The Medical Technologist’s Pledge

As I enter into the practice of Medical Technology, I shall accept the responsibilities inherent to being a professional; I shall uphold the law and shall not engage in illegal work nor cooperate with anyone so engaged; I shall avoid associating or being identified with any enterprise of questionable character;

I shall use only honorable means of competition for professional employment or services and shall refrain form unfairly injuring, directly or indirectly, the professional reputation, projects or business of a fellow medical technologist; I shall accept employment from more than one employer only when there in no conflict of interest;

I shall perform professional work in a manner that merits full confidence and trust carried out with absolute reliability, accuracy, fairness and honesty; I shall review the professional work of other medical technologists, when requested, fairly and in confidence whether they are subordinates or employees, authors of proposals for grants or contracts, authors of technical papers or other publications or involved in litigation;

I shall advance the profession by exchanging general information and experience with fellow medical technologists and other professionals and by contributing to the work of professional organizations;

I shall restrict my praises, criticisms, views and opinions within constructive limits and shall not use the knowledge I know for selfish ends; I shall treat any information I acquired about individuals in the course of my work as strictly confidential, and may be divulged only to authorized persons or entities or with consent of the individual when necessary;

I shall report any infractions of these principles of professional conduct to the authorities responsible of enforcement of applicable laws or regulations, or to the Ethics Committee of the Philippine Association of Medical Technologists as may be appropriate.

To these principles, I hereby subscribe and pledge to conduct myself at all times in a manner befitting the dignity of my profession.


The Medical Technology Department aims to produce graduates who can:

  • Develop knowledge, skills, professional attitude, and values in the performance of clinical laboratory procedures needed to help the physician in the proper diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and prevention of disease;
  • Demonstrate critical thinking skills in the workplace;
  • Contribute in the collection, analysis, and projection of health information for improving the health care management system;
  • Demonstrate interpersonal skills, leadership qualities, and ethical practice of the profession;
  • Demonstrate research skills in relevant areas of Medical Technology/Medical Laboratory Science;
  • Engage in research and community-related to promoting the profession and actively engaged in life-long learning undertakings; and
  • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.