OSPITAL NG MAYNILA

  1. 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
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  3. by   icejo
    hi! i was a volunteer nurse there last november til january. we were placed in 4 different areas in a span of 2 weeks for every area. no fee was collected and after the volunteer program, they issued a certificate and we took their qualifying exam for the application as a staff nurse.interviewed after passing the exam.and now waiting to be hired. all in all, the experience was nice and was a learning experience.
  4. by   jesjay
    Quote from icejo
    hi! i was a volunteer nurse there last november til january. we were placed in 4 different areas in a span of 2 weeks for every area. no fee was collected and after the volunteer program, they issued a certificate and we took their qualifying exam for the application as a staff nurse.interviewed after passing the exam.and now waiting to be hired. all in all, the experience was nice and was a learning experience.
    hi! are they currently hiring applicants? and how did you apply for a volunteer program? thanks!
  5. by   micRN
    thanx for sharing icejo..how about the uniform to wear? the time schedule rotation? im gonna start my training this coming august.tanx in advance.
  6. by   icejo
    i just went there with my credentials, the usual stuff, went directly to the training office and pass the requirements. letter of intent, diploma, transcript, rle breakdown, i'm not sure if the board rating and board certificate are also needed but i still bring it with me. i think they're continously accepting volunteer because it's only for two months.
    as for the uniform, we wore our school uniform.white pants, white blouse, white shoes and you will use your license as your id so bring it with you also. you will have your orientation on the first day anyway, so all the details will be discussed there.
  7. by   icejo
    btw, they told us that those who has undergone the volunteer program will be prioritized in hiring as a staff. hope these helps
  8. by   micRN
    thanx you so much icejo...now, i already have an idea what's going on.
  9. by   micRN
    hi icejo,, i went there just to see the time of rotation posting outside the training office. i saw there that there's no time indicated, its pm and am only. what does it mean? tanx icejo..
  10. by   jesjay
    Quote from icejo
    btw, they told us that those who has undergone the volunteer program will be prioritized in hiring as a staff. hope these helps
    thank you so much for the info!
  11. by   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
  12. by   micRN
    thank you so much icejo for the complete information..have a nice day!:spin::roll
  13. by   griffin_girl
    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?
  14. by   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.

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