEALTH as of 2015)

 

ENVIRONMENTAL

Indicators

No.

%

Interpretation

Recommendation/Action Taken

Col. 1 Col. 2 Col. 3 Col. 4 Col 5.
Households (HH) 13,283
HH w/ access to improved or safe water supply
Level I 5,434 40.91%
Level II 3,252 2.45%
Level III 7,376 55.53%
HH w/ sanitary toilet facilities 11,427
HH w/ satisfactory disposal of solid waste 13,280
HH w/ complete basic sanitation facilities 13,283
Food Establishment 1,089
Food Establishment w/ Sanitary Permit
Food Handlers 2,050
Food Handlers w/ Health Certificate 1,996
Salt Samples Tested 22 @ Public Market
Salt samples tested found (+) for iodine 21+  

 

 

 

NATALITY – LIVEBIRTHS

Indicators

Number

%

Interpretation

Recommendation/Action Taken

Male Female Total
Col. 1 Col. 2 Col. 3 Col. 4 Col 5. Col. 6 Col. 7
Total No. of Pregnancies 1,184 1,184
Pregnancies by Outcome
·        Livebirths 1,981 1,849 3,830
·        Fetal Death 23 23 46
·        Abortion 0 0 0
Birthweight:
·        LB w/ weights 2500 grams & greater 1,606 1,206 2,812
·        LB w/ weights less than 2500 grams 375 643 1018
·        LB – not known weight 0
Attendance at Birth
·        LB delivered by doctors 1,872 1,724
·        LB delivered by nurses 7 7 14
·        LB delivered by midwives 105 81 186
·        LB delivered by hilot/TBA 25 9 34
·        LB delivered by others 0

 

 

MORTALITY

Indicators

Number

%

Interpretation

Recommendation/Action Taken

Male Female Total
Col. 1 Col. 2 Col. 3 Col. 4 Col 5. Col. 6 Col. 7
Total Deaths (Excluding Fetal Death) 525 428 953
Maternal Deaths 3 3 Hospital Death from other Mun.
Under-5 Deaths (0 to <5 yrs. Old) 68 62 118
(1 – 4 years old Deaths) 63 55 118
Infant Deaths (0 to <1 year old)
(0 to 7 completed days after birth) + 23 23 46
(8 to <28 days) 31 18 49
(28 days to <1 year) 9 14 23
Neonatal Deaths
(Late Neonatal Deaths “8 Days to <28 days”) 54 41 95
(Early Neonatal Deaths “0 to 7 completed days”) 23 23 46
Perinatal Deaths
(Fetal Deaths + Early Neonatal Deaths “0 to 7 completed days”)
Fetal Deaths 23 23 46
Causes of Neonatal Deaths
Neonatal Tetanus
Other Causes