DAVAO DOCTORS COLLEGE SEAL symbolizes the ideals and aspirations of the Davao Doctors College.
The LAUREL LEAVES represent the glory, honor, and prestige the members of the academe and the graduates bring to the institution.
The TORCH stands for the wisdom that illumines one’s path in the pursuit of truth, justice, peace and love.
The BOOK symbolizes equal opportunity and equal access to education.
The CADUCEUS symbolizes the school’s aspirations of catering to the wel-being of the people in the community through the health-related courses it offers.
The RINGS enclosing the name of the school and the year it was founded stand for the institution’s unyielding commitment to its vision, mission and core values.
The philosophy of Davao Doctors College is capsulized by the phrase “Aestimamus vitam”, Latin for “We value life”. It is an affirmation of the school’s belief that life is valuable which is why it has devoted itself to healthcare and wellness education.
The school of choice of future healthcare professionals
To provide our clients with healthcare education of the highest order; our employees with a rewarding and fruitful working environment; our partners with mutually beneficial relationships; and, our stockholders with a viable and sustainable enterprise.
Davao Doctors College is anchored on the following values as its bedrock:
Liberty to learn. The exercise of academic freedom.The liberty to explore, to innovate, to advance the search for knowledge.
Integrity. Adherence to rules on acceptable conduct. Standing upright to uphold what is right.
Fortitude. Strength of character. Courage in the face of adversity.
Excellence. Performing to attain results of the highest order in everything we do.
ATTRIBUTES OF A DDC GRADUATE
A DDC graduate is a healthcare professional who is dedicated, driven and competent.
Dedicated. Passionate about one’s work. Devoted to one’s duty
Driven. Motivated to excel. Willing to work beyond the call of duty.
Competent. Capable. Performs as expected.
MAIN CAMPUS – PABX TRUNKLINE EXTENSIONS (222-0850 to 53)
BASIC EDUCATION, EXTENSION AND ADMINISTRATION (222-0664)
|VP for Basic Education, Extension and Administration||105|
|General Services – Stockroom||132|
|General Services – Printing||133|
|General Services – Maintenance||135|
|Community Extension Office||141|
|Finance / Finance Director||148|
|Finance – Accounting / Budgeting||148|
|Finance – Purchasing / Payroll / Cashier||109|
KNOWLEDGE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GROUP
|Chief Librarian / KRMG Group Head||119|
|Library – Circulation Section #1||122|
|Library – Circulation Section #2||121|
|Library – Filipiniana / Multimedia Section||122|
|Library – Periodicals Section / I-HUB||117|
|Library – Accreditation / PACUCOA Room||124|
|Library – Internet Section||128|
ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES
|Academic Support Services Head||136|
|Audio Visual Room (AVR)||118|
|Gen. Ed. Laboratory Stockroom||125|
|Guidance Center – Coordinator||142|
|Guidance Center – Counselors / Staff||111|
|Medical / Dental Clinic / PT Clinic||114|
|Registrar’s Office – Registrar|
|Registrar’s Office – Staff||110|
|Student Personnel Services Office||108|
HIGHER EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC SUPPORT
|VP for Higher Education and Academic Support||140|
|Academic Affairs – Staff||138|
COLLEGE FACULTY 1
|Nursing Fundamentals Laboratory||137|
COLLEGE FACULTY 2
|Program Chair’s Office||107|
|Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Clinic||114|
|Clinical Eye Office||148|
|Massage Therapy Room||134|
CADUCEUS HALL – TRUNKLINE (224-5847)
|Hotel Room 1||104|
|Hotel Room 2||108|
|Hotel Room 3||105|
|Hotel Room 4||106|