The recent recognition of Jose Maria College Foundation, Inc. (JMCFI) by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) for its Doctor of Medicine program marks a milestone achievement for the college. The recognition underscores the institution’s dedication to providing high-quality education to its students and its commitment to academic excellence.
JMCFI’s Doctor of Medicine program is designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and values needed to become competent and compassionate medical professionals. The program integrates theoretical and practical components, ensuring that students receive a well-rounded education that prepares them for the demands of the medical field.
The CHED recognition is evidence of the hard work and dedication of the faculty and staff of JMCFI. The recognition process involved a rigorous assessment of the college’s academic programs and facilities, including faculty qualifications, curriculum, research output, and support services for students.
JMCFI’s School Administrator, Ms. Rosemarie N. Dimagnaong, expressed her appreciation to CHED for acknowledging the college’s efforts in providing quality medical education. She also emphasized the importance of the recognition, as it enables JMCFI’s graduates to pursue their medical careers and contribute to the country’s healthcare system.
School President Dr. Felix C. Chavez, Jr., also expressed his gratitude to CHED and his pride in the college’s achievement. He acknowledged the efforts of the college’s faculty and staff, who have worked tirelessly to ensure that JMCFI maintains its reputation as a leading institution in the medical field.
The recognition also serves as a motivation for JMCFI to continue its pursuit of academic excellence and its commitment to providing quality education to its students. With JMCFI’s Doctor of Medicine program now fully recognized by the Philippine government, its graduates have the opportunity to practice medicine in the country and pursue further education and training in the field.