College of Health Sciences

DR. LENI M. MALABANAN
Dean, College of Health Sciences

chs@cspc.edu.ph
(054) 288-4421 to 23
@CSPCCHSOfficial

The College of Health Sciences is currently under the supervision of Dr. Leni M. Malabanan as the department dean. The department offers a four-year course in Nursing and Midwifery which primarily aims to provide a quality education that will harness the maximum potential of the learner, develop nurses who are caring, responsible, nationalistic, creative, and critical thinking generalist, who upon completion of the program demonstrates professional competencies.

Programs Offered

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Midwifery

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Faculty Profile

CHS COS FACULTY

FULL TIMER 
MARIELLE FRANCE P. AGNAS MA. LOURDES F. ALBALATE  NOEL A. BENGOSTA
KATRINE N. ALFEREZ RALPH KEVIN B. ARAÑA MARIBETH P. BONCAYAO
MINAKHIM O. ARPA, KERRY ANN C. BARACENA JEFFRY A. BORROMEO
LEIZEL B. BORROMEO RUTH R. BUFE ROSELYN B. BULAUAN,
KENNY B. TIGUE CARMI RUSSEL T. CASYAO JHESSA M. DACARA
MA. HARIETH SA. DALIGDIG FATIMA G. DASAL NORINA N. DE LIMA
PATRICK PAUL A. DERIS LUZVIMINDA A. FAJARDO JULIUS T. FLORECE
ALMA L. FUCIO LORIE ANN E. GARLANDO VILMA P. HERMOGENO
ANGELYN B. LACHANIBRE RECHIL L.  LOMEDA JENNY R. LOPEZ
BERNADETTE F. MARTIREZ NELSON MILES B. MENDEZ CHERRY N. MILLARE
WILFREDA MONETTE B. MORAN MICHAEL ANGELO C. NAVARRA GRACIELA JOY O. OCAMPO,
JOSEPH NICOLE A. OCAMPO MARIA KARENE B. ORAA JENNIFER M. RANCES
MARICEL B. SALCEDO SHEENA CAROLYN S. SEDEÑO MARK ANTHONY M. SERGIO
MARY ISOLDE L. TANAY EDEN C. TANDAYAG KIM FOURTH T. TATARO

 

PART-TIMER 
KINSKI L. ABANES JOCYL DARREL B. ABINAL, FE B. ALBIA
ERMA V. ARROYO CHRISTELLE KAY G. ASIS KRIS BRYAN T. BARIA
RAYMARK G. BARREDO GALILEO B. BAYOS OLIVIA G. BELLO
GEORJANE B. BELZA WILMA N. BERALDE JOSEPH A. BERMIDO
CHRISTIE R. BITARA ROBERT A. CABAÑES MA. JOSEFINA S. CARUMBA
VIVIAN S. CONSOLACION ZAIDE V. CORPORAL DENNIS Z. DAZA
RUBILYN E. DE DIOS ROMMELLA C. DE LEON LUZVIMINDA V. DE VILLA
REBECCA Z. FAJARDO NOEL P. FELICES DARYL A. FIGURA
KAREN G. FIGURACION IVY C. FLORANZA EXPEDITO JR. P. GALVAN
DOLORES M. GONZALES JOHANNE L. HUGO FELICIDAD II A. JEREMIAS
LIZIEL B. MALAPO MARICAR I. NAVA HAZEL FRANZ S. NILO-HUGO 
JOYCE S. OBIS JOSEPHINE O. OCCIANO BENIGNO A. PANOY
JENNIFER M. PARPAN MICHELLE B. PAULITE JOHN ROI C. PEÑAFLORIDA
JOHN KYLE F. PEREZ MADONNA S. PERIABRAS MA. LISSETTE I. RAMOS
RODEL A. SAÑO SARAH B. STA. ANA SHARON B. STA. ANA,
KRISTINE V. TALAVERA TEFIE HAZEL I. TIPONES  SHARA MAE B.  TONIZA
RHODELYN V. TORTOLES CYNTHIA H. TURIANO JONS JACOB B. TURIANO
BIENVENIDA B. OLIVA MA. KATHLEEN Z. OLIVARES  

 

