St. Luke’s tops Physician and Medicine Licensure Boards
St. Luke’s College of Medicine – William H. Quasha Memorial (SLCM-WHQM) ranks in the top 5 performing schools for the 2018 Physician Licensure Examination (PLE) and Medicine Licensure Board Examinations.
Based on the latest results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), SLCM-WHQM placed the 5th spot in the PRC’s top 10 list and SLCM’s own Dr. Jayvee S. Rivera finished as one of the top passers of the exams, ranking 7th in the top 10 with a rating of 89.92%.
This isn’t the institute’s first appearance as a top performing medical school. In 2016 and 2017, SLCM-WHQM was awarded as the number one top performing medical school in the country by the PRC. Earlier in the year, SLCM-WHQM also garnered a 100% passing rate in the March 2018 PLE.
St. Luke’s College of Medicine continues to excel in providing specialized educational courses to their students to produce competent and highly equipped graduates. Catering to the brightest minds of the country, SLCM-WHQM delivers distinguished and compassionate medical practitioners who embody the St. Luke’s values of integrity and social responsibility. They also shape their future doctors to be patient-centered and holistic.
On top of its international affiliations with Harvard University and Kobe University, St. Luke’s College of Medicine along with the St. Luke’s Medical Foundation Inc., extends full scholarship benefits to commendable students who graduated at their class which covers tuition, laboratory, and miscellaneous fees.
For more information on SLCM-WHQM, contact them at the trunkline 723-0101 ext. 5549.