RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)

List of successful applicants for the RN HEALS project can be found in the link below.

RN HEALS, an acronym for Registered Nurses for Health Enhancement And Local Service, is expected to address the shortage of skilled and experienced nurses in 1,221 rural and unserved or underserved communities for one year.

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http://rnheals.dole.gov.ph/selected.aspx

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 2)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 3)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 4-A)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 4-B)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 5)

 

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 6)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 7)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 9)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (Region 12)

 

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (CARAGA)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (CAR)

RN HEALS Project List of Successful Applicants (NCR)

Source: http://rnheals.dole.gov.ph/

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