Paying it forward: Cebu graduate, Physicians Board topnotcher, plans to serve community for a year

Paying it forward: Cebu graduate, Physicians Board topnotcher, intends to serve community for a year

Paying it ahead: Cebu graduate, Physicians Board topnotcher, intends to offer neighborhood for a year 30 PM Panaglima|FB article
— After positioning 3rd in this years Physicians Board Exams, Daniel Cajayon Panaglima, that is now a full-fledged doctor, said he would offer the area for a year, particularly those in his home town in Lumbag Island, Occidental Mindoro.
Panaglima, who is just one of 4 grads of Cebu institution of higher learnings that covered this year’s board tests, claimed he was intending to sign up with the “Doctors to the Barrios” program of the Department of Health as well as serve the neighborhood in Lumbag Island for a year before waging his research studies on internal medication.
“I saw the need of our fellow Filipinos in our community, and I intend to pay it forward to them, this is my function to offer the neighborhood” said the 27-year-old Panaglima in a meeting with Cebu Daily News Digital.
Panaglima, that is additionally a registered nurse, graduated as a scholar of medicine of the Matias H. Aznar Memorial College of Medicine, Inc.
. He said that he felt lucky for getting a scholarship port as there were only 2 more ports left when he made an application for it.
Panaglima, who got a nursing level at the Manila Adventist College, said he applied for the scholarship in Medicine provided by the Matias H. Aznar after he passed the nursing board exams.
Panaglima claimed he found out about his positioning 3rd in the board exams from his good friend, Dr. Jessa Elaine Fronda, that also placed 5th in the Physicians Board Exams.
The other two topnotchers rom Cebu universities as well as universities are Carren Agnes Honrada Solidor of Southwestern University (4th placer), and Wilma Cleo Yvonne Borja Dapog of Cebu Doctors’ University College of Medicine (10th placer).
Panaglima, that hails from Lumbag Island, Occidental Mindoro, is greater than thankful and also pleased of what he has attained due to the fact that of his family’s assistance.
Maturing, he saw the effort of his parents, whose main earnings comes from a small carenderia, to provide for all their six children.
“I’m the third child, and also I am extremely happy with my family’s humble beginnings” said Panaglima.
He stated he was having supper with the family after their family members prayer when he learnt more about his 3rd area position in the tests.
“I am beyond honored of what the Lord has given me,” stated Panaglima.
He likewise said that he honestly hoped for it (to be a topnotcher), and he also actually did wish for the most effective.
There were 1,209 board passers of the recent Physicians Board Exams.|dbs

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