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DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY AND PERIOPERATIVE MEDICINE

Residency Training Program: 3 Years

     The Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine of  Rizal Medical Center offers a three-year residency training program and is fully accredited at present by the Philippine Board of Anesthesiology. It has seven active consultant staffs  with the following sub-specialties: Pediatric, Obstetric, Transplant and Vascular, Thoracic, Perinatal Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. Residents go on a 24-hour tour of duty and do pre-anesthetic visits and evaluation of all elective and emergency cases prior to surgery, administer anesthesia for all elective and emergency cases including diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, render immediate post-operative care of all surgical patients and take care of the recovery room patients for evaluation, assistance, management and proper disposition.

     The department holds weekly conferences on Wednesdays and Fridays at 2:00 in the afternoon. Topics include basic lectures, interesting cases, mortality and morbidity/audit , pre-operative and post-operative conferences and censuses that are reported by a resident. Special lectures are conducted by each consultant according to year level. M&M conferences are held every month with RMC residents alternating with Cardinal Santos Medical Center residents. Specialty rotations to affiliate institutions to provide adequate exposure include National Kidney and Transplant Institute for Urology Anesthesia, Philippine Children's Medical Center for Pediatric  Anesthesia and St. Luke's Medical Center for Pain Medicine.  Tools for evaluation and promotion of residents include in-training examination, monthly quizzes, directly observed procedural skills and reports.

     At the completion of residency,  the trainee  must have the knowledge of basic and clinical sciences as applied to anesthesiology dealing with but not limited to assessment of , consultation for, and preparation of patients for anesthesia, relief and prevention of pain during and following surgical, obstetric, therapeutic and diagnostic procedures, monitoring and maintenance of normal physiology during the perioperative period, management of critically ill patients, clinical management and teaching of cardiac and pulmonary resuscitation,and conduct clinical,translational and basic science research.

For more information about the Anesthesiology Department’s Residency Training Program please call 865-8400 loc 141.


 

DEPARTMENT OF INTERNAL MEDICINE

Residency Training Program: 3 Years

     Guided by the department’s Vision-Mission and the principles of the Philippine College of Physicians (PCP), the Rizal Medical Center specialty training in Internal Medicine endeavors to produce specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness. The program offers resident-trainees a well-rounded learning experience with opportunities to serve the underprivileged, hone professionalism and develop leadership skills.

     Accredited by the PCP since 1985, the Internal Medicine Residency in RMC has been recognized as one of the preferred specialty training programs among the hospitals under the Department of Health. Applicants are rigorously screened thru a pre-residency clinical evaluation, review of academic credentials, clinical internship performance, panel interview and results of the Internal Medicine Admission Test (IMAT). In 2011, the department opened its doors to foreign trainees who have been board-certified in their country of origin after completion of the program.

     The department’s training core is composed of fellows of the PCP, who roll out the program with guidance from competent subspecialists in Cardiology, Pulmonology, Gastroenterology, Infectious Diseases, Hematology, Rheumatology, Nephrology, Oncology, Dermatology and Neurology.

     The 3-year training program at RMC conforms to the mandatory and standard requirements prescribed by the PCP and forms part of the institution’s ISO-certification on healthcare services and training. With the institution being a referral hospital, the residents handle more than adequate caseloads and a wide range of cases allowing them to enhance their clinical reasoning and problem-solving skills. The residents-in-training rotate in the wards, critical care units, the outpatient clinics, subspecialty services and the emergency room. Teaching and learning activities include bedside rounds, conferences, lectures, and technical procedure trainings. Post-graduate courses and inter-hospital scientific sessions are also attended by the staff to ensure that clinical practice guidelines and up-to-date diagnostic-therapeutic modalities are adhered to in the management of cases. Clinical knowledge and skills are regularly evaluated thru bedside/oral evaluation while academic performance is appraised thru written examinations to ensure that core and year-level terminal competencies are achieved prior to promotion or graduation.

