A long-time member of the Pattaya Public Health Volunteers was elected the group’s president at its 2014 general meeting.
Suphin Ruangrung replaces Ninthra Ngampiem, whose four-year term expired. She beat out fellow candidates Laksanachom Deesuk, Tim Inthranont and Kaewarin Inthachot.
“I have worked with the Pattaya Public Health Volunteers for many years and I am close to all the members,” Suphin said. “I believe that public health operations will not face any obstacles because our members are ready and happy to serve residents. I thank members for trusting in choosing me as the new president. I will continue the former president’s excellent work and will help the Pattaya Public Health Department work for Pattaya brothers and sisters to have better health.”
Pattaya Public health volunteers members raise their hands to approve Suphin Ruangrung as the next president of Pattaya Public Health Volunteers.
The group’s board is preparing a set of activities for the new year including screening of patients in each area, introducing health safety procedures, monitoring contagious and non-contagious diseases in each community, monitoring diseases suffered by the elderly and chronically ill, family planning and public health services in school.