History of the College of Health Sciences

The College of Health Sciences (CHS) in the University of Northern Philippines (UNP), the oldest state university in the northern region of the country, is an offshoot of the joint effort between the UNP administration and the Provincial Government of Ilocos Sur in lobbying efforts for the establishment of the College of Medicine which was designed to offer a Step Ladder Medical Curriculum.  As such, a composite academic unit that would eventually usher in students in the Medicine Program had to be created.  This started the rigorous authorization process that would permit CHS to fully operate and take advantage of the chance to manifest its relevance as a Higher Education Institution, not only in terms of local and national interests, but, at global importance.

The desire for the establishment of a medical school in UNP initially took the extra mile when the proposal made by then Regent Antonio R. Lahoz gained the full support of the UNP Board of Regents. It was able to smoothly advance into the scrutiny of the Provincial Board of the Province of Ilocos Sur. That, on October 17, 1989, Sangguniang Panlalawigan Resolution No. 180, which sought for the establishment of the College of Medicine and the College of Law in the University of Northern Philippines, was unanimously approved.  In August, 1991, the UNP administration, led by then President Dr. Dorotea C. Filart, had to initially sit down with the key officials of the University of the Philippines, including the Dean of the College of Medicine, for a consultation meeting.  A similar activity followed in the same year during the Multi-Sectoral Consultation Conference, wherein the Step Ladder Medical Program the University of the Philippines is offering in its campus in Palo, Leyte (UPSHS) has been recommended to serve as the curriculum model for the proposed Medical Program in UNP.  Hence, the passage of Sangguniang Panlalawigan Resolution No. 164 (December, 1991), which endorsed the establishment of the Step Ladder Medical Curriculum in UNP, and the UNP Board Resolution No. 08 (January 21, 1992), which, in principle, approved of the establishment of the College of Health Sciences to offer the Step Ladder Curriculum of the Medical Course in UNP.  As such, Sangguniang Panlalawigan Resolution No. 30 (March 03, 1992) was forwarded to the Office of then President Fidel V. Ramos, through the Secretary of the Department of Education, Culture and Sports. The resolution sought to obtain the approval of the President in favor of UNP to open and operate the College of Health Sciences. 

                To comply with other requirements, the Institute of Nursing was converted into the College of Health Sciences, retaining the Institute of Nursing, as one of the two Academic Units, together with the new Institute of Community Health to deliver Allied Health Courses in a stepladder design to include the Basic Paramedics for Program Level I, Certificate in Midwifery and Community Health for Program Level II, Advanced Paramedics for Program Level III and Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Community Health for Program Level IV.  To further define the uniqueness of the College, the UNP Board of Regents approved the implementation of the Community Health Curriculum effective SY 1992-1993.  However, the Nursing Ladder Program was unanimously favored by the students, leaving the Community Health Program passive for some time.

                On November 09, 1993, President Fidel V. Ramos eventually approved of the establishment of the College of Health Sciences in UNP upon the recommendation of the DOH Secretary, Juan M. Flavier, and Secretary Armand Fabella of the DECS. The College was recognized by the DOH as one of its Institution partners advocating Alternative Health Sciences Education Program from across the country.  Such trust even grew stronger when the pioneer batch obtained a highly commendable performance in the May 1995 Midwifery Board Exam, garnering a passing rate of 87.6%, with two placing 3rd and 9th in the national ranking. This must have contributed to the dramatic increase in enrollment in the ensuing years, bringing students from nearby provinces and as far as Cagayan.  As the trend thrives, recognition for the College for a consistent high passing rate in the Midwifery Exam continued, while at the same time increasing the roster of National Board Topnotchers from 2013, 2014 and 2015.

