RN Heals 4 for 2013

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RN Heals or Registered Nurses for Health Enhancement and Local Service program has an upcoming batch for nurses and midwives. The RN Heals batch 4  or RN Heals 4 will employ 22, 500 nurses and midwives to Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) areas. The allocated budget is P 2.8 billion. This post will be a hub for news and updates about RN Heals 4. RN Heals 4 application and requirements and some useful RN Heals 4 tips will be posted here. Be sure to check this often at this simple URL: nurseslabs.com/rnheals4

Application

For those who want to apply for RN Heals 4, here are some must-read guidelines:

Here’s a list of CHDs and hospitals open for applicants.

The Department of Health (DOH) officially opens the application and recruitment for RN Heals 4 for 2013. Midwives and Nurses can apply in the said program. RN Heals 4 — Batch 2013 recruitment and selection will start on October 29, 2012 and will end in November 29, 2012.

In this article, you can download the RN Heals 4 application forms.

Application Form for Nurses

This is the official application form for nurses applying for RN Heals 4 batch 2013. Click on the Download button below and print yourself a copy.

Application Forms for Midwives

This is the application form midwives who want to join the Rural Health Midwives Placement Program (RHMPP).  Click on the Download button below and print yourself a copy.  

Official Announcement

From the DOH 2013 Budget Proposal of Secretary Ona, he mentioned that:

“P 2.8 billion is allocated to the Doctors to the Barrios and Rural Health Practice Program for the deployment of 22,500 batch 4 RN HEALS (Registered Nurses for Health Enhancement and Local Service) and midwives to Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) areas, as well as 221 medical doctors to doctor-less municipalities.”

With that alone, we hope that it cleared the fog of speculation among nurses if there will be an RN Heals 4. Yes, there will be.

Recommended Readings

Application Guidelines & Requirements

As of now, there is no official memo about the guidelines and requirements. This post, entitled RNHeals Ultimate Guide, will help you from application letter writing to employment.

RN Heals 4 Application will start from November 1-30

September 20, 2012 – DOH posted this at their Fan Page

“Application for RN Heals 4 will start by November 1-30. The guidelines for application is still being reviewed. It will be posted as soon as it is finalized. Those who were part of the previous RN Heals 1-3 need not apply to give chance to those who have not undergone the training.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Read this post about the Frequently Asked Questions about RN Heals

Distribution List and Hospitals Accepting Applicants

The DOH released the approved distribution list for DOH Hospitals. On the first column, you’ll be able to see which hospitals all throughout the Philippines that are accepting applicants for RN Heals 4. The last column shows the number of slots or number of nurses they are suppose to hire.

HOSPITALS

Authorized Bed Capacity

RNHeals 4 Slots

SPECIALIZED HOSPITALS
1 Amang Rodriguez Medical Center

300

138

2 East Avenue Medical Center

600

450

3 Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital

700

412

4 Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center

450

300

5 National Center for Mental Health

4,200

400

6 National Children’s Hospital

250

172

7 Philippine Orthopedic Center

700

275

8 Quirino Memorial Medical Center

350

266

9 Research Institute for Tropical Medicine

50

74

10 Rizal Medical Center

300

266

11 San Lazaro Hospital

500

370

12 Tondo Medical Center

200

190

SPECIALTY HOSPITALS
1 Lung Center of the Philippines

210

50

2 National Kidney and Transplant Institute

224

50

3 Philippine Children’s Medical Center

200

50

4 Philippine Heart Center

280

50

REGIONAL HOSPITALS
1 Adela Serra TY Memorial Medical Center

200

40

2 Amai Pakpak Medical Center

200

62

3 Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center

400

360

4 Basilan General Hospital

100

20

5 Bataan General Hospital

350

135

6 Batanes General Hospital

75

36

7 Batangas Regional Hospital

250

176

8 Bicol Medical Center

500

436

9 Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital

250

172

10 Bicol Sanitarium

200

26

11 Cagayan Valley Medical Center

500

198

12 CARAGA Regional Hospital

150

136

13 Conner District Hospital

25

6

14 Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hosp.

