PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA
Established in February 5, 1975
Established in 1975 with proven Quality Education;The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA (UPHSD) has attracted intelligent minds from all across the globe to experience world class education. Perpetual help system DALTA believes in creating “Academic Excellence” and “World Top Professionals”. This is a benchmark of choice for education, hospitality, discovery, creativity and innovation.
This is one of the higly recognized university in the Philippines which has 3 major campuses in Las Pinas, Molino, and Calamba. The Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Philippines in 1997 granted deregulated status (equivalent to Autonomous Status) to University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, Manila, Philippines. This 42 year old instituation has over 20,000 students complemented by more than 1000 faculty and support staff.
Our Chairman of the board Dr.Antonio L. Tamayo holds a Masters degree in Hospital Administration from George Washington University and a Ph.D in Organizational Development. Vice Chairman Dr.Daisy Moran Tamayo, Masters in Nursing from New York University, USA & Ph.D in Organization Development.
University of Perpetual Help System Dalta (UPHSD) has been providing world class education across the globe for more than 40 years . Perpetual Help System Data is also about creating high quality education to make the students more competent and accomplished professionals so that they get employed not only in Philippines but also other parts of the country.Our experience in the past forty years have allowed us to focus on the overall development of our students starting from character building to mastery of skills, thus creating a platform for our graduates to get ahead in their careers.
Benefits of the University of Perpetual Help:
- Our students are surrounded in an enviornment of dedicated and highly qualified faculty from Harvard, University of London, UCLA, UC Davis, UP, UST, De La Salle, PLM, FEU, etc. with masteral and doctoral degrees in education, epidemiology, and the social sciences.
- Continous reviewing and feedback is given on all Medical Boards Exams for graduates
- Mentoring Program available for all students
- Students are also exposed and given rigourous training for interschool debates, quiz shows, and research competitions.
- Regular Parents-faculty meetings and interactions are conducted
- The University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center (UPHDMC) facilitates interships
- A placement office at the UPHDMC helps the medical graduate to seek opportunity to work abroad
- 100% pass rate in USMLE
Best in class Equipments
Equipped with modernized classrooms and latest equipment to groom our students state
Spread over four hectares the campus is high-tech and well- equipped to meet the changing needs of learning and research
Harivelle Charmaine T.Hernando
Dean, School of Medicine
During the past two decades, important changes have occurred in medical practice that has critical implications in medical education. As an example, concerns about the cost of medical care have led to major changes in organization, financing and delivery of medical care services. as a result, physicians now entering practice are expected to be able to Provide high quality care in an efficient and cost-effective manner; to be skilled at accessing, managing using electronically – stored information in clinical decision-making and to understand the population — health dimensions of providing care to individual patients.
Society’s expectation of medicine has also changed. People now expect doctors to communicate clearly with them and their families, respect them as persons and honor their wishes about their care, and still continue to care for them even when treatment is no longer indicated or desirable.
The goal of medical education is to provide medical students with a general professional education that will ensure opportunities to develop a strong foundation in knowledge, skills, and attitude required for clinical practice. With the Outcomes-Based Education, the Jonelta Foundation also a disaster-prepared practitioner. To achieve this goal, the content of the curriculum has been aligned with evolving societal needs, practice patterns and scientific developments. Disaster-preparedness has also been incorporated in courses where it is relevant. My article on JFSM’s story on Curriculum focused on how the Curriculum has evolved from the traditional Flexner type to hybrid one Incorporating problem-Base features, to the competency-based curriculum, transitioning to the outcomes-Based Education. The curriculum reforms described have set the stage for making fundamental changes that will ensure our JFSM graduate to properly practice medicine in the 21st century.
As we celebrate 20 years of JFSM’s existence, much has changed from leadership, curriculum and instruction, physical resource and library facilities, faculty and students, organization and panning, research and community involvement, clinic exposure and global connections. The JFSM graduate of today is not only locally responsive but also globally competitive.
Congratulations to all!
THE EDUCATION OF JFSM STUDENTS:
OUR STORY OF CURRICULUM CHANGE
Harivelle Charmaine T. Hernando, MD, PhD
Are you aiming at pursuing quality medical education? How far would you venture to fulfill your lifelong dream? If Medicine is You Passion and Becoming a Doctor is Your Dream, Then It’s Time You Think becoming a medical doctor. Want to study MBBS in abroad but have many questions on your mind?
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