Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health (ASMPH)
Opened in 2007, The Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health pioneered an innovative curriculum to form outstanding clinicians, dynamic leaders and social catalysts. Graduates are conferred a joint MD-MBA with the Ateneo Graduate School of Business.
The ASMPH graduate is rooted in Ignatian spirituality and the mission to transform the health system ad majorem Dei gloriam. S/he is the doctor of the future with skills to care for individual patients and to undertake public health solutions to address health and social problems.
The first 3 batches numbering 255 graduates have gone forth to become clinical specialists, public health practitioners, government civil servants, academics and researchers.
The ASMPH is an institution that seeks to be a leader in redefining health and how health is accessed and delivered in the country.
As such, it will serve as a catalyst for systemic, systematic, and structural changes in the health sector by producing graduates who are physician-leaders.
ASMPH will be at the frontline of the university’s efforts in contributing to nation-building, particularly in addressing the poverty challenge.
In all of the above, the ASMPH is animated by the Jesuit, Catholic, and Filipino character of the Ateneo de Manila University
The Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health seeks to form, educate, train, and field physician-leaders who will actively catalyze and take charge of the process of affecting and effecting systemic changes in society through the health sector.
ASMPH Institutional Values
The Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health seeks to nurture its faculty and students within an environment driven by specific institutional values; a culture which supports thought, belief and action towards the ASMPH vision.
• Synergy, Rigor, Continuous Learning, Integrity, Cura Personalis (Other-centerdness)
In this manner, the ASMPH doctor embodies the competencies and features of the FIVE STAR DOCTOR – Health Care Provider, Decision Maker, Communicator, Community Leader and Manager.
The Ateneo Doctor: The Doctor of the Future
• An OUTSTANDING CLINICIAN with mastery of clinical skills and compassion to care for the health needs of the individual.
• A DYNAMIC LEADER with the expertise to bring systems and resources together to enable the clinician to practice his craft.
• A SOCIAL CATALYST with the leadership competencies to systematically solve the systemic problems of ill-health and poverty and make quality health care available and working for all.
Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health
Don Eugenio Lopez Sr. Medical Complex
Ortigas Avenue 1604
Pasig City, Philippines Fax No.: (632) 706 3174
Trunkline: (632) 706-3085 to 87
Fax No.: (632) 706-3174 (for all offices)
Tel. No.: (632) 635-9804, 706-3085 to 87, local 3003
REGISTRAR AND ADMISSIONS OFFICE
Tel. No.: (632) 706-3085 to 87, local 3012
ACCOUNTING OFFICE (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays only)
Tel. No.: 706-3085 to 87, local 3029
CASHIER'S OFFICE (payment days only)
Tel. No.: 706-3085 to 87, local 3013 or 3014
Tel. No.: 706-3085 to 87, local 3026
TRANSITION SUMMER PROGRAM
The Transition Summer Program is a four-week program that aims to introduce the basic concepts of Public Health, Management, and Leadership within the context of medicine. The program is composed of the following modules: Public Health, Fieldwork, Management, Leadership and Group Dynamics.All non-BS Health Sciences graduates (from the Loyola Schools-Ateneo de Manila University) are required to pass ALL modules. All BS Health Sciences graduates are required to pass the Management, Leadership and Group Dynamics modules. Any student who will obtain a failing grade in any of the modules will automatically be dropped from the program and will no longer be allowed to enroll for the First Semester.
Non-attendance and unnecessary absences in the Transition Summer Program may also mean dismissal from ASMPH.
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