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Capital Health of Canada is Planning to Hire 500 More Nurses? : Filipino Nurses News – Latest & Hottest News about Pinoy Nurses Worldwide

Capital Health of Canada is Planning to Hire 500 More Nurses?

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Wanting to work as Pinoy Nurse in Canada? Here’s good news for you.

There is yet another opportunity for our Filipino Nurses to work in Canada as Capital Health, one of the leading healthcare institution in Canada with a growing workforce of more than 30,000 people, is rumored planning to increase their Nurses workforce by another 500.

The opening for nurses position has been openly posted on their website (but the 500 headcount requirement is not verifiable) at http://www.capitalhealth.ca/Careers/Nurses/default.htm

The good news is that Capital Health is open to internationally-trained healthcare professionals like our Filipino doctors and nurses. Capital Health is based in Alberta Canada so all aspiring Nurses should register or secure a valid permit with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) and/or the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Alberta.

You may need to pay an initial application fee before starting the formal process of assessing your nursing qualifications. This fee is paid by you and not reimbursed by Capital Health.

Of course, there is requirement to be English-speaking and you need to pass English tests namely the TSE and TOEFEL, prior to getting a temporary permit.

We wish you good luck in your application to Canada!

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Comments

2 Responses to “Capital Health of Canada is Planning to Hire 500 More Nurses?”

  1. walang magawa on May 21st, 2009 10:19 am

    Filipino Nurses Association of Alberta (FNAA) – Canada. Mga walang silbi. Don’t be blinded with the opportunities they are offering. All of us are BSN-RN from the Philippines, we spent 4 long years of study just to get our license (additional 1 year) tapos pagdating sa Canada mga LPN ang katapat natin. That’s BS. Kunwari mag-papaassess tapos sasabihing “we need to take additional courses”. Ang laki namang insulto sa profession natin niyan. FNAA ano ba? Talaga bang wala kayong silbi? Yong ibang asosasyon ng Nurses may nagagawa. Kayo? Kung hindi naman kasi mga stupido ang mga nakaraang presidente at lider ng Pilipinas. Sana pumayag na lang silang maging teritoryo ng USA. Kalayaan kalayaan. BS! Malaya nga ang Pilipinas pero anong nangyayari ngayon?

  2. Mary Joy C. Neri on August 17th, 2009 6:59 pm

    I’m looking for a job in canada. I have my parents and siblings in vancouver. I want to expreience living in such a promising and progressive country. Please help me find one. Thank you.

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