The Pamantsan ng Lungsod ng Pasay was founded in July 1994 by Hon. Mayor Pablo N. Cuneta. The School of Midwifery was organized in the same year and had its first batch graduates in 1996. The Creation of the Department was based from the Ordinance 271 series of 1994, which was enacted on May 26, 1994. On May 13, 1995, Ordinance 452 amended Ordinance 271 stating, among others, the powers and functions of the Board of Regents, which is the governing body of the Pamantasan.
In response to the current educational needs, PLP established the School of Midwifery in 1994 and College of Nursing in 1995 with 2-year course Certificate in Midwifery and a 4-year program of Bachelor of Science in Nursing, respectively. It is a well-planned academic and professional activities and experiences to provide the students with opportunities to be involved in rendering total quality midwifery and nursing care to people in varied settings - hospital, community and other related health agencies. Its base-hospital is Pasay City General Hospital with a 150-bed capacity located in Burgos St., Pasay City. In 1999, the first product of BSN course conferred as graduates. Graduates from the Department already took and pass the board examination for nurses and midwives. Fortunately, one of the BSN graduate got the top 18th placer and Midwifery graduate made it to top 14th placer among the board passers nationwide: Mr. Alan Roxas (PNLE) and Ms. Arlene Estriller (PMLE)
Initially, classroom instructions were held in the PLP Main Building, third floor located at the back of Pasay City Hall. In the year 1999, the College of Nursing and School of Midwifery transferred to the Pasay City General Hospital. The College was given 16 rooms in one area in the fourth floor of the PCGH.
Dr. Lilia D. Loste was the first College Dean (1994-1999). She was succeeded by Ms. Norma G. Teofilo (1999-2001) then by Mr. Romualdo C. de Guzman on March 2001 (March 2001 - April 2001) and he was followed by Ms. Anita V. Custodio (2001-2004). After the reign of Dean Custodio, Dean Ms. Emelita P. Lao and Acting Dean Ms. Syrilla Domingo rendered their services in the college for a short period of time. In year 2004 to 2006 the Dean was Ms. Delia Tan. The latter was replaced by Ms. Carousel Caoayonan (2007-2008).
Ms. Iris C. Castillon, the present Dean and the faculty members strongly believe that continuously committed genuine service to this institution is a passion among them that they can successfully perform their jobs and make meaningful contribution in achieving the vision and fulfilling its mission of the college