Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing and Liberal Arts

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Chinese General Hospital
Colleges
中華崇仁總醫院護理及文科學院
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Established 1921
Type Private, Non-Sectarian
President Dr. James G. Dy
Students less than 1000
Location 286 Blumentritt St., Sta. Cruz, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines Philippines
Campus Urban
Website www.cghc.edu.ph

The Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing and Liberal Arts (CGHCNLA) was established in 1921 as the Chinese General Hospital School of Nursing (CGHSN). The idea was conceived by Dr. Jose Tee Han Kee, who was the Director of the Chinese General Hospital. With him were three physicians who organized the training school. The Sisters of the Immaculate Conception based in Hong Kong and Canton, China were requested by Dr. Tee Han Kee to help in starting the school. The first batch of five sisters arrived in August 1921. Mrs. Praxedes Co Tui, a registered nurse from the Philippine General Hospital was appointed as Chief Nurse and Principal of the School of Nursing.

Vision of the Founders[edit]

The vision of the founders for the establishment of a nursing school was to supply nurses for the Chinese General Hospital (CGH) to provide better nursing services thereby enhancing the hospital's prestige. CGH was one of the few most modern hospitals in the country then. The vision involved a nursing school that would be one of the best. Thus, the people behind the establishment of the school were noted for their idealism and commitment to competence and hard work. And as the records reveal, the earliest graduates of CGHSN excelled in their Board Examinations with a pass rate of 100%.

CGHCNLA is owned and managed by the Philippine Chinese Charitable Association (PCCA) Inc. The PCCA is a non-stock, non-profit service organization. Since its founding in 1893, the PCCA has lived to its credo "Dedicated to the service of humanity, everybody is welcome regardless of race, creed and nationality." The PCCA has proven its commitment to fulfill its purpose of providing help and humanitarian service to those in need regardless of nationality, political orientation or religious belief. It has unwaveringly worked for the furtherance of the warm relationship between the Filipino and Chinese communities. Moreover, the association has been actively involved in a range of development programs from business, health and social services to education, in active support for the country's development.

Core Values[edit]

  • Holistic development of the learners
  • Capability-building for life effectiveness
  • Discipline for lifelong learning
  • Development of workplace relevant competencies
  • Mastery learning for multiple ability student groups

Vision[edit]

Proficient, innovative nurses working for empowered and healthy individuals, families, groups and communities

Mission[edit]

Committed to train lifelong learners for effectiveness in contemporary life

Knowing the CGHCNLA Distinctive[edit]

School Achievements in the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination

  • 5th to 7th placers, May to December 1998 to 2000
  • Ranks 23rd among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, 1999-2003, and 8th place among the Colleges of Nursing in the National Capital Region, 2001-2005, based on the Educational Statistics Task Force, a joint undertaking of the Professional Regulation Commission and Commission on Higher Education (Philippines)
  • Ranks 13th among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2004
  • Ranks 4th among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2007
  • Ranks 2nd among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2008
  • Ranks 2nd among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, November 2008
  • Ranks 2nd among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2009
  • Ranks 1st among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, July 2010
  • Ranks 4th among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, July 2011
  • Ranks 5th among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, November 2009 to July 2011
  • Ranks 1st among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June–July 2012 [1]

Individual Performance in the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination

  • 6th, 15th and 17th placers, June 1998
  • 5th placer, June 2000
  • 10th and 20th placers, June 2002
  • 13th and 19th placers, June 2003
  • 7 topnotchers, June 2004
  • 3rd and 8th placers, June 2007
  • 11th placer, June 2008
  • 8th and 10th placers, June 2010
  • 6th and two 7th placers, June–July 2012
  • 8th placer, June 2013

What the School Offers

  • Minimal tuition fee, flexible payment scheme
  • Academic scholarship opportunities
  • Holistic personalized instruction
  • Top-caliber licensed educators
  • Spacious physical education room and air-conditioned classrooms
  • Complete nursing arts and science lab findings
  • Fully equipped simulated operating room, delivery room, nursery room, orthopedic room, hospital wards and community health center
  • Modern audio-visual and computer laboratories
  • Extensive library sources
  • State-of-the-art tertiary base hospital
  • Accessible and convenient location
  • Student-oriented guidance and counseling office
  • Hospital discounts, accident insurance, clinic consultation privileges
  • Employment opportunities for graduates at own base hospital
  • Well supportive Alumni Association

Areas of Exposure for the Student's Related Learning Experience

Outside Affiliations

Rankings[edit]

  • Ranked 4th among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines achieving 96% overall passing rate in the June 2007 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (100 and more examinees)
  • Ranked 2nd among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines achieving 98% overall passing rate in the June 2008 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (100 and more examinees)
  • Ranked 2nd among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines achieving 98% overall passing rate in the November 2008 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (30-99 examinees)
  • Ranked 1st among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines achieving 100% overall passing rate in the August 2010 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (200 and more examinees)
  • Ranked 1st among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines achieving 100% overall passing rate in the June–July 2012 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (with 50 or more examinees)
  • Ranked 2nd among the Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines achieving 99.30% overall passing rate in the June 2013 Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (with 50 or more examinees)

See also[edit]

References[edit]


Coordinates: 14°37′30.91″N 120°59′16.57″E / 14.6252528°N 120.9879361°E / 14.6252528; 120.9879361