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#1 RNRMTMD

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 11:13 PM

University of Perpetual Help Jonelta Foundation School of Medicine

Practically speaking mas mura ang tuition dito DAW around 60K per sem lang compared sa ibang med school na umaabot ng 80-100k per sem, OMG ang hirap ng buhay ngayon....

Base Hospital: The newly renovated UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP DALTA MEDICAL CENTER - las Piņas City

Minsan na akong nakapunta sa hospital na ito at masasabi kong isa na sa pinakamaganda in terms of facilities na meron ang isang tertiary hospital.... Actually mga Indians DAW ngayon ang nagmemed dito mostly, mas madaming Indians keysa Filipinos...

NO NMAT CUT OFF, NO REQUIRED ADDITIONAL UNITS basta graduate ka ng natural/health sciences degree...

Promise mganda ang hospital nila......pwede compare sa St.Lukes, Makati Med, Asian at Medical City...

Mura Pa!

#2 Babin08

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Posted 29 October 2009 - 02:58 AM

Yup! I second emoticons haha!

from what i heard sa "kakilala" kong grad as first batch dun, business man daw kasi ang may ari kaya di raw tlga strict, basta as long as you can make the sound of "katching!!!" Ok ka na! which is not really that hard compared sa ibang schools dahil mas mura

I also thought about that school actually, but the thing is, 60k na tuition plus ipang do-dorm ko at araw araw na cost of living,... mas mapapamahal parin ako. kya dito lang tlga sa manila ang mga naka set na options ko.

But to those na malapit or mas feacible na sa las pinas mag study, GO! GO! GO! na talaga kayo rito.

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Posted 30 October 2009 - 09:34 AM

^ True. Magaling din ang professors dito. Mostly Indian students.

Mababa nga lang ang board passing rate nila.

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Posted 30 October 2009 - 09:39 AM

^ True. Magaling din ang professors dito. Mostly Indian students.

Mababa nga lang ang board passing rate nila.


Nasa estudyante na siguro yun..... :laugh2:

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Posted 30 October 2009 - 12:10 PM

^ True. Magaling din ang professors dito. Mostly Indian students.

Mababa nga lang ang board passing rate nila.


Nasa estudyante na siguro yun..... :laugh2:


Nasa school yun... :)

#6 Babin08

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Posted 30 October 2009 - 12:15 PM

^ True. Magaling din ang professors dito. Mostly Indian students.

Mababa nga lang ang board passing rate nila.


Nasa estudyante na siguro yun..... :laugh2:


Nasa school yun... :)


Well... kanya kanya naman siguro tayo ng perspective when it goes down to that arguement

Hati kasi eh, may mga pumapasa, may mga bumabagsak

its not the schools fault naman siguro kung di nag aral yung student. at di rin naman all glory to the school if otherwise di ba

bandang huli, nasasa ating mga students padin ang deciding factor

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 12:08 AM

para sakin nasa student pa din yun kung papasa ka sa board...at hindi sa school....


opinyon lang.

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 12:41 AM

i have to agree with babin08..

im also considering this med school due to the proximity of this to my house.. ^_^

Godbless to you guys! :D

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 03:16 AM

^ True. Magaling din ang professors dito. Mostly Indian students.

Mababa nga lang ang board passing rate nila.


Nasa estudyante na siguro yun..... :laugh2:


Nasa school yun... :)


Yes nasa student din yun pero kung yung school naman eh hindi nagtuturo ng maayos then wala talaga. I heard din kasi sa mga batch mates ko sa ibang schools na yung mga prof daw hindi nagtuturo. Pero kung maganda nga turo pero wala naman kwenta student wala din. hehe

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 05:07 AM

Ako naman kapit-bahay ko lang ang University of Perpetual Help-Laguna, 3 mins away lang sa house... Pwede nga lakarin..
Hindi ko lang siya kino-consider as school of choice kasi ang lapit masyado sa house(So lame reason...)