400

292

15 Cotabato Regional and Medical Center

400

204

16 Cotabato Sanitarium

250

8

17 Culion Sanitarium

600

38

18 Davao Regional Hospital

200

198

19 Don Emilio del Valle Memorial Hosp.

50

26

20 Don Jose S. Monfort Medical Center Ext. Hosp.

50

8

21 Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital

2,000

152

22 Dr. Jose Rizal Memorial Hospital

200

70

23 Dr. Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center

400

202

24 Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center

250

172

25 Eversley Childs Sanitarium

500

20

26 Far North Luzon Gen. Hospital and Training Center

100

20

27 Gov. Celestino Gallares Memorial Hospital

225

168

28 Ilocos Training and Regional Medical Center

300

136

29 Jose B. Lingad Memorial Hospital

250

182

30 Labuan Public Hospital

10

12

31 Las Piñas Gen. Hosp. & Satellite Trauma Center

200

141

32 Luis Hora Memorial Regional Hospital

150

40

33 Margosatubig Regional Hospital

300

20

34 Mariano Marcos Memorial Hospital and Medical Center

200

106

35 Mariveles Mental Hospital

500

70

36 Mayor Hilarion A. Ramiro, Sr., Regional Training and Teaching Hospital

150

122

37 Mindanao Central Sanitarium

450

10

38 Northern Mindanao Medical Center

300

232

39 Ospital ng Palawan

150

38

40 Region I Medical Center

300

166

41 San Lorenzo Ruiz Women’s Hospital

10

15

42 Schistosomiasis Control and Research Institute

25

12

43 Southern Isabela General Hospital

50

32

44 Southern Philippines Medical Center (formerly Davao Medical Center)

600

400

45 St. Anthony Mother and Child Hospital

25

22

46 Sulu Sanitarium

120

10

47 Talavera Extension Hospital

50

16

48 Talisay District Hospital

25

10

49 Valenzuela Medical Center

200

200

50 Veterans Regional Hospital

200

74

51 Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center

800

388

52 Western Visayas Medical Center

400

280

53 Western Visayas Sanitarium

300

26

54 Zamboanga City Medical Center

250

228

TOTAL FOR HOSPITAL

24,654

9,882

TOTAL FOR RURAL HEALTH UNITS

12,618

GRAND TOTAL

22,500

 

Official Guidelines by the DOH

The Department of Health released last October 29, 2012 the Department Order No. 2012-0184 (DO 2012-0184) which states the guidelines for the implementation of the Registered Nurses for Health Enhancement and Local Service (RN heals) Project Batch IV. DO 2012-0184 lists the specifics and implementing guidelines of the RN Heals 4 for 2013. This guideline is more specific than the previous one.

 

 

The Order speaks of the following interesting points:

 

  1. RNheals nurses are not ‘employed’ but rather are intended for learning and development. Nurses under the program are not regular employees but pre-service trainees. They are given stipend/allowances not salaries.
  2. RNheals 4 tour of duty will be from January to December 2013. Nurses will be assigned in DOH Hospitals (Hospital Setting) or Rural Health Units (Community Setting.
  3. Stipend/allowance for RN Heals 2013 is still 8,000 per month with PhilHealth and GSIS Insurance.
  4. Nurses are to be awarded with Certificate of Completion after satisfactorily completing the RNheals program.
  5. RN Heals 4 Recruitment and selection period will be from October 29, 2012 to November 2012.
  6. Application forms shall be submitted directly to CHDs for community setting and DOH Hospitals for hospital setting.
  7. Learn how to apply, with this guide.
  8. ONLY NURSES WITH PRC LICENSE are eligible to apply.
  9. Nurses who have previously engaged in RNHeals are not qualified to re-enter the project.
  10. In case of absences, a fixed amount of Php 363.00 per day shall be deducted.
  11. Stipend shall be given on or before every 10th and 25th day of the month.
  12. Eight training hours per day shall be completed by the nurse.

 

 

Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY 

 

Department Order
No. 2012-0184

 

Subject: Guidelines for the Implementation of the Registered Nurses for Health Enhancement and Local Service (RNheals) Project Batch IV.

 

I. Rationale

 

The Registered Nurses for Health Enhancement and Local Service Project otherwise known as RNheals Project was conceptualized in response to the country’s constitutional mandate to make essential health goods and social services available to all Filipinos, especially the poor.