                Revisiting the purpose of the creation of the College of Health Sciences, necessary revisions in the program offerings had to be made.  As such, the Multi-Tract Step Ladder Medical Program was adopted as mandated by Board Resolution No. 41, series of 1997.  Instead of Basic Paramedics in Level I, successful students would graduate in Certificate in Health Aide, Associate in Health Science Education for Level II, Certificate in Midwifery for Level III, BS Nursing for Level IV and the Doctor of Medicine as the terminal program for Levels V-VIII.  However, the Medicine Program, being classified as a Postgraduate Study, was better seen to operate as a single academic unit.  Hence, the separation of the Medicine Program from the CHS in SY 2011—2012.  This necessitated CHS to restructure, once again, its curricular programs.  As a result, completion of Level I leads to Certificate in Caregiving and Health Care Services, Certificate in Midwifery for Level II, and a Diploma in BS Nursing/ BS Community Health Management for Level IV.  Despite these changes, enrollment in the College kept on increasing.  Not until in 2014, when the CHED recommended the closure of the Nursing Program in the College, since the University has long been offering the Nursing Traditional Program under the College of Nursing.  Sudden plunge in the enrollment turned out the biggest setback of the decision upon the College. It put to test the resiliency of the College.

Hurdling the challenge, the Special Program in Bachelor of Science in Community Health Management ushered in hundreds of International Students (SY 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018), the BS Midwifery Program (introduced in 2014) continues to attract students from around the region and consistently obtains a laudable performance in the Midwifery Board with a number of its passers landing in top placements in the regional ranking (2017, 2018 and 2019) and the Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science remains among the most popular courses in the University which continues to produce globally competitive health professionals.

                To keep the College from advancing, submission for accreditation of its program offerings to the AACUP is seen indispensable. This has earned a Level II Accreditation Status for the three curricular programs offered by the College (BS Midwifery Program, Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science Program – now Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science, and the BSCHM Program) by the AACUP.  It as well helped in upgrading the faculty profile of the College, while at obtaining a Certificate of Program Compliance for the BMLS and the BS Midwifery Programs at the same time. As per recommendation of the Technical Panel of the CHED’s OPSD, the BSCHM Program is under the process of scrutiny for its conversion into Bachelor of Science in Emergency Health Services. 

                With the historic decisions made and the humble accomplishments obtained from past administration to present, the College of Health Sciences stays relentless in its quest of reaching greater heights in the service of humanity. Humbled by its achievements, it remains cohesive in upholding its goals and objectives, guided by its core values, in keeping phase with the UNP’s vision-mission.  The indelible mark of an effective leadership and a participative community seems to perpetuate the dynamic working environment that secures the College in its spot in terms of significance as a learning institution, not only in Northern Luzon, but in the global community.

Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science

(Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology)

(Level 2 Accredited by AACUP)

History of the BSMLS

                The Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science (BSMLS) program of the University of Northern Philippines is under the umbrella of the College of Health Sciences.  It was established in 2011 and its pioneer batch graduated in 2015.  Since its establishment, the program has produced more than 400 graduates, most of whom are employed in different hospital laboratories here and abroad.  Likewise, quite a number are pursuing further studies in public health, law and medicine.

Program Description

The Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science (BSMLS), formerly known as Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology (BSMT), is a four-year program consisting of general education and professional courses.  The fourth year level is the internship program of one year in a CHED-accredited training laboratory with rotational duties in different sections such as Clinical Chemistry, Hematology, Microbiology, Immunohematology (Blood Banking), Immunology and Serology, Urinalysis of Urine and other Body fluids (Clinical Microscopy), Parasitology, Histopathologic/Cytologic Techniques, and other emergent technologies.    

Program Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate technical competence in the performance of clinical laboratory tests in aid of diagnosis, treatment, and management of diseases vis-à-vis biosafety and waste management;
  2. Demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills in the workplace;
  3. Engage in the collection, analysis, and projection of health information for improving the health care management system;    
  4. Demonstrate interpersonal skills, leadership qualities, and ethical practice of the profession;
  5. Apply research skills in relevant areas of Medical Technology/Medical Laboratory Science practice;
  6. Participate in community-oriented activities;
  7. Engage in life-long learning activities (personal/continuing professional development); and
  8. Demonstrate effective teaching and communication skills.