Kung sa Region IV ang De La Salle University Medical Center ang "largest hospital", siguro ang UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical Center, Binan ang "Most equipped" at "highly advanced," Impressive talaga yung facilities nila, in fact level IV ang binigay na license sa kanila ng DOH.

When it comes to their med school, ang kakulangan siguro nang school ay ang mga full-time faculty, kasi ang mga prof nila mostly part-time lecturers lang kaya hindi masyadong priority ang teaching.

I also believe na nasa student din talaga kung papasa sila or hindi. Kasi kahit mababa ang passing rate ng UPH-Binan, nakaka-produce sila ng topnotchers.

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 06:07 AM

^ True. Magaling din ang professors dito. Mostly Indian students.

Mababa nga lang ang board passing rate nila.


Nasa estudyante na siguro yun..... :laugh2:


Nasa school yun... :)


Yes nasa student din yun pero kung yung school naman eh hindi nagtuturo ng maayos then wala talaga. I heard din kasi sa mga batch mates ko sa ibang schools na yung mga prof daw hindi nagtuturo. Pero kung maganda nga turo pero wala naman kwenta student wala din. hehe


Ang unfair naman nun! mahal mahal ng tuition fee tpos ganun lang....

pero di porke't di nag turo ang proff di na tyo mag aaral dba...

part natin yun eh, lalo na sa mga PBL schools

pero sobrang nakakainis tlga pag ganyunan ha.....

pahirapan pumasok, mahal ang tuition, tpos no sipot ang prof?! welga welga welga!!!!

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Posted 31 October 2009 - 09:38 PM

siguro ang UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical Center, Binan ang "Most equipped" at "highly advanced," Impressive talaga yung facilities nila, in fact level IV ang binigay na license sa kanila ng DOH.

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nakapunta ka na ba sa UPHDMC- las Pinas.........then compare from binan.....


mas ok ang las pinas ..mas mpressive

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 02:04 AM

siguro ang UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical Center, Binan ang "Most equipped" at "highly advanced," Impressive talaga yung facilities nila, in fact level IV ang binigay na license sa kanila ng DOH.


Level IV hospital?

#14 RadTechMD

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 08:58 AM

siguro ang UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical Center, Binan ang "Most equipped" at "highly advanced," Impressive talaga yung facilities nila, in fact level IV ang binigay na license sa kanila ng DOH.

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nakapunta ka na ba sa UPHDMC- las Pinas.........then compare from binan.....


mas ok ang las pinas ..mas mpressive

I'm only pertaining to Region IV.
Yes. I've been there... Sa interiors mas OK ang Las Pinas, meron din silang equipment na wala sa Binan.
Same holds true in Binan ex. Yung Linac-External Beam Radiation Therapy Machine nila digital, compare sa Las Pinas na conventional.
Pati mas kilala ang Las Pinas kasi nasa Metro Manila sya.

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 08:59 AM

@ kirk_elemental
Sorry hindi ko na-elaborate masyado.
The DOH granted Level IV category license on their diagnostic and therapy facilities.
That means meron ang Perps ng mga highly specialized equipment.

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 09:14 AM

The DOH granted Level IV category license on their diagnostic and therapy facilities.
That means meron ang Perps ng mga highly specialized equipment.


What categorization is this? Hospital leveling? Sorry if I'm curious in asking. First time I heard of a Level IV hospital.

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 07:17 PM

The DOH granted Level IV category license on their diagnostic and therapy facilities.
That means meron ang Perps ng mga highly specialized equipment.


What categorization is this? Hospital leveling? Sorry if I'm curious in asking. First time I heard of a Level IV hospital.

It is a license-to-operate for the hospital equipments, you can see this license within the laboratory, radiology, etc.

