Dr. Edna B. Domingo received her PhD in Nursing at the University of San Diego. She retired as a professor at California State University, San Bernardino in 2007. After retirement, she taught at Azusa Pacific University and National University as an associate professor.  She founded Health Sciences College of California (HSCC) in 2005 as NCLEX Review Center in Loma Linda California. HSCC is one of the refresher schools at the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN).  Her passion for helping international graduate nurses who speak English as a second language was the impetus to offer a uniquely prepared NCLEX prep classes for success. English-speaking nursing graduates struggling to pass the RN and LVN licensing examinations also became successful. Pass rates had been at 90% and higher. At present, HSCC offers several nursing beginning programs, including CEU certification classes, and IV therapy. She is an expert in Curriculum Development for nursing programs. She developed the VN program curriculum,  BSN program curriculum, and PTA program curriculum. 


Health Sciences College of California (HSCC) is a faith-based academic institution that aims to train, transform, and empower individuals for service. Its purpose to empower professional success with a holistic view of a person’s physical, psychosocial, spiritual, and developmental well-being through nursing education. HSCC believes in a lifelong learning experience in a collaborative culture of teaching, learning, and mentorship serving a culturally diverse society.


Health Sciences College of California (HSCC) fulfills its educational mission of preparing competent allied health practitioners and nurses with the sensitivity to identify, interpret and analyze data, develop plan of care, and implement plan of care in a culturally diverse society. It prepares individuals to respect human dignity, demonstrate accountability; and compassion to serve individuals, families, and aggregates in a diverse society.


Health Sciences College of California (HSCC) commits to its mission to train, transform, and empower individuals for service. Its purpose to empower academic excellence, scholarship, research, and use of evidence-based practices in health care

Our graduates will practice altruism; respect for human dignity, treat persons with respect regardless of race, color, religion or ethnicity, and develop cultural congruence and sensitivity for safe practice to meet the diverse health care needs of the community


Edna Domingo. PhD, MSN, RN


Efren Domingo, BSC

Notary Public