 

On February 14, 2012, RNheals was launched in collaboration with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), Professional Regulatory Commission-Board of Nursing (PRC-BON) and Philippine Nurses Association (PNA). RNheals is a learning and deployment project designed to mobilize registered nurses in identified priority areas to improve delivery of quality health care services. As such, RNheals is a collaborative effort of national and local government, government and private organizations and other stakeholders. While RNheals is envisioned to improve access of poor municipalities to quality healthcare with social services, RNheals specifically aims at increasing nurses’ employability by creating a pool of registered nurses with enhanced clinical and public health management competencies. Taken from Nurseslabs.com

 

RNheals does not intend to provide employment but rather learning and development. The nurses under RNheals are therefore not regular employees but pre-service trainees. They are given allowance/stipend not salaries and are deployed in areas where nursing services are mostly needed

 

II. Objectives

 

The Order aims to standardize the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of RNheals Project Batch IV at all levels.

 

III. Scope of Application

 

This Order shall apply to Department of Health Central Office, Centers for Health Development, Department of Health Hospitals, Rural Health Units and the Nurses involved in the implementation of RNheals Project Batch IV.  Taken from Nurseslabs.com

 

IV. Implementing Mechanisms

 

  1. Strengthen nurses’ capabilities in the DOH Hospital and Rural Health Units as a form of technical assistance towards the delivery of the DOH thrusts in a well-coordinated manner.
  2. Create a network of nurse preceptors in health facilities both in the DOH hospitals and RHUs to maintain quality and standards of nursing competencies.
  3. Utilize a comprehensive competency based curriculum that blends both learning and development.
  4. Structure a targeted recruitment and selection process to minimize attrition of nurses.
  5. Establish a monitoring, evaluation and reporting system of the project. The DOH-CO, Regional Project Management Team, Provincial Management Team, Hospital Management Team in partnerships with agencies that have common thrust such as DSWD, DILG, Nurses Associations, LGUs and Non-Government Agencies shall be involved in the process.  Taken from Nurseslabs.com
  6. Award a Certificate of Completion to nurses that will satisfactorily complete the project.

 

V. Implementing Guidelines

 

  1. General Guidelines
    1. RNheals nurses shall be assigned in DOH Hospitals or RHUs as pre-service trainees for one (1) year from January to December 2013.
    2. A distribution list shall be provided by the HHRDB to all CHDs and DOH hospitals through their cluster heads per RHUs and DOH Hospitals. The CHDs shall finalize/reallocate the distribution considering capacity of accepting trainees/situation of receiving units/municipalities.
    3. The nurses under RNheals shall receive a monthly allowance/stipend of Php 8,000.00, PhilHealth Insurance premium of Php 2,400.00, GSIS Group Personal Accident Insurance premium of Php 500.00 and additional monetary or non-monetary benefits from the recipient health facilities.
    4. After the satisfactory completion of their learning and deployment, the nurses shall be awarded with a Certificate of Completion.
    5. The Center for Health Development (CHDs) through their respective cluster heads in close collaboration with the HHRDB and stakeholders shall monitor the implementation of the project.
  2. Specific Guidelines
    1. Recruitment and selection period will be from October 29, 2012 to November 29, 2012. The Centers for Health Development and DOH Hospitals shall set their timelines for accepting applications and selecting the pre-service trainees within the prescribed period.
    2. Applicants shall accomplish the official RNheals Project application form which can be downloaded through the DOH website www.doh.gov.ph/rnheals [website is down, download the forms here]
    3. Applications shall be submitted directly to the Centers for Health Development for RHU applicants and DOH Hospitals for applicants interested in hospital training. Applications received by the RHUs, PHOs and DOH Central Office shall be forwarded to the respective Centers for Health Development and DOH Hospitals accordingly.
    4. Only nurses with official and validated Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) license are eligible to apply. Verification shall be done via the internet at www.prc.gov.ph
    5. Applicants shall undergo the recruitment and selection process by the CHDs for RHUs and DOH Hospitals in coordination with CHD-HRDU.
    6. Nurses must be physically and mentally fit. A medical certificate from a government health facilities is required before the start of training.
    7. Priority shall be given to nurses residing in the localities where the recipient rural health units/hospitals are located.
    8. Nurses who have been previously engaged in RNheals are not qualified to re-enter the project. Verification of previous RNheals shall be done via internet at www.doh.gov.ph/rnheals.
    9. Names of officially accepted applicants shall be forwarded to HHRDB through the CHDs/DOH hospitals for proper documentation on or before December 15, 2012.
    10. The duration of training will be from January 2013 to December 2013.
    11. The Php 8,000.000 allowance/stipend shall be given in full for pre-service trainees that has completed the number of training days per month. In case of absences, a fixed amount of Php 363.00 per day shall be deducted regardless of the number of training days per month. The stipend shall be released on or before every 10th and 25th day of the month.
    12. The RNheals nurses shall be enrolled in the PhilHealth iGroup Insurance and the GSISS Group Personal Accident insurance at the beginning of the year. The CHDs/DOH Hospitals shall have paid the premiums by January 2013. The GSIS insurance shall have the following coverage: Accident Death/Dismemberment of P500, 000.00 per person; Medical Reimbursement of P50, 000 per person; Bereavement Assistance of Php 10,000 per person. This post was taken from from Nurseslabs.com
    13. The RNheals nurses shall submit their Daily Time Record (DTRs) as basis for the allowance/stipend. This shall be duly approved by the Public Health Nurses/Municipal Health Office in the RHUs or Supervising Nurse/Nurse Training Office/Chief Nurse in the DOH Hospitals.
    14. The receiving facilities shall provide additional monetary or non-monetary incentives to nurses in any of the following but not limited to: training opportunities, meals or meal allowance, transportation or transportation allowance, communication allowance, modest board and lodging whenever necessary;
    15. The RNheals nurses shall undergo the Pre-Deployment Orientation prior to assumption of their assignment.
    16. The RNheals nurses shall sign a training agreement in pursuit of their commitment to enhance their competencies and complete the project. RNheals nurses who completed the training shall be awarded with a Certificate of Completion signed by the CHD Director or Hospital Chief as appropriate. Otherwise, they will only receive a certificate of attendance.
    17. The RNheals nurses are required to complete eight (8) training hours per day. Night duties are strictly not allowed. They are likewise paired with at least a regular staff nurse/public health nurse as a mentor/coach.
    18. The RNheals nurses shall be evaluated after module/rotation to measure their progress during the training period.
    19. The Centers for Health Development (CHDs) and DOH Hospitals through the finance unit shall submit a disbursement report every 10th day of the month to Finance Service and HHRDB as well as a quarterly project monitoring report to HHRDB. This post was taken from from Nurseslabs.com
    20. The HHRDB shall prepare a comprehensive competency based curriculum guide for the DOH Hospitals and RHUs.

