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#1 docgirlie

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Posted 20 June 2006 - 08:44 PM

We are looking for moonlighters to our clinics in Boracay. If anyone is interested, please send your CV to docgirlie@gmail.com. Please direct your questions to this email as well. Thanks.
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#2 jojobadtz

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 12:11 AM

Hi docgirlie! Are you still looking for moonlighters dyan boracay? Im from Aklan and i just recently passed the board last month..Sana po mag-post kayo kung meron. THank you.

#3 lakaydelfin

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 12:31 AM

Hi docgirlie! Are you still looking for moonlighters dyan boracay? Im from Aklan and i just recently passed the board last month..Sana po mag-post kayo kung meron. THank you.


welcome jojobadtz to pinoymd. ask mo si boracaymd for moonlighting sa boracay.meron din siyang clinic doon.

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 12:39 AM

Hi docgirlie! Are you still looking for moonlighters dyan boracay? Im from Aklan and i just recently passed the board last month..Sana po mag-post kayo kung meron. THank you.


welcome jojobadtz to pinoymd. ask mo si boracaymd for moonlighting sa boracay.meron din siyang clinic doon.



yup, tama. you can email your cv to amortel@yahoo.com. i got it from a recent post. pero wala pa syang reply. send mo lang, para they have you on file. madami atang nag-aapply ngayon dun eh. lahat ng bagong pasa ng boards! kasama na ko dun!

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 08:49 AM

Hi docgirlie! Are you still looking for moonlighters dyan boracay? Im from Aklan and i just recently passed the board last month..Sana po mag-post kayo kung meron. THank you.


welcome jojobadtz to pinoymd. ask mo si boracaymd for moonlighting sa boracay.meron din siyang clinic doon.



yup, tama. you can email your cv to amortel@yahoo.com. i got it from a recent post. pero wala pa syang reply. send mo lang, para they have you on file. madami atang nag-aapply ngayon dun eh. lahat ng bagong pasa ng boards! kasama na ko dun!


Thank you to both of you, marsiandoc and lakaydelfin!

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 06:12 AM

^^OT: AAww man I wish I could afford to do this. Thanks for posting the ad :)

#7 marsiandoc

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Posted 15 November 2007 - 04:06 AM

Bysshe clinic in D' Mall Boracay is looking for MDs. If interested, please call 09214000520. For immediate hiring!
Enjoy!

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Posted 15 November 2007 - 05:42 AM

parang gusto ko to!!!

kahit plane tickets lang. kaso pwede ba weekends lang???

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Posted 15 November 2007 - 06:01 AM

sali ako dito just pm me pg me vacant pa 09153158783

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Posted 15 November 2007 - 06:02 AM

sali ako d2 just pm me pg me vacant pa 09153158783

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Posted 16 November 2007 - 11:24 PM

Bysshe clinic in D' Mall Boracay is looking for MDs. If interested, please call 09214000520. For immediate hiring!
Enjoy!


Yeah, Boracay Baby! Can I join? What are the terms? Kahit 1 week lang payag ako... 09278500363

#12 DoctorDoctorIAmSick

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Posted 17 November 2007 - 12:49 AM

Bysshe clinic in D' Mall Boracay is looking for MDs. If interested, please call 09214000520. For immediate hiring!
Enjoy!


Yeah, Boracay Baby! Can I join? What are the terms? Kahit 1 week lang payag ako... 09278500363





I just inquired.. It's 15 thousand daw for 1 month.. clinic hours pero 24 hours on call ka. free food and accomodation


#13 wancho

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Posted 17 November 2007 - 12:48 PM

mababa sya unless may mga incentives pa yan. airfare pa lang around 4-5k na so kung walang incentives 10k/mo ang takehome. parang lugi ka dun. just my 2c

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Posted 17 November 2007 - 07:46 PM

Degrading. Yung ganyang mga offer dapat wlang tumatanggap na MD.

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Posted 17 November 2007 - 11:17 PM

if you're 24 hr on call, kwentahin mo na lang kung magkano ang kikitain mo pag 15k lang ang makukuha mo..it's not right..wag nang patulan kasi mawiwili lang sila..