For example:
*In Binan Community Hospital, I saw this kind of license hung in the wall of their laboratory and x-ray departments, its states "Level II category"

*When you pass by Asian Hospital & Med Canter, you will also notice this kind of license placed within the reception area of Radiology(where I am currently working) and Pathology labroratory. It states "Level III category"

*For Perpetual Help Binan, you can locate this license inside the Chief Radiologic Tech(1 in Radiology & another in Radiation Oncology dept) and Chief Medical Tech office. It states "Level IV category"

Maybe, magtataka kayo why "Asian Hospital is only Level III, while Perpetual is Level IV?" It is because Perpetual-Binan invested more on specialized medical equipment, not much on improvement of thier services and infrastructures.

In fact, bago ako nag-apply as Radiologic Technologist sa Asian Hospital, una kong pinuntahan ang Perps Binan kasi may bago silang machine-Linear Accelerator(external beam radiation treatment for patients with cancer), unfortunately, kumpleto na sila ng mga Rad Tech's for this department. The Chief Rad Tech for this department told me that the said machine costs a whopping 2,000,000 US$. Asian Hospital does not have this kind of machine yet. Maybe it is one of the reason why "Level IV category" ang license nila. :cool:

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 08:03 PM

The DOH granted Level IV category license on their diagnostic and therapy facilities.
That means meron ang Perps ng mga highly specialized equipment.


What categorization is this? Hospital leveling? Sorry if I'm curious in asking. First time I heard of a Level IV hospital.

It is a license-to-operate for the hospital equipments, you can see this license within the laboratory, radiology, etc.

For example:
*In Binan Community Hospital, I saw this kind of license hung in the wall of their laboratory and x-ray departments, its states "Level II category"

*When you pass by Asian Hospital & Med Canter, you will also notice this kind of license placed within the reception area of Radiology(where I am currently working) and Pathology labroratory. It states "Level III category"

*For Perpetual Help Binan, you can locate this license inside the Chief Radiologic Tech(1 in Radiology & another in Radiation Oncology dept) and Chief Medical Tech office. It states "Level IV category"

Maybe, magtataka kayo why "Asian Hospital is only Level III, while Perpetual is Level IV?" It is because Perpetual-Binan invested more on specialized medical equipment, not much on improvement of thier services and infrastructures.

In fact, bago ako nag-apply as Radiologic Technologist sa Asian Hospital, una kong pinuntahan ang Perps Binan kasi may bago silang machine-Linear Accelerator(external beam radiation treatment for patients with cancer), unfortunately, kumpleto na sila ng mga Rad Tech's for this department. The Chief Rad Tech for this department told me that the said machine costs a whopping 2,000,000 US$. Asian Hospital does not have this kind of machine yet. Maybe it is one of the reason why "Level IV category" ang license nila. :cool:


Ahh so it's only for Radiology department. I wonder what level Medical City is.

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 08:28 PM

The DOH granted Level IV category license on their diagnostic and therapy facilities.
That means meron ang Perps ng mga highly specialized equipment.


What categorization is this? Hospital leveling? Sorry if I'm curious in asking. First time I heard of a Level IV hospital.

It is a license-to-operate for the hospital equipments, you can see this license within the laboratory, radiology, etc.

For example:
*In Binan Community Hospital, I saw this kind of license hung in the wall of their laboratory and x-ray departments, its states "Level II category"

*When you pass by Asian Hospital & Med Canter, you will also notice this kind of license placed within the reception area of Radiology(where I am currently working) and Pathology labroratory. It states "Level III category"

*For Perpetual Help Binan, you can locate this license inside the Chief Radiologic Tech(1 in Radiology & another in Radiation Oncology dept) and Chief Medical Tech office. It states "Level IV category"

Maybe, magtataka kayo why "Asian Hospital is only Level III, while Perpetual is Level IV?" It is because Perpetual-Binan invested more on specialized medical equipment, not much on improvement of thier services and infrastructures.