 

VI. Roles and Responsibilities

 

The following are the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in the implementation of the project:

 

  1. The DOH Central Office through the HHRDB shall:
    • Lead in the management of the learning and deployment of nurses through its CHDs;
    • Sub-allot the funding requirements of the project to the CHDs and DOH Hospitals;
    • Prepare the nurses distribution list for approval by the Secretary of Health through the Cluster Head;
    • Oversee and monitor project implementation;
    • Prepare the RNheals competency based curriculum guide for the DOH hospitals and RHUs.
  2. The Operational Clusters through the Centers for Health Development CHDs shall:
    • Coordinate with health facilities in their respective regions for their nurse requirements, validation of PRC licenses and ensure fair and objective recruitment, selection and deployment;
    • Brief the Local Chief Executives (i.e. Congressmen, Governors, Mayors) of the project to explore areas of partnerships and collaborate with the LGUs in the orientation and exit conference of the nurses;
    • Ensure the enrolment of nurses to PhilHealth Insurance and GSIS Group Personal Accident Insurance at the start of training and lobby with the head of the receiving facility for the provision of additional benefits;
    • Manage the funds intended for the project including the preparation of the payroll and remit the corresponding allowances/stipends to the bank; This post was taken from from Nurseslabs.com
    • Lead in the monitoring and evaluation of the project through the Regional and Provincial Management Team and submit the Fund Utilization Report, Program Implementation Review Report, Monitoring Report including competency assessment of the nurses and list of accepted RNheals to the DOH Central Office.
    • Provide the nurses with Certificate of Completion after the satisfactory completion of the project or a Certificate of Attendance as appropriate.
  3. The Department of Health (DOH) Hospitals shall:
    • Ensure fair and objective recruitment, selection and assignment process of the nurses assigned in their areas;
    • Validated the PRC license of accepted nurses;
    • Lead in the training and development of nurses including the orientation and exit conference in accordance to the project Training Design;
    • Ensure the enrolment of nurses to PhilHealth Insurance and GSIS Group Personal Accident Insurance at the start of training and provide additional monetary or non-monetary incentives to nurses in any of the following but not limited to: training opportunities, training allowance, meals or meal allowance, transportation or transportation allowance, communication allowance, modest board and lodging whenever necessary.
    • Manage the funds intended for the project including the preparation of the payroll and remit the corresponding allowances/stipends to the bank. This post was taken from from Nurseslabs.com
    • Lead in the monitoring and evaluation of the project through the Regional and Provincial Management Team and submit the Fund Utilization Report, Program Implementation Review Report, Monitoring Report including competency assessment of the nurses and list of accepted RNheals to the DOH Central Office.
    • Provide the nurses with Certificate of Completion after the satisfactory completion of the project or a Certificate of Attendance as appropriate.
  4. The Nurse trainees shall:
    1. Conform and complete the learning and development plan prepared by the Project;
    2. Abide with the Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, the Hospital/RHU Rules and Regulations, and the Code of Discipline and Rules and Regulations prescribed by the RNheals Project;
    3. Communicate promptly to the immediate supervisor for concerns regarding learning and development assignment, issues and concerns;
    4. Prepare and submit reports as prescribed by the project.