Specific Professions/Careers/Occupations for Graduates:

  1. Registered Medical Technologists/Medical Laboratory Scientists
  2. Diagnostic Molecular Scientists
  3. Research Scientists
  4. Educators
  5. Diagnostic Product Specialists
  6. Public Health Practitioners
  7. Healthcare Leaders

An MT/MLS graduate may practice in the following fields:

  1. Public Health/Epidemiology
  2. Veterinary Laboratory Science
  3. Molecular Biology
  4. Nuclear Science or Nuclear Medicine
  5. Forensic Science
  6. Health Administration/Management
  7. Food and Industrial Microbiology

Core & Professional Subjects:

Chemistry (Inorganic, Organic, Qualitative, Quantitative, Biochemistry)

Principles of Medical Laboratory Science Practice (I & 2)

Health Information System for Med Lab Science

Biostatistics and Epidemiology

Principles and Strategies of Teaching Med Lab Science

Cytogenetics

Laboratory Management

Clinical Parasitology

Med Tech Laws and Bioethics

Clinical Chemistry (1 & 2)

Clinical Bacteriology

Analysis of Urine and Other Body Fluids

Hematology (1 & 2)

Histopathologic & Cytologic Techniques

Med Lab Science Research (1 & 2)

Immunology & Serology

Immunohematology (Blood Banking)

Mycology & Virology

Med Lab. Assessment (1 & 2)

Special Topics (1 & 2)

Clinical Internship (1 year)

The Faculty:

CARIAGA, Clarita M.                        Associate Professor

                                                                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

                                                                MA in Nursing ( Philippine College of Health Sciences, Inc.)

BERMIO, Joussie B.                          Associate Professor

BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

MATNg ( University of Northern Philippines)

EdD ( University of Northern Philippines)

BS Midwifery ( University of Northern Philippines )

CORPUZ, Alfredo V.                         BS Medical Technology (University of Baguio),

BS Nursing (Univ. of Northern Philippines),

B in Sacred Theology (Maryhill School of Theology),

Master of Science in Medical Technology (The Phil. Women’s Univ.)  Doctor of Public Health – on-going (Angeles University Foundation)

REOTUTAR, Amelia Jane P.           Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science (UNP),

                                                                MS Medical Technology – on-going (PWU)

CABATU, Amante P.                        BS Medical Technology (Saint Louis University),

Master of Public Administration (UNP),

Bachelor of Laws (UNP),

Doctor of Public Administration – on-going (UNP)

FLORENTINO, Carmela M.             BS Medical Technology (Univ. of Sto. Tomas),

                                                                MS in Teaching – Chemistry (UNP)

                                                                Doctor of Education (UNP)

MARTIN, Lilibeth                              BS Medical Technology (Far Eastern University),

                                                                MS in Management (Divine Word College),

                                                                PhD Management (Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University)

OLIDAN, Joyce                                   BS Medical Technology (Far Eastern University),

                                                                MS Hospital Administration (Our Lady of Fatima University),

                                                                Doctor of Medicine – on-going UNP

GALLARDO, Nigel Mikhail A.        Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science (UNP),

                                                                MS Medical Technology (PWU)

FILARCA, Mary Alexis T.                 BS Medical Technology (UB),

                                                                Master of Public Health (Urdaneta City University)

GARCIA, Roselle P.                           Bachelor in Med Lab Science (UNP),

                                                                Master of Public Health – on-going (UCU)

REYES, Rods Anthony T.                 Bachelor in Med Lab Science (UNP),

                                                                Master of Public Health – on-going (UCU)

AVERO, Ace Danielle C.                  Bachelor in Med Lab Science (UNP),

                                                                Master of Public Health – on-going (UCU)

QUILANA, Paul Erman T.                Bachelor in Med Lab Science (UNP),

                                                                Master of Public Health – on-going (UCU)

SANTOS, John Michaelle                Bachelor in Med Lab Science (UNP),

                                                                Doctor of Medicine – on-going (UNP)

CASTILLO, Fitz Gerald P.                 Bachelor in Med Lab Science (UNP),

                                                                HIV Proficient Med Tech.

ESGUERRA, Pauline Joyce             Bachelor in Med Lab Science (UNP)

GALACGAC, Mica Mae                   Bachelor in Med Lab Science (SLU)

ABULENCIA, Ashley Christine      Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology (FEU)

Admission Requirements:

  1. Duly accomplished application form;
  2. Form 138 (original and photocopy), General Average must be 85 and higher; Science and Math grades must be 85 and higher; preferably a graduate of the STEM strand;
  3. PSA Certificate (original and photocopy);
  4. 2 Recommendation letters (from the principal and former teacher);
  5. Certificate of Good Moral Character (from HS Guidance office);
  6. 4 pcs passport-sized colored pictures;

** Place all documents in a long brown envelope and submit to the University Admission Office/University Testing Center.

Contact Us:

ALFREDO V. CORPUZ, RMT, MSc (Program Head)

alfredovcorpuz@yahoo.com

09178536881

Bachelor of Science in Community Health Management

 (Level 2 Accredited)

History of the BSCHM

                The Community Health Management Curriculum was approved by UNP Board Resolution No. 73 series of 1992.

