Metropolitan Medical Center currently hiring staff nurses - page 8

Hi! For those interested, just this morning I heard from a newly hired staff nurse in Metropolitan Medical Center that the hospital is currently hiring staff nurses. Sadly, I can't apply there for... Read More

  1. Visit  orangemouth profile page
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    @fissure how many are you during your training? how many months? I'm on my 3rd week of hospital-hunting. err.. I am really praying for December to come. I'm sure that there'll be a lot of vacancies for us oh, I didn't know that there's this PM thing in here.. will check that out
  2. Visit  fissure profile page
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    @orangemouth at first 30. training is 4-5 weeks.. 1st week is just lecture. then the rest is area rotation. AND please do not be intimidated about this thread's previous posts that they prioritize "good looking female nurses", almost half of us were guys. hopefully. Makati med usually hires in the last quarter of the year... anyways, the process at metropolitan is first, they'll text you for nursing exam, if you pass the exam, you'll take the IQ evaluation, after that, initial interview from HR personnel,(they will offer you Admitting staff position--they will tell you that nurses there usually spend 3-4 months in admitting section before being pooled for training--but no, its not true..some of us were from Admitting and undergone same process, but most of us were directly interviewed by the chief nurse -{thats the final interview})
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  3. Visit  orangemouth profile page
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    whoa! thank you for that information. that will really help a lot of us who were scared just by the thought of that 'good-looking nurses'. but unluckily, they started their training already so I'll just wait for another update on when they will be hiring again.
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  4. Visit  lee_nicolette profile page
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    Quote from fissure
    @orangemouth at first 30. training is 4-5 weeks.. 1st week is just lecture. then the rest is area rotation. AND please do not be intimidated about this thread's previous posts that they prioritize "good looking female nurses", almost half of us were guys. hopefully. Makati med usually hires in the last quarter of the year... anyways, the process at metropolitan is first, they'll text you for nursing exam, if you pass the exam, you'll take the IQ evaluation, after that, initial interview from HR personnel,(they will offer you Admitting staff position--they will tell you that nurses there usually spend 3-4 months in admitting section before being pooled for training--but no, its not true..some of us were from Admitting and undergone same process, but most of us were directly interviewed by the chief nurse -{thats the final interview})
    Hi fissure! Just want to ask, how long did you wait for their text message regarding if you passed the final interview? Thank you!
  5. Visit  fissure profile page
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    Quote from lee_nicolette
    Hi fissure! Just want to ask, how long did you wait for their text message regarding if you passed the final interview? Thank you!
    a week.
  6. Visit  acern11 profile page
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    Hello!
    Is MMC still open for training? I'm a newly board passer and interested in applying at MMC.
    Thanks
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  7. Visit  angeliquenurse18 profile page
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    Hi! How did you interview go?
    May I ask for some tips regarding the questions asked during the interview?
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  8. Visit  bluesparklerini profile page
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    @fissure Hello! I'm new in this thread. I just want to share my experience. Just this afternoon, I was texted by Metropolitan to report this Friday (Nov.14) 8AM for an "exam and interview". My question is... Can anyone please give me any idea about the exam? Like how many items for how many hours? Difficulty level? I will greatly appreciate it so as to help other fellow RNs too
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  9. Visit  fissure profile page
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    Hi guys..MMC surely hires new board passers. Regarding the exam and interview, well, there will be a nursing exam and IQ assessment. You have to pass those two in order to go through initial interview (done by the HR staff). forgot about how many items it was, bu it was pretty basic. Computations, multiple choice, conversion. Essay. Final interview is done with the chief nurse. Please be advised that sometimes, they will offer you jobs on other departments. I suggest that you do not accept it and state that you really want to apply as staff nurse.
  10. Visit  bluesparklerini profile page
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    @fissure Thank you for the info Yes, I'm a new board passer. Do you also have an idea what will they do if I refuse their offer to be in other dept? Will they actually hire me as a staff nurse or they will just let me go for refusing their offer? If I will be put in other dept, will I still have a chance to be an actual staff nurse?
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  11. Visit  fissure profile page
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    No, they will still line you up for the nursing department. Sometimes, they will offer a slot in the admitting section and will say that that is the usual process. After 2-3 minths you'll get transfered to nursing dept. Some of us didnt accepted the offer from the admitting, but were still lined up for the nursing dept.
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  12. Visit  bluesparklerini profile page
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    @fissure Let's say I declined their offer to be assigned in other dept, how long does it usually take before I will actually be called for the staff nurse position? Will it also take 2-3 months before they contact me again? I submitted my credentials on the 3rd week of October and I was told by the HR that the exams for nurse applicants was already done and I've read from previous entries in this thread that around September 11, training has already started, but they texted me to report this friday so I was thinking, since it's already 2nd week of November, is it possible that they will soon start another training for another batch? Anyway, I thank you for patiently answering my questions! And another concern, will they pay me if I will choose to be in the admitting dept for the mean time? Just really want to know every side there is.
  13. Visit  fissure profile page
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    Quote from bluesparklerini
    @fissure Let's say I declined their offer to be assigned in other dept, how long does it usually take before I will actually be called for the staff nurse position? Will it also take 2-3 months before they contact me again? I submitted my credentials on the 3rd week of October and I was told by the HR that the exams for nurse applicants was already done and I've read from previous entries in this thread that around September 11, training has already started, but they texted me to report this friday so I was thinking, since it's already 2nd week of November, is it possible that they will soon start another training for another batch? Anyway, I thank you for patiently answering my questions! And another concern, will they pay me if I will choose to be in the admitting dept for the mean time? Just really want to know every side there is.

    i dont know with that, because in our batch, it just took 2 days before they contacted us for interview for staff nurse position. it depends on their demand actually. you'll probably assigned to other departments with that. im pretty sure they wont conduct an orientation as of now. yes, they will pay you if you choose to be in other departments.
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