CRHRDC welcomes new members
The board warmly welcomed two additional (2) new institutions to join the 19 other member institutions of the Cordillera Regional Health Research and Development Consortium during the recently conducted Governing Board Meeting last February 13, 2019 at the Citylight Hotel, Upper General Luna Road, Baguio City.
“In behalf of our Board and members, we welcome Saint Tonis College and Easter College”, said CRHRDC Chair Dr. Ma. Geraldine F. Casipit.
The consortium is very grateful and excited to have this institution join the organization and bring their unique research expertise, practices and perspectives in order to further our mission to promote health research as a strategy to help improve the lives the communities in the Cordillera Region.
Saint Tonis College is a private educational institution located in Tabuk, Kalinga. The college offers undergraduate programs in nursing, information technology, computer technology, hotel and restaurant management, and education.
Easter College is also a private educational institution seated at Guisad Road, Baguio City. It offers preschool, SHS, special education, and undergraduate courses on HRM, business administration and nursing.
To date, the CRHRDC has a total of twenty-one (21) member institutions.