College of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences

The CONAMS is known for its quality education as reflected by its passing rates in the board examination and the inclusion of some of its graduates in the top twenty. The college was acclaimed as one of the better schools outside Metro Manila.

The college has merged with the College of Allied Medical Sciences to keep up with the global health trends and meet the increasing demands for healthcare providersin Medical Technology, Physical Therapy, Radiation Technology, Midwifery and Pharmacy. Upon completion of the preparatory course, graduates of these courses are equipped with appropriate skills to function as health aides or primary health care providers in the hospital or community.

Today, the College moves forward through the able leadership of the returning Dean, Dr. Wilfredo C. Ramos. It is currently undergoing the process of continual advancements of its curricular offerings/ programs/ services as it attained Level IV accreditation. It continuously develops its faculty members through seminars, trainings, case presentations and graduate studies. Faculty members of the College are Master’s degree holders and some are finishing their Doctorate degrees. The plan of undergoing accreditation of Allied Health Programs is already in place.

CONAMS is one of the accredited colleges in the university. It utilizes and integrates cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains in the various fields of learning necessary to nursing and other health-related practices. It also assists them to develop leadership competence towards active participation in the promotion of physical and mental health through relevant community health services.


  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

  • Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

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Through the leadership of its then president, Dr. Gloria D. Lacson (1970-1994), who was herself a nurse and a former Dean of the PCU-Mary Johnston College of Nursing, WU-P initiated the opening of the College of Nursing to address the inadequacy in this discipline. The college envisioned to develop nurses who would cater to the needs of the population to be community-oriented and effective participants to national development.

By virtue of a permit granted by the Bureau of Private Education in August 31, 1973, the College of Nursing of the Philippine Wesleyan College came into being. Mrs. Violeta I. Veneracion was its first dean with initial enrolment of 46 students from all over the province.

The College of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences (CONAMS) is an integral part of the University and functions according to the philosophy and purposes of the institution. Its graduates are granted the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology (BSMT), Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BSPh), Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (BSPT) and Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology (BSRT), and are eligible for permission to the licensure examinations.

In the 70’s, the College of Nursing was located at the Del Pilar Building, Del Pilar Street, Cabanatuan City, but when its population expanded, it was moved to the Cushman Campus, a site more suitable for learning for its verdant atmosphere. Today, the College of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences and its studentry enjoy the wholesome atmosphere of camaraderie with students from the other colleges.

The quality of instruction can be attributed to the qualifications of its administration and instructors and through the efforts of its former deans Mrs. Violeta I. Veneracion, Mrs. Norma C. Rabara, Mrs. Loida C. Ortiz, Dr. Marilyn L. Bautista, Dr. Emma V. Villaroman, Dr. Melania C. Cenon, Dr. Dolores R. Galang, Dr. Reynaldo M. Samonte and Dr. Norvin T. Miguel, Dr. Wilfredo C. Ramos, and Dr. Josephine M. Samonte.

Truly, the College of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences is at par as a Higher Educational Institution north of Manila. As it strives to continually advance its program offerings as it prepares in the global community, CONAMS is dedicated to deliver quality, responsive and excellent education to live to its call – “Building People, Making A Difference” in the healthcare profession.