Lyceum - Northwestern University
Lyceum-Northwestern started as a nursing school at the Dagupan City Polyclinic Hospital and was then called the Dagupan City School of Nursing. In 1974, Dr. Duque acquired the Northernwestern educational Institution. From the merger emerged the name Lyceum-Northwestern. In the latter part of the year, Lyceum-Northwestern spearheaded a consortium of local teritary schools and founded the Northen Philippines institute of Medicine. Lyceum-Norhtwestern became the "First Medical School of the north." On November 19,2001, Lyceum-Northwestern was granted its university status.
To be the Regional Centre for Excellence in Medical Education by 2020 whose graduates are capable primary health care physicians aware of moral and spiritual values in a changing world and conscious of the obligations of the physician regarding these values in the practice of medicine.
The Dr, Francisco Q, Duque Medical Foundation believes that it has the moral obligation to prepare its students for life by providing the intellectual training in a democratic atmosphere to become a physician with ethical values, compassionate attitude, and responsive to the needs of the country.
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