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ANNOUNCEMENT!!!

ENROLMENT FOR SECOND SEMESTER 2007-2008 IS NOW ON GOING !!!


LIST OF BOARD PASSERS IN THE PHILIPPINE NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION JUNE 2007


DEMAND FOR NURSES STILL HIGH


PROGRAM OBJECTIVE

It offers Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Associate in Health Science Education. It aims to provide quality education which is an integration of the broad knowledge and humanistic caring as part of the contemporary nursing practice. It is committed to produce graduates who will be part of a powerful workforce in the national and international health care system.

The program further develops functioning nurses who:

  • possess a high degree of compassion, warmth, patience and perseverance in the process of caring;
  • assume responsibility and accountability in the promotion and maintenance of health, prevention of illness, care and rehabilitation;
  • demonstrate refined clinical skills in doing nursing assessment and nursing procedures;
  • participate in relevant nursing research activities; and
  • exhibit qualities of professionalism, particularly in executing speedy judgment and immediate action in any recognized health situation.

SERVICES OFFERED:

  1. ASSOCIATE IN HEALTH SCIENCE EDUCATION (AHSE)

    An undergraduate program that will prepare students for entry into any health science courses namely:

    1. medicine
    2. radiologic technology
    3. medical technology
    4. nursing
    5. Physical Therapy
    6. Nutrition & Dietetics
    7. Pharmacy
    8. Dentistry
    9. Occupational Therapy
    10. Optometry

  2. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

    Degree is conferred upon a graduate of a four-year baccalaureate program.

    Specific Careers/Professions/Occupation

    1. Clinical Nursing – Ward Nurse
      1. Psychiatric Nurse
      2. ICU Nurse
      3. OR Nurse
      4. DR Nurse
      5. Pediatric Nurse
    2. Nurse Managers
    3. Nurse Educator
    4. Clinical Instructor
    5. Community Health Nursing
    6. Private Duty Nursing
    7. Occupational Health Nursing
    8. Military Nursing
    9. Health Educator
    10. Nurse Researcher
    11. Entrepreneurship (Establishing wellness Clinics)

NURSING STUDENTS ORGANIZATIONS

  1. Nursing Students Body
  2. Nigthingale’s Club
  3. PYGLAS – Teatro Club
  4. TYCOON STOMP – Dance Troupe
  5. Nursing Choir

FACILITIES


EMERGENCY ROOM


NURSING DEMO ROOM


OB WARD


NURSE’S STATION


PATIENT’S LOUNGE


ORTHOPEDIC WARD


INTENSIVE CARE UNIT


NURSERY ROOM


OPERATING ROOM


CENTRAL SUPPLY ROOM

DEMAND FOR NURSES STILL HIGH


By Nikko Dizon
Source : Philippine Daily Inquirer
Date : Aug. 24, 2007

The GLOBAL DEMAND FOR NURSES will remain high for the next 10 years, according to an official of the US National Council of State Boards of Nursing ( NCS- BN ), as the first group of examinees yesterday took the National council Licensure Examination at the first NCLEX testing center in the country.

“ The nursing shortage is still significant and research still indicates that there is ananticipated shortfall of more than a million nurses in the US, “ Casey Marks, NCSBN associate executive director, told reporters.

The shortage is worldwide, Marks said, and in the US – a preferred destination of manyFilipino nurses – “ there is certainly a significant demand for a long period of time. “

With opportunities looming ahead, Marks said, he would indeed encourage more Filipinos to take up nursing as a profession.

“ That’ s one of the reasons we are here, “ added Robert Whelan, president of Pearson Vue, which owns and operates NCLEX testing centers in various parts of the world, including the first center in the Philippines, located at the Trident Towers in Makati City.

The opening of the NCLEX testing center in Makati signified the NCSBN’ s confidence in the Philippines, despite the leakage scandal which attended the 2006 nursing licensure board exam, he noted.

