About Bicol Christian College

In 1995, Bicol Christian College of Medicine (BCCM) decided to undergo a major change for improvement.
The original vision, mission, goal, and objectives of BCCM as spelled out by its founder, Dr. Damaceno Ago, will remain to be essentially the same though with some refocusing, reorientation, and reinforcement.

The mission and goal of BCCM will now be focused on and reoriented towards the solution of the health problems and health development of the Bicol Region, rather than mere production of physicians for the Region.

The medical school exists because of the health problems that are prevalent in every person and in every community.
The medical school should help solve the health problems of the community through its administrators, faculty, students, and graduates and through a primary health care approach.

Education in Bicol Christian College

Actualization of the highest degree of efficiency, effectiveness, collegiality in decision making and transparency in the administrative system and operation therefore promoting the University’s mandate of quality instruction, research, extension and production.

Provide the highest quality of advanced, specialized and professional training for the students through relevant and responsive curricular programs designated to meet both national and international standards of excellence.

Research and Extension

Leadership in scientific and technological researches and in extension activities to address and support regional and national economic development goals.

Optimization of the resource-generation capacity of the University through academe-based entrepreneurship anchored on the core competencies of the faculty to support the delivery of quality instruction, research and extension function.

About Legazpi City…

Legazpi City is the administrative center and largest city of the Bicol Region. It is also considered as the center of tourism, education, health services, commerce and transportation in the Bicol Region. Mayon Volcano, one of the Philippines’ most popular icons and tourist destinations, is partly within the city’s borders. Legazpi is located on the east or Pacific coast of Albay province, specifically on Albay Gulf. The city comprises two districts: Legazpi Port, and Albay District. Legazpi’s nickname is the “City of Fun and Adventure”.

Legazpi City features a tropical rainforest climate with copious amount of rainfall throughout the course of the year. Legazpi has noticeable wetter and drier periods of the year. However, the city’s driest month, April, still sees on average, over 150 millimetres (5.9 in) of precipitation per year. Similar to many other cities with this climate, temperatures are relatively constant throughout the course of the year, with a mean annual average of 26.9 °C (80.4 °F). The coolest month is January with a daily mean of 25.3 °C (77.5 °F) and the hottest months are jointly May and June with a daily mean of 28.1 °C (82.6 °F). The all-time record high temperature was 37.7 °C (99.9 °F) on May 27, 1968, and the all-time record low temperature was 13.9 °C (57.0 °F) on February 28, 1971.

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