#16 dokpaul

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Posted 18 November 2007 - 09:00 PM

Ha ha ha ...... wala papatol nyan magretainer lang may take home ka nang 1T/8hr nga lang yan pa dadayo ka ......

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Posted 27 November 2007 - 02:09 AM

:o toxic ba?
ilan census per day?
ano mga cases?
CPRs? (wag naman sana)
may pating? hehehe :o

Any update sa mga nakakuha ng slot?
eh di puro :cheers: sa night life?

#18 marsiandoc

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Posted 28 November 2007 - 06:28 AM

ngapala, pinapa post lang to sa kin ha. so if you have any more questions, call the number above.

if it so happens that you are an md and a registered med tech as well, there will be an additional 7.5k sa sweldo.

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 04:11 AM

Degrading. Yung ganyang mga offer dapat wlang tumatanggap na MD.


thats degrading talaga
Boycott yan
Kahit na ba nasa boracay ka pa
hindi dapat ganyan kababa

#20 mackoy

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Posted 18 December 2007 - 12:51 AM

hey guys ... i am planning to do moonlighting in Bora by feb 2007. can anyone help me? thanks.

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Posted 19 December 2007 - 03:26 AM

Merged all threads about moonlighting in boracay. Enjoy! :D

#22 nins

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Posted 26 January 2008 - 08:31 PM

this sounds interesting. anyone there who actually did moonlighting in boracay already? feedback please ^_^

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Posted 27 January 2008 - 03:23 AM

monstermd = post ka naman dito...Master Moonlighter of Boracay

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Posted 27 January 2008 - 07:34 AM

I heard that one of the Boracay clinic being advertised here discriminates applicant who is not from their school or not a member of their organization. Is this true?

Three years ago I sent my CV to one of this Boracay Clinic. I never receive a reply acknowledging my application. My friends advise me of the aforesaid allegation. I sent my CV several times on several occasion to make sure that they receive it. I did not bother my application since I start to work in a prestigious non-discriminating shipping company. Out of curiosity when I went to Boracay I check their clinic. My only comment... "not impressive".

Ibasura ang mga ganitong ads that discriminate applicants.

#25 ken

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Posted 01 February 2008 - 07:50 AM

hi...merong bang nakaranas na nang moonlighting sa boracay dyan??kamusta ang duty don?usual ba ang mga case?magkano naman kinita mo dun?pls feedback..tanx..:)

#26 marblesmd

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Posted 02 February 2008 - 08:02 AM

I was supposed to go last year pero hindi ako natuloy. I just met my friends there during the last few days of their duty.
share ko lang kung ano yung naalala ko sa kinuwento nila.

24-hrs kang on-call. Pwede mo gawin kahit anong activities dun, pero kapag may house call or patient sa clinic/s, dapat andun ka na within 5 minutes. So medyo hassle kung mag-water sports ka or swimiming, etc. tapos bigla kang tatawagan. So, usually after ng tour of duty, nirerecommend ng iba na mag-stay ka for a few extra days para maenjoy ang Bora ng walang iniisip.

Tour of duty ranges from 10-15 days, minsan mas mahaba, depende sa slots na available. Team consists of 3 or 4 people alternating between clinics. Roundtrip plane fare, sagot mo. Kaya naman daw bawiin sabi ng friends ko. May free accomodations, food, saka laundry pero pwede ka rin kumain sa labas kung gusto mo. You have to be there 1 day before magstart yung TOD mo para may endorsement from the outgoing team and orientation na rin.

usual cases URTI, ATP, fever, dog bites, STDs, pregnancy & contraception, etc. May protocol yung clinic na sinusunod. pero meron ibang cases na yung clinic owner ang nagha-handle. Minsan may IV meds din depende sa case. Census, 20-40 per day yata. I think pay depends on the number of patients seen by the team for the whole TOD.
Yung patients mixed na local tourists, locals, saka foreigners. Might be helpful to pickup a few Korean/Mandarin phrases na din kasi yung iba daw patients talagang hindi nakakaintindi ng English.


