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PASMETH through the years....

Our Purpose PASMETH is the national organization of all recognized schools of Medical Technology in the Philippines. It was formed in 1970 in the hopes of maintaining the highest standards of Medical Technology/Public Health education and to foster closer relations among these schools. Our Past On May 13, 1970, Director Narciso Albarracin appointed Dr. Serafin Juliano and Dr. Gustavo U. Reyes to organize an association of Deans/Heads of Schools of Medical Technology and Hygiene. The first organizational meeting was held at the University of Santo Tomas on June 22, 1970. The first sets of officers were: President Vice-President Secretary/Treasurer Press Relations Officer - Dr. Gustavo Reyes - Dr. Serafin Juliano - Dr. Velia Trinidad - Dr. Faustino Sunico

The first annual meeting was held at the University of Santo Tomas on May 17, 1971. The first set of officers was reelected for a second term on April 30, 1972. For the school year 1972-1973, the elected officers were: President Vice-President Secretary/Treasurer Press Relations Officer - Dr. Gustavo Reyes - Dr. Claro Cabrera - Dr. Elvira Silva - Dr. Dr. Faustino Sunico

Others who served as PASMETH presidents were: Dr. Ibarra Panopio (1973-1974) Dr. Angelita G. Adeva (1974-1977) Dr. Elizabeth M. del Rio (1977-1980) Dr. Gustavo Reyes (1980-1981) Dr. Claro D. Cabrera (1981-1982) Dr. Elizabeth M. del Rio (1982-1983) Dr. Norma V. Lerma (1983-1984) Dr. Vicencio T. Torres (1984-1985) Prof. Nardito Moraleta (1985-1988) Dean Norma N. Chang (1988-1995) Prof. Rodolfo R. Rabor (1996-2000) Dean Nini F. Lim (2000-2002) Dean Zenaida C. Cajucom (2002 up to present) It was formally registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission on October 6, 1985 thru the Committee on Legislation chaired by Mr. Cirilo S. Cajucom with the help of a legal counsel, Atty. Dexter Bihis.

The Legacy of PAMET Presidents

Charlemagne T. Tamondong "Emergence of the Profession" (1963-1967)

Nardito D. Moraleta "Professional Recognition" (1967-1970)

Felix E. Asprer "Legislative Agenda" (1970-1971 , 1973-1976)

Bernardo T. Tabaosares "Celebration of the Practice" (1971-1973)

Angelina R. Jose "Career Advocacy" (1973)

Venerable C.V. Chua "Educational Enhancement" (1977-1981)

Carmencita P. Acedera "Image Building" (1982-1991)

Marilyn R. Atienza "Proactivism" (1992-1996)

Norma N. Chang "International Leadership" (1997-200)

Agnes B. Medenilla "Organizational Dynamism" (2001-2002, 2005-2006)

Shirley F. Cruzada "Interdisciplinary Networking" (2003-2004)

Leila M. Florento "Beyond Expectations" (2007-Present)