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SSLC Tops the 2016 Radtech Board Exam

July 18, 2016 – South SEED LPDH College is the top performing school south of Metro Manila for the 2016 Radiologic Technologist Board Exam. The first graduating class of radiologic technology recorded a 70 percent passing rate, far exceeding the 43 percent national passing rate, and placed SSLC as the number 1 Radtech school in southern Metro Manila.

South SEED-LPDH College is a partnership between Southville International School and Colleges and Las Piñas Doctors Hospital that offers allied medical courses.

7 SSLC examinees passed the exam as per the official results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and Board of Radiologic Technology last July 15, 2016

The SSLC-BS Radtech passers are:

1. Zari Alyannah Afante Arce
2. Beatrice Vizcarra De Leon
3. Allen Mark Digo Domalaon
4. Christian Bermas Dio
5. Angelica Marie Alcelar Heramis
6. Paul Vincent Borja Langcaon
7. Karmie Maaya Madarico

SSLC has taken extra measures to ensure its students are well-prepared for quality medical work, as well as the board exam by conducting its own review classes during their 4th year in college considering the objectives of the medical curricula, the broad areas, and other related disciplines and competencies.

All 7 passers are first time examinees and are now officially Registered Radiologic Technologists who will surely make a difference in our society.