 

VII. Effectivity

 

These guidelines shall take effect immediately

 

(Sgd) Enrique T. Ona, MD, FPCS, FACS
Secretary of Health

Source: Department of Health

Sample Application Letter

Just like with other job openings, RN Heals requires you to write an application letter accompanied by your bio data or resume. Application letters should be written in a presentable paper, neat and nicely designed. Also, it should fit in one page and the objective is to attract the reader to your letter.  Application letters (sometimes referred to as Cover Letters) are very easy to write as long as you know the basics.

Here are two RN Heals sample application letters:

RN Heals Sample Application Letter 1

Dr. Rosanna M. Halum M.D.
Medical Directress
Orthopedic Traumatologist
Resident Physician
Bulusan  Family Clinic
Central Bulusan, Sorsogon

Dear Madam:

I have heard that there is a job hiring in your office, I am interested to apply as one for any job vacancy offered.

I am RONALD MENDIZABAL FULLER, 2 yrs of age, single. I graduated from Our Lady Of Fatima University, Q.C. with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing on March 17, 2007 and has passed the nursing licensure examination . I experienced worked  as a nurse trainee at Gubat District Hospital, Gubat, Sorsogon on 2008.  Worked as a Nurse at Gubat District Hospital, for six months and six months on Rural health center at Bulusan, Sorsogon thru the Registered nurse Health Enhancement and Local Services(RNheals) program by the Department of Health.

Attached herewith is my resume for your perusal.

I should sincerely appreciate the courtesy of an interview at your convenience.

Hoping for your favorable response

Thank you.

Very truly yours,

Ronald M. Fuller

RN Heals Sample Application Letter 2

December 07, 2011

VALERIANO V. LOPEZ JR., MD, MPH, MHA
Director IV Center for Health Development-Ilocos San Fernando City, La Union

Thru: FANNY CARMELITA T. DOMINGO
Provincial Health Team Leader Laoag City, Ilocos Norte

Dear Madam:

I take pleasure in exploring the possibility of offering my services to your esteemed institution as Registered Nurses for Health Enhancement and Local Services (RN HEALS) under Department of Health.

I received a degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing from one of the respected catholic school in Ilocos Norte, Philippines, Divine Word College of Laoag. I was able to complete the required Related Learning Experiences. I took the Nurse Licensure Examination last July 2011 in San Juan de Letran University, Manila and passed the said examination.

I am energetic and hardworking with the ability to adapt to the environment easily, have excellent communication and demonstration skills. You will find my additional qualifications in my resume. I would like to develop and enhance more of my skills as a professional nurse in your institution madam.

It has come to my realization that it would prove more helpful in my career if I’ll try to explore other challenging work opportunities, where I could be better able to utilize my skills and abilities, and at the same time welcome a novel learning process. This will be possible if I will enter in your prestigious institution. I am hoping that my experiences with your institution will shape me to a more responsible and service- oriented professional.

I have attached a copy of my resume for your kind perusal.

Looking forward to being of service to your esteemed institution, I would be glad to hear from you. I’ll be willing to come for a personal interview if necessary, you can contact me in this number {phone number}

Respectfully yours,

KRISTINE CLAIRE R. OLIQUINO, BSN, R.N

 

Via Zenbon & unethical666

133 COMMENTS

  1. guys cnu po may alam kilan ang nxt batch for rnheals davao city or davao del norte. update me asap thx….