                The courses approved to be offered by the college are the following:

                                1st Year – Paramedics

                                2nd Year – Midwifery

                                3rd Year – Advanced Paramedics

                                4th Year – BS Nursing & Community Health Management

However, there were no enrollees in the BS Community Health Management Program because the BS Nursing Laderrized was the preferred course during that time.

It was only in the 2014 that there were enrollees and the first batch graduated 2018.

However, the college adopted the Multi-Tract Step ladder Medical Program which was approved by the Board of Regents by virtue of Board Resolution No. 41 series of 1997 during the first regular meeting on May 6, 1997 at DECS Complex, Meralco Avenue, Ortingas, Pasig, City.

Level I – Health Aide

Level II – Associate in Health Science Education

Level III – Midwifery

Level IV – BS Nursing

Level V-VIII – Doctor of Medicine

                Board Resolution No. 41 series 1997 – Applied in 2011-2012

                                Level III –IV – BS Nursing/ BS Community Health Management

                                Level II – Midwifery

                                Level I – Caregiving and Health Care Services

                2014

  • Stopped BS Nursing by Commission on Higher Education           
    • Offered BS Midwifery
    • Offered BSCHM straight program

Courses

                Level I – Health Aide

                Level II – Emergency Medical Responder

                Level III – Emergency Medical Technician

                Level IV – BS Community Health Management

The program successfully obtained its Level II Accreditation Status by the AACCUP held on October 2-4, 2018.

In addition, the Emergency Medical Technician students also take their National Certificate in Emergency Medical Services (NC II in EMS) by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) before proceeding to the 4th Level. Oath taking Ceremony of the certified EMT is also conducted.

The programs also consist of trained Faculty in EMS who are certified by TESDA. Likewise, the students are also required to take the Civil Service Examination before graduation.

Both the students and faculty are able to attend extensive training like Basic Water and High Angle Rescue Training, EMT-Basic, EMR and others.

The BSCHM faculty members also served as trainors during Basic First Aid, Basic Life Support  and Basic Rescue Training.  

Program Description

The degree Bachelor of Science in Community Health Management is a laderrized and innovative program to equip the students with adequate competencies per year level of the ladder to manage a health care facility and to address any emergency situations.

First Year             –            Certificate in Health Aid

Second Year       –            Certificate in Emergency Medical Responder

Third Year            –             Certificate in Emergency Medical Technician

Fourth Year         –             Diploma in Bachelor of Science in Community Health Management

Program Outcomes

To produce competent graduates who can:

  1. Provide quality health services in time of emergency, calamity and disaster.
  2. Can work collaboratively and ethically in local and global settings.
  3. Can be a competent human health resource.
  4. Design with clients (i.e., individual, family, community) education programs to address health and health-related concerns.
  5. Work effectively in collaboration with inter-, intra- multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams. 
  6. Engage in a lifelong learning with passion to keep current with national and global development in general and health development in particular.
  7. Demonstrate high enthusiasm on the conduct of researches and their utilization.
  8. Initiate transfer of skills to clientele.
  9. Demonstrate responsible citizenship and pride of being a Filipino health-care provider.
  10. Integrate ethico-moral values and legal principles in professional practice.

