The first medical sorority in the Philippines and in Asia.
An unbroken line of over a thousand lady doctors from the University of the Philippines Manila.
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The Mu Sigma Phi Sorority takes pride in its members who have excelled in their own fields and made a mark in Philippine medical history.
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Last March 4, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority and Fraternity held the turnover of books for a mini-library in the Department of Pediatrics, Outpatient Department of the Philippine General Hospital (Pedia-OPD). The project was spearheaded by Veronica Marie Ramos, μΣΦ '17 and Jon Alexis Montemayor, ΜΣΦ '17.
Gawad Panitikang Pangkalusugan is a storybook writing contest hosted by the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority. It has been running for two years already, each year with a different theme. Last March 5, 2014, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority donated 10 sets of the winning storybooks to the PGH Cancer Institute (CI), along with a storytelling session featuring one of the winning storybook entries, “Let No One In” by Gerald Tejada.
What does it take to build a career in medicine? After years of studying to become a doctor, there any many hurdles one must face to start a practice. At the forefront of these challenges is how to finance it. Last March 3, 2014, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority and Fraternity held Maperang Usapan, a talk on Financing in the Field of Medicine at the Buenafe Hall of the UP College of Medicine.
Obesity, as one of the top 10 common causes of morbidity and mortality in the Philippines, not only threatens the physical health of individuals, but also affects the social, mental and emotional aspects of their lives. In response to the increasing pervasiveness of this underestimated silent killer, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority and Fraternity launched Fat Facts last June 2013, a nationwide Infographic Design Contest aimed at spreading awareness and knowledge about obesity.