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anyone here applied for SLMC-GC???

how was it? can you share your experiences? I heared there's a height requirement? Did they already pick applicants that are for training?

can you please state clearly what those abreviation means

SLMC-GC is St.Lukes Medical Center -Global City

yup, there's a height requirement and you must not be over weight nor under weight, if so, you must loose or gain the said weight (for real) then after 2 weeks if they like you or you passed their assessment they'll call you for the technical interview. they hate follow ups.

actually, they haven't hired any yet, they said you'll have your training in SLMC-QC for 3 mos and they'll call you, if you have a good evaluation based on your performance. then you'll be the pioneer employees for slmc-gc (take note your a full time employee) which will be opening October next year.

for those who doesn't receive a call after two weeks your papers will be filed for future reference.

you'll be interviewed by 3's its like an open forum.

lenjoy03 specializes in Critical Care.

I already have a regular job and very contented with it. I'm just curious.

How come there's a height and weight requirement? I got the point to hire someone who is physically fit, but what if the top 1 of the board exam applied and suddenly his just 4"11' or less and has a weight of 200 lbs? No offense! Gee.... I guess they'll give exception for this, but what about those who deserve to have a job in a nursing profession? Well I know everyone should follow the rules, but I guess this kind of rule is really unfair! I've read that there are nurses who are not that tall and are successful in their career. What would you do with a height and weight if your hiring someone who has no heart for the profession? And its already a form of discrimination. Just my own opinion.

there's no height limit for applying as a staff nurse at St Luke's medical center.I myself is 4' 11" in height but they accepted me. I am done with my medical exam and will begin the training this Aug 14.Just do your best!! Good luck!

yes they do accept newly grad nurse.just pass your resume at st lukes cathedral heights 16th floor, E. rodriguez.they are hiring continously and needing a lot of staff nurses and other medical professions for the opening of st lukes the fort.best of luck to you!!

there's no height limit for applying as a staff nurse at St Luke's medical center.I myself is 4' 11" in height but they accepted me. I am done with my medical exam and will begin the training this Aug 14.Just do your best!! Good luck!

Thank you tinx! may I ask when did you start your application and how long did you wait before you got a call from them? Do you know what the minimum board rating they accept? And lastly, do you mind sharing some tips?

can you please state clearly what those abreviation means

Sorry Dave787! SLMC-GC means St. Luke's Medical Center Global City.

Do you think it is an advantage if I indicate in my resume that I already passed my NCLEX? Someone told me that it is not in St. Lukes prospective, Is it true?

there's no height limit for applying as a staff nurse at St Luke's medical center.I myself is 4' 11" in height but they accepted me. I am done with my medical exam and will begin the training this Aug 14.Just do your best!! Good luck!

When did you start your application? How long did you wait before you got a call from them? Care to share some tips? Thank you!

my friend was interviewed 1 week ago and the interviewer said she like the way she answered the questions but the problem was her body figure and height... =(

my friend was interviewed 1 week ago and the interviewer said she like the way she answered the questions but the problem was her body figure and height... =(

Yes I heard the same. So what happened to your friend's application? does it mean she didn't make it? Can I ask your friend's weight and height?

Can it also be that your friend is not qualified in some aspect and the St. Luke's HR was just using the height/weight excuse??? Did your friend mention anything about how the interview went or did they (HR) look for special trainings like BLS or IVT that your friend might not have?

diapersprinkles specializes in ICU.

raine14,

i passed my application and resume at st. lukes last July 21 then they contacted me for an interview schedule August 1... so that is 7 working days.

does anyone have any idea on what's going to take place during the interview? am i going to be interviewed by the HR or by someone from the Nsg Service? do i have to study anything for the interview?

Your responses would be greatly appreciated. thank you.

raine14,

i passed my application and resume at st. lukes last july 21 then they contacted me for an interview schedule august 1... so that is 7 working days.

does anyone have any idea on what's going to take place during the interview? am i going to be interviewed by the hr or by someone from the nsg service? do i have to study anything for the interview?

your responses would be greatly appreciated. thank you.

thank you diapersprikles! just read your thread. how was your interview?

i read to some forums that physical appearance plays a factor (height and weight, some say even the complexion), do you encounter such thing?

hope your interview has a positive result. if it's ok let me know what happen. feedbacks will be much appreciated!

i think that its a nice opportunity to be employed there as a pioneer!

and its st. luke's one of the best hospital here!

yoo jin specializes in EENT, Radiology, Neuroscience.

I passed my resume then after 4 days I got a text message, for an initial interview. Everyone's dressed up, so If you want to make a nice impression, I suggest you do the same. We were interviewed in 5's. The host throws questions and everyone's given a chance to speak. First there is the whole tell me something about yourself tirade. Then your plans in 10 years or so. Then, why SLMC? That's about it. I wasnt called back for a technical interview yet, though the HR of SLMC-QC called me to report for a screening for an ancillary job at the main hospital. (I basically distributed my resume to all HRs of SLMC- Global City, Dept of Clinical Advancement- staff nurse for QC, and HR at annexII- ancillary nurse for different areas)

Guys, if you want to apply at HR at annex II, theyre definitely hiring. Though you wont be assigned at the floor. Rather in areas like Renal unit, Endoscopy, Women's health, CTscan, Brachytherapy, Sleep Disorders, Bone Marrow, and other. For those who hate wearing stockings under your nurse dress (given Manila's weather), this is the perfct position for you! You get to wear the blue scrubs.

Good luck! :nurse:

Hi yoojin...

Re: Guys, if you want to apply at HR at annex II, theyre definitely hiring.

Do you know what they're looking for here? Is it still for a nurse position? And do you know where I should pass my resume for this?

Any info is appreciated...and thanks in advance...

hi Yoo jin, I'm also interested i being a part of the St. Luke's Medical Center even if it's just ancillary. So we'll just go straight to the HR right? I tried submitting my credentials in the Dept. for Clinical Advancement but still no call from them so I'm gonna try being in ancillary. Thanks for the info!

yoo jin specializes in EENT, Radiology, Neuroscience.

earthly jewels and hinageshi, they are looking for nurses too. If you like other nursing jobs just like I have said, its also good to have these as your starting career point. SLMC offers a lot of trainings and seminars for free once your part of the family. I was once part of SLMC and I really enjoyed my stay there, thats why I am trying to get back.

When you enter SLMC main entrance, climb one flight of stairs, and youll see ANNEX II notice right in front of you. at the end of the hall, theres an elevator, go to the 5th floor, and when you get off, youll see a glass door that says Human Rsources. I suggest you personally hand your resume to a personnel, because we all know how pigeon hole works right?

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