The History Metropolitan Center College of Arts

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Instructor: Mr Eugenio
HISTORY
The Metropolitan Medical Center College of Arts, Science & Technology (MMC-CAST) is a non stock, nonprofit educational institution. Proceeds of the institution are directed back to improve its facilities and equipment in fulfilling the institution’s purpose for which it was established – To be a learning community that is committed in providing excellent and competitive professionals.It was in 1968 when Metropolitan Hospital was incorporated by the United Doctors Service Corporation situated in the middle and highly populated area of Masangkay Street, Sta Cruz, Manila. The hospital has a four hundred (400) bed-capacity and graded as a class A medical institution complete with world class facilities. In order to meet the demand of its hospital nurses, the Metropolitan Hospital established its own school and came into existence in 1976 as Metropolitan Hospital College of Nursing.Since then, the institution has been in the path of producing quality graduates. Our graduates have proven themselves worthy not only in the Board Exams but also competent as nurses in the country and abroad. In fact, there are evaluations that MHCN got 100% passing in the Professional Nursing Board Licensure Examination. In the year 2004 the institution awarded as ranked 12th in the over-all performance of all nursing schools in the country. Many changes have taken place since 1976. The college which was formerly located only at the 7th floor of the hospital is now located from 7th to 12th floor of the Medical Arts Building.The transition from Metropolitan Hospital College of Nursing to Metropolitan Medical Center College of Arts, Science & Technology in the year 2009 was due to the demand of world class Filipino professionals locally and internationally. The transition did not alter the institution’s mission and vision committed in producing quality professionals to help the nation’s development through Academic Excellence using world class and...
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