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Phillippine Orthopaedic Association

The Philippine Orthopedic Association (POA) is the national association of orthopedic specialists in the Philippines. It is a forte association of orthopedic specialists who have passed the qualifying and confirming examinations of the Philippine Board of Orthopedics (PBO). It is enrolled with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and is a claim to fame society appropriately perceived by the Philippine Medical Association and the Philippine College of Surgeons. It is committed to magnificence in the conveyance of orthopedic patient consideration, orthopedic preparing and medicinal examination. Established in 1949, it is partnered with the ASEAN Orthopedic Association and the Asia-Pacific Orthopedic Association. It has six sections across the country and has ten orthopedic subspecialty society under its fold.MISSION: To propel the craftsmanship and investigation of orthopedics by advancing incredibleness in exploration, preparing, and benefit. To propel the craftsmanship and exploration of orthopedics by advancing magnificence in examination, preparing, and benefit. A national association of qualified, skilled and empathetic Orthopedic specialists committed to the progression of exploration, preparing, and administration to the most noteworthy measures. This gathering of specialists considered banding together as right on time as a year prior to when they all began to return to the nation subsequent to experiencing further preparing generally in the United States and England. They got their enthusiasm for the forte when they cooperated towards the end of the Second World War when the US Army composed the PCAU (Philippine Civilian Affairs Unit) to deal with the non military personnel losses of war, large portions of whom had traumatic wounds. Dr. Francisco Roman, a youthful Filipino armed force colonel headed the unit and Dr. Jose V. Delos Santos who as of now had preparing in Orthopedics from Johns Hopkins Hospital and Germany even before the war joined Col. Roman. Other people. On account of the demolition of the Philippine General Hospital, Drs. Ambrosio Tangco, Augusto Besa, B Canto,and Francisco.A likewise participate and helped in the treatment of patients. Before long, not just injury patients were dealt with in the unit additionally those with other musculo-skeletal tribulations like bone and joint tuberculosis and diseases.

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