FEU-NRMF is now accepting Applicants for Doctor of Medicine program, S.Y.2015-2016.
FEU-NRMF is now accepting Applicants for School Year 2015-2016 (Medical Laboratory Science, Physical Therapy, Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, Pharmacy, Nutrition & Dietetics and Radiologic Technology) The List of Qualified Applicants for Med-Tech, PT, Nursing, RT, Pharmacy, Nutrition and Rad-Tech for S.Y. 2014-2015 is now available in PDF format.
The 1st Release for Qualified applicants is now available, just click here to get a copy. The 1st Release for Qualified applicants, New Announcements and Schedule of Physical Exam is still available, just click here to get a copy.
The FEU-NRMF Institutional Ethics Review Committee (IERC) addresses ethical issues in research involving human participants. The committee reviews all research protocols done in this institution prior to implementation. For organization purposes, the FEU NRMF IERC is a subcommittee of the Research Development Office, which coordinates researches from both the FEU-NRMF Medical Center and the FEU-NRMF Institute of Medicine. Click the link to get IERC SOP proper documents in zip file: IERCSOP
with Dr. Philip S. Chua
Click on the link to visit the site Heart to Heart with Dr. Philip S. Chua.
New courses offered: We are currently accepting applicants for S.Y. 2013-2014 for Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics, and Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology.
This book of memories tells of the medical institution's three episodes; the conception of the FEU Hospital, the formation of the FEU-Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation, and the relocation to West Fairview, Quezon City.
CAUTION: This diet as the name implies is ridiculous and was formulated out of imagination, conclusions, unconfirmed theories, fantasies, painful lessons from past experiences of the author, and is just for fun.
Since 1980, the DOH has been promoting Hepatitis B surveillance and control program, which include mass immunization, health education and information, and screening of blood and blood products for transfusion.
The rooster’s morning bell signals the medical resident to get up and prepare for his/her day in the hospital. The day usually begins with a cold shower and a good breakfast, then putting on his/her well-ironed uniform; for girls: blowing the hair dry and putting on some make-up; for guys: applying gel will do. And up they go to the hospital.
This website update was made possible by the tireless efforts of CFM 3B Group 1, Section III-C.
The group would like to thank everyone who assisted and supported this project.
Special thanks goes to:
3rd year Medical students 2005-2006 (III-A, III-B, III-C, III-X1, & III-X2)
Rhodora M. Corpuz
Alicia Aldave, RMT
Paolo Calma, PTRP
Norbert P. Copones
Policarpio B. Joves, Jr, MD, MPH, MOH