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Perpetual Medical College

The University of Perpetual Help System Dalta (UPHSD) is a highly recognised institute offering higher education and located in Las-Pinas city, Metro Manila. It is a co-educational institution and was founded in 1975. The University of Perpetual Help has 3 major campuses in Las Pinas, Molino and Calamba. Over 20,000 students study in these campuses, complemented by over 1000 faculty and support staff. The university has an excellent alumni network in both Philippines and the United States.
 
Chairman of the Board is Dr. Antonio L. Tamayo: Masters Hospital Administration from George Washington University and a Ph. D in Organizational Development. Vice Chairman is Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo: Master's in Nursing from New York University, USA & Ph. D in Organization Development.
 

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

The Jonelta Foundation School of Medicine functions under UoPH and offers the Doctor of Medicine or MD degree which is equivalent to MBBS in India.

The degree is recognised by the Medical Council of India and the degree and the institution are listed in WHO, IMED, FAIMER and ECFMG directories.

 

LAS PINAS CAMPUS

The Las Pinas campus is spread over four hectares and houses all the offices, lecture halls, anatomy dissection laboratories, animal research laboratories, library, hostel, canteens, play grounds and hospital. Lecture halls are equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities and are fully air-conditioned. Wi-fi and internet facilities are available on campus and the University has affiliations with leading hospitals. Accommodations are available on campus & outside campus with North & South Indian foods.
 
The university has its own high-tech and well-equipped hospital named the UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP DALTA MEDICAL CENTER, which is over 300 bedded hospital & also affiliated with leading hospitals in Manila. Super specialization in specialties such as Nephrology is available in the Las Pinas Campus. A large number of patients come to the hospital, thereby offering good exposure and interaction for students.