Chinese General Hospital Colleges

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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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Type Private, Non-Sectarian
Established 1921
President Dr. James G. Dy
Dean

Iris Chua-So, RN, MAN

(College of Nursing); James Christopher Chua, RMT, MSPH (College of Medical Technology)
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 Colleges(Formerly Known as Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing and Liberal Arts) 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.

CGHC is owned and managed by the Philippine Chinese Charitable Association (PCCA) Inc. The PCCA is a non-stock, non-profit service organization.

In 2012, The College began to offer new courses namely, Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, BS in Psychology, BS in Radiologic Technology and Diploma in Midwifery.

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