     The department nurtures a culture of research and continuing medical education. The residents are encouraged to develop research aptitude thru resident- and consultant-initiated research studies, and also groomed to become critical users of research data thru didactics and practice exercises on evidence-based medicine. In the third and final year of training, the residents take on a supervisory role and assist in the   management of the training program and the clinical department, in addition to rotation in critical care units and outpatient continuity care. They also take charge of various patient support groups and the Alay-Buhay Medical foundation, which offers financial/resource assistance to the hospital’s indigent patients.

     Over the years, the training program has produced noted clinicians and physician-leaders in the community and medical-professional organizations.

For more information about the Internal Medicine Department’s Residency Training Program please call 865-8400 loc 202.


 

DEPARTMENT OF LABORATORY MEDICINE

Pathology Residency Training Program: 4 Years

       Pathologists are medical specialists, who have developed, trained for and acquired skills which enable them to be significant contributors by providing high quality, efficient and effective health care. The skills they develop as a consequence of training first as medical practitioners and then as pathologists allow them to have a better understanding of the clinical disease processes, diagnostic methods giving them the specialized ability to report diagnostic tests.

       Rizal Medical Center offers a 4-year comprehensive residency training program that consolidates the training for Combined Anatomic and Clinical Pathology with its 3-year accreditation program handled by consultants with subspecialty training.

       The Section of Anatomic Pathology includes surgical pathology, cytopathology, autopsy pathology, frozen section and basic immunohistochemistry. The Section of Clinical Pathology includes hematology, clinical microscopy, clinical chemistry, serology, blood banking, drug testing and immunology.

       The program is structured to allow all the residents to rotate in the different sections to give them adequate exposure to the different fields of pathology. Training activities in anatomic pathology include daily grossing of specimens, signing out of cases with consultants for which they are required to come up with their own diagnosis and differential diagnoses, didactic conferences that include lectures by attending pathologists and residents, autopsy pathology conferences, and written or projection examinations. In clinical pathology, residents rotate in the various sections of the laboratory where they are able to supervise and perform procedures, validate results before these are released and correlate the reports with clinical data, decide on laboratory management issues, and attend mobile blood donation programs.

The Department boasts of several seasoned alumna who are luminaries in the field paving ways for the advancement of the practice of Pathology.

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DEPT PHOTO 2

First row, standing, from left to right: Dr. Noel C. Santos; Dr. Jinalyn T. Noh; Dr. Cheryl May A. Cabrera; Dr. Herbert Z. Manaois; Dr. Karen O. Bongas; Dr. Glenda Lyn Y. Pua; Dr. Alejandro E. Arevalo; Dr. Carl Chester Floyd L. Go; Dr. Marife J. Bonifacio; Dr. Monalyn Marabi; Dr. Cyril Kim N. Evangelista

Second row, seated, from left to right: Dr. Patricia Lee V. Umil; Dr. Anna Clarysse F. Medina; Dr. Wilfred Bryan A. Labadnoy; Dr. Jorel Renly S. Gamboa; Dr. Laurie Marie C. Calupas; Dr. Karla Anthea B. Quijano

 

MEDICAL OFFICER III

1) JOREL RENLY S. GAMBOA, MD

CHIEF RESIDENT

4TH YEAR

2) LOIS GABRIEL L. ARANETA, MD

DEPUTY CHIEF RESIDENT

4TH YEAR

3) LAURIE MARIE C. CALUPAS, MD

3RD YEAR

4) KARLA ANTHEA B. QUIJANO, MD

3RD YEAR

5) JAMELA ANN T. UY, MD

2ND YEAR

6) ANNA CLARYSSE F. MEDINA, MD

2ND YEAR

7) WILFRED BRYAN A. LABADNOY, MD

1ST YEAR

8) PATRICIA LEE V. UMIL, MD

1ST YEAR

DEPARTMENT CONTACT DETAILS:

For inquiries, you may contact the Department Pathology and Laboratory Medicine through the following contact numbers:

  1. Laboratory Reception: 0921-591-5547
  2. Blood Bank: 0953-309-6808

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 DEPARTMENT OF OB-GYNE

Residency Training Program: 4 Years

       

       The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology has a total bed capacity of 108. The department presently has a staff of 18 consultants, with two who are honorary consultants. The residency training program was first accredited in 1981.

       Several members of the department staff received awards of recognition both in service and in the academe not only locally but internationally as well. 