In fact, bago ako nag-apply as Radiologic Technologist sa Asian Hospital, una kong pinuntahan ang Perps Binan kasi may bago silang machine-Linear Accelerator(external beam radiation treatment for patients with cancer), unfortunately, kumpleto na sila ng mga Rad Tech's for this department. The Chief Rad Tech for this department told me that the said machine costs a whopping 2,000,000 US$. Asian Hospital does not have this kind of machine yet. Maybe it is one of the reason why "Level IV category" ang license nila. :cool:


Ahh so it's only for Radiology department. I wonder what level Medical City is.

It also covers the laboratory and other specialized services in the hospital like shockwave lithotripsy, rehab equipments and the like...
The Medical City is probably Level IV, meron din kasi silang Linear Accelerator(Linac) & Brachytherapy like Perpetual, Nuclear medicine, etc...

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Posted 02 November 2009 - 02:00 AM

oo maganda nga ang perps na hospital jan. haha. hotel na hospital.. lol. mas maganda nga kesa sa amin eh. haha,..

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Posted 02 November 2009 - 10:55 AM

:offtopic: i never knew that.. impressive pala ang rad dept ng UPH - B.. thanks sa info.. :)

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Posted 02 November 2009 - 02:44 PM

:offtopic: i never knew that.. impressive pala ang rad dept ng UPH - B.. thanks sa info.. :)

Oo hahaha! Ako rin! Decieving kasi yung exteriors ng Perps, parang walang pintura yung labas... Pero magugulat ka sa loob kasi ang gaganda ng facilities. Though, napaka-lapit ko lang sa Perps Binan, last year ko lang na-libot yung hospital nila... Astig sa facilities and rooms are very nice(push button din yung mga bed like in Asian Hosp)...

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Posted 02 November 2009 - 03:24 PM

@ RadTechMD;

Sa Asian ka pala nag wo-work!

if you happen to know Mia Sandico, OR nurse sya Asian. previews classmate ko sya sa uste hahaha..... sya nag bigay sakin ng palayaw na Babin! :lol:

paki kamusta nalang poh... ^_^

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 02:39 AM

@Babin08

Previews? ahaha sori na.

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 09:41 AM

@ RadTechMD;

Sa Asian ka pala nag wo-work!

if you happen to know Mia Sandico, OR nurse sya Asian. previews classmate ko sya sa uste hahaha..... sya nag bigay sakin ng palayaw na Babin! :lol:

paki kamusta nalang poh... ^_^

Yep dun po ako nagwo-work.

Chinita ba siya? Yung maputi? Hindi ko kasi sila kilala sa first name eh.. Sige 'pag may naka-sched na open reduction bukas, ako na lang ang aakyat ng OR, den ipagtatanong ko siya.

Basta wag lang yung Ortho surgeon na minura ako ang magre-reduce(napagbuntungan lang... nabasag kasi yung buto lalo, imbes na ma-reduce kaya sobra inis niya. :flaming: . Minura na lang ako bigla tapos sabi "Kaya ako nagtatagal dahil sayo!" :crazy: ). Traumatic! :closedeyes:

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Posted 05 November 2009 - 01:15 AM

hello po, planning to go to medskul nxt yr and 1st choice ko talaga is UPHR las pinas kasi siya ang pinakamalapit na medskul samin. m already married w/ 2 kids so mas ok kung malapit na skul ang pipiliin ko so il stil have kahit konting time for my family. i tried to inquire by phone last june kasi hahabol sana ko. medyo intimidating at first un nkausap ko sa office but the main thing she asked and always emphasized is who's going to finance my studies and she asked me questions about my hubby's work, my parents' work etc, as if investigating if i'm financially capable. after i "convinced" her that i am, bumait na siya tapos pinapapunta na ko the following day. magdala daw ako ng atleast 60k for the tuition plus 10k "donation" which is compulsory. (may donation bang compulsory? hehe!) neway, d ako nakapunta kasi di ako pinayagan ng husband ko. i just gave birth via c-section kasi last wk of May tapos pasok na ko medskul by June. masyado pa daw maliit baby namin to be left with a yaya. so hopefully by june 2010, go na ko. ive been hearing a lot of negative comments about UPHR's college of med like absent daw lagi mga profs, pabaya daw ang college sa mga students nila, etc. pero i still plan to go there kasi nga malapit at mura2 tuition. i believe din kasi na mas malaking factor and student attitude kesa sa school. btw, i also saw the newly renovated hospital, maganda talaga siya! i also have friends from UPHR med who are now clerks, positive naman sinasabi nila, syempre love your own. hehe! if there's anyone here who has ideas about UPHR las pinas, please enlighten me... tnx!

