Mary Chiles College: Present Times
1985. After the passing away of Dr. Mariano Florendo in 1985, the task of overseeing the growth and management of the hospital and school was then passed down to the able hands of his three children, the present Administrators, who serve as the driving force of Mary Chiles College – Dr. Rolando A. Florendo, the Director, Dr. Vanessa Florendo-Santos, the College Administrator, and Dr. Eduardo A. Florendo, the Hospital Administrator.
1989. In 1989, Mrs. Estrella Diasen became the Dean of the College of Nursing. The school then had a total of 1,200 population with an average of 400 student graduates every year.
That same year, Mrs. Josephine Hipolito was appointed as Principal of the School of Midwifery and was able to produce two third placers in the Midwifery Licensure Examination – Ms. Marina Concepcion in 1989, and Ms. Jo Ann Velasco in 1990.
Mrs. Zenaida Garay became the first Guidance Counselor that same year. Mrs. Rose Marie Acebedo assumed the Principal position of the Midwifery Department in 1994.
2000. In 2000, Mrs. Emily R. Aquino, the current Dean, took over the Deanship in the College of Nursing and spearheaded several significant changes in the educational system of the Nursing Department. Our College of Nursing today is enjoying above the national passing rate in the Nurse Licensure Examination and is continuously striving to steadily raise its standards in order to live up to its vision of producing excellent graduates thru the next 100 years.
2002. It was in the year 2002 when Mary Chiles College of Nursing produced again a fifth placer in the Nurse Licensure Examination in the person of Mr. Kurtz Rasos.
In the same year, The Caregiver Training Program started operations under the initiative and supervision of Mrs. Rose Marie Acebedo.
2005. In 2005, three student organizations were organized and recognized officially:
The Senior’s Assembly, the official student council which was organized by the graduating class with Mrs. Rosie Cabañero as the first adviser.
The Chilean Whitelighter, the official student publication of Mary Chiles College and was pioneered by the BSN Class 2007 with Mrs. Marivic Celoso- Diaz and Mr. Wilson Morano as the advisers.
The Red Cross Youth Council, Mary Chiles College Chapter was re-activated with Mrs. Flora Lianza, the College librarian as the adviser.
2010. In 2010, Ms. Mary Rose Florendo Jimenez joined the College as its Assistant College Administrator. She has served as the driving force behind the physical renovations and program expansions in the College. Ms. Mary Rose Florendo-Jimenez also initiated the organization and official recognition of the Mary Chiles College Alumni Association with Mrs. Ma. Luisa N. Palmos serving as its first President.
2011. In 2011 the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy was officially recognized by the CHED with Dr. Percival Pangilinan as the first Dean and Mrs. Amelia Peji as the Clinical Coordinator.
This year the Midwifery Department produced again a fifth placer in the person of Ms. Rosilyn C. Gaw.
2013. Year 2013, Mary Chiles College was granted the CHED Permit to operate its Bachelor’s Program in Midwifery with Mrs. Rose Marie Acebedo as the first Dean. The college is one of the few schools in the country that offer the BS in Midwifery Program.
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