SCHOOL OF NURSING AND ALLIED MEDICAL SCIENCES

HISTORY

Since the establishment of Holy Angel University in 1933, it has always looked at the needs of the community in planning and pursuing goals that would best serve the people. In 2003, the clamor to open a new course became a reality when the HAU Board of Trustees decided to poem the College of Nursing. With the University's excellent record and high academic standard, the first year enrollees sowed to 700. Dr. Marietta H. Gaddi, with her vast experience in leading a nursing college in Central Luzon became the right choice to be the Dean, with the able assistance of Mr. Christopher D. Guarin and Mrs. Isabel Q. Guarin. The very first faculty members were Mrs. Rohilda M. Mallari and Mrs. Elvira D. Chan. Mr. and Mrs. Guarin were appointed as chairpersons. In 2006, more faculty members were hired to accommodate the first to third year students.

The College of Nursing has consistently gained above the national passing percentage in the Nurse Licensure Examination (NLE). In 2007 and 2008, the College of Nursing was recognized to have the highest cumulative passing average in Central Luzon.

VISION

A premier provider of catholic–educated nursing and allied medical professionals

MISSION

To offer accessible quality nursing and allied medical science education that transforms students into conscientious, competent, and compassionate professionals

OBJECTIVES

  1. To provide an up-to-date nursing and allied health science education curriculum that will equip students with the knowledge, skills and attitude to make them competitive in diverse setting and adopt to constantly changing environment;
  2. To recruit and maintain academically and professionally qualified faculty who will make full use of teaching resources to shape and strengthen both classroom and related learning experiences; and
  3. To engage students, faculty and alumni in health-focused activities toward the promotion of personal and community health

Program Offerings

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

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Graduate

Master of Science in Nursing

Majors in:

  • Adult Health Nursing
  • Nursing Administration
  • Mother and Child Health Nuursing
  • Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing
  • Community Health Nursing
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Master of Science in Health Services Administration

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Administration and Staff

Dean
Prof. Al D. Biag, RN, MAN, MEd, EdD
Graduate Program Coordinator
Asst. Prof. Precious Jean M. Marquez, PhD, MSN, RN
Program Chairperson, Nursing
Asst. Prof. Noriel P. Calaguas, MSHSA, RN
Program Coordinator, Medical Technology
Asst. Prof. Jai Anthony F. Cuevas, RMT, MSHSA
Program Coordinator, Radiologic Technology
Asst. Prof. John Mark J. De Vera, MSHSA, RRT
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Community Health Nursing Coordinator
Asst. Prof. Lauro N. Linag, MAN, RN
Laboratory Assistant/Custodian
Carlo Joseph E. Salazar, RN, LPT
Secretary
Aileene P. Nucum

News & Announcements

SNAMS holds face-to-face clinical graduation for Class of 2022

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HAU-Nursing celebrates Filipino Nursing Diaspora Day 2022

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CSC leads SNAMS Community Extension Program

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