OSPITAL NG MAYNILA - page 2

by micRN

hi..can i ask somebody here, have an idea about the training in ospital ng maynila or anybody who have been an experiences there.please share your experiences:)..sharing your experience is very much appreciated.thanks... Read More


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    thank you so much icejo for the complete information..have a nice day!:spin::roll
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    Quote from icejo
    it's 6 to 2 for am and 2 to 10 for pm. they will be the one to give you your shift for the whole 2 months which is if you start as am shift, you'll be for it the entire program. but i think if you have a valid reason in case you want to change shift, they will accomodate you

    do you have saturday and sunday duties? or only week days?
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    no problem, just trying to help. i know how hard it is to find a job so we should all be helping each other.
    and so much for the drama, :d:d:d i haven't heard of a weekend program. it's monday to friday for us. i think you have to complete the 320 hours to be issued the certificate.
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    Quote from icejo
    no problem, just trying to help. i know how hard it is to find a job so we should all be helping each other.
    and so much for the drama, :d:d:d i haven't heard of a weekend program. it's monday to friday for us. i think you have to complete the 320 hours to be issued the certificate.

    well thank you. more powers!
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    Guys I just went to Ospital Ng Maynila earlier this Morning. It's true that they are still accepting Volunteer Nurses. And the good thing is that it is FREE, No charges whatsoever. It's a 2 month volunteer program after which you will take the exam and if you passed and based on your performance you will be hired as a Staff Nurse. They will also issue certificates for the program. Here' an updated list of things you need to submit:

    1. Letter of Intent addressed to

    Dr. Fidel C. Chua
    Hospital Director

    Thru: Mrs. Asuncion C. Balisado
    Chief Nurse

    2. PRC ID (Photocopied)
    3. Credentials (Photocopy)

    Hope all of us will make it. Hurry up cause 3 days from now another batch of graduates will be taking the board exams. Another set of competition for the hospital positions guys. GOD BLESS.
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    To all who undergone the 2months training, is it worth it? i mean is the experience good? are the staff and doctors good to deal with? are they strict about the costumes? and most especially, you guys said that there is an exam to take to know if you're qualified to be a nurse..um, can i know what's the scope of the exam? how many items it was? thanks....=)
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    Quote from ymcantiquera
    are they strict about the costumes?
    What costumes? Did you mean uniform? Or you meant something other than that?
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    Hi! Can I ask somebody who already submitted their resume for volunteer work in Ospital ng Maynila? I already submitted my resume few months ago. I just want to know what month is in line with the training?
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    Quote from Echo12
    Guys I just went to Ospital Ng Maynila earlier this Morning. It's true that they are still accepting Volunteer Nurses. And the good thing is that it is FREE, No charges whatsoever. It's a 2 month volunteer program after which you will take the exam and if you passed and based on your performance you will be hired as a Staff Nurse. They will also issue certificates for the program. Here' an updated list of things you need to submit:

    1. Letter of Intent addressed to

    Dr. Fidel C. Chua
    Hospital Director

    Thru: Mrs. Asuncion C. Balisado
    Chief Nurse

    2. PRC ID (Photocopied)
    3. Credentials (Photocopy)

    Hope all of us will make it. Hurry up cause 3 days from now another batch of graduates will be taking the board exams. Another set of competition for the hospital positions guys. GOD BLESS.
    hi.. does it follow that you when you submit the requirements, you will be scheduled right away? Or should you wait for days or weeks or so? thanks. =)
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    @Jesjay

    I submitted my credentials last may 25 and the staff there at the nursing service told me to call them after 2 weeks since the papers will be sent to the hospital director for his initial, then checked by the head nurse, and lastly sent back to the hospital director for approval. If im not mistaken august will be the next batch after the current June 6 batch.


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