The Municipality of Inabanga strongly believes that a healthy community will contribute to a progressive economy.

There are 2 Rural Health Units that will cater to the medical needs of the locality. One within the municipal grounds that will cater to the lowland barangays and the other in Barangay Dagnawan that will address the needs of the upland barangays. They enjoy free medical consultations and free supply of maintenance medicines for diabetes, hypertension and minor illnesses. Laboratory fees and maternal packages are offered to the locality at a discounted rates.

The municipality has a Municipal Health Officer (Physician), a Doctor-to-the-Barrio, midwives, nurses, sanitary inspector, 11 Barangay Health Centers and 348 active Barangay Health Workers (BHWs) who regularly conduct barangay visits providing maternal care, immunization, IECs and other medical-related plans and programs. There is also the Francisco Dagohoy Memorial Hospital (FDMH), a provincial government-run district  hospital that will address their needs. Inabanga is also subsidizing the PhilHealth premiums of underprivileged constituents.

Awards and Recognition

The Municipality of Inabanga is a recipient of various awards and recognitions from the local, provincial and national level. Notable of which are the following:

Provincial Award for Nutrition Programs - Years 1998, 1999 & 2000

National Crown Award for Nutrition Programs - Years 2001, 2002 & 2003

National Honor Award for Nutrition Programs - Years 2004, 2005 & 2006

The Hall of Fame Award was received on 2007 for being consistent awardee in 9 straight years.

Recently, the municipality was conferred for being a TOP performing LGU on Prevalence of Underweight and Severely Underweight 0-59 months old children and for successfully launching the Diabetes and Hypertension Health Club as a way to promote health and wellness. These awards given by the Department of Health Regional Office 7 is a true testament of a quality health care provided to Inabangnons.