The values that students embody determine their attitudes and motivations. Values-based mindset like values-driven leadership is essential in health care. This study was intended as a follow through to the study by Bulos et al. (2018) and by Amores et al.(2019) which aimed to assess the level of embodiment of the Collegeâ€™s core values of resilience, competence, creativity and social responsibility, by the students and alumni. It employed survey research using a standard tool on 257 students and 69 alumni, supplemented by guided focus group, and individual interview/ essay including faculty and preceptors/employers. The results show that the core value, social responsibility (M=3.25, SD=0.80) has the highest level of embodiment in the students and alumni followed by competence (M=3.148, SD=0.81), resilience (M=3.132, SD=0.74) and creativity (M=3.034, SD=0.80). In addition, alumni significantly gave the highest mean level of embodiment of the core values followed by Level 4 and Level 2; Level 3 and Level 1 students. An increase in the mean level was observed for students and alumni for AY 2019-2020. Evolved themes, among others, are: Learning from mistakes of the past; Guided change process; Trust and respect to influence others; Being Purpose-driven. These align with the four (4) principles of values based leadership: self-reflection, balance, true self-confidence, and genuine humility. The identified gaps obtained in this research must need to be given attention to, not just by students (and alumni) but by teachers, administrators, and employers.