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St. Luke’s College of Medicine retains 100% passing rate for the March 2018 Physician Licensure Examination

Dr. Jill Jebulan Jaime (center), Top 7th passer in the March 2018 PLE, together with Dr. Malaya P. Santos, Associate Dean for Student Affairs (3rd from left), Dr. Susan PeleaNagtalon, President and Dean (4th from left), Mr. Edison G. Yap, Board Member (5th from left), and Dr. Sharma Vibette T. Ojeda, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (3rd from right), as well as members of the SLCM-WHQM Student Council and her fellow PLE passers.

St. Luke’s College of Medicine – William H. Quasha Memorial (SLCM-WHQM)garnered another 100% passing rate at the March 2018 Physician Licensure Examination (PLE), based on the latest results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).

Among the top passers of the exam is SLCM-WHQM’s own, Dr. Jill Jebulan Jaime, who ranked 7th in the top 10 with a rating of 85.75%.

Conducted last March 4, 5, 11, and 12 by the Board of Medicine, the PLE took place at the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu, and Zamboanga.

In 2016 and 2017, SLCM-WHQM was awarded as the number one top performing medical school in the country by the PRC, based on its PLE passing percentage.

The SLCM-WHQM has had a consistent 100% passing rate for the first time PLE first-time takers since 2009.

With the thrust of producing competent and highly equipped graduates, St. Luke’s College of Medicine progressively provides specialized educational courses to their students.

Catering to the brightest minds of the country, SLCM-WHQM provides the industry with distinguished and compassionate medical practitioners who embody the St. Luke’s values of integrity and social responsibility.

On top of its international affiliations with Harvard University and Kobe University, St. Luke’s College of Medicine, in partnership with the St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation Inc., extends full scholarship benefits to meritorious students who graduated at the top of their class, covering tuition, laboratory, and miscellaneous fees, through an innovative curriculum and numerous academic competencies.

SLCM-WHQM sharpens its future doctors to be patient-centered and holistic in their craft.

For more information, you may contact the St. Luke’s Medical Center College of Medicine – William H. Quasha Memorial at the trunkline, 723-0101 ext. 5549.

 

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