The College of Allied Medical Professions
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Founded in 1962, the College of Allied Medical Professions (CAMP) is the first to train students in the field of rehabilitation therapy in Asia. Its innovative and high standard programs include academic instruction, clinical training, research and community extension services. In 2004, it opened the Clinic for Therapy Services for adults and adolescents.
CAMP's Community-based Rehabilitation Program (CBR) in Montalban, Rizal continues to provide services to People with Disabilities (PWDs) of Barangays Rodriguez and Rizal. It employs a transdisciplinary approach and the active involvement of the families with PWDs, the barangay health workers, the the CAMP student-interns, and the local health officials. Because of its success, CAMP's CBR now serves as a model to other colleges/universities offering rehabilitation courses, with seven CBR established in other schools located in different communities in Manila, Batangas, and Laguna. It won the Pag-asa ng Bayan Award (Hope of the Country Award) of the Civil Service Commission in 2004.