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Single Lady’s Funny Hugot Against McDonald’s Goes Viral




MANILA, Philippines - Since it’s the month of hearts, many brands are poised to feel the love by turning Valentine’s day into a sweet opportunity.

McDonald’s Valentine’s New Sweethearts
McDonald’s Valentine’s month offering has inspired a single lady to write a hugot-filled post.
PHOTO CREDIT: Facebook/Giselle dela Cruz
In order to create a long-lasting relationship with their consumers, brands have found unique ways to stand out in a sea of romantic-themed campaigns. Take for instance the fast food giant, McDonald’s. Known for coming up with products fit for every occasion, the popular fast food chain is currently offering love-inspired desserts called “The New Sweethearts”.

With this promo, sweethearts get to enjoy a pair of Red Velvet McFloat for only P55, while singles need to shell out P30. On other hand, a pair of Strawberry Kiss Oreo Sundae would cost P70 and a single order of it is P37.

McDonald’s promo favoring sweethearts has apparently inspired a single lady named Giselle Dela Cruz to write a hugot-filled post. The 22-year-old self-proclaimed NBSB (no boyfriend since birth) came up with the humorous post on her Facebook account last February 6 after seeing the limited edition dessert advertisement at McDonald’s in Glorietta.

Check out her hilarious hugot.

"Oo na! Ako nang walang boypren!" First time kong mapasigaw sa mall, at sa Glorietta pa. Paano napadaan ako sa...
Posted by Giselle Dela Cruz on Friday, February 5, 2016

In her interview with ABS-CBN News, the Communication Arts graduate revealed that she had no intention to offend McDonald’s. -Mini/The Summit Express



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Duterte’s slip of the tongue reveals his true character as 'anti-labor, fascist thug' - BMP




This is a press statement from Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino (BMP).

MANILA, Philippines - No, militant labor would not be spun around by Duterte’s spin doctors.

Mayor Rodrigo campaigns in Tondo.
Mayor Rodrigo campaigns in Tondo. Photo Credit: Rody Duterte Facebook page
His earlier promise to abolish contractualization is now exposed for what it truly is – a mere electoral gimmick not only to gain the support of the toiling masses, especially the 1.8 million-strong trade union movement but more so to attract the attention of capitalists who may bankroll his campaign.

It seems that the “ruse” has worked for Duterte and Cayetano. He now has the campaign kitty to match his well-funded rivals, especially Mar Roxas of the landed Roxas-Araneta clan. And at once, in order to reassure his financiers, he reveals his true character as a fascist and anti-labor thug.

May we remind Duterte that workers do not abuse their Constitutional rights to freedom of association and self-organization. It is the employers’ who exploit “management prerogative” when they bust unions, pay starvation wages, and employ cheap and docile labor through contractualization.

Mr. Duterte may feign ignorance. As a lawyer, he must know the legal concepts of social justice and human rights, especially the limitations to “property rights”. Workers form unions, not because they are provoked by radicals. They do so in order to enjoy the rights and standards that are enshrined in the Constitution, yet are wantonly disregarded by employers.

We will not allow Duterte, this time, to hide behind his favorite alibi of “hyperbole”. He had the gall to utter a not-so-thinly-veiled threat to unionism. We dare him to share the same harsh words to abusive capitalists and landowners who violate every letter and spirit of the Labor Code and the Agrarian Reform Law. But he will not. Like every dyed-in-the-wool fascist, he only plays upon popular discontent with trademark demagoguery yet he is afraid to displease the oligarchy – the very minority that oppresses the impoverished majority!

However, Duterte’s speech before his proclamation rally in Tondo revealed his bankrupt development agenda. He says, the country needs to entice investments for economic growth. How? By scaring the hell out of the trade union movement, i.e., by making workers surrender their rights to the altar of global capital. Cheap labor policy! It is the same neoliberal paradigm shared by post-Edsa 1986 governments. Yet, the Duterte-Cayetano camp continues to harp on its rhetoric of “change”.

Unfortunately for the outspoken mayor, history is not on the side of fascism. Duterte may temporarily reap from the desperation of a people that has not benefit from the so-called democracy that was restored by the Edsa revolts. But soon, the masses will grow tired of his heavy-handed rhetoric and realize that their emancipation from poverty and misery is in their hands, not in the iron gloves of wannabe messiahs.

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2016 Presidential Candidate Grace Poe: 16 Things You Need To Know (Infographic)




MANILA, Philippines - Banking on the stardom of her parents and the massive wave of encouragement from her supporters, Senator Grace Poe-Llamanzares has her eyes focused to take the key of Malacanan from President Benigno Aquino III.

Despite of criticisms being hurled towards Poe including plans to dislodge her at the presidential race, the more Poe is being hurt by her rivals, the more stronger the support she gets from the public as seen by her current status being the leader in various political surveys.

Cory's death produced another Aquino in the Malacanan back in 2010, are we going to see the fulfillment of FPJ's 2004 aspiration to have a Poe sitting in Malacanan this 2016? Take a look at the 16 interesting things you should need to know about presidential aspirant, Senator Mary Grace Poe-Llamanzares:

Presidential Candidate Grace Poe: 16 Things You Need To Know (Infographic)


1. Daughter of the King and Queen of Philippine Movies.

Showbiz royalty. Sen. Grace Poe was adopted by veteran actors FPJ and Ms. Susan Roces.
Showbiz royalty. Sen. Grace Poe was adopted by veteran actors FPJ and Ms. Susan Roces.
Photo credit: Philippine Star online
Raised by her parents, Fernando Poe Jr., a National Artist and veteran actress Susan Roces, Mary Grace Natividad Sonora Poe Llamanzares was born on September 3, 1968. It was the day where she was found at the Jaro Metropolitan Cathedral in Iloilo. Her birth date falls under the zodiac sign Virgo.

2. Highest number of votes last 2013 senatorial elections. (Video courtesy of Grace Poe Youtube account)



Poe made history by garnering the highest number of votes in Philippine election history. Her public charisma was translated into a total 20,337,327 number of votes during her successful 2013 senatorial run with total campaign expenses of PHP 123,605,341.27 million.

3. 1st Female Senator..
Senator Grace Poe in action.
Senator Grace Poe in action.
Photo credit: Philippine Daily Inquirer online
To chair the Committee on Public Order and Dangerous Drugs and is currently serving as the chairperson of the Committee on Public Information and Mass Media. Prior to his stint as a senator, Poe was the Chairman of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board. She is also the Vice-Chair of the Committees on Agriculture and Food as well as the Electoral Reforms and People's Participation.

4. Filed 198 legislations.

Poe during her proclamation to run for the presidency last September 2015.
Poe during her proclamation to run for the presidency last September 2015.
Photo credit: Grace Poe Facebook page
Comprising of 68 bills and 130 resolutions, Poe's legislative initiatives includes the amelioration of issues like social justice, child nutrition, industrial competitiveness, ecological protection, government modernization and graft and corruption.

