Tuesday, March 13, 2007

PGH seeks full-time nurses

The Philippine General Hospital (PGH), a leading tertiary government hospital, is accepting applicants for full-time nurse positions.

The PGH, created in 1907, is a tertiary referral center and the teaching hospital of the University of the Philippines. The hospital sits on a 10-hectare lot in the City of Manila, with 45 buildings, 19 clinical departments, and a total of 1500 patient beds.

Interested applicants must contact the PGH Division of Nursing Research and Development (DNRD). Here's a list of requirements. Only original documents are accepted.

1. Accomplished Dean's Form (request this form from the DNRD at the 2F Central Block Bldg, PGH) **The Dean's form requires that you submit a summary with your GWA, RLE grades and class ranking. The form must be signed by your school's registrar or dean.**

2. Transcript of Records
3. Board Rating (with breakdown)
4. Related Learning Experience form (similar to the one nurse exam applicants submit to the Prof. Regulatory Comm. (PRC)
5. Resume with 2x2 photo
6. Current PRC license (photocopy & include back portion)
7. Phil. Nurses Association membership (photocopy & include back portion)

Place above documents in a big brown envelope and submit to the DNRD during office hours (Mon. to Fri. 7am to 3:30pm).



For questions, you may contact DNRD directly (Trunkline: 5218450) or just post comments here and we'll try to answer as much as we can.

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2 comments:

Julie said...

This was posted March 13. Is it still open until now? If it is, is it possible for me to just mail my application since I'm from the far North? Thanks!

Geoff said...

I'm not sure. But I think it's possible because when you submit your credentials, they will schedule you for the exam. What you should do is to call them first and arrange that you'll be sending your application. Then they'll look for an exam date for you. You'll have to pay the P100 testing fee before your exam date and, of course, go there on your test date. I think exams dates are for late April already. They usually conduct it every Friday.

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