       Awards of recognition were not limited to the local community. The International Federation of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (FIGO) bestowed the award of Woman of the year to Drs. Flordeliza M. Baltazar (2006). The Aseana and Oceania Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (AOFOG) Award for Outstanding Young Gynecologist recipients included Drs. Rey H. Delos Reyes and May Gabaldon-Asis. 

       The members of the staff have been actively involved in the POGS and held key positions in the organization. It includes in its roster of presidents some of the staff in the department namely Marcelo D. Cruz (1976), Flordeliza M. Baltazar (1984), Dr. Bernardita Javier (2000), Rey H. de los Reyes (2012), Dr. Ma. Carmen Hernandez Quevedo (2014) and Mario A. Bernardino (2019).

       The POGS has accredited the department for training since 1981. All of the staff members are Fellows of the Society. The Philippine Board of OB-GYN (PBOG), the certifying board of POGS, has in its roster of chairmen several members of the staff, namely, Drs. Franklin Atencio (1991), Dr. Bernardita Javier, Mario A Bernardino, and Ma Carmen H Quevedo (2018). Dr. Nelinda Pangilinan also had the honor of serving as POGS NCR Regional Director in 2017 - 2019.

       The Department boasts of a faculty with subspecialty training in the field of perinatology, gynecologic oncology, gestational trophoblastic diseases, reproductive endocrinology, ultrasound, minimally invasive surgery (hysteroscopy and laparoscopy), reconstructive uro-gynecology, pediatric gynecology and epidemiology.  Training in the field of research was encouraged as well and attended by the members of the staff. As a result, they have published case reports, researches, books and clinical practice guidelines to their credits. In 2015, the Fellowship training program in OB-GYN Ultrasound was started and was subsequently fully accredited by the Philippine Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology with Dr. Pangilinan as the Section Head and Dr. Nano-De Guzman as Training Officer. To date, the program boasts of 100% passing rate in its board certifying examinations.

       The Fellowship training program for Maternal-Fetal Medicine was started and partially accredited in 2020 with Dr. Berly Balita as the Section Head and Dr. Marjorie Santos as Training Officer.

       The department continues to offer standard and quality health care services, and subspecialty procedures. Some of the residents together with the consultants have actually garnered several awards such as the 2018 Rizal Medical Center employee of the year with Dr. Nano De Guzman getting that distinction and the 2017 Commendation of Good Patient Care which was conferred on Dr. Isabela Alexa Martinez.

 

REQUIREMENTS CHECKLIST FOR MEDICAL OFFICER III

The applicant must submit to the CMPS office eight copies (1 original copy and 7 photocopies each) of the following documents:

Handwritten application letter addressed to Dr. Relito M. Saquilayan, Medical Center Chief thru Dr. Maria Rica Lumague, Chief Medical Professional Staff II

Properly accomplished Personal Data Sheet

2x2 picture

Curriculum Vitae

Authenticated and CTC PRC Board Rating

Authenticated and CTC PRC ID License

Certified True Copy Transcript of Record

Certified True Copy School Diploma

Class Standing

S2 License Copy

 

 

DEPARTMENT CONTACT DETAILS:
For Inquiries regarding the residency training application, you may contact us through the following:

Chief Resident

Dr. Amantha Alfonso

09173173255                   

Associate Chief Resident

Dr. Karriz Alimagno

09176380649

External Chief Resident

Dr. Hazel Tolete-Lascano

09175610103

Department Secretary

Ms. Rhea Lerios

09356775439

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DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY

Residency Training Program: 4 Years

   

       The RizalMed Department of Ophthalmology offers a 3-year Philippine Board of Ophthalmology (PBO) accredited program.  Residents rotate under the different Ophthalmologic subspecialties each year to be exposed to a wide variety of ophthalmologic cases.  This ensures that the residency graduates are adequately armed with the proper knowledge and skill in diagnosing and treating different ophthalmologic conditions when they leave the confines of the hospital.  Consultant guided hands-on clinical and surgical training ascertains that all patients are provided the gold-standard of care while, at the same time, boosting the trainees confidence in handling their patients.  Each subspecialty rotation incorporates theoretical and clinical knowledge by engaging discussions in a subspecialty hour each week to present cases and topics related to their rotation.  Formative sessions in the form of written and practical examinations, case presentations, research presentations, and department conferences are regularly given to ensure that the training program remains well-rounded.