5. 10th richest senator.

Grace Poe 10th richest senator.
Poe (sitting at the rightmost corner) is part of the 16th Congress and is the 10th richest senator last year.
Photo credit: Senate of the Philippines website
Poe was the 10th richest senator as of last year (2015) with an estimated net worth of PHP 89.5 million (as of 2014) with a bulk of it stemming from various investments and assets. That doesn't include the inheritance she got from the late FPJ due to the rule that 'in case of properties received gratuitously, e.g. donation or inheritance, no acquisition cost shall be declared' in declaring her assets. As of January 2016, Poe has already spent PHP 448,166,000 million on television ads alone for her 2016 run.

6. Lady in white of the senate.

Lady in white of the senate.
Ayusin Natin Ang Pilipinas (Let’s Improve The Philippines) became Poe’s latest campaign slogan in her recent political ads. Photo credit: Grabbed from Grace Poe’s Youtube account
Aside banking on the popularity of her parents, Poe was able to associate the color white as her political color. She currently has 10 white polo shirts and has made it a habit to wear clothes that bears the same color.

7. Boston College graduate.

Boston College graduate.
Poe graduate from Boston College with a degree in political science.
Photo credit: Philippine Star online
Senator Poe graduated with a degree in political science from the Boston College in Massachusetts, U.S.A. Prior to that she took BA Development Studies at the University of the Philippines (1986-1988) wherein she became a scholar for a year in the middle of her academic stint in UP.

8. As Ma'am Grace.

Grace as Teacher
Poe (left) as seen reading a story book in front of Badjao children.
Photo credit: Philippine Daily Inquirer online
Upon marrying his husband Teodoro Misael Vera Llamanzares, the senator lived a very ordinary life in the United States which is far from the glitz and glamour of Philippine show business. Poe worked as a preschool math and geography teacher and later on as a procurement liaison officer at the United States Geological Survey.

9. Captain Poe.

Captain Poe.
High school days with BFFs. Poe was revealed having an excellent oratorical skills while in Assumption.
Photo credit: Rappler
Poe completed her secondary studies at the Assumption College in Makati. During her tenure as a student in the said institution, she exuded outstanding oratorical skills enabling her to be named as Captain of the Assumption Debating Team.

10. A wide reader and a black belter in one.

Grace Poe Lifestyle Asia
Senator Grace Poe graces the August 2014 cover of Lifestyle Asia magazine.
Photo credit: Grace Poe Facebook page
Poe read all the books of David Baldacci who became her favorite author. Aside from Baldacci, Poe made it a habit to enrich herself by reading other literary works of various authors. By the way, the soft spoken senator is also inclined in sports, she in fact plays tennis and was snatching top spots in competitions as a taekwondo black belter back in high school!

11. Mother of three.

Grace Poe family
The Llamanzares. (Left to right) Husband Neil, Hanna, Nikka, Brian and Grace.
Photo credit: Newsflash.org
Despite the resistance coming from her parents, Poe made a firm decision to marry his husband Neil way back in 1991. Their marriage bore three children namely Brian, a former CNN Philippines reporter, Hanna and Nikka.

12. Rode the MRT.

Grace Poe Rode the MRT
Braving the MRT challenge. Poe is seen queuing in the line for two hours to take the MRT.
Photo credit: GMA News Facebook page

When she heard the outcry of the public to improve the current catastrophic condition of the metro's rail system, Poe herself rode the MRT in incognito, to experience how it’s like for an ordinary commuter to ride it. Poe's hands-on style in doing her work as a public servant gave her an ultimate media and political mileage for the past two years, allowing her to overtake the previous frontrunners in both presidential and vice presidential surveys.

13. Has two half-siblings.

Lovi Poe with Grace Poe
Poe sisters. Sen. Grace has two half-siblings namely Lovi and Ronian.
Photo credit: Philippine Star online
From Rowena Moran, a model and Ana Marin, an actress. Ronian Poe was Moran's offspring with FPJ while Lourdes Virginia, popularly known by her screen name Lovi, was Poe's half-sister to Marin. Poe admitted in previous interviews that she didn't grew up with her half-siblings.

14. Former child star.

Poe was also once a child star upon gracing some films of FPJ.
Poe was also once a child star upon gracing some films of FPJ.
Poe was also once a child star upon gracing some films of FPJ.
Photo credits: FPJ Da King Blogspot and Video48 Blogspot
Coming from a family with both parents being revered as the supreme icons of the entertainment industry, little Grace was once a child star. She made her silver screen debut via 'Durugin si Totoy Bato' top billed by the late FPJ. Poe made a mistake on that movie wherein she acted as a blind girl thinking that it was what she was supposed to be doing until later on she realized that it was actor Paquito Diaz who has to act as the blind man. She was also seen as a street child in an FPJ and Max Alvarado starrer entitled 'Dugo ng Bayan.'

15. Was named Grace.

It was Jaime Cardinal Sin who officiated the christening of young Grace.
It was Jaime Cardinal Sin who officiated the christening of young Grace.
Photo credit: ABS-CBN News online
By the parish priest who saw her in the church who believed that their unexpected discovery of her was a 'grace of God.' Then it was the late Jaime Cardinal Sin who christened Grace Poe while he was still the Archbishop of Jaro. Sin has been a popular figure in the Philippine society, being a charismatic figure of the Catholic church in the country and as an influential force in ousting the Marcos dictatorship in the successful People Power revolt of 1986.

16. Film tourism and anti-electoral fraud advocate.

Daddy’s girl. An old photo of the Poes gracing the Esquire magazine cover.
Daddy’s girl. An old photo of the Poes gracing the Esquire magazine cover.
Photo credit: ABS-CBN News online
With her showbiz roots, Poe has been advocating in the senate to make the Philippines as the next Film Tourism destination. Aside from that, the controversial loss of his father FPJ in the 2004 presidential elections due to allegations of tampering the election results by his closest rival, former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo made Poe to fight for the promotion of an honest election.

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Single? Senyora Santibañez’ bitter tweet is all you need this Valentine’s Day




Valentine’s day is fast approaching and for many people without a significant other, it’s another day of annoyance. If you think the upcoming Valentine’s day is an opportunity for you to vent out about being single on social media, then you probably need to read Senyora Santibañez rants on Twitter.

Senyora Santibañez’ bitter tweet is all you need this Valentine’s Day

Apparently, the social media star is among those irked by the dramatic displays of affection often observed during the holiday also known as Single Awareness day. With the help of several government agencies, Senyora is set to become the Grinch of Valentine’s day.

Our favorite Senyora, like most of us, don’t want to be alone on the overrated Hallmark holiday.


