This is the Manila Central University - Filemon D. Tanchoco Medical Foundation.
     The MCU College of Medicine, established in 1947, now has thousands of graduates in the medical profession, academe and community health service.
     MCU Hospital, which was set-up at about the same time, has provided patients with utmost healthcare and service for over 65 years.
     To better serve more people, the MCU College of Medicine and MCU Hospital were turned into a non-stock and non-profit educational foundation named after its founder Filemon D. Tanchoco, a man of integrity and commitment and a career educator. Thus, the MCU Filemon D. Tanchoco Medical Foundation was established in 1971.

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MCUMAA holds 51st Homecoming
      The MCU Medical Alumni Association (MCUMAA) held its 51st Annual Alumni Homecoming and 47th Post Graduate Course last December 13 to 15, 2013. The theme for the celebration was “Simply Vibrant…Simply Great”.
     The scientific sessions started the festivities during the 47th Post Graduate Course last December 13 at the Tanchoco Auditorium. Dr. Aurea D. Reyes discussed the topic “Maintaining Youthfulness: The Integument Factor,” Dr. Angelita Reyes-Teotico discussed “Fetal Nutrition: A Link to Adult Health,” “Stem Cell Therapy” was presented by Dr. Michelle J. de Vera.
     At the luncheon symposium, topics such as “Medico-Legal Issues in the Millennial Generation” by Dr. Antonio D. Rebosa and “Healthy Aging, Graceful Aging” by Dr. Lyra Ruth M. Clemente were taken up. Dr. Maria Teresa G. Villasor talked about ways on how to keep up with the advancing age of technology with the topic “Health Issues with Advancing Technology.”
     The day was capped with a “Balik-Eskwela” campus tour that enabled the members of the Golden (Batch 1963) and Silver (Batch 1988) Jubilarians to reminisce their medical school days.
     The 51st Alumni Homecoming was held last December 15, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Ortigas Center Quezon City.
     The new set of MCUMAA officers for the year 2014 to 2015 were inducted with Dr. Lilybeth R. Tanchoco of Class 1987 and Dr. Leandro C. Bongosia of Class 1978 as the President and Vice President respectively.
     A highlight of the event was the awarding of Dr. Rodolfo C. Rabanal as MCUMAA Most Outstanding Alumni of 2013.