The study determines the levels of work motivation and organizational commitment of the faculty of the Private Higher Education Institutions (PHEIs) in Region I, Philippines as basis for formulating the ROEL PALO ANICAS [RPA] Integrative Formula. The study uses the descriptive-correlational survey method. It utilized a three-part questionnaire and seven (7) PHEIs offering non-allied medical courses in Region I, Philippines served as respondents. A result reveals that the faculty is qualified in their respective positions because they possess the minimum requirements for their appointments. The work motivation of the faculty is more or less uniform; but the level of organizational commitment differed significantly, which implies that some have a lower level of organizational commitment. Age, highest educational attainment, and position were not significantly influenced by their levels of work motivation and organizational commitment due to individual differences on their perceptions. Faculty who are rewarded for their exemplary performance are stronger in their commitment while age and academic rank appear to have no significant relationship to work motivation as well as academic rank, which has no significant relationship to organizational commitment. Therefore, the administrations of each PHEIs in Region I, Philippines are encouraged to adopt the ROEL PALO ANICAS [RPA] Integrative Formula.