By Jeffrey Damicog
The Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Muntinlupa City announced on Tuesday, April 28, that it is hiring more nurses.
The hospital also announced that it continues to quarantine over 100 of its healthcare workers due to possible exposure to the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
“You might be who we are looking for! Asian Hospital and Medical Center opens opportunities for nurses, extensive training, competitive compensation and benefits,” read its announcement posted on its Facebook page.
The hospital said that interested applicants need only submit their updated curriculum vitae and active Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) license.
The hospital posted last Monday, April 27, its latest dashboard which showed that 126 of its healthcare workers are currently on quarantine as of 5 p.m. of April 26.
The hospital already lost one of its physicians, Dr Mary Grace Lim, who passed away last April 6 after succumbing to COVID-19.
Also on Monday, the hospital reported that a total of 49 of its patients have been discharged after recovering from from COVID-19.
Its last records showed that the facility has in admission 14 COVID-19 patients and 28 persons suspected with the disease.
A total of 27 COVID-19 patients have already died at the hospital.