So she sought the help of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to clear out the way for those walking alone…


The social media star is one with the Department of Health (DOH) in the campaign against diabetes.


If the Department of Education (DepEd) follows Senyora’s advice, students will be doing a different kind of make-up this Valentine’s day.


Senyora Santibañez is trying to save you from the “drought” that El Niño has brought.


Indeed #SenyoraCares #SenyoraReallyCares.


-Mini/The Summit Express



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List of Passers: February 2016 Physical, Occupational Therapist (PT-OT) board exam results




Those awaiting results of February 2016 Physical Therapist (PT) and Occupational Therapist (OT) board exam can find here the full list of passers, top 10 (topnotchers), top performing schools and performance of schools as the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) officially released the results in 2 working days after the exam.

February 2016 Physical, Occupational Therapist (PT-OT) board exam results

PRC on Wednesday, February 10 announced that 521 out of 912 passed the Physical Therapist Licensure Examination and 55 out of 102 passed the Occupational Therapist Licensure Examination.

The Physical and Occupational Therapists (PT-OT) first board exam this year was administered on February 7 and 8 in the cities of Manila and Cebu.

The members of the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy who gave the licensure examinations are Pollyana G. Escano, Chairman; Raul G. Agustin, Bernadette M. Reyes, Delia R. Pabalan and Rolland Lyle D. Duque, Members.

