JMCFI College of Medicine kicks off face-to-face instruction

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DAVAO CITY, PHILIPPINES—On March 4, 2022, JMCFI College of Medicine resumes its on-campus classes almost after two years since moving to learning online. First-year students were first on site for their Anatomy Laboratory class.

The session started with a Blessing and Appreciation Ceremony for the cadavers who are serving as silent mentors for the students. Smiles permeated the atmosphere as the medical students get acquainted personally with their classmates with whom they had only been interacting virtually.

Excitement filled the air as the students used their own scalpels and made their first cut. As the world begins to heal from the pandemic, JMCFI COM is also rapidly re-adjusting and adapting to the new landscape of medical education.

Following this story, Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Chairman Prospero De Vera paid official visit to Jose Maria College Foundation, Inc. on October 14, 2021. This was also the day JMCFI College of Medicine was acknowledged as a role model higher education institution of CHED in preparation of limited face-to-face classes. On the same occasion, a courtesy meet was also made for  Rev. Dr. Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy, the founding president of the said institution.

The JMC College of Medicine ensures that in addition to the state-of-the-art facilities for students, it has also met the Department of Health (DOH) requirements and health and safety protocols.

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