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LIST OF BOARD PASSERS IN THE PHILIPPINE NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION JUNE 2007

MALE
    1. ABARENTOS, ARISTOTLE H.
    2. ADOREMOS, ARNOLD P.
    3. ALARCON, JOHN MICHAEL M.
    4. BRIONES, MARK CARED T.
    5. CABISCUELAS, STEVE GIANCARLO A.
    6. CABRERA, JOSEPH S.
    7. CAGAPE, CHRISTIAN CLEMENT C.
    8. CAJUCOM, RHONIEL C.
    9. CARLOS, JESSIE J.
    10. FAJARDO, JED ALLEN R.
    11. FERNANDEZ, ANTONIO III A.
    12. GOZOS, HUGO M.
    13. GOZOS, STEPHEN ALLEN M.
    14. GRAVIDEZ, EDWARD H.
    15. IMPERIAL, JOSEPH RAL C.
    16. LAJARA, RUEL V.
    17. LASI, RYAN M.
    18. MARCELO, JOHN ROMER T.
    19. OFRIN, ROBERT R.
    20. PASAJOL, MICHAEL JOHN D.
    21. PEREZ, RAMON CHRISTOPHER DALDE
    22. RABINO, SANDY E.
    23. RAMOS, JAYSON B.
    24. SAYSENG, BRYNER L.
    25. TORRES, ACE J.
FEMALE
    1. AVANZADO, CHAMILLE M.
    2. BAES, MARJORIE F.
    3. BERANA, MARIE ANNE S.
    4. BRITON, CARMELITA B.
    5. CALINGASAN, GIGI I.
    6. CARO, ENELEEN DAINTY IA V.
    7. CARREON, MARY ANN R.
    8. CORALES APRIL L.
    9. CUEVAS, NORY JANE O.
    10. DANAO, LARA LAURA M.
    11. DE GUZMAN, MA. CHRISTINA S.
    12. DE LEON, JANE M.
    13. DE LA CRUZ, RAQUEL E.
    14. DIMACULANGAN, GIRLIE ANNE T.
    15. DIMACULANGAN, MAUREEN D.
    16. EVANGELISTA, MAUREEN V.
    17. GARCIA, CAROLINE T.
    18. GLORIA, ELLEN V.
    19. GO, VANESSA A.
    20. GONZAGA, JOAN L.
    21. GUINO, ARABELLA C.
    22. HAMOY, ALMA O.
    23. HERNANDEZ, MARGIE H.
    24. HIPOLITO, KATHERINE B.
    25. KASILAG, MARIA KRISTEL H.
    26. LANTO, LICERIA M.
    27. LATORRE, IVYROSE L.
    28. LEVITA, JENNYLYN C.
    29. LIBAO, HEIDE L.
    30. LUMBERA, TANIA MELIZE L.
    31. MACARAIG, MARIA JACQUELINE I.
    32. MAGNAYE, MARIA PAULA KARYLL R.
    33. MAGSINO, RONA M.
    34. MALALUAN, CHONA M.
    35. MANAY, VALERIE H.
    36. MANGUIAT, JUVY ROSE R.
    37. MANGUIAT, MARIA FRANCISCA THERESA J.
    38. MARTIJA, MARIA VICTORIA M.
    39. MENDOZA, PRECIOUS R.
    40. MORADA, GLENDA M.
    41. NABOS,KRISTINE
    42. PAGLINAWAN, JENNYLYN K.
    43. PARILLA, NICETA M.
    44. PEREZ, LIEZEL L.
    45. PEREZ, LORELIE IDA M.
    46. PURINO, LAILANIE D.
    47. QUIZON, ANGELICA L.
    48. RELEVO, RAQUEL M.
    49. RICAFRENTE, GINESEL E.
    50. SANTA ANA, ELIZABETH B.
    51. SAUZ, EMERLINDA A.
    52. SISON, ANNA LAARNI D.
    53. SOLIS, LINA T.
    54. SOTO, ERIKA S.
    55. SUMAYLO, DONNA MAY
    56. TAPAY, JENNY R.
    57. TOLENTINO, DIANA ROSE H.
    58. VALENCIA, CATHERINE B.
    59. VENTO, SHERWYNNE F.


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