History of Jen-Teh
Jen-Teh was founded in August 1967 and was originally named as Jen-Teh Vocational High School of Pharmacy. Later, to echo the support of the government to educate people, the school added more departments to cultivate a variety of medical professionals to meet the actual needs of society. In May 1971, the school was approved by the Department of Education to rename itself as Jen-Teh Vocational High School of Medicine. In July 1999, due to the government’s advancement of the principles of education toward vocational education, the school, with the approval of the Ministry of Education, and its improving well-recognized educational environment and teaching facilities, was officially promoted to Jen-Teh Junior College of Medicine, Nursing and Management.
In 1970, with approval from the Department of Education, the Department of Nursing and Midwifery was established soon after the department of Medical Technology was established in 1972, and the department of Rehabilitation and of Optometry were formed in 1980. In order to meet the actual needs of society, more departments were established afterwards , such as the Department of Medical Affair Accountant, the Department of Information Processing, the department of Real-Estate Affairs, and the Department of Hairdressing and Beauty. The school was upgraded to Jen-Teh Junior College of Nursing, Medicine and Management in 1999. In that year, the Department of Nursing, the Department of Rehabilitation, and the Department of Information Management were officially established and approved by the Ministry of Education. Under the innovative and aggressive leadership of the school’s founder—Dr. Chou, Shih-Fong, the school has achieved a solid reputation in instructional facilities, staff engagement, and student counseling.
Located in Miaoli, with a campus measuring over than 10.2584 hectares, it is adjacent to Wai-Pu Harbour and very near the Hou-Long River. Filled with a beautiful green landscape, the campus is an excellent place for pupils to cultivate their professional skills as well as their good virtues. Recently, with the increasing need for basic medical workers in hospitals, the school faculty members have devoted themselves to the development of curriculum design for students-with a goal to put more theoretical knowledge into clinical practice. As professional educators. We sincerely hope that all the faculty, students and alumni will always adhere to the school’s principles－sympathy, kindness, generousity, and devotion. It is also our desire to do our best for the betterment of our society and country.