Bicol Christian College Of Medicine
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Our Institution is integrated by sharing of expertise, knowledge, experiential clinical practices
and educational resources. We believe that motivated and competent employees who work as
an integrated team will be able to deliver superior academic results and produce excellent
community. We work together to learn together and to train together our students in faith, in
order to serve the people of God as teachers, healers and health care givers.
A Heath Care Professional in Every Home, Schooled and Trained at Ago Medical and Education Center, Bicol christian Medical college.
Ago Medical and Education Center was founded by Dr. Damaceno J. Ago on 1975, who has envisioned in his life that our country Philippines, particularly the Bicol region, can be great if the youth, men and women could be molded so that they will be morally upright, creative and productive of commodities and ideas. Leadership training is necessary; hence these learning institutions are committed through their curricular offerings to involve students in academic and non-academic activities.
In 1980, it started Bicol Christian Medical College and merged it with Ago Medical and education Center.
Facilities and Courses
Bicol Christian Medical College is well known for its Research and Development and its Academic Programs are supervised by CHED and TESDA. Its campus is located in Legazpi city, Philippines and it has courses for College of Medicine, College of Dentistry, midwifery, medical technology, radiologic technology and Graduate school of health sciences.
We, the Board of Trustees and Faculty of the Bicol Christian College of Medicine, believe that: 1. Man exists not only for himself but also for other people in the community.
2. Society exists for the welfare of men. 3. Health is a fundamental right of every person.
4. There will always be health problems in every person and in every community at one time or another.
5. The medical school exists because of the health problems that are prevalent in every person and in every community.
6. The medical school should help solve the health problems of the community through its administrators, faculty, students, and graduates and through a primary health care approach.
7. Medical students shall be treated as adult learners.
8. All adults are capable of learning given the proper guidance and support.
9. Active learning activities yield the best results.
10. Learning to become a competent physician is best achieved through a problem-based and a competency-based learning approach.
11. Learning to be a community-oriented physician is best achieved through a community-based learning approach.
12. Medical education is a life-time learning process.
13. All physicians should have competency in self-directed learning.