Manila Doctors Hospital - page 5

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Hi, is there anyone working in MaDocs? How is it working there when you are a new employee? What are the things to consider or anything you can share your experience working in that institution will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!... Read More


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    well for you to be able to get into their 3 months training, just submit all the necessary requirements to the nursing office, located 2nd floor of the main building. then, you'll be rotated with different areas within the whole 3months, and by that time, show excellence and interest since the staff will evaluate your performance then submit to the nursing office. if you excel both in exams and duties, then there'll be chances for them to hire you
    thanks for the reply, it's helpful. i will be calling them this coming week for more info about the training. I'd like to inquire personally but it's kind of far from my place.
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    Quote from mister eighteen
    hey there, well right now it all depends on us now.since were the one who's taking now the actions of completing the list of requirements. maybe by december, looking forward to become staff now. its the HR department who'll be calling and schedule you for an interview with the nursing service. Dialysis unit? i dont think so, since no one among my batch mates ever been rotated there. Next schedule will be next year.
    If you will be assigned in ORC just pm me.
    I'll be glad to be your "welcoming committee" hehe
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    hi, newbie here, i just want to ask for those who had their 3 months training or anyone who know's about this, to what areas were you exposed? (I mean all the areas) and if it's ok with you, can you give us some few tips or topics to review for the exams, hehe! am I asking too much from you? sorry guys... hope someone can find time to answer my questions, thnx in advance
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    Quote from zhirepotRN
    hi, newbie here, i just want to ask for those who had their 3 months training or anyone who know's about this, to what areas were you exposed? (I mean all the areas) and if it's ok with you, can you give us some few tips or topics to review for the exams, hehe! am I asking too much from you? sorry guys... hope someone can find time to answer my questions, thnx in advance
    hello. you'll be rotated to different areas like wards, ICU, ER, and CCU. There are series of exams that you need to pass. Review all laboratory values, comon drugs, nursing care plan, computations. The exams aren't that easy so you better study and listen to the nurse supervisors during discussions. Wish you good luck. By the way, are you the next batch that will start next year?
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    Thanx for the reply mister eigtheen, really appreciate it. Actually i'm not yet sure if i'll be included for the next batch that will start next year hehehe! I just submitted my requirements last month, they told me they will just contact me. But I'll try to call them if there are any updated for the training. I was just assuming i'll be included for the next batch ^_^ thanx again mister eightheen.
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    What's gonna be the deal if you have someone to back you up in Manila Doctors? I mean ...are we gonna be subjected to the same nursing training and examinations just like the other trainees? thank you
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    yes. but you'll be sure in.

    just want to clear thing out.

    the first one is when you undergo their 3 months training...jut like what mister eighteen went through. if MDH liked your performance, there's a high possibility they will hire you.

    the second one is their direct hire wherein you will not undergo their 3 months training. AFAIK, they only direct hire nurses if they are a graduate of Manila Doctors College, already have paid ursing experience or if they have a backer.

    in my batch, they hired at least half who took the 3-months training.
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    Quote from brigz
    ^^
    yes. but you'll be sure in.

    just want to clear thing out.

    the first one is when you undergo their 3 months training...jut like what mister eighteen went through. if MDH liked your performance, there's a high possibility they will hire you.

    the second one is their direct hire wherein you will not undergo their 3 months training. AFAIK, they only direct hire nurses if they are a graduate of Manila Doctors College, already have paid ursing experience or if they have a backer.

    in my batch, they hired at least half who took the 3-months training.
    Hi... how long have you been working at mdh? did you also underwent 3 months training? and do you know if when exactly is the next batch of training? Actually, I did pass my credentials at hr,and no reply yet,that's why i am planning to undergo their 3 months training. Thank You in advance.
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    Quote from brigz
    ^^
    yes. but you'll be sure in.

    just want to clear thing out.

    the first one is when you undergo their 3 months training...jut like what mister eighteen went through. if MDH liked your performance, there's a high possibility they will hire you.

    the second one is their direct hire wherein you will not undergo their 3 months training. AFAIK, they only direct hire nurses if they are a graduate of Manila Doctors College, already have paid ursing experience or if they have a backer.

    in my batch, they hired at least half who took the 3-months training.
    I 100% agree with you =))
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    Hi brigz and mister eighteen

    Any info when will the next training begin? Thanks


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