Who is a DOH Representative?

Name of Office: Bureau of Local Health Systems Development

A DOH Representative refers to a Development Management Officer (DMO) or other CHD personnel designated to represent the DOH as member of the local health board (LHB) and who has the capacity to vote on issues or act on matters pertaining to health on behalf of the DOH.

Every Local Government Unit (LGU) has a designated DOH Representative. On average, one DOH Representative is assigned to 3-4 LGUs.

Source: AO 2020-0029 or Roles, Functions and Responsibilities of DOH Representatives