Arthritis and Tai Chi exercises every Monday at 8:30 am to 9:30 am respectively. Thanks to Dr. Ron Mitchell, Alona Garcia and Desiree Alesna. We will be adding Zumba Class with Glenda Revita in July 2015.
Every Second and Fourth Sunday of the Month Health Education with Dr. Jeff Gee, MD at 12:45 PM.
Health and Wellness Program
Health and Wellness Clinic Team
The Rt. Rev. Marc Andrus, Bishop
The Rev. Cn. Stefani Shatz, Diocesan Representative
The Rev. Leonard Oakes, Vicar
The Rev. Rebecca Goldberg, Secretary
Richard Lagunte, Senior Warden, BC Rep.
Dr. Ronald Mitchell, Junior Warden, BC Rep
Elizabeth Cudiamat-Ditty, Treasurer, Accounting
Persephone Gee, RN, PHN, Clinical Chair
Rev. Rebecca Goldberg, Administrative Officer
Gloria Encinas, RN, BSN, Assistant Administrator
Rev. Dr. Lynn Bowdish, Spiritual Counselor
Rev. Jureck Fernandez, Spiritual Counselor
Rev. Tricia Rosso, Counselor to the physically Challenged
Doctor Jeffrey Gee, MD, House Doctor
Doctor Ron Mitchell, Chair of the Arthritis and Physical Therapy Program
Alona Garcia, Physical Therapy Assistant
Desiree Alesna, Ta-Chi Instructor
Madee Carnecer (RN), John Encinas (RN), Rose Domingo (RN), Laura Loor (RN), Malou Custodio (RN), Beth Dayrit,( RN, BSN), Whitney Dayrit, (RN, BSN), Haidee Oakes (LVN), Leonard Oakes (LVN), Marlene Dayrit (LVN), Remy Torres (LVN), Epiphania Galang (CNA), Becky Aquino (CNA), Carmen Vedad(CNA), Luz Mack (CNA), Lois Downs, Liberty Guillermo, Jesse Zumel, Sadjie Guillermo.
The United Thank Offering (UTO) of the Episcopal Church awarded Holy Child and St. Martin Daly City the amount of $37,500 for the Elevator project which will provide access to our Physically Challenged members of the community in attending the Arthritis exercises, Social gatherings and Health and Wellness Center. This effort was made possible by the Diocese of California, through the leadership of Bishop Marc Andrus and Kathleen Piraino, Executive Director of Episcopal Charities and members of Holy Child and St. Martin and volunteers.
Thank you UTO! Thanks to all the donors! Thank you Bishop Marc and Kathleen and all of HCSM members and volunteers.
To God be the Glory for the things He has done and continue to do!
The Episcopal Charity Services awarded Holy Child and St. Martin Health and Wellness program the amount of $30,000 for the its operation. ECS will begin its support in the June of 2013. HCSM Health and Wellness Program aims to reach out to the low income, uninsured family in the Cities of Daly City, Pacifica, San Bruno and San Francisco. Thank you ECS for your generosity. You may visit their site at www.episcopalcharities.org
Episcopal Senior Communities Foundation/ Darby Betts Fund awarded Holy Child and St. Martin Senior Program the amount of $5,000. Such fund will help realize the problems of seniors on transportations to social activities, shopping and medical appointments. Thank you ESC and Darby Betts Foundation. You may visit the ESC site at www.jtm-esc.org
The San Francisco Foundation through the FAITHS Community Partners awarded Holy Child and St. Martin Health and Wellness Program the amount of $4,000. The grant will help in the operations and supplies for the program. Thank you San Francisco Foundation and Faith Community Partners. You may visit their site at www.sff.org
“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free”
– Mrs. Barbara Silberg
– Statue of Liberty-
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest”
Would you be so kind to help us tell others especially those who are uninsured and low income individuals and families in your community to come and benefit from this wonderful program?
Thank you for making a difference, even by referring someone who is in need of health
Holy Child & St Martin Episcopal Church
Health and Wellness Community Program
777 Southgate Avenue Daly City, California, 94015
Office: (650) 991-1560 Website: www.hcsmdalycity.org
CLINIC is open every Monday at 7:30 am to 11 A.M., and
Every Sunday at 12:30 PM to 4 PM.
Holy Child and St. Martin’s Health and Wellness Ministry seeks to provide volunteer services, support and education in order to empower our members as well as any residents of the community surrounding HCSM. Our volunteer health care providers and trainers are licensed to operate in the State of California as Registered Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants and health administrators.
Free Services and Assistance Provided:
- Weekly Blood Pressure, heart rate, lungs and weight Monitoring
- Nutrition and exercises program
- Understanding Health Status
- Understanding Prescriptions and Medications
- Educational Presentations (Guest Speakers)
- Health Seminars, workshops and Training
- Health Focus Pamphlets and Brochures
- Scheduled health walks
- Referral Program
- Physical Therapy
- Arthritis Exercises
- Our trained volunteers recognize the sovereignty of God as the source of all healing; recognize the whole person that God intended us to be: mind, body and spirit; recognize an individual’s limits and boundaries. Our trained volunteers are compassionate, sensitive, supportive and listens without judgment.
Hours of Operations:
Seton Medical Center, Daly City
Diocese of California
Episcopal Charity Services
Episcopal Senior Communities Foundation
San Francisco Foundation (FAITH)
Clinic by the Bay, SF
New Haven Health Care and Hospice Care Inc. Daly City
Rota Care of Daly City
Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP)
Peninsula Clergy Network (PCN)
Alliance for Community Empowerment (ALLICE)
Philippine Association of University Women-USA
Saturday Afternoon Club of San Francisco
Doelger’s Senior Center, Daly City
City of Daly City, Pacifica and Colma
Kaiser Permanente Filipino Nurses Association
Episcopal Charities Action Network