Recognition Rites for Outstanding Performance


The Dean’s List is the recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement of students in each semester per year level. The awards given to deserving seniors/graduating students during the clinical and baccalaureate rites include academic excellence, clinical proficiency, leadership, and others Outstanding Academic/Clinical Performance

Criteria

1. Students must demonstrate behavior which are in keeping with the desired values and norms of the college.Students must have no record of offense

2. For the Dean’s List, students must carry regular load and have General Weighted Average (GWA) of at least 1.75 with no failure in any subject

3. For the seniors/graduating students:

    • Academic Excellence awards shall be given to those who started their first year in the college and for obtaining the highest rank in the graduating batch.
    • Clinical Proficiency awards shall be given to those who started their clinical duty in the college and for obtaining the highest rank in the graduating batch.
    • The distinction of academic honor given during the graduation rite is based on the following general weighted averages:

 

Leadership Award

           This is given to a graduating student who has excelled in the area of student leadership on and off campus and has distinguished records of involvement in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities as Student Council Officer and either as Year Level Officer or President of a recognized student organization in the campus. Furthermore, such student must not have any record of major offense.

       Leadership ability must be evident in the student’s accomplishments (impact) towards developmental goals which are acknowledged by those who have been led, activities undertaken and others. The leadership positions held should be considered but only within the context of the other factors mentioned. The awardee(s) must have shown collaborative skills with school authority towards the achievement of the goals of the College.

      Other awards may be given in recognition of outstanding achievements, humanitarian actions, attributes which reflect the College mission/vision.

BOARD TOPNOTCHERS IN THE PHILIPPINE NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION


May 2015

7th placer       Karla Pa tricia G. Giorla
9th placer        Aira Mae A. Asagra
9th placer        Kimberly Kaye B. Sosmeña


May 2014


8th placer Bea May G. Bautista
10th placer Nathalie Joy L. Afundar


June 2013


8th placer Lunuel Surriane M. Samonte


June 2012


6th placer Lian Sydney B. Chan
7th placer James Patrick R. De Vera
7th placer Kristian Ron P. Lalic


July 2010


8th placer Cristina G. Satiada
10th placer Kathleen Anne P. De Leon


June 2007


3rd placer Mona Lisa U. Pua
8th placer Happy Lynn T. Ong


June 2002


13th placer Crystal Y. Siu
19th placer Malvin S. Sideno


April 2000


5th placer Elaine M. Cruz

The Chinese General Hospital Colleges (CGHC), formerly Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing and Liberal Arts (CGHCNLA), was founded in 1921 as the Chinese General Hospital School of Nursing (CGHSN). The idea was conceived by Dr. Jose Tee Han Kee, the Director of the Chinese General Hospital. With him were three physicians who organized the training school. Having been impressed with their work, Dr. Tee Han Kee requested the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception based in Hong Kong and Canton to help in starting the school. The first batch of five sisters arrived in August 1921. Mrs. Praxedes Co Tui, a registered nurse from the Philippine General Hospital was appointed as Chief Nurse and Principal of the School of Nursing.

Vision of the Founders

The vision of the founders for the establishment of a nursing school was to supply nurses for the Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center (CGHMC) to provide better nursing services thereby enhancing the hospital’s prestige. The CGHMC was one of the few most modern hospitals in the country then. The vision involved a nursing school that would be one of the best. This vision has expanded to include training programs for other health science related professions as well. Thus, the people behind the establishment of the school were noted for their idealism and commitment to competence and hard work.

The CGHC is owned and managed by the Philippine Chinese Charitable Association, Inc (PCCA). The PCCA is a non-stock, non-profit service organization. Since its founding in 1893, the PCCA has lived up to its credo “Dedicated to the service of humanity, everybody is welcome regardless of race, creed and nationality.” The PCCA has proven its commitment to fulfill its purpose of providing help and humanitarian service to those in need regardless of nationality, political orientation or religious belief. It has unwaveringly worked for the furtherance of the warm relationship between the Filipino and Chinese communities. Moreover, the association has been actively involved in a range of development programs from business, health and social services to education, in active support for the country’s development. The corporate personality of the PCCA is reflected in the following articulations of the core values, vision and mission:

Core Values 

Vision 

Mission 

1. Assimilation to the Filipino way of life

2. Civic-mindedness

3. Key player in nation building

4. Solidarity of Filipino-Chinese

    community 

PCCA geared for Filipino - Chinese solidarity towards nation building and civic-mindedness

The PCCA is committed to provide the public access to health, education and other services at reasonable cost and to extend charitable services to the needy and less fortunate with no discrimination of race, creed and nationality.

