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South SEED-LPDH College: The Number One Allied Health School in the Southern Metro Manila

South SEED - LPDH College continue with its mission to lead students for leaderships roles, innovate excellence in education to maintain healthy society by implementing new discoveries to develop advances in clinical laboratory science and educate students to become the best in their fields in pursuit for knowledge and skills integrating practices. SSLC is committed to prepare the students for successful careers in the allied health programs, to promote ethical practice of their respective professions and become productive and responsible citizens through student centered learning milieu that fosters life long learning, leadership and continued intellectual development and alignment of programs that respond to the health needs of society through life. In pursuit to the mission and vision of South SEED –LPDH College we are the number one allied health college in the South – NCR with the highest board passers and first takers passing rate in Med Tech and Rad Tech Board Exams.

With a national passing rate of 46.36 percent for the Radiologic Technologist Licensure Exam last July 2017, SSLC Radiologic Technology graduates recorded an 83 percent passing rate for the first takers, moderately above the 80 percent Average Passing Rate. SSLC’s newest Rad Techs are:

Almazan, Rosemarie
Flores, Jinky
Arino, Celijohn
Magnay, Sharlone
Batotoc, Louie John
Navarro, Jeremiah
Bonaobra, Renel
Pamintuan, Kevin
Booth, Charlotte
Ratio, Raniel
Crisostomo, Calvin Andrews
Terre, Irish Julienne

With a national passing rate of 85.16 percent for the Medical Technologist Licensure Exam last August 2017, SSLC Medical Technology graduates recorded a 93 percent passing rate for the first takers. SSLC’s newest MedTechs are:

Nikko Ablaza
Adriel Joseph Tomas
Louise Angelberthe Abundo
Kim Tenepere
Samantha Alayon
Nicole Angelic Simpao
Alyzah Arce
Tania Marie Sermana
Ericka Gayle Aringo
Precious Marielle Sasis
Alexander Bare
Rose Jeanne Reynoso
Olive Bautista
Aldrin Joshua Pasig
Justin Joy Calamba
Bien Palines
Danielle Marie Cortes
Sarah Ruth Navarro
Charissa Claireen Cruz
Kristen Danielle Manalo
Samantha Sachee Cruz
Harmija Lidasan
Khryzandre Jhem Dakis
Maria Jennifer Legaspi
Marrex Dulla
Ma Anne Garcia
Nehemiah Roland Francisco
SSLC is a partnership between Southville International School and Colleges and Las Piñas Doctors Hospital that offers allied medical courses. Now on its sixth year of operation, SSLC is succeeding in producing more graduates who are excellent and committed in their jobs as well as ethical in their practices.