  2. Hi. Meron po bang rn heals batch 5 or rn heals 2014 sa pangasinan? And when is the application date?

  3. Hello.. I’d like to ask when is the scheduled date for RN heals Application batch 5, 2014? Thanks a lot. :)

  4. will you post guidelines for rn heals batch 2014? because i missed the application period for batch 2013. 2 weeks delayed ang pagaapply ko. haha. XD

  5. KELAN PO ANG RN HEALS 5 ANG SABI DAW PO MAGKAKARON NA DAW PO SA JUNE 2013.. TOTOO PO BA YUN? SANA PO MAGKARON.. :D

  6. hi gud eve po, ask lng po wen ulit magkakaron ng opportunity for RN Heals ang mga taga Region IVA, specifically Cavite areas… Newly board passer po and want to have an experience on this. Hope to hear from you. Thanks po & God Bless.

  7. Kung nagtatanong tayo sana may sasagot, much appreciated kung ang nurselabs ang sasagot.. Kailan po malalaman kung sino ang mga natanggap na aplikante sa RNheals Region 8?

  8. Hi! Ask lang po. Meron na po ba official list ng successful applicants for RN HEALS 4? Preferably Pampanga area po. Thanks. GOD bless.

  9. hi poh ask ku lng pu if pwede pa mag aply d2 sa cregion CAR spxaly d2 sa benguet…thanks..happy new year.

  10. hi. when are we going to have the next batch and when is the application for this? kahit tentative date po sana. thanks.

  11. good evening po ask q lng kung kelan po ung result ng successful applicants sa rnheals sa region 4?thnx po ng mrmi..

  12. [email protected]

    WHEN WILL YOU POST THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS FOR RNHEALS 4 FOR BOHOL?

  13. tatawagan daw po pag ntanggap na sa rnheals 4. nagaalala po kmi if kelan po ba kasi till now wala po po kming balita..

  14. hello po…paano mag apply nang rnheals?,leyte po ako nakatira ngayon.saan po akoh mag aaply..midwife po ako!!salamat.

  15. when will the DOH post the successful applicants for this RN heals program? any date? Thanks & regards!!!

  16. good pm po… nag apply po kasi ako sa region 7 rn heals 4.. saan ko po ba malalaman f kailan ang schedule ng exam ko??

  17. sir,Pwede po bang mag’apply yong RNheals bacth 3 na midwife naman po yong possition pero sa RNheals 4 naman po ay nurse na po yong aapplyan po na possition?

    • Pwede po un! Possible po. Bawal lang is if you are a RNheals nurse then and applying again as such.

    • ok,mariming salamat po sir,na’esubmit ko na rin po yong application ko po pareho sa email at walk in application sa DOH sir. GOOD DAY

    • sir sino po yong athourity mo po na pwede mag’apply ang RNheals3 na midwife and then nurse na po yong aapplayan sa RNheals4 po sir? kindly reply to this message sir kasi hindi po pina’apply yong RNheals3 po sir,thank you po

    • Meron po! Both hospital and RHU are open for application. For Hospitals, go directly sa mga hospitals, for RHU go to the CHDs.

  18. sana post nio din d2 sa november ung site kng san pued mag online application for region 3..and the list of names na pag addressan ng application letter…tnx

    • region 3 pass ka lang ng appli form, resume at photox ng license and be sure may bls training ka kasi kasma yun sa requirements nila kunga wla kadaw nun least priority ka daw. i hope makatulong to :-)

  19. sa nov 1-30 pa pala..san po kaya exactly mag papass ng application kasi minsan kung saan saan pinapapunta e..tnx sa magrereply

  20. Hi!! Just in case po na mag require po cla ng PRC ID.. since, my PRC ID is still on the process pwede po ba yung claim slip muna?? kasi dito sa Iloilo 6-8 months pa po namin makuha ang PRC ID.. Pls. response po..tnx.. Godbless..

  21. how come Nov 1-3 pa application, eh naka-apply na ako online po nung Second week of Sept…confused na ako? ngsubmit na din ako sa DOH, tinanggap namna nila at sila ngsabi apply na online nung sept kaseh open na…

  22. pwede bang magapply ang recently NLE passer like me in this program? need daw po kasi ng photocopy ng prc license and board certificate.. pano un eh maparegster palang sa 18 huhuhuh

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