The School of Health and Allied Sciences of the University of Saint Louis (USL) produced its first batch of licensed pharmacists as they passed the Pharmacist Licensure Examination administered by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) last June 11-12, 2016.
University of Saint Louis’ passing rate was 83.33 percent, higher than the national performance of 50.50 percent.
The fifteen (15) pioneer Lousian pharmacists are: Kleen B. Agsaoay, Hyacinth Kaye C. Aquino, John Harvie A. Cabauatan, John Paul B. Casauay, Bryan Amiel T. Dela Cruz, Pearly Mae T. Daquioag, Gaibrica Joy D. Gasmen, Hennie Dee C. Guzman, Krisha Melody G. Lavadia, Marimar C. Lonolono, Rishanne Meire C. Mabborang, Christian R. Ortiz, Maria Krizel B. Soriano, Janine G. Tumaliuan, and Aleth Joy P. Valdepeñas.
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|The Louisian pharmacists take a photo opportunity with the members of the PRC Board of Pharmacy after the oath taking ceremony at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), July 9, 2016.|