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1 ABACAN, REINNER GUTIERREZ
2 ABAYAN, HAZELLA MARIE GELIG
3 ABLAZA, MAYOJADE JUMAWAN
4 ABOGADO, DINA PAMIS
5 ABOGADO, ROSS PAMIS
6 ABUEL, MORIA NAARAH BELBIS
7 ACAYLAR, RALF ROMULO MANAUG
8 ACENAS, ANTHONY PALARAN
9 ACERES, JOCELYN PAGADUAN
10 ACUROS, JOHN XAND KATIPUNAN
11 AGBUYA, JELLEN RUFO
12 AGPAOA, ALPHA ANDREA AGBAYANI
13 AGUILAR, CYNTHIA BORJA
14 AGUNOD, ROMAR JOHN MANAHAN
15 ALBANO, MA KRIS JOY MAMALA
16 ALBERTO, KARISSA PELEJO
17 ALBERTO, MA REGINE JANINE MAPAYE
18 ALBOR, BEVERLY BOLTIADOR
19 ALMARIO, AGNES TRAMBULO
20 ALMODIN, KENT LAURO ADO
21 ALMONTE, ASTRID MEGAN ALCUDIA
22 ALMONTE, MAREIA DIVINAH PATRICIA SENDING
23 ALVARO, ANA ANGELI DIAZ
24 ALVEYRA, ANALYN CRISTOBAL
25 AMBAYEC, JAN CAMILLE SALES
26 AMPARO, MATTHEW AGUILAR
27 ANADON, GISELLE MAE BACANI
28 ANCAJA, ANICIA ROSS DILAO
29 ANDALES, GERALDINE NENE
30 ANDRES, MARK PASCUA
31 ANIEL, RENEE ADIGUE
32 ANTARAN, ASHLEY BRAVO
33 ANTONIO, JUSTINE ALICE DE GUIA
34 APINADO, JADE EDLYN MAE VALLITE
35 APOLINARIO, ILENE AGUAS
36 APOLINARIO, MARIA EDELINA LIM
37 APOSTOL, DOMINGO III BALBA
38 APOSTOL, MARIA ANGELICA MONTAÑEZ
39 AQUINO, MARIA VICTORIA OASAN
40 ARANG, EIREN CUENCA
41 ARBOLEDA, KHAYE LOZANO
42 ARCILLA, ANGELICA CABRAL
43 ARGAO, GIANELLA ALECKZ DE GUZMAN
44 ARROZAL, MIGUEL FABURADA
45 ARTECHE, MARY JOY TWINKLE PRADO
46 ASINAS, CHARM EDELLIE VARGAS
47 AURE, KEVIN REYNOSO
48 AURELLANO, RUBY ANNE TAYLAN
49 AUSTRIA, SHAIRA JOY DELA ROSA
50 AVILES, FAYE ANN MARIE TAGLE
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51 AVILLA, TERRENCE JOYCE CATUBIG
52 AYQUE, SALVADOR JR BEGINO
53 BABARAN, CYNTHIA LAVARIAS
54 BADEO, DARIZA MAGBANUA
55 BAGALACSA, DONNA GUIRIBA
56 BAGONOC, KEVIN MIKHAIL REYES
57 BALAG, JHEZEL YABYABIN
58 BALANDRA, ANNE DOMINIQUE DURAN
59 BALDOMAR, REGINE ANNE ROSALES
60 BALDUEZA, KIP TRAVIS VALMORES
61 BANGLOY, FRELLY JAVIER
62 BARAQUIA, MARVIN CARPIO
63 BARREDO, ZARINA FAYE BALAJADIA
64 BARRERA, ROSEMARIE FULGENCIO
65 BARRO, JOFANNY INITAY
66 BARROQUILLO, ANGELA CARMINA QUIJANO
67 BARTOLOME, NICOLE VALERIE ALCORIZA
68 BASILIO, CHERRY BATI-AO
69 BATHAN, KRISTINE MARIE BALLERA
70 BAUTISTA, ELANIE HISTORILLO
71 BAUTISTA, GHIANNE ERICA MADERA
72 BAUTISTA, JOHN CHRISTIAN SY
73 BAYLOSIS, LYNDE MAE CASTRO
74 BENDICION, JOHNSON PEDERE
75 BERGADO, RIA CAMILLE BERSAMINA
76 BERNARDO, BRIAN CHRIS MIGUEL
77 BIDONG, AIMEE BEVERLY AMBE
78 BIE, JAYMART FLORES
79 BOLINAO, IVAN MIKHAIL CUNANAN
80 BOLIVAR, AVENA INOCENCIA TANDOG
81 BOMBEO, GENESIS MARK AMOGUIS
82 BOMBEO, JACOB MARK AMOGUIS
83 BONGOL, ROBERT PAUL PAREDES
84 BOQUIRON, JIM SIMON CAMORONGAN
85 BOUFFARD, GERALDINE JO TOBES
86 BRAULIO, DARREN TEODOSIO
87 BRESSETTE, ERL DANIEL
88 BRIONES, JOSE PAOLO BASTONA
89 BRUSOLA, SANDRA FATIMA ROBALE
90 BUSTAMANTE, ELLINE ISABELA CAÑETE
91 BUSTRIA, JERICHO LAUIGAN
92 BUZON, JOANNA PAULA MALLARI
93 CAASI, MARJONE NICOLAS
94 CABALES, JERICO FULGAR
95 CABANTOG, ERIC BERNARD ARINO
96 CABERTE, KEITH ROBERT CAMARGO
97 CABILIN, THERESA DUMLAO
98 CABRERA, CHARLYN LEE TOLENTINO
99 CAFINO, MARGELYN CADAO
100 CAGAMPAN, CARMELA VENTANILLA
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101 CAHILES, JAN MEL ESCUDERO
102 CALDERON, LUIS IV DE JESUS
103 CALILAP, KLAUDIA LOUISE MULLE
104 CANDASA, ANNA MIKHAILA KRISTIANA ORTILLO
105 CARDENAS, SHERNINE MARIE AMODIA
106 CARPIO, JOSEFINA MAE LAGRIMAS
107 CARRIDO, SANXEL CORSIGA
108 CASIÑO, KARLA LOUELLE TIMBOL
109 CASPE, HILLARE MARIE LANARIA
110 CASTILLO, INNA LAUREN MERCADO
111 CASTOR, RUBY JANE DELOS REYES
112 CASTRO, JOSHUA DIZON
113 CASTRO, STEPHANIE MARIE PARAS
114 CATANTAN, MARIAN MANZANO
115 CHAN, ARJIE GONZALES
116 CHAN, JANICA MARIE GO
117 CHAVEZ, LEE MARK MELITON
118 CHIO, JOANNE MAE TING
119 CHUA, KRIZIA MARIE SAUL
120 CHUA, TIMOTHY JOHN SY
121 CHUMACERA, THERESA ROSE YAO
122 CLAUDIO, MICHIKO FONTANOZA
123 CLERIGO, MA KRISTINA PALMES
124 CO, JEROME PATRICK DE GUIA
125 CODINA, BRYLLE ANTHONY DE LA TORRE
126 CONCEPCION, ANA LILY LAGARE
127 CONSTANTINO, MARK FRANCIS DELARMENTE
128 CONTRERAS, SHANNON LIM
129 CORRO, ANN CARISSE AVILA
130 CORT, ROBERT JOSEPH III SIBUG
131 CRUZ, JAN ALDWIN ORDOYO
132 CRUZ, PAULINA CORDERO
133 CRUZ, ROXANNE CAVA
134 CRUZ, STEPHANIE LOURDES FADRIGA
135 CRUZ, STEVEN ANGELO ENRIQUEZ
136 CUDIAMAT, JOEHARI DIEGO
137 CUNANAN, KIM CHRISTIAN PANGILINAN
138 CUSTODIO, ELROSE ANN MERCADO
139 CUSTODIO, OLIVER GERALI
140 DACIO, MA SAVINA PEREZ
141 DACUA, JOHN JIMBO VILANDO
142 DADIS, AIVY MARIE ASTILLA
143 DADIVAS, JANN JULIA MADRIA
144 DAVID, JANSENN RAY DAVID
145 DAVID, LAUREN ANNE FABELA
146 DE BELEN, KENNETH VILLANUEVA
147 DE GUZMAN, DON REQUE
148 DE GUZMAN, SHIELLA MARIE ANN CALIMLIM
149 DE LA CRUZ, CHARISSE MILITAR
