SWU Phinma to open mock hospital

Southwestern University (SWU) Phinma reinforces its reputation of providing high-quality professional education through the construction and renovation of school facilities designed for students to become the best that they can be.

One of these facilities is the soon-to-rise School of Health and Allied Health Sciences (SHAHS) Mock Hospital which will provide hands-on training and learning experience to SWU Phinma students aspiring to become world-class global members of the healthcare industry.

The SHAHS Mock Hospital will feature nurses stations, emergency rooms, laboratories and medical rooms, complementing the education of students enrolled in the wide range of healthcare programs at SWU Phinma under SHAHS including Nursing, Medical Technology, Radiologic Technology, Pharmacy, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Sports Science and Physical Therapy.

Other highlights of the SHAHS Mock Hospital include a surgical room, a medical room, obstetrics and gynecology room, pediatrics room, treatment room, emergency room, isolation room, neonatal intensive care unit, delivery room, intensive care unit, operating room, x-ray laboratory, Nursing Arts laboratory and a big classroom, among many others.

SWU Phinma has allocated P32 million for the building of the SHAHS Mock Hospital that is slated to be completed before the start of the school opening this School Year 2019-20. The school facility is part of the overall construction of Phinma Hall South that will house the different departments of the School of Health and Allied Health Sciences. SPONSORED CONTENT


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