Courses

                General Education: 77 units

                Professional/Core Courses:

Ana 101                Human Anatomy & Physiology

PH 101 DOH Programs, Primary Health Care & Health Issues, Policies & Laws

                Nutri 101              Nutrition & Dietetics

                PH 102                  Environment and Community Health Care, Epidemiology

& Communicable Disease

Strat                      Teaching Strategies in Health Profession

GAD                       Gender and Development

Pharma                 Basic Pharmacology

BLS                         Basic Life Support

RS 199a                 Introduction to Research

Patho 101            Pathophysiology

ACLS                      Advanced Cardiac Life Support

RS 199b                Thesis Writing

CHM 100             Foundations of Heath Care 1

CHM 101              Foundations of Health Care 2

CHM 102              Basic First Aid & Life Saving

CHM 103              Intro to Emergency Medical Services & Disaster Planning& Response 3

                CHM 104              Emergency Scene and Casualty Management

                CHM 105              Basic Ambulance Operations

                CHM 106              Emergency Maternal and Child Care

                CHM 107              Leadership and Human Resource Management

                CHM 108              Family and Community Health Management

(Community Organizing w/ Development, Financial

Management and Project Management)

                CHM 109              Health Services and Public Administration

                CHM 110              Jurisprudence

                CHM 111              Competency Appraisal

CW 101                 Clinical Work 1

CW 102                 Clinical Work 2

CW 103                 Clinical Work 3

CW 104                 Clinical Work 4

CW 105                 Clinical Work 5

CW 106                 Clinical Work 6

CW 107                 Clinical Work 7

CW 108                 Clinical Work 8

Faculty

NAME: CARIAGA, Clarita M.

Academic Rank: Associate Professor

Degree finished/Institution: BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

                                                        MA in Nursing ( Philippine College of Health Sciences, Inc.)

NAME: BERMIO, Joussie B.

Academic Rank: Associate Professor

Degree finished/Institution: BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

        MATNg ( University of Northern Philippines)

        EdD ( University of Northern Philippines)

        BS Midwifery ( University of Northern Philippines )

NAME:  AQUINO, Maria Yolanda R.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor III

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  RIOS, Rebecca N.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  ALCAUSIN, Ma. Cristina R.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  ANCHETA, Ivy Charmaine

Academic Rank:  Instructor 1

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  ARIZALA, Mark Christian R.

Academic Rank:  Instructor III

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  BAUTISTA, Leila Sylvia F.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor IV

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  CORPUZ, Ruth Regina B.

Academic Rank:  Instructor 1

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  DARISAN, Lorena T.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  DAVID, Karen B.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor II

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

                                                        BSED uniting – University of Northern Philippines

        Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  DE LA CRUZ, Venerand F.

Academic Rank:  Instructor 1

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

        Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  GERONA, Irene Melanie V.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor 1

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         BS Biology – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  GONZALES, Almira A.

Academic Rank:  Instructor 1

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

                                                        BSED uniting – University of Northern Philippines

        Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  QUILANA, Greg P.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  RAFANAN, Evelyn A.

Academic Rank:  Assistant Professor

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  UNCIANO, Jose C.

Academic Rank:  Instructor 1

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  VELASCO, Adora M.

Academic Rank:  Instructor 1

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

NAME:  VISTE, Vincent

Academic Rank:  Instructor 1

Degree finished/Institution:  Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

         Master of Arts in Nursing – University of Northern Philippines

Admission Requirements

  1. General Weighted Average of 80% and above
  2. General Averare in Science subject is 80%

Contact Us:

MARIA YOLANDA R. AQUINO, MAN, EMT (Program Head)

Yolaquino0315@gmail.com

09778403535

Bachelor of Science in Midwifery

History of BS Midwifery

                The Bachelor of Science in Midwifery is under the umbrella of the College of Health Sciences. It started as part of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Ladderized in 1992 as Diploma in Midwifery. The BS Midwifery degree program started in the year 2014. The first graduates graduated in 2018. The program has produced topnotchers in the Midwifery Licensure Examination both in Regional and National. Most of its graduates are already employed in the different healthcare facilities here in the Philippines and abroad.

 Program Description

                The Bachelor of Science in Midwifery is a laderrized degree program, in which, the Diploma in Midwifery is awarded to the student after complying the prescribed requirements within the first 2 years , and the degree Bachelor of Science in Midwifery is conferred after finishing the requirements for 3rd and 4th year level. Professional subjects are threaded through from 1st year to 4th year emphasizing on midwifery concepts with clinical practicum. The clinical practicum will further enhance the competencies to ensure achievement of the BSM program outcomes. This will enable the competent management of BEmONC Center that efficiently delivers the MNCHN program of the DOH, in any setting. The program aims to produce competent and dedicated midwives guided by the core values of professionalism, ethics and creativity.