150 DE LOS REYES, JOHN PATRICK GARGANERA
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151 DEL ESPIRITU SANTO, CARMELA EVANGELISTA
152 DEL ROSARIO, GEMMA DONATO
153 DELFINADO, ROSEMARIE ANDO
154 DELISO, VENISSE ANGELA PRIMA MONTALBO
155 DELOS REYES, JULIUS MENDOZA
156 DELOS REYES, JULIUS BRYAN GONZAGA
157 DELOS SANTOS, ABIGAIL DELA CRUZ
158 DEMILLO, PATRISCIA BIANCA CALVADORES
159 DEOCAMPO, RAINE MARIE ANN PLAGATA
160 DIAZ, MARIAN PIA SALORIO
161 DIEGO, DIANNE MAE ENRIQUEZ
162 DINO, WALTER JR PADIN
163 DOLDOLEA, JEYRAM MASONG
164 DOMANTAY, LOVELY REYES
165 DULLAS, MARK JULIUS TOMENIO
166 DUMLAO, JOSELLE GONZALES
167 DURIA, LEI ANNE MARCELO
168 DUTERTE, JOVEN NEL GABUTIN
169 DYKHENG, GRACE MICHELLE TOLENTINO
170 EBIAS, VANDYCK JOSEPH BOHOL
171 EL SOKKARY, JIHAN AMR HUSSEIN
172 ELAGO, LOURDES ROWENA DISONGLO
173 EMBERDA, JURISSA MITCH SALVALEON
174 ENDOZO, MILAN MALABANAN
175 ESCARIO, JANINE CAMILLE BREVA
176 ESCUETA, HAZEL DANICA TUSCANO
177 ESPEJO, MA ROCEL CLAIZA BALUYUT
178 ESTEBAN, ANGELITO JR CASIDSID
179 ESTEBAN, NOREEN VENTURA
180 ESTEPA, CLAUDETTE INES ANDREA FAUSTINO
181 EVANGELISTA, SHELLA NANIT
182 EVIDENTE, CHESTER QUIAMBAO
183 FACTOR, MANUELITO LIBO-ON
184 FAJARDO, SAMANTHA JANE SUAN
185 FAMA, JESSE GASENDO
186 FANTILAGAN, BERLIE ANDAYA
187 FARILLON, LEAH MAE FANCUBILA
188 FAVI, DECERIE HONRADA
189 FELICIANO, ERIKA GATDULA
190 FELIX, JAYANN FAYE DAMASO
191 FERNANDEZ, KENNY JUDE MICABANE
192 FERNANDO, JULIUS CAESAR PANGILINAN
193 FIDELIS, RONALIZA METRA
194 FIRMEZA, SHARAMEL ANN ALCANTARA
195 FLORENDO, ANGELO RAE SEBASTIAN
196 FLORES, CLINTON KALUBIRAN
197 FLORES, MARY JOYCE SAMBO
198 FOCAD, KIMBERLY AYEONA
199 FRANCISCO, CARL JOSEPH DITANGCO
200 FRANCISCO, ELLA LAINE BORNEO
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201 FUENTES, JAMES BRYAN YUBAC
202 GABRIELES, MADELYN AYROSO
203 GABRIOLA, CLYDESTER KELVIN MADERAZO
204 GADIA, ANGELA BIYO
205 GADIANA, RINA GRACE ASONIO
206 GADISTA, MARIA MICHELLE RAMOS
207 GALANTA, SHERWIN FLORES
208 GALON, CHRISTINE GARCELLANOSA
209 GARCES, MARLOU RUSSEL JR SORIANO
210 GARCIA, BRIGHTANNE ORZAL
211 GARCIA, GLENDA ANTIVO
212 GARCIA, MICHELLE ANNE FLORO
213 GARUPA, LEA ANN GUSTO
214 GASIDAN, MICHAEL BRIAN NECESITO
215 GEMPESAW, MARIE THERESE LORRAINE POBLETE
216 GENOGUIN, RALPH KEVIN MAPA
217 GENON, HAZEL ANGELI ABAD
218 GERONIMO, JEROME CARPIO
219 GICARAYA, MARLONNE JOHN GAAMIL
220 GO, BEATRIZ JANINE ECARMA
221 GO, WILSON MARIUS JR CABRERA
222 GOLE CRUZ, JOAN CLEMENTE
223 GOMEZ, JANELLE PANGILINAN
224 GOMEZ, MA CHARMAINE VILLANUEVA
225 GONZALES, IAN DOMINIC LAMPITOC
226 GONZALES, MARIA CRISTINA TRISTE
227 GREGORIO, IVEE ABLAN
228 GUARDAPAVO, JETHRO VON ERFE
229 GUBATANGA, APRIL JOY DELOSO
230 GUEVARA, STEPHANIE SERNA
231 HALLARE, CHRISTELLE MAE HERNANDEZ
232 HARO, THESSA MAE DE LA CRUZ
233 HENSON, NICOLLO LOZANO
234 HEQUIBAL, PIA CUA
235 HERNANDEZ, ABIGHAIL MICAH MISA
236 HERNANDEZ, DARLEEN ANICO
237 HERNANDEZ, GIULLIANI RAYMUNDO
238 HERNANDEZ, MAICA MANALO
239 HORDISTA, NICO MERRILL
240 IBARRA, BEVERLY ARRANGUEZ
241 ICO, CEDRIC JOHNN ALIAS
242 IGNACIO, MARVIN LOUIE SACLUTI
243 IGNACIO, RICHEL LAUREN ALARCON
244 INOCENCIO, RAY JEAN ANNE DELA CRUZ
245 ISIDRO, EDSEL HUFEMIA
246 JAVIER, GERONE ANDREA REYES
247 JAVIER, JUZELLE TUPAS
248 JOCSON, LORENZ FABIAN
249 JORNACION, EISEL BINAS-O
250 JUAREZ, CIRILLE ANNE GAZO
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251 JUATAS, SIGOURNEY FLOYD GUBRIAN
252 JULIAN, ARLENE RIVERA
253 KANSI, HAMMED ALI PENDONG
254 KARAMIHAN, GIO CELBERT YUMUL
255 KUA, CARL THADDEUS PANGILINAN
256 LABAJO, JULIE ANN VITOR
257 LABIAL, CHRISTINA YVONNE MUGOT
258 LACRA, MARIELLA SHEILLA MARIE CAMPOSANO
259 LACSINA, DAVID MAMDOH BALUYOT
260 LAGARTO, EDMON PALITA
261 LAGURA, TRIXY CLAIRE ORIÑO
262 LAKAS, AILLENE JHERIELLE LEGASPI
263 LALONG-ISIP, KATRINA PANELA
264 LANTIN, ANDRE NICOLE KATIGBAK
265 LAPEÑA, RAY ROSETE
266 LAPUT, PATRICK CAPACITE
267 LARAWAN, JAMIE LEE TALILI
268 LARIEGO, KAYE ARROJO
269 LASTIMOSO, MARK DOMINIC NALDOZA
270 LAT, PAULA BEATRICE DE LEON
271 LAZO, LLOYD GARTHY CUISON
272 LAZO, SANDRA MICHELLE AMANO
273 LIBIRAN, STEPHANIE DAVID
274 LIBRERO, DAPHNE LEN TADAS
275 LIM, AMANDA MARIE GENIEBLA
276 LIM, JON STEVENSON TIU TAN
277 LIM, RONNEL NICOLE TE
278 LIMJOCO, MATTHEW BERNARD SAN JUAN
279 LINTAG, NICOLE MARIE MANALANSAN
280 LLANES, JUSTINE ANNE RAFANAN
281 LOCSIN, PAULINE ANGELI CALDERA
282 LOQUINARIO, ARVIN MAGSAYO
283 LOYOLA, JENSSEN JOSEPH CAPON
284 LUCERO, SHERWIN ANDREW MOLINA
285 LUMANOG, NICOLE ANNE DELA CRUZ
286 LUMANTAO, NIKOLE MARIE RIVERA
287 MABATID, ELLEN JAY PALACIO
288 MAESTRADO, CATHERINE PAJO
289 MAGALING, ROENZMENGIE PASALO
290 MAGDUA, DIANNE MATUGUINA
