Saint Jude College
St. Jude College School of Nursing is accredited by the PACUCOA (Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation) and was awarded Level III accredited status and certified by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) for its Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program.
All programs are CHED (Commission on Higher Education) Recognized. CHED is a government agency that was created in 1994. They formulate plans, strategies and policies relating to higher education. You may also visit www.ched.gov.ph
Aside from Nursing its undergraduate courses include: Information Technology, Computer Studies, Education, Business Administration, Psychology, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Tourism Management, Nutrition and Dietetics, Radiologic Technology, Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Medical Technology and Midwifery
1950s & 1960s
In 1950, a maternity clinic and pharmacy was established at the corner of Maria Clara and Don Quijote streets in Dimasalang, Manila. The twelve-bed clinic was founded by Dr. Ramon Diokno Atienza Jr. and Dr. Felicidad Ferriols Calip. In 1963, a two-storey hospital was built, increasing capacity to fifty beds. Some time later, it was expanded into a five-storey building, raising capacity to one hundred and fifty. An eight-storey college building was built at about the same time.
1970s to present
The first class graduated from the school in 1971. The school board agreed to convert St. Jude School of Nursing into a college in 1973 and in 1974 a government permit officially granted the change of status. In 1977, two more buildings were constructed: the High School and what became the main building. And in 1978, a three-storey elementary school was added.
In the late 1980s, a further building was inaugurated. This building now houses the college of Physical Therapy.
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