ADMIN PART-TIMER
JENIFFER D.  ESPARIS MARGIE M. ISAAC ROWENA S. MARTIREZ

 

NEW CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS FULL TIMER
MANUEL O. ARINES ROMAR C. SAMPER KIM FERAND N. MAGISTRADO
AIZA M. TABAL RENE SJ. ABRERA  

 

NEW CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS 
DARYL R. BULAUAN EMMOISES M. TABURNAL RICARDO S. CANDELARIA JR.
MARUBELLE A. ROSALES RHEA C. ENCISO CHRISTIAN I. ECHIPARE
CHRISTINE P. FRANCE JOSHUA C. NAVARRO  

CHS REGULAR FACULTY

CHS REGULAR FACULTY
LESLIE N. ABANES ALVIN FRANCO A. AGTARAP MARI LEN A. AMOROSO
ALBERTO M. AREJOLA SHEELA MAE N. BAGACINA VALERIE SHEILA M. BERNALES
RACHEL S. BUCAY HERNAN A. BUENA ROLINA M. CABALLERO
FE D. CAMBA JANICE M. CHAVEZ RAQUEL E. CIRUJALES
NEIL JOSEPH M. DE LA CRUZ        BEVVY PHILINE M. DERIS QVIMREJ A. DIMABOGTE
LITO P. FELICES URSULA COMLA P. FILIO MODESTO P. FUCIO
ELAINE FRANCES M. ILLO MARISOL B. LATAGAN LENI M. MALABANAN
MARY IVY L. MALAPO  SUSIE ANNE R. MALATE LEA ANNE A. MEDIADO
ABIGAIL F. MONGE BIEN PAOLO O. MONSALVE CLEMENTE JR E. MORATA
REY C. NADAL LYKA P. NIÑOFRANCO MARIANNE H. NO
ANGELA CONCEPCION A. NOLASCO ALICIA D. NUYDA NANETH O. OIDA
GRACE E. PACER SHEENA MARIE N. PAMOR MIA D. PANIMDIM
EDEN Q. PANITERCE MARILYN N. RIVERA JONAH L. ROCHA
HAYRES BOOTS S. SABIO  MARIA LAARNI M. SALCEDO ERVIN M. ABURNAL
MARIA VISITACION M. TABURNAL KENNY NIÑO H. TAGUM JHUNNA M. TALANGAN
JENNIFER I. TAM BLENDA MARIE A. TATARO BRYAN DEO A. TATARO
MICHAEL JEB B. TORIENTE  GRACE E. TRIUMFANTE MELANY L. TUYAY

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Given enough professional exposures (3-5 years), graduates of the bachelor’s degree program in Nursing will be able to:

  1. Perform competently relevant client care tasks across life span utilizing the nursing process. This includes having the ability to utilize nursing process in the care of mothers, newborns, children, adolescents, adults and older persons; communities, population groups, and persons with special needs.
  2. Practice professionally serving as managers and leaders. Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of and apply leadership and management concepts, skills, and decision making in the provision and improvement of nursing care.
  3. Apply knowledge and skills in research across wide facets of nursing. This includes engaging in nursing and health-related research and applying research process in improving client care.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES:

  1. Apply knowledge of physical, social, natural and health sciences and humanities in the practice of nursing;
  2. Provide safe, appropriate and holistic care to individuals, families, population, group and community utilizing nursing process;
  3. Apply guidelines and principles of evidence-based practice in the delivery care;
  4. Practice nursing in accordance with existing laws, legal, ethical and moral principles;
  5. Communicate effectively in speaking, writing, and presenting using culturally-appropriate language;
  6. Report and document up-to-date client care accurately and comprehensively; 7. Work effectively in collaboration with inter-intra and multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural teams;
  7. Practice beginning management and leadership skills in the delivery of client care; 9. Conduct research with an experienced researcher;
  8. Engage in life-long learning with a passion to keep current with national and global developments in general and nursing and health development in particular.
  9. Demonstrate responsible citizenship and pride of being a Filipino;
  10. Apply techno-intelligent care systems and processes in health care delivery.
  11. Adopt the nursing core values in the practice of the profession;
  12. Apply entrepreneurial skills in the delivery of nursing care.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MIDWIFERY