291 MAGSINO, HILARIO JR ROBLES
292 MALABAD, ALEA ROSE VILLAVERDE
293 MALACAY, MARY JOE CORREOS
294 MALAPIT, RUTH DEBORAH PASTRANA
295 MALLARI, JOHN MICHAEL YUMUL
296 MALLARI, MARK JOLLY TAN
297 MANALANG, ROMAINE JAYNEL CALIXTO
298 MANALATA, KRIZIA PLATA
299 MANALO, MIKHAIL GATDULA
300 MANGAPAC, LORENA LANIGAN
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301 MANLUTAC, JESSIE ANNE
302 MANSET, RAIZA MALIJAN
303 MANUEL, BRYAN BACANTO
304 MANUEL, CLARIZE LATAG
305 MANUEL, MARY MAXINE ROBIS
306 MARANAN, ERNELLE NICOLE BAUSA
307 MARQUEZ, LORD CHESNEY VICENTE
308 MARTILLANO, AILEEN MAE VEA
309 MARTIN, DIANANTE ALCANTARA
310 MARTIN, MAROLE CLARIZ OLEDAN
311 MARTOS, KYLE VINCENT
312 MARVIDA, MARVY PAZ
313 MASIBAG, FRANCIS JAY CARBA
314 MATANGUIHAN, ALVIN GUEVARRA
315 MATANGUIHAN, CARL OWEN SILVA
316 MATRIMONIO, JANE DELA CRUZ
317 MEJARES, IVAR BORRES
318 MEJIA, BON HESLEY DANGANAN
319 MEJIA, JACK RANDOLF MENESES
320 MEL, MAYA ANGELOU NARIO
321 MENDOZA, KENDRICK NAVARRO
322 MENDOZA, MA CARMELA LUCIDO
323 MENDOZA, NIKI JOHN ELIAS
324 MERCADO, CLAUDINE BAYANI
325 MERCADO, REGINA ROSE PAULO
326 MERCADO, ROMELITA SANTOS
327 MERCADO, SAMANTHA NISPEROS
328 MILANES, JUNGIE ONREJAS
329 MILLARES, WILLIAM PAUL MARTINEZ
330 MIZUKAMI, AIRISU CASTRO
331 MOCAM, DARYL FRANZ YAP
332 MOGELLO, LUCY ANN BASIYA
333 MONTEALTO, MARIA KATHRINNA CORTEZ
334 MONTILLA, NIKKO LUNA
335 MONTINOLA, EDUARDO FEDERICO III WONG
336 MORADO, JOHN MICHAEL CARAIG
337 MORAN, RIEL RYAN DELA CALZADA
338 MOSQUERA, IRISH SEPULVIDA
339 MULA CRUZ, MIRRIAM ACOLICOL
340 NAGUN, MERVIN TENORIO
341 NALZARO, ELDRIDGE ROY DUCANTE
342 NANQUIL, LOUSINDA POYAOAN
343 NAVA, KATHLEEN SUAREZ
344 NICOLAS, ERIKA JEUNE ENCARNADO
345 NICOLAS, JOYCE GRAPA
346 NONOG, KRISTINE JOY ESTIMADA
347 NORMAL, JAN LORENZE ESGUERRA
348 NUAS, ANNABEL MARANAN
349 NUNAG, MARIANNE DELA PAZ
350 OANI, WENDELL VEGAFRIA
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351 OBERES, JASTINE MIREN CALIMBAS
352 OBOY, LESTER FRANZ AVANZADO
353 OCAMPO, KIM PAMINTUAN
354 OCTAVIANO, ELCEE JOIE GAQUIT
355 OLLESCA, IRA CORAZON ONG
356 OMPOD, RAMONCITO FUNTILAR
357 ONG, BRYAN WILLIAM SANTOS
358 ONG, JUSTINE ARON GOLEZ
359 ORAG, ELEZA LAZANAS
360 ORTALIZ, JOAN FRANCIS
361 PABILONA, EUNICE RAMIREZ
362 PABLO, MARY GRACE EFA
363 PACE, MARIAN FATIMA ABUDA
364 PADAOAN, JOHN JOSEPH AVILES
365 PADUA, JEANMARIE ALCONES
366 PAGDANGANAN, MARIE ANGELA BAYRON
367 PALABAY, JANIKA BONIFACIO
368 PALCONE, CHRISTINE JOYCE MAPA
369 PAMINIANO, JANGGALA NAVOR
370 PAMINTUAN, JANINE LIWANAG
371 PANERGO, ELAINE TUCAY
372 PANGAN, KATHERINE JOYCE DACANAY
373 PAPA, DEX CABASAAN
374 PARAAN, EZRA ROLLAND PUGAL
375 PARIÑA, GERALDINE MAE DELA CRUZ
376 PASCUAL, REYNOLD BALINGASA
377 PATRICIO, KAREN HIEZL MONIQUE PAVO
378 PAULE, MERCY BALBUENA
379 PAULE, MICHAEL ECLARINAL
380 PE, KEAN GRACE PALAYON
381 PEREZ, CHRISTIAN KENNETH DESIDERIO
382 PEREZ, PATRIZIA MAE CHICOTE
383 PERONILLA, JESUBIELIN CUSTODIO
384 PESIGAN, INNAH PATRICIA CODIÑERA
385 PEÑAFLOR, JANICE ERAN
386 PILI, CHRISTINE LARAMAE FUTALAN
387 PO, JESSELLE LORRAINE TRINIDAD
388 PONCE, KATHLEEN KAYE MIRANDA
389 PONSARAN, JESNIN TUVILLEJA
390 PUBLICO, AIKO TIDOY
391 PUGUAN, KATRINA DIANE BALAQUIOT
392 PURISIMA, VENEDICT EARL MACARAT
393 PUYOT, ARNOLD BALETE
394 RABANAL, DARYLL DIAZ
395 RAFIO, JAHANNE MIRALLES
396 RAMIREZ, RUSSELLE ANDAL
397 RAMOS, GUCCIMAE
398 RANGCAPAN, HAZEL LIBED
399 RAÑOLA, DON MARDY GALIDO
400 REGACHO, FATIMA MANUZON
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401 REICH-LAMBAYAN, ERICA JEAN CINCO
402 REJUSO, JYMPLE MARIE JAO
403 RELUYA, JOHN PAUL VENTOLERO
404 REMEDIO, BILLY JOHN INOCIAN
405 REPULDA, GISEL BITAS
406 RESUS, JAMARE ROSE EUSEBIO
407 RIBO, CARL CESAR FAELNAR
408 RIVERA, ARIANNE GRACE CORTEZ
409 RIVERA, PAULINE RAY SAN ANDRES
410 ROCAFORT, NICHOLE ANN REMIGIO
411 ROCAMORA, CLYDE TOLEDO
412 RODRIGUEZ, SUSHMITA MARIE CABRIGAS
413 ROMERO, EREIN JANE LUNOD
414 ROPERO, MIE-ANN BISA
415 ROQUE, NICSON GERARD PELLAS
416 ROSALES, ANNA DOMINIQUE VALENCIA
417 ROSALES, EUNICE HAZEL ALBA
418 ROSETE, NIÑO CARCIDO
419 ROSETE, ROECHELLE MAE PILAPIL
420 ROVILLOS, MA LAARNI PADUA
421 ROXAS, JUNIELLE KATRINA LEE
422 SABANDAL, NANCY KAREN PAETE
423 SABIO, JOHN NICOLE SANTOS
424 SACARE, AILYN RONCALES
425 SAGMIT, NIKKI MARIE BUGARIN
426 SALENGA, DANICA MARI VILLANUEVA
427 SALES, MA KARLOTTA VALENA
428 SALVACION, REYSAN ATREJENIO
429 SALVANIA, ROSSANA CHUA
430 SAMSON, JHOANNS JOSE ARANEZ
431 SANIEL, VAN ALDRICH MARAVILLA
432 SANQUE, MELANIE LUMBRES
433 SANTE, JOANNAH PAULINE LOZANO
434 SANTIAGO, REYNALYN BUCAL
435 SANTOS, CLARIZ ARNESTO
436 SANTOS, EDGAR JOSEPH DALANGIN
437 SANTOS, ERIKA KATRINA DIYCO
438 SANTOS, PATRICK DENIESE PAYABAN
439 SANTOS, SHIN MALLARI