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Posted 05 November 2009 - 09:30 AM

hello po, planning to go to medskul nxt yr and 1st choice ko talaga is UPHR las pinas kasi siya ang pinakamalapit na medskul samin. m already married w/ 2 kids so mas ok kung malapit na skul ang pipiliin ko so il stil have kahit konting time for my family. i tried to inquire by phone last june kasi hahabol sana ko. medyo intimidating at first un nkausap ko sa office but the main thing she asked and always emphasized is who's going to finance my studies and she asked me questions about my hubby's work, my parents' work etc, as if investigating if i'm financially capable. after i "convinced" her that i am, bumait na siya tapos pinapapunta na ko the following day. magdala daw ako ng atleast 60k for the tuition plus 10k "donation" which is compulsory. (may donation bang compulsory? hehe!) neway, d ako nakapunta kasi di ako pinayagan ng husband ko. i just gave birth via c-section kasi last wk of May tapos pasok na ko medskul by June. masyado pa daw maliit baby namin to be left with a yaya. so hopefully by june 2010, go na ko. ive been hearing a lot of negative comments about UPHR's college of med like absent daw lagi mga profs, pabaya daw ang college sa mga students nila, etc. pero i still plan to go there kasi nga malapit at mura2 tuition. i believe din kasi na mas malaking factor and student attitude kesa sa school. btw, i also saw the newly renovated hospital, maganda talaga siya! i also have friends from UPHR med who are now clerks, positive naman sinasabi nila, syempre love your own. hehe! if there's anyone here who has ideas about UPHR las pinas, please enlighten me... tnx!


Haha! Kelangan pala ico-convince mo muna na may pang bayad ka para i-entertain ka nila...

Ganoon na nga ang malaking problema sa Perps-Medicine(both Rizal and Binan) most of their faculty were only part-time, mas priority nila yung hospital work nila kesa teaching (Because mababa ang per hour rate ng compensation nila compare to other med schools) Kaya doble-kayod ka sa pag babasa...

Pero nasa sipag din yun ng student... Kasi yung passing rate ng Perps, about 20%+ lang pero nakakapag-produce sila ng topnotchers(in Binan). Yung student na yun ay hindi naman daw gaanong ka talino pero masipag daw talagang mag-aral. Kaya I believe nasa student talaga yung malaking factor.

You should weigh the pros and cons first before ka pumasok sa isang med school. If you think you can manage both your studies and family kapag sa Perps ka nag-med, then go for it. Pero kung may mag-aalaga naman ng baby mo, why not try other med schools. At the end of the day magiging MD ka pa rin.

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Posted 05 November 2009 - 08:00 PM

@ radtechmd : nice insight! :goodpost:

@ tinrn : :iagree: with radtechmd..
considering you already have a family..
its better to enter in a school near your home..
eventhough its really difficult when your doing your med studies..
nothing can replace the moment you share with your family specially with your children.. :)
i also have a friend in UPHR.. ok naman ang feedback nia skn..
yung nga lang ung freshman ngaun.. puro mga indians..
kung san ka man mag aral or magtapos.. bsta matapos mo.. MD ka pa din.. ^_^

ingats nlng lagi.. Godbles.. ^_^ and gudluck satin! :D

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Posted 05 November 2009 - 10:57 PM

