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Friday, October 31, 2014

Still Time to Rescue an RN’s Dream

Occasionally it is my good fortune to be an invited guest at various Filipino professional gatherings.  This month’s event was the Chinese General Hospital Nursing Alumni reunion in Las Vegas.  I always enjoy visiting with these exceptional people who seized an opportunity to come and contribute to the U.S., doing well for themselves and their family in the process. 

Which brings me to the point.  There are a group of Registered Nurses in the Philippines who were petitioned by healthcare facilities and have patiently waited for years to come to the US for the same opportunity that lead to the success of the many those who came before them.  But their plans have been crushed because the jobs no longer exist.  They need new job offers or their opportunity will disappear.  You can read the details and how to help here.

With all the Filipino nursing organizations in the United States, with all the medical contacts of their respective members, finding positions for these nurses so they also can fulfill their dreams should be an easy and rewarding project.  Please contact me and I will be happy to put you in contact with others trying to assist.
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