       The department also offers 2-year ophthalmologic subspecialty clinical and surgical fellowship programs on Retina & Vitreous and Oculoplastics, Lacrimal, Orbit & Reconstructive Surgery.  The Oculoplastic, Lacrimal, Orbit & Reconstructive Surgery are fellowship programs conducted in partnership with The Medical City Eye and Vision Institute, with rotations taking place in both hospitals to maximize the number of subspecialty cases seen, as well as to expose the trainees to the subspecialty consultant staff in both centers.

 DEPARTMENT PHOTO

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Top row (Left to right): Dr. Charlene Tablente, Dr. April Dizon, Dr. Suzanne Sabundayo, Dr. Lourdes Ang, Ms. Marivic Lantican, Dr. Ronald Tiu, Dr. Rainier Covar, Dr. Irene Felarca, Dr. James Lee, Dr. Paolo Delos Santos

Third row: Dr. Elaine Omaña, Dr. Jo Anne Tan, Dr. Karen Reyes, Dr. Cheryl Arcinue, Dr. Theresa Gradiola Merca, Dr. Maricris Abulencia, Dr. Karina Bella, Dr. Karlo Marco Claudio

Second Row: Dr. Kim Agustin, Dr. John Dominic Kleiner, Dr. Tathiana Marcelo, Dr. Joanne Bolina, Dr. Eleonore Iguban

First Row: Dr. Jo Michael Maniwan, Dr. Levi San Buenaventura, Dr. Anna Lisa Yu-Mateo, Dr. Ma. Rica Lumague, Dr. Relito Saquilayan, Dr. Heriberto Guballa, Dr. Jovito Duque, Dr. Danica Esteban, Dr. Jibin Alabado, Dr. Edward Paul Orain

 

Department Contact Details:

RESIDENCY TRAINING APPLICATION

Department Secretary

(Mrs. Marivic Lantican)

CP number: (63) 917-5906238

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DEPARTMENT OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY – HEAD AND NECK SURGERY

Residency Training Program: 4 Years

   

Since its establishment in 1995, the Rizal Medical Center Department of ORL-HNS has been accredited by the Philippine Board of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery since 1996. The Rizal Medical Center Department of ORL-HNS residency training is a 4-year program that conforms to an Outcome-Based Educational framework as mandated by the PSO-HNS and PBO-HNS. Duties and responsibilities per year level was patterned to OBE Curriculum in order to develop a well-rounded, competent, and passionate otolaryngologist which will have the core competencies and knowledge in all subspecialties under the scope of the training program (Head and Neck Surgery and Oncology, Maxillofacial Trauma, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Rhinopharyngology and Allergology, Sleep Medicine, Otology, Audiology and Neuro-Otology, and Laryngology, Bronchoesophagology and Endoscopy)

Why choose to train with us at RizalMed?

  1. We have a complete roster of consultants for all subspecialties who excel in their respective fields.
  2. We have consistently been producing competent diplomates with a 100% passing rate for several years (with topnotchers for the past 2 years).
  3. We have a 100% passing rate in the residents' in-service examinations for the past several years.
  4. We have sufficient surgical cases for the different subspecialties.
  5. Our environment is absolutely conducive to learning as it is surrounded by friendly staff and hands-on consultants.
  6. We share great camaraderie among us residents.
  7. We are a very dynamic department that ensures adequate training for our residents, while maintaining the same level of excellent service to our patients.

DEPARTMENT CONTACT DETAILS:

For inquiries and concerns regarding the Department of ORL-HNS, Rizal Medical Center Residency Training Application you may contact us through email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY

Residency Training Program: 4 Years

     The Department of Radiology offers a 4-year Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program with an ultimate mission of training competent and compassionate leaders in the field of imaging, teaching, research and public service. The program assures an adequate environment for residents to develop a good eye for diagnostic imaging and adequate skills for image-guided biopsy. The variety of cases encountered in the institution provides good setting for clinical research.  Resident teaching conferences and interdisciplinary conferences are an integral part of the training program. Our dedicated faculty, fellows of the Philippine College of Radiology, work hard to make sure the residency training experience is among the best in the country.