hello po, planning to go to medskul nxt yr and 1st choice ko talaga is UPHR las pinas kasi siya ang pinakamalapit na medskul samin. m already married w/ 2 kids so mas ok kung malapit na skul ang pipiliin ko so il stil have kahit konting time for my family. i tried to inquire by phone last june kasi hahabol sana ko. medyo intimidating at first un nkausap ko sa office but the main thing she asked and always emphasized is who's going to finance my studies and she asked me questions about my hubby's work, my parents' work etc, as if investigating if i'm financially capable. after i "convinced" her that i am, bumait na siya tapos pinapapunta na ko the following day. magdala daw ako ng atleast 60k for the tuition plus 10k "donation" which is compulsory. (may donation bang compulsory? hehe!) neway, d ako nakapunta kasi di ako pinayagan ng husband ko. i just gave birth via c-section kasi last wk of May tapos pasok na ko medskul by June. masyado pa daw maliit baby namin to be left with a yaya. so hopefully by june 2010, go na ko. ive been hearing a lot of negative comments about UPHR's college of med like absent daw lagi mga profs, pabaya daw ang college sa mga students nila, etc. pero i still plan to go there kasi nga malapit at mura2 tuition. i believe din kasi na mas malaking factor and student attitude kesa sa school. btw, i also saw the newly renovated hospital, maganda talaga siya! i also have friends from UPHR med who are now clerks, positive naman sinasabi nila, syempre love your own. hehe! if there's anyone here who has ideas about UPHR las pinas, please enlighten me... tnx!


Haha! Kelangan pala ico-convince mo muna na may pang bayad ka para i-entertain ka nila...

Ganoon na nga ang malaking problema sa Perps-Medicine(both Rizal and Binan) most of their faculty were only part-time, mas priority nila yung hospital work nila kesa teaching (Because mababa ang per hour rate ng compensation nila compare to other med schools) Kaya doble-kayod ka sa pag babasa...

Pero nasa sipag din yun ng student... Kasi yung passing rate ng Perps, about 20%+ lang pero nakakapag-produce sila ng topnotchers(in Binan). Yung student na yun ay hindi naman daw gaanong ka talino pero masipag daw talagang mag-aral. Kaya I believe nasa student talaga yung malaking factor.

You should weigh the pros and cons first before ka pumasok sa isang med school. If you think you can manage both your studies and family kapag sa Perps ka nag-med, then go for it. Pero kung may mag-aalaga naman ng baby mo, why not try other med schools. At the end of the day magiging MD ka pa rin.


I agree with the above comments.
I finished my Internal Medicine residency program at Perps Binan circa 1994.
Hawak mo sa sariling kamay ang iyong kinabukasan. Mag-aral ka lang ng maayos.
Pumasa ako ng diplomate exam on first attempt circa 1995 at naging FPCP 1997.
Ngayon maayos na rin buhay ko dito sa Singapore!
Mabuhay ang PinoyMD!

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Posted 19 November 2009 - 05:33 AM

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 08:05 AM

i'm actually considering perpetual as one of my choices, relatively mura kasi eh..hehe
of course it may not be as sensational as other med schools, but in my case when finances is a challenge, kahit anong med school ay papatusin ko na hehehehe

maging MD lang...hehehe :rolleyes:

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 04:29 PM

I've heard mura nga lang yung tuition nila... If i'm not mistaken it's about 60K+. Cheaper than most private med schools...

I agree... As long you are passionate enough and work hard for it, you'll surely end up being an MD...

Good luck! Saan ka ba? Binan or Las Pinas?

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 06:30 PM

I've heard mura nga lang yung tuition nila... If i'm not mistaken it's about 60K+. Cheaper than most private med schools...

I agree... As long you are passionate enough and work hard for it, you'll surely end up being an MD...

