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Tacloban school grad tops med-tech exams

A GRADUATE from the Doña Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Medical Foundation in Tacloban City topped the March 2018 Medical Technologist board exam.

Leyte Rep. Yedda Marie Kittilstvedt-Romualdez congratulated Alvin Aurelia Bahin for topping the exam with a grade of 90.5.

She also lauded DRTRMF College of Medical Technology Dean Agripino Limpiano and his staff for the excellent performance of their graduates.

“Congratulations to the graduates and officials of the DRTRMF for topping the latest Medical Technologist board exam. Truly, your school is the center of academic excellence,” she said.

“Continue to soar high because your great minds would further inspire many students from different parts of the country to excel,” added the lawmaker.

Aside from Bahin, two other graduates of DRTRFM also joined the top 10 passers of the March 2018 board exam.

Data from the Philippine Regulatory Commission showed Xenia Cañete Plaza at the eighth spot with a grade of 89.4 and Imee Rose Macabasag Cunanan at the 10th spot with a grade of 89.1.

“Our team worked very hard to ensure that our graduates will land in the top ten as they have done in the last three years since 2016 for the medical technologist course,” Limpiano said.

“But with a big honor and pride, this is the first time that we got the top spot for medical technologists,” he added.

Topics: Doña Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Medical Foundation , Medical Technologist board exam , Yedda Marie Kittilstvedt-Romualdez , Alvin Aurelia Bahin ,

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