DOH offers Medical and Midwifery Scholarship for AY 2018-2019

DOH medical scholarship

Department of Health (DOH) will once again offer scholarships for medicine and midwifery for the academic year 2018-2019 to prospective students willing to work in public health after graduation.

You may check the list of partner schools and universities in your respective region that offer the scholarships below.

The DOH scholarship programs will cover tuition costs and provide partial support for the many additional expenses accrued when studying, including book allowance, uniform allowance, lodging and transportation allowance, and medical insurance under PhilHealth.

The DOH Medical Scholarship Program includes all four years of medical education, including summer immersion programs prior to the second and third years of medicine, and one year of post-graduate internship.

[Related: Guidelines for DOH Medical Scholarship Program]

The DOH Midwifery Scholarship Program covers all four years of a Bachelor of Science in Midwifery. In return, scholars will be expected to work for two years in public health for every year of schooling shouldered by the DOH.

Priority will be given to prospective students from low-income families, from geographically isolated and disadvantaged areas or from the country’s twenty poorest municipalities and cities, and from indigenous communities or the national minorities; dependents of government employees and active police and military personnel; victims of calamities; and Barangay Health Workers and traditional birth attendants. Prospective students should apply directly to any of the DOH’s partner schools listed below; only those who have been admitted to their school of choice will be eligible for the scholarship.

The DOH Medical and Midwifery Scholarship Programs aim to decrease the stark inequity in health human resource distribution within the Philippines by ensuring the presence of service-oriented human resources for health in identified priority areas, usually geographically-isolated rural areas.

Partner schools for the DOH Medical Scholarship Program:

NCR: University of the Philippines- Manila and Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

Region 1: University of Northern Philippines

Region 2: Cagayan State University

Region 3: Angeles University Foundation

Region 5: Bicol Christian College of Medicine and Bicol University

Region 6: West Visayas State University

Region 7: Southwestern University Phinma and University of Cebu College of Medicine Foundation Inc.

Region 8: University of the Philippines- School of Health Sciences

Region 10: Mindanao State University

Region 11: Davao Medical School Foundation and Brokenshire College

Partner schools for the DOH Midwifery Scholarship Program:
NCR: Mary Chiles College

CAR: Cordillera Career Development College

Region 1:
Urdaneta City University
Eastern PAngasinan University
Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University
North Luzon Philippines State College
Union Christian College

Region 3:
Gordon College
Good Samaritan Colleges, Inc.
Bataan Peninsula State University

Region 5:
Ago Medical and Educational Center
Tanchuling College

Region 6: Iloilo Doctors College and IMAP Foundation School of Midwifery

Region 7: University of Bohol

Region 8: Holy Infant College and Franciscan College of Immaculate Conception

Region 9: Brent Hospital and Colleges Inc.

Region 11:
Tecarro College Foundation
Davao Medical School Foundation
Brokenshire College

Region 12:
VMC Asian College Foundation Inc.
MMG College of General Santos City Inc.
Sultan Kudarat Educational Institution
Schola De San Jose
Notre Dame Hospital and School of Midwifery

Region 13 (Caraga): Butuan Doctors College

ARMM: Tawi-Tawi School of Midwifery

These schools have Scholarship Coordinators which will provide you details, forms and documents needed to accomplish. If you are interested, please inquire on the schools listed above or DOH regional offices in your area. [via http://doctorstothebarrios.com/]

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