Good luck! Saan ka ba? Binan or Las Pinas?




i think its 80k per semester now plus books which you also need to buy from them which is around 15-20k, plus also your uniform which you have to buy parang every year, like 1st and 2nd yr same ang uniform, pag 3rd yr iba and style ng uniorm at pag 4thyr or clerkship iba nanaman ang uniform, uniform cost around 3-4k for 5 sets na yun .... hehehe im a graduate of perpetual binan thats why i know... :eyebrows: :eyebrows: :eyebrows: pero i think that is still lower than other private medical schools in manila...ok naman mga consultants they really teach...maybe kulang lang sa pag-aral mga estudyante, and usually yun mga nag aaral talaga nakakapasa sa boardexam on the first take :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: hope this helps

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Posted 24 November 2009 - 08:17 AM

I've heard mura nga lang yung tuition nila... If i'm not mistaken it's about 60K+. Cheaper than most private med schools...

I agree... As long you are passionate enough and work hard for it, you'll surely end up being an MD...

Good luck! Saan ka ba? Binan or Las Pinas?



las pinas po..i inquired there about a week ago, nasa 60k nga raw po ang tuition..probably the cheapest private med school :-)

#35 beryl

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Posted 25 November 2009 - 03:57 AM

i teach in UPHR, and yung mga students naman na nag-aaral..nakakapasa ng boards. Most of our Internal Medicine residents are UPHR grads..and they are all okay. Some surgical resident and pedia residents and anesthesia residents are grads of UPHR. So I guess....its actually the attitude of the students which counts.

#36 tinrn

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 06:42 AM

hi po, im back...

decided na po talaga ko to enroll in perps las pinas by next year. im from paranaque kasi so siya pinakamalapit na school. 2 of my high school batchmates from perps las pinas college of medicine just passed the board exam, 1st take... so i guess depende lang talaga sa students... i just hope they'll accept me although im already 28... (fingers crossed)

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 07:16 AM

For sure maka-qualify ka naman...

From what I knew, kahit hanggang 35 ang ina-accept pa rin sa mga med schools...

May kakilala nga ako sa Perpetual Binan, Nakapag-practice na ng PT sa States for 12 years, tapos bumalik sya dito sa Pinas para mag-med... Tingin ko nasa mga late 30's na sya, PGI na siya ngayon...

BTW, kelan ka kumuha ng NMAT?

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Posted 12 December 2009 - 09:31 PM

For sure maka-qualify ka naman...

From what I knew, kahit hanggang 35 ang ina-accept pa rin sa mga med schools...

May kakilala nga ako sa Perpetual Binan, Nakapag-practice na ng PT sa States for 12 years, tapos bumalik sya dito sa Pinas para mag-med... Tingin ko nasa mga late 30's na sya, PGI na siya ngayon...

BTW, kelan ka kumuha ng NMAT?


hi, i plan to take the nmat on april so i can enroll by june. dapat magtatake na ko this december kaso nalate ako sa deadline ng CEM. natatakot nga ko mag-NMAT eh... la na kasi ko maalala sa nakaraan... =>

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 08:50 PM

ok lang na sa april ka mag NMAT.. if you're not ready for it.. then better to have it when your far better prepared than the first time you think of taking it.. parang ang gulo nun ah.. haha.. :laugh2: anyways, i wish you luck on your NMAT.. malay mo maging clasmate pa kita.. ^_^

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Posted 29 December 2009 - 09:01 AM

ok lang na sa april ka mag NMAT.. if you're not ready for it.. then better to have it when your far better prepared than the first time you think of taking it.. parang ang gulo nun ah.. haha.. :laugh2: anyways, i wish you luck on your NMAT.. malay mo maging clasmate pa kita.. ^_^


so plan nyo din po mag-perps next school year? have you taken the NMAT? do you have an idea when sila start accepting enrolees?

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Posted 30 December 2009 - 03:51 AM

isa sa mga options ko ang perps.. kc sa location nia sa house namin.. ^_^ i have taken my NMAT last december 13. :rolleyes: im not sure when will they accept enrolees.. haven't inquired from them yet.. ^_^

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Posted 01 January 2010 - 10:35 AM

the guys from SAO and their dean, Dr. Siao (sya pa din ba hanggang ngayun?), invited me to do med school in perpetual binan after graduation..

but i didn't.

after seeing how things go about there, it never even became one of my choices.