440 SARDINA, JENNY LYNN AREVALO
441 SARMIENTO, FREDERICK JERIC FAJATIN
442 SARMIENTO, PAOLO JUDEN VILLANUEVA
443 SASAN, JUSTINE MABANAG
444 SAYANG-OD, SHEENA SALONGA
445 SEBASTIAN, CHRISTINE JOY MONTA
446 SENECA, GWYNITH ESPAÑOLA
447 SENILLO, DANIEL SALANGSANG
448 SEVERINO, MICHAEL JR TIGLAO
449 SEVILLENO, GENEVA LYN ALOLOR
450 SEÑORON, MARK WILSON SABORDO
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451 SI, ANNE JOSETTE PARO-AN
452 SIAPNO, SHARLAINE MAE CALIMLIM
453 SIERRA, BERNADETTE HIZON
454 SILAO, JONATHAN LATOJA
455 SILAO, KLARICE JANE ABUEVA
456 SIMONDAC, NENNETTE MANALO
457 SIMPAO, JUSTIN LAURENCE FIGUERRES
458 SINGALIVO, ARA MAE HAMOY
459 SINNUNG, DIANNE JOIE MELAD
460 SOBREVIÑAS, SHERRY ANNE DE JESUS
461 SOLANA, NACE SUE ABAO
462 SOLANCHO, MA CLAUDETTE LO
463 SOLIS, DANN MAIKO VALDEZ
464 SORIANO, JEROME AQUINO
465 STO DOMINGO, CHARYL JANE BUCUD
466 SUAREZ, JOHNLERRY ESTOROSAS
467 SUGNAN, ROMNICK AREVALO
468 SULEIK, DANIELLE ANNE MONTOYA
469 SULIT, KEITH CANDYD MUTUC
470 SUMAGIT, JAMES CARLO GASPAR
471 SYYAP, ANTONIO JR TRAJANO
472 TABANAO, JOHN EARL VAL DELURIA
473 TACADENA, KYLE LORRAINE ANN ANGAWA
474 TADENA, FRITZ ANNE MARGARETTE ELLASUS
475 TAGALOG, CRISZA CALIXTRO
476 TALON, LYNETTE GRACE AGCAOILI
477 TAN, CHRISTINE JOY ROLDAN
478 TAN, CRIS LAWRENCE
479 TAN, GENE VINCENT DIAZ
480 TAN, MICAH JAHZIEL BUENAFE
481 TECSON, LEMMORE JOHN QUINAGON
482 TECSON, LEONARD PAULO CARRENO
483 TEPACE, MARY GRACE ZOLETA
484 TESTA, JULIE JANE GUIRIGAY
485 TIU, CHRISTL JAN SANTOS
486 TOLENTINO, KATRINA FAYE DE GUZMAN
487 TONOLETE, DARWIN PAUL SY
488 TORRES, JONWEL BALBIN
489 TRINIDAD, MARIA PAULINE MICHELLE GATCHALIAN
490 TRIUNFANTE, JAKE REANTILLO
491 TUBIG, RAMON JERIKO
492 TULIAO, VANESSA MARIE BATUGAL
493 TUMACA, ROXETTE CABASAAN
494 TUMULAK, ROLIE MIRANDA
495 UBAY, JHOANNA MAE ORBISTA
496 UBIDO, JOHN CARLO PANGAN
497 UY, JUMARIE ANDIONE CAAYON
498 UY, KRYSTLE GAIL MACARANAS
499 UY, MARTIN LOUIE JUANICO
500 UYTICO, AMER-ERM OLIVEROS
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501 VALDERUEDA, ADRIAN BAUTISTA
502 VALDEZ, ROBERT TIQUE
503 VALE, VENELYN CAMPOS
504 VALMORES, KISHE EBARDO
505 VASQUEZ, DIVINA GRACE BUCOY
506 VELASCO, AIZEL DENCI CATANGAY
507 VERZOSA, CHRISTIAN OLIVER RABARA
508 VICERA, BRENN REVIL
509 VICTORIA, RES JAMAE FLORALDE
510 VIDUYA, MARK KEVIN OLLER
511 VILLAMOR, CHRISTIAN KEVIN AMIGABLE
512 VILLANUEVA, NICASIO JR AUSTRIA
513 VILLARIDO, JOHAN PORTIA SELERIO
514 VILLARIN, MARY GRACE PASAOL
515 VILLENA, BIANCA RODRIGUEZ
516 VIVERO, ARLYN SOLIS
517 WARAS, REEMA LAUDIN
518 WILWAYCO, JAMES DANIEL SALVANERA
519 YAP, JOHN PATRICK
520 YCOY, MA BIANCA
521 ZAMORA, JOSEPHINE VILLAMOR
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1 AGUADO, MARIE LEONISE TOLENTINO
2 AGUHOB, PAULYNNE ANGELIE TIMOGAN
3 ARADA, MARY JOELINE DE JESUS
4 BALITON, ROI BERNARD PATIAG
5 BANAL, MICHELLE ANN CARAAN
6 BARRIENTOS, JILL ABOLENCIA
7 BASSIG, JOSA CAMILLE AGUDA
8 BLANCO, NANIE ROSE MARIEN BISA
9 BRAGA, HENNI RAE BELEN
10 BROZAS, ALYSSA CANDARI
11 CAABAY, ERMAR ALFONSO
12 CAHANDING, NATHALIE ROCELLE WEBER
13 CARDOZA, GLEXCIE JAZZ OROSIO
14 CASIÑO, MEGI PALMA
15 CASTILLONES, TRICIANN MAE GRANA
16 CUA, MARY JOYCE REYES
17 CUETO, SOFIA ROSIEL MACATANGAY
18 DELA ROSA, JOLIENE SARCO
19 DIEZ, MONIQUE JAKOSALEM
20 ENRIQUEZ, DAYANARA COMAINGKING
21 ESQUIVIAS, MARIA SHAULA PALMA
22 EVANGELISTA, MA ROMANA GENEVA CAMARA
23 GARZON, JOHN BERNARD GALES
24 GUBIO, KRISLEY VETTA ARCO
25 GUINTO, JOEYLYNE COREEN TORIO
26 IGNACIO, SHEKINAH GRACE CASTILLEJO
27 JUBILAN, NOVA MAE CUI
28 LATADA, MARINAR FE CASTILLON
29 LIBROJO, SHARMAINE MOJADO
30 LIM, LENZ EARL QUINTOS
31 LOYOLA, KRISTINE JOY EUNICE VALDEZ
32 MAGPILI, AYRA BIANCA MANTUANO
33 MANALOTO, JEZTINE CASSANDRA CALISAY
34 MANAWATAO, INJA VICTORIA SABANDO
35 MANDAC, EMILY LORRAINE AGUINALDO
36 MEMBRERE, INGRID MAE GANAL
37 MILLAN, KATRINA ISABEL IMAMURA
38 MONTEMAYOR, ANNA SOPHIA CELESTE
39 NAVA, RUSHEL FRANCO
40 PALMA, MELODY JOY NASTOR
41 PANOTES, ARDEN ASTILLERO
42 PEREZ, ISLEY ANNE GUNIO
43 PERLAS, DIANNE IVORY DIEZ
44 PEÑAS, DIANNE SHARINA MAYAMAYA
45 QUEMADO, KRISHNA LOUNILENN GALVE
46 QUIRIT, JANNIE LYNN CORPUS
47 RABACCA, GUIA ALLYZA DE LEON
48 RAMOS, RON ERVIN NUBLA
49 SANTOS, LOUISE ANGELINE CACAL
50 TIZON, RALPH PATT CHRISTIAN YANGZON
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51 VILLANUEVA, ALEXIA VIA ANDRES
52 VILLANUEVA, VERNEDETTE JHOY MAGNAYON
53 VILLON, JAY ALLEN BAJAR
54 WALES, JULLIE VON ODEJERTE
55 WEE, KRISHA CHIU
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Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on February 17 to 19, 2016. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2016-2019.

Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER, PRC said.

PT-OT examination covered the following subjects: basic sciences, medical and surgical condition and pathology (Day 1) and physical therapy applications, electrotherapy, therapeutics exercises and principles rehabilitation and hydrotherapy (Day 2).

In February 2015 exams, results were released online in 3 working days. PRC announced that 412 out of 766 passed the Physical Therapist exams while 54 out of 87 passed the Occupational Therapist board exams.

In August 2015, official results were announced in 2 working days. PRC named 550 out of 868 who have passed the Physical Therapist Licensure Examination and 107 out of 170 passed the Occupational Therapist Licensure Examination.

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Hospital allegedly refused admission of patient in critical condition due to lack of cash




MANILA, Philippines - A hospital in Molino, Bacoor City in Cavite allegedly refused to admit a patient in critical condition due to lack of cash.

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Southeast Asian Medical Center allegedly refused to admit a patient in critical condition due to lack of cash.
PHOTO CREDIT: http://www.southeastasianhospital.com
In a lengthy Facebook post, Eleazar Lagasca Del Rosario revealed that his father rushed his mother to Southeast Asian Medical Center on Saturday, February 6, after the latter experienced numbness in her left arm and leg as well as high blood pressure. Since the said hospital was the nearest medical facility to their village, Del Rosario’s father together with their driver/neighbor brought Del Rosario’s mother there.

After seeing the result of his mother’s ECG test, the doctor advised to have her transferred to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for a closer observation. His father was then instructed to go to the admission window where he was required to pay a downpayment of P40,000.

Unfortunately, Del Rosario’s father only had P10,000 at that time and would have to go home to get extra cash. Aware that his wife was in critical condition, Del Rosario’s father asked the admission staff to accept his money and promised to settle the balance as soon as possible by returning home to get extra cash.

“In fact, he just asked that my mother be given urgent medical attention and he could settle the rest of the "required downpayment" later, considering that my father has the capacity to pay,” Del Rosario write.

Sadly, the staff did not grant the request of Del Rosario’s father and refused to admit the patient to the ICU. According to the staff, they were following the hospital’s protocol: “no downpayment, no admission.”

Furthermore, the attending doctor also echoed the remarks of the admission staff and even advised Del Rosario’s father to transfer the patient to a public hospital or a charity ward of another private hospital.

The doctor allegedly told Del Rosari’s father: “Hindi naman ho sa minamata ko kayo ha, kakayanin niyo ho ba magbayad?”

(We’re not discriminating you, but do you have the capacity to pay?)

Del Rosario’s father had no choice but to take his wife out of the hospital since the doctor also refused to let the former leave the patient at the hospital. According to the doctor, patients should only be accompanied by their relatives during admission based on the hospital’s policy.

Although Del Rosario’s mother was transferred to a hospital in a nearby city, she suffered a stroke on the same night.

Based on Republic Act 8344, any hospital that refused to give appropriate medical treatment as well as support in emergency or serious cases will be penalized.

“In emergency or serious cases, it shall be unlawful for any proprietor, president, director, manager or any other officer, and/or medical practitioner or employee of a hospital or medical clinic to request, solicit, demand or accept any deposit or any other form of advance payment as a prerequisite for confinement or medical treatment of a patient in such hospital or medical clinic or to refuse to administer medical treatment and support as dictated by good practice of medicine to prevent death or permanent disability.”

As of press time, the management of Southeast Asian Medical Center, Inc. has not yet issued a statement regarding Del Rosario’s allegations.

Check out Del Rosario’s full story.

CALLING THE ATTENTION OF Department of Health (Philippines):It was around 10PM last Saturday when my mother was rushed...
Posted by Eleazar Lagasca Del Rosario on Monday, February 8, 2016

-Mini/The Summit Express



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Ricky Reyes camp says former employee with HIV “distorted truth” in discrimination case




MANILA, Philippines - Days after celebrity hairstylist and salon chain owner Ricky Reyes was found guilty of “discrimination and unlawful termination” of Renato Nocos, a former employee who tested positive for HIV, his camp has decided to break their silence about the issue.

Ricky Reyes loses in discrimination case filed by an HIV positive former employee.
Ricky Reyes loses in discrimination case filed by an HIV positive former employee.
Photo Credit: Gandang Ricky Reyes TODO Na.
In a decision made by the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC) on Saturday, February 6, Reyes’s company Ricky Reyes Corporation was ordered to reinstate Nocos and pay him back salary, benefits, differentials, emergency cost of living allowances, 13th month pay, separation pay and attorney’s fees amounting to P615,313.06.

“HIV illness is not highly contagious and it is not transmitted through touching, hugging, sneezing, coughing, eating or drinking common utensils or being around an infected person. Thus, the means by which they (Reyes et al) tried to protect their other employees and customers unduly trampled upon the rights of the complainant,” the decision of the NLRC said as quoted by Associated Labor Unions-Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (ALU-TUCP).

But according to the counsel of Ricky Reyes Corp., Marcos Estrada, Reyes appealed the ruling handed down by the NLRC. The Reyes camp insisted that Nocos “distorted the truth”.

Estrada stressed that the company had actually shouldered Nocos’ treatment for pulmonary tuberculosis in 2013 based on the diagnosis he presented to the company at that time. Nocos was asked to go on sick leave with pay and obtain a medical certificate showing that he was still fit to work.

When Nocos returned for work with the medical certificate, he was reassigned to a salon branch on España, Manila. However, Reyes’s business partner Tonneth Moreno noticed Nocos was still coughing prompting him to ask how the employee was able to get a medical certificate declaring him fit.

“It was then that he admitted he also had HIV and that he didn’t tell his doctor he had HIV,” Estrada explained.

As a result, Nocos was asked to take a paid leave and obtain another medical clearance indicating he was fit to work. But according to Reyes’s camp, Nocos didn’t return and went directly to the NLRC to file the complaint.

Estrada added that there’s no reason for Nocos to be dismissed if he was able to come up with a medical clearance saying he was HIV positive since the disease isn’t as contagious as tuberculosis.

Reyes’s lawyer also accused ALU-TUCP of politicking and using Nocos to “boost their candidacy” in the upcoming elections this May. The Reyes camp, according to Estrada, is considering a damage suit against the labor group running in the party-list elections. -Mini/The Summit Express



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