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Given enough professional exposures (3-5 years), graduates of the bachelor’s degree program in Midwifery will be able to:

  1. Perform competently relevant client care tasks across life span. This includes having the ability to utilize in the care of mothers, newborns, children, adolescents, adults and older persons; communities, population groups, and persons with special needs.
  2. Practice professionally serving as managers and leaders. Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of and apply leadership and management concepts, skills, and decision making in the provision and improvement of primary health care.
  3. Apply knowledge and skills in research across wide facets of midwifery. This includes engaging in midwifery and health-related research and applying research process in improving client care.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of the BS Midwifery program should be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge, attitude and skills of midwives in the care of the girl-child adolescent and the woman prior to, during, and after delivery.
  2. Perform primary health care services
  3. Demonstrate gender sensitivity in dealing with clients.
  4. Work effectively in collaboration with inter-, intra- and multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.
  5. Participate research activities
  6. Practice midwifery skills in accordance with existing laws. Legal, ethical and moral principles.
  7. Participate in professional growth and development activities for lifelong learning.
  8. Communicate effectively in speaking, writing and presenting using culturally-appropriate language to clients,
  9. Maintain complete accurate and timely documentation of client’s care.

Program Educational Objectives and Program Outcomes

 

Our inspiration on why CSPC is steadfast in providing quality and excellent education and service

Board Placers and Topnotchers

NURSE

2018 | 9th Place, Anna Marie L. Guevarra

2013 | 10th Place, Domingo O. Velitario

2012 | 4th Place, Ameerah Sarah N. Baylon

2012 | 9th Place, Divine Mercy Elcano

MIDWIFE

2024 | 1st Place, Judah Paulo Espero

2023 | 2nd Place, Arianne Jean A. Blaza

2018 | 6th Place, Allan Joseph S. Candaroma

2017 | 7th Place, Klien Bernard L. Ventura

2017 | 7th Place, Angelica B. Villamor

2017 | 8th Place, Meri Angeli T. Ricafranca

2017 | 10th Place, Florence Joshua L. Toralde

2016 | 4th Place, Joanne Mae O. Samar

2016 | 6th Place, Anna Marie L. Guevarra

2016 | 9th Place, Angela Concepcion A. Nolasco

2015 | 4th Place, Lara Marez O. Cuba

2015 | 6th Place, Dante B. Parola

2015 | 8th Place, Fatima D. Cuadro

2015 | 9th Place, Elysha Hannah M. Cabais

2015 | 10th Place, Cyril Joy B. Uson

2014 | 10th Place, Henessy Nikka Baylon

2013 | 4th Place, Janria T. Gaminde

2012 | 4th Place, Imee Mabelle Agonos

2012 | 5th Place, Venice Iris Awa

MIDWIFE (cont.)

2011 | 1st Place, Hakeem Shaike Rasool Saniyah

2011 | 2nd Place, Ma. Luzviminda A. Tiaba

2011 | 5th Place, Benjoe N. Agbay

2011 | 6th Place, Louella MaE T. Coralde

2011 | 6th Place, Sarah T. Parais

2011 | 10th Place, Glaiza May B. Dagarat

2010 | 1st Place, Domingo O. Velitario

2010 | 5th Place, Trisha Bernadette N. Yater

2010 | 7th Place, Khorene B. Almazan

2010 | 8th Place, Ma. Lorraine G. Saavedra

2010 | 9th Place, Mary Isolde P. Ladaw

2010 | 10th Place, Christine Kay F. Hesita

2009 | 2nd Place, Maiden Joy N. Mendez

2009 | 7th Place, Harlene M. Baylon

2009 | 9th Place, Ameerah Sarah N. Baylon

2008 | 9th Place, Jamaica M. Verdeflor

2008 | 5th Place, Clarebel D. Barbe

2007 | 1st Place, Kris Bryan T. Baria

2007 | 10th Place, Maria Francia A. Perez

2006 | 5th Place, Jennifer M. Parpan

2006 | 6th Place, Ma. Cristina G. Abonalia

2006 | 9th Place, Zaira Mary Grace A. Layosa