Department Chairman: Dr. Nancy M. Aquino
Residency Training Officer: Dr. Maria Louven U. Grasparil

For more information about the Radiology Department’s Residency Training Program please call 865-8400 loc 206.


 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY

Residency Training Program: 5 Years

   

       The Rizal Med General Surgery program is in line with the prescribed five-year surgical curriculum of the Philippine Society of General Surgeons. Residents are trained to provide ethical, safe, and competent patient care to surgical patients all the while bearing in mind the principles of evidence-based practice.  Upon graduation, a surgical resident is expected to have acquired the clinical proficiency in diagnosing and managing core surgical disorders as well as the practical competencies expected from a surgical graduate.

       Our graduates are highly eligible in pursuing subspecialty programs as it would please them.  In fact, the department is currently offering seven subspecialty fellowship programs:  1) Surgical Endoscopy; 2) Minimally Invasive Surgery; 3) Head and Neck Surgery; 4) Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery; 5) Surgical Oncology; and 6) Colorectal Surgery. 

       In response to the need that arose in recent years, the department has integrated a few of its subspecialty sections into consortium fellowship programs with other institutions, namely the Plastic Surgery Section and the Vascular Surgery Section. As a matter of fact, many excellent surgeons have been produced by these consortium programs through the years. 

       We are also partnered with different surgical institutions to answer to the demands of our patients. The Neurosurgical subspecialty is tied up with the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center Neurosurgery Department. At any given time, Neurosurgery consultants and residents are available to attend to neurosurgical cases, both emergency and elective. On the other hand, the Urology Section is affiliated with the Urology Program of the East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC), providing us with on-call Urology residents who closely manage patients with urologic problems with the subspecialty resident rotator.

 

DEPARTMENT CONTACT DETAILS:

For more information about our department, please call (02) 865-8400 loc 148 or visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/rizalmedsurgery/. Our Telemed hotline (+63 995 045 4067) is available for consults from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm.

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Department of Dermatology

   

       The Dermatology Residency Training Program was established for the development of physicians interested in Dermatology. It is a three-year course, accredited by the Philippine Dermatological Society (PDS). The program is being implemented by a competent staff of active and visiting consultants and professors, all PDS Fellows or Diplomates.

       The objective of the Residency Training Program is to train resident physicians to become competent in the science and art of Dermatology, and to develop future leaders in the field. This program seeks to train residents to become excellent clinicians and leaders in the field of dermatology by developing their clinical eye, surgical skills, proficiency in research, and most importantly, compassion for their patients.

      The activities utilized to enforce the training program include the following: outpatient department duties; bedside patient care; academic exercises such as conferences, grand rounds, journal clubs, case presentations, and lectures; post-graduate courses, seminars, scientific meetings, and symposia; and rotations and didactics in the different fields of dermatology. These fields include Dermatopathology, Infectious Dermatology (Leprosy, STI’s, Mycology etc.), Contact Dermatitis/ Occupational Dermatology, Allergology, Immunology, Photodermatology, Rheumadermatology, Psoriasis, Blistering Diseases, Hair and Nail Diseases, Teledermatology, Dermatopharmacology, Procedural Dermatology (Dermatologic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Lasers and Energy-Based Devices, Mohs Micrographic Surgery), and Research. In particular, residents are required to submit individual research studies and also have the opportunity to participate in departmental research. Residents also have an external rotation in General Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.

DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY

derma

First row, standing, from left to right: Dr. Czarina P. Chavez, Dr. Abelaine Venida-Tablizo, Dr. Martha Joy Bruan-Tapales, Dr. Mae Ramirez-Quizon, Dr. Lily Lyralin Laconico-Tumalad;

Second row, standing, from left to right: Dr. Maria Sharlene Pelino-Temblique, Dr. Patricia Cleopatra G. Guieb, Dr. Charmaine G. Castillo, Dr. Rogelio A. Balagat, Dr. Ma. Cristina A. Puyat, Dr. Christene Pearl Fernandez-Arandia, Dr. Maria Isabel Beatriz L. Puno, Dr. Charlene Marie Ang-Tiu;

Third Row, seated, from left to right: Dr. Jacqueline Michelle D. Melendres, Dr. Patricia Anne T. Tinio, Dr. Maria Katherina Lat-Herrin, Dr. Cecilia Roxas-Rosete, Dr. Francisco D. Rivera IV, Dr. Jamie P. Nuñez, Dr. Alma Gay Concepcion T. Amado, Dr. Mary Elizabeth S. Danga, Dr. Katrina Angela Z. Reyes

 

DEPARTMENT CONSULTANT STAFF

  • Francisco DC. Rivera IV, MD, FPDS, MHA

Department Chair

  • Maria Katherina Lat-Herrin, MD, FPDS, FDSP, PASMAP

Residency Training Officer, Dermatopathology

  • Alma Gay Concepcion Tavanlar-Amado, MD, MHM, MBA, FPDS

Administrative Officer, Head of Photodermatology Unit

  • Charlene Marie Ang-Tiu, MD, FPDS

Dermatologic Surgery, Procedural Dermatology, Mohs Micrographic Surgery

  • Christene Pearl Fernandez-Arandia, MD, FPDS

General Dermatology, Dermatological Lasers

  • Rogelio A. Balagat, MD, FPCP, FPRA, FPDS

Dermatology-Rheumatology

  • Mary Charmaine G. Castillo, MD, FPDS

General Dermatology, Administrative

  • Czarina P. Chavez, MD, DipClinRes, FPDS

Research Officer, General Dermatology

  • Mary Elizabeth S. Danga, MD, FPDS, FDSP

Dermatopathology, Head of Dermatopathology Unit

  • Cleopatra Patricia G. Guieb, MD, FPDS

General Dermatology, Dermatologic Surgery

  • Catherine Anne C. Kim, MD, DPDS

Medical Officer IV, Administrative Officer, General Dermatology

  • Jacqueline Michelle D. Melendres, MD, FPDS

General Dermatology, Teledermatology

  • Jamie P. Nuñez, MD, FPDS

General Dermatology, Dermatoethics and Professionalism

  • Maria Isabel Beatriz Puno-Gomez, MD, FPDS, FDSP

Dermatopathology

  • Cristina A. Puyat, MD, FPDS

Procedural/Cosmetic Dermatology

  • Mae Ramirez-Quizon, MD, FPDS

Autoimmune Blistering Diseases, Contact Dermatitis, Hair and Nail

  • Katrina Angela Z. Reyes, MD, FPDS

General Dermatology, Dermatological Lasers

  • Cecilia Roxas-Rosete, MD, FPDS

Contact Dermatitis, Environmental and Occupational Dermatology, Head of the Eczema and Allergy Center

  • Abelaine Venida-Tablizo, MD, FPDS

Infectious Dermatology, Leprosy, Head of the Leprosy Center

  • Martha Joy Bruan-Tapales, RPh, MD, FPDS

Medical Officer IV, General Dermatology, Dermatopharmacology and Compounding

  • Patricia Ty-Tinio, MD, FPDS

General Dermatology, Photodermatology

  • Maria Sharlene Pelino-Temblique, MD, FPDS

Medical Officer IV, Administrative Officer, General Dermatology, Sexually Transmitted Infections

  • Lily Lyralin Laconico-Tumalad, MD, FPDS

Photodermatology, Head of the Psoriasis Center

 

DEPARTMENT CONTACT DETAILS:

For application to the Residency Training Program, announcements pertaining to the annual deadlines are disseminated through the department Facebook page Rizal Med Dermatology. For further inquiries about application, you may send these through e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For any other inquiries, you may contact the Department of Dermatology of the Rizal Medical Center through our department e-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You may also visit us at the following address:

Skin Center,

3rd Floor, Outpatient Department Building,

Rizal Medical Center

Pasig Boulevard, Pasig City 1600

To schedule an appointment for consultation, you may contact our teledermatology hotline at 0995 510 3588 or message our Facebook account at Rizal Med Teledermatology.

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