Medical Team - MARY ANN R. SANTOS, MD, DPBRM, FPARM





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EDUCATION
 
1991 
Doctor of Medicine
University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center

1986 
B. S. in Physical Therapy – College Scholar
University of the Philippines

1982 
High School Graduate (consistent honor student)
St. Theresa’s College

1978 
Elementary Graduate (consistent honor student)
St. Theresa’s College

TRAINING
 
April 15 – April 30 2001
Postgraduate Training Course on Low Vision Rehabilitation at the Helen Keller Foundation
University of Birmingham, Alabama

January 1994 - December 1996
Residency Training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,
Santo Tomas University Hospital, España, Manila, Chief Resident, Unilab Fellow

May 1991 – May 1992
Medical Internship, St. Luke’s Medical Center, QC

Professional Examinations Taken

Physical Therapy Licensure Examination
August 1986 – passed and rank #18

Physician’s Licensure Examination
August  1992 – rating of 88.17%

Philippine Board of Rehabilitation Medicine Specialty Board Examination – July 1996 – part 1 (written) passed and ranked #2; July 1999 – Part II (orals) passed
 
EMPLOYMENT

Instructor for the Honor’s Section
Seminar II, Fatima College of Physical Therapy

Instructor in Rehabilitation Medicine
Fatima College of Medicine
 
January 1997 – present
Active Consultant, Fatima Medical Center

Active Consultant, St. Luke’s Medical Center

College Dean – Fatima College of Physical Therapy/ Occupational Therapy, Fairview branch

Instructor 4 in Rehabilitation Medicine
St. Luke’s College of Medicine

» Physical Therapy at Home
Home Health Care
137 Anonas Ext., Sikatuna Village,
Quezon City, 1100, Philippines
Phone: +63(2) 920.1445

Unit 404 Jade Center 105 Shaw Blvd.,
Pasig City, 1600, Philippines

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"Just want to share with you the activities that transpired here last Saturday (January 10, 2012). The first one is tossing 25 cents into 2 plastic cups. You earn points for every coin you shoot. The aim of the game is to test the precision of vision of the patient. The second game is passing the ball. Everytime the music stops the one who is holding the ball is out. The loser had to sing or dance as a consequence. We really brought the house down with our laughter. All the elders participated, including Perla. We really had fun. The ideas that Bing Quemano applies are beneficial to the patients. I cannot contain myself not to share you this. After the activity, Eveleyn cook pancit for merienda. Salamat po. God Bless!"

Dolly Bundalian
SRF Resident

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