**just my 2 cents.

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 08:16 PM

the guys from SAO and their dean, Dr. Siao (sya pa din ba hanggang ngayun?), invited me to do med school in perpetual binan after graduation..

but i didn't.

after seeing how things go about there, it never even became one of my choices.



**just my 2 cents.


hmmm... could you tell us how "things go about there"?

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 12:39 PM

hi everyone..a newbie here ^_^

will be enrolling at perps this coming april. Took the NMAT last dec.13..then, nag-take ng entrance exam 3 weeks ago..hehe.
I agree na mas lower ang tuition fee sa perps compared sa other schools and it's convenient for me since it's just a 10-minute ride from our place. :)

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 11:26 PM

hi everyone..a newbie here ^_^

will be enrolling at perps this coming april. Took the NMAT last dec.13..then, nag-take ng entrance exam 3 weeks ago..hehe.
I agree na mas lower ang tuition fee sa perps compared sa other schools and it's convenient for me since it's just a 10-minute ride from our place. :)


hi mirage! welcome to pinoy.md... perps las pinas or binan? il be enrolling in las pinas. had my interview na, to complete the requirements na lang. sana las pinas ka rin para classmates tyo...

#46 mirage

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Posted 15 March 2010 - 07:00 AM

hi everyone..a newbie here ^_^

will be enrolling at perps this coming april. Took the NMAT last dec.13..then, nag-take ng entrance exam 3 weeks ago..hehe.
I agree na mas lower ang tuition fee sa perps compared sa other schools and it's convenient for me since it's just a 10-minute ride from our place. :)


hi mirage! welcome to pinoy.md... perps las pinas or binan? il be enrolling in las pinas. had my interview na, to complete the requirements na lang. sana las pinas ka rin para classmates tyo...


Hello tinrn! :) thank you sa pag-welcome..heehee. sayang, sa biņan perps ako. Good luck to us! ^_^

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Posted 15 March 2010 - 09:43 AM

hello po.... mgkano po ba tuition sa university of perpetial help? pareho lng ba tuition fee ng sa las pinas at sa binan?
may nmat cut-off ba sila?

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Posted 15 March 2010 - 10:17 AM

hello po.... mgkano po ba tuition sa university of perpetial help? pareho lng ba tuition fee ng sa las pinas at sa binan?
may nmat cut-off ba sila?


hi meako. sa biņan, tuition fee is 85k+. hindi ko lang sure if las piņas has the same tuition as biņan.
no nmat cut-off..

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Posted 15 March 2010 - 08:53 PM

hello po.... mgkano po ba tuition sa university of perpetial help? pareho lng ba tuition fee ng sa las pinas at sa binan?
may nmat cut-off ba sila?


hi meako. sa biņan, tuition fee is 85k+. hindi ko lang sure if las piņas has the same tuition as biņan.
no nmat cut-off..



60+ sa las pinas plus un compulsory donation na 10k. bka raw mag-increase sila this year if konti enrollees but mga 5-10% lng... =>

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Posted 16 March 2010 - 12:36 AM

hello po.... mgkano po ba tuition sa university of perpetial help? pareho lng ba tuition fee ng sa las pinas at sa binan?
may nmat cut-off ba sila?


hi meako. sa biņan, tuition fee is 85k+. hindi ko lang sure if las piņas has the same tuition as biņan.
no nmat cut-off..



60+ sa las pinas plus un compulsory donation na 10k. bka raw mag-increase sila this year if konti enrollees but mga 5-10% lng... =>



ah mas mura pala ang sa las pinas.... thanks mirage and tinrn for the info.... :) naghahanap kse ako ng med skul na medyo mura ang tuition fee for my friend.... :)