The vision of the founders is affirmed by the following articulations of the College Core Values, Vision, and Mission:

Core Values 
Principles which shape the Instructional Program:

Vision 

Mission 

1. Wholistic development of the learners.

2. Capability building for life effectiveness.

3. Discipline for life-long learning.

4. Development of workplace relevant competencies.

5.Mastery learning for multiple ability student groups.

CGHC graduates as proficient, innovative health care providers working for empowered and healthy individuals, families, groups and communities.

CGHC is committed to train life-long learners for effectiveness in contemporary life.

 
 

  • 8th and 10th placers, May 2014
  • 8th  placers, June 2013
  • 6th and 7th placers, June 2012
  • 8th and 10th placers, July 2010
  • 3rd and 8th placers, June 2007
  • 13th and 19th placers, June 2003
  • 10th  placers, June 2002
  • 5th placer, April 2000

  • Ranks 3rd among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, May 2014
  • Ranks 2nd among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2013
  • Ranks 1st among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2012
  • Ranks 4th among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Phiippines, July 2011
  • Ranks 1st among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, July 2010
  • Ranks 2nd among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2009 
  • Ranks 2nd among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, November 2008
  • Ranks 2nd among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2008
  • Ranks 4th among the performing Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines, June 2007
  • Rank 8th among the Colleges of Nursing in the National Capital Region, 2001 to 2005
Based on the Educational Statistics Task Force, a joint undertaking of the Professional Regulation Commission and Commission on Higher Education

  • Department of Social Welfare and Development Agencies
  • National Center for Mental Health
  • Philippine Heart Center
  • Philippine Orthopedic Center
  • Quezon City Health Department
  • San Lazaro Hospital
  • Hospicio de San Jose
  • Philippine National Red Cross Manila Chapter
  • Gawad Kalinga Foundation

  • Minimal tuition fee (Php 25,000 - Php 30,000 for the first year) and flexible payment scheme
  • Academic scholarship opportunities
  • Wholistic personalized instruction
  • Top-caliber licensed educators
  • Air-conditioned classrooms
  • Modern audio-visual and computer laboratories
  • Extensive library resources
  • Accessible and convenient location
  • Complete science laboratory facilities
  • Fully equipped simulated medical laboratories
  • State-of-the-art tertiary base hospital (Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center)
  • Hospital discounts, accident insurance and clinic consultation privileges
  • Priority hiring of graduates at own base hospital
  • Well-supportive Alumni Association (Local and International)



Student Scholarships and Financial Assistance

Academic scholarships and financial assistance on tuition fees may be given to deserving students on a semester basis subject to the student’s GWA and behavior, i.e. a student is disqualified if he or she commits any of the offenses listed in the Student Handbook or fails to meet required GWA.

 

Academic Scholarship

1. Full Scholarship

100% tuition fee discount

  • This is given during the first semester of the first year to a student who graduated valedictorian in high school
  • This may also be given to a regular student carrying full academic load with GWA of 1.00 - 1.25 during the preceding semester

2. Partial Scholarship

50% tuition fee discount

  • This is given during the first semester of the first year to a student who graduated salutatorian in high school
  • This may also be given to a regular student carrying full academic load with GWA of 1.26 - 1.50 during the preceding semester

25% tuition fee discount

  • This is given to a regular student carrying full academic load with GWA of 1.51 - 1.75 during the preceding semester.

 

Financial Assistance

This is given to a limited number of students who are in direct need of financial support. Percentage of financial assistance would vary depending on the economic status and GWA of the student. Applicants must carry the full academic load, have GWA of not lower than 2.25 and have no failing grade.

 

Alumni Scholarship/Assistance

Scholarships or financial assistance from CGHCN Alumni International may be applied for by students who qualify based on specific criteria set by the sponsor.

 

1. Chinese General Hospital Nursing Alumni Assonia Enciation, Inc. Balik Dunong-Aral/Northern Califordowment Fund

a.    Anonymous Class 1974 Scholarship
b.    CGHNAAI Hawaii Chapter Scholarship
c.    CGHNAAI Illinois Chapter Scholarship
d.    CGHNAAI Northern California Chapter Scholarship
e.    CGHNAAI NY-NJ-PA-CT Chapter Scholarship
f.    Class 1968 Scholarship
g.    Class 1976 Scholarship 
h.    Dolores Cabrera Cortez Scholarship
i.    Emelita Cruz Pierrel Scholarship
j.    Leony Foronda Manansala Scholarship
k.    Lolita Echauz Ching Scholarship (Class 1977)
l.    Maria Teresa Romana Baula Scholarship
m.    Rhia Yacapin Abalos and Class 1960 Scholarship
n.    Richard Bornales Jr. Scholarship
o.    Others

2. CGHNAAI Southern California Chapter - Rebecca Magpayo Huang Scholarship

3. Marylou Sy Scholarship (Class 1983)