Program Outcomes

A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Midwifery ( Ladderized) should be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge, attitude and skills of midwives in the care of women prior to, during, and after pregnancy.
  2. Perform primary health care services.
  3. Maintain complete, accurate and timely documentation of client care.
  4. Communicate effectively with clients across all levels.
  5. Work with family and community in organizing and mobilizing towards health and human development.
  6. Demonstrate gender and cultural sensitivity in dealing with clients.
  7. Participate in professional growth and development activities for lifelong learning.
  8. Practice midwifery in accordance with existing laws and legislations, ethics and moral principles.
  9. Conduct research studies and activities for the enhancement of midwifery knowledge.
  10. Demonstrate acceptable level of competence as a health care provider, educator, supervisor, and health care facility manager/entrepreneur.

Courses

                General Education: 35 Units ( For Graduate in Midwifery)

                                                         29 Units ( For BSM 3rd & 4th Year)

                Professional/Specialization Courses: 

M 100:  Foundation Midwifery Practice

M 101:  Midwifery 101 ( Normal OB, Immediate Care of the Newborn)

M 102:  Midwifery 102 ( Pathologic OB, Basic Gynecology, Family Planning Technology, Care of Infants and Feeding)

M 103:  Midwifery 103 ( Professional Growth and Development with Bioethics)

M 104: Midwifery 104 ( Clinical Management-OB Emergencies, High Risk Pregnancy Management )

                                M Pharma:  Midwifery Pharmacology

                                CHM 101:   Community Health Service Management

                                M105: Midwifery 105 ( Comprehensive Family Planning)

                                ME 101 : Midwifery Entrepreneurship

                                ECC 101:  Early Childhood Care

                                M 106:  Midwifery 106 ( Administration and Supervision)

                                Elec 102 : Midwifery Major

Faculty

  1. CARIAGA, Clarita M.

                Associate Professor

                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

                MA in Nursing ( Philippine College of Health Sciences, Inc.)

  • BERMIO, Joussie B.

Associate Professor

BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

MATNg ( University of Northern Philippines)

EdD ( University of Northern Philippines)

BS Midwifery ( University of Northern Philippines )

  • BASCONCILLO, Lowie Lynette Q.

Assistant Professor

BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

BSed Uniting ( University of Northern Philippines )

BS Midwifery ( University of Northern Philippines )

  • PALOMARES,  Geraldine A.

                Instructor

                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines )

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

BSed Uniting ( University of Northern Philippines )

  • AGAD, Vonnavic R.

Instructor

BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines )

  • ANCHETA, Ivy Charmaine S.

Instructor

BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

  • DE PERALTA, Gerald Caezar R.

                Assistant Professor

                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

                MATNg ( University of Northern Philippines )

                EdD ( University of Northern Philippines )

                BSed Uniting  ( University of Northern Philippines )

  • DELA CRUZ, Venerand F.

                Instructor

                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines )

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

BSed Uniting ( University of Northern Philippines

  • GERONA, Melanie Irene V.

                Assistant Professor

                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

                BS Biology ( University of Northern Philippines)

  1. RODILLAS, Fe R.

                Assistant Professor

                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines )

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

EdD ( University of Northern Philippines )

BSed Uniting ( University of Northern Philippines )

  1. SAVELLA, Marlou R.

                Associate Professor

                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines )

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

DPA ( University of Northern Philippines )

  1. SOLIVEN, Teodora Rita R.

                Assistant Professor

                BS Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines )

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

  1. TAMAYO, Romelia P.

                Assistant Professor

                BS Nursing  Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines )

MA in Nursing ( University of Northern Philippines)

EdD ( University of Northern Philippines )

Admission Requirements

  1. Must be a graduate of the K-12 curriculum
  2. Must have a general weighted average of 80% and above
  3. Must have a general average in Science subjects of 80% and above
  4. Must have an National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) average of 15% and above
  5. Must undergo the following laboratory examinations:
  • CBC
    • Urinalysis
    • HBsAG
  • Fecalysis
  • Chest x-ray

Contact Us:

LOWIE LYENETTE Q. BASCONCILLO, MAN

lowielynette@yahoo.com