re: bien po's post. mukhang alam ko po kung anong clinic tinutukoy mo.

hope this helps

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Posted 02 February 2008 - 07:24 PM

WANTED: PHYSICIAN IN BORACAY
For those who want to have a break with pay
(To start on February 23, 2008 or can be arranged)

BYSSHE MEDICAL CLINIC & DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
D'Mall de Boracay
Compensation: P15,000 per month (plus P5,000++ if your premed course is BS MedTech)
Free board and lodging

I am currently working here and I am leaving by February 22, 2008. They need someone to fill the space once I leave.
The work load is benign. Average patient per day -- 6 (six)

Job Description

  • 24H on-call 7 days a week -- but you seldom get patients or housecalls in the evening
  • OPD cases (URTI, ATP, CAP, Allergies, AGE and others; sometimes you do minor surgical procedures)
  • Preemployment screening
  • Diagnostic procedures (urinalysis, fecalysis, CBC) --- for medtechs

If you're interested you can PM me or text me @ 09196720954 so I can tell you what to expect. I can recommend you to the owner of the clinic.

Thanks.

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Posted 22 February 2008 - 01:05 AM

I heard that one of the Boracay clinic being advertised here discriminates applicant who is not from their school or not a member of their organization. Is this true?

Three years ago I sent my CV to one of this Boracay Clinic. I never receive a reply acknowledging my application. My friends advise me of the aforesaid allegation. I sent my CV several times on several occasion to make sure that they receive it. I did not bother my application since I start to work in a prestigious non-discriminating shipping company. Out of curiosity when I went to Boracay I check their clinic. My only comment... "not impressive".

Ibasura ang mga ganitong ads that discriminate applicants.



hi sir!

alam ko kung saan yang sinasabi nyo. siguro may mga ganun talagang tao at di mo na matatanggal din ang discrimination sa mundo. ibig ko sabihin, tignan mo yung mga puti dati sa US kung paano nila pinapa-upo yung mga itim sa likod lang ng bus. pero pagtagal eh naisip din nila na malaking kalokohan yun kaya eventually, tinanggal din nila yung rule na yun at kinakahiya hanggang ngayon na ganun trato nila sa mga itim. pasalamat ka na rin lang kasi kung iisipin mo, kung tinanggap ka nya dati, siguro di mo mararanasan yang career path na nakuha mo ngayon. mukhang pwede ka na nga bumili ng sarili mo resort sa boracay eh, hehe!

di ko sya pinagtatanggol ha! sa totoo lang, nagpasa din ako ng resume online dati ng ilang beses. di rin sya nagrereply. tapos nalaman ko nga sa isang pinag-moonlightan ko na kakilala nya na nagmoonlight din dun na puro tiga "dun sa school" lang na yun tinatanggap nya. ang sabi nung reliable source ko (parang showbiz eh no), ang rason daw nya eh mas kampante daw kasi yun sa tiga "dun." pero paminsan naman daw eh kumukuha sya ng taga-labas kapagka walang wala na talaga sya makuha moonlighters/relievers. so kumukuha din naman pala.

anyway, whatever the reason or reasons are, i hope they are vaild enough. i guess maybe we have to hear his/her side first to be fair. i just wish that someday, someone would be hired not because of their school, sex, or any other biased factor but because of their qualifications. just like the 'equal opportunity employment' program of the US right now which is something they learned from previous discriminations.

musta at ingat na lang sa inyo dyan at sana makasunod na rin ako dyan sa inyo sa labas! hehe!

#29 Lastikman

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Posted 22 February 2008 - 07:30 AM

ano school ba yan... yabang naman nya
Bakit ba hindi nyo banggitin name ng school na pinapaboran nya
ilabas ang katotohanan, wag matakot...

#30 Yiikes

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Posted 22 February 2008 - 10:19 AM

pgh

#31 Lastikman

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Posted 23 February 2008 - 12:39 AM

hay, mayabang talaga mga taga PGH... bato bato sa langit wag magagalit.. hehehe
wala naman na nag ta top sa board exams galing sa PGH. akala mo magaling sila..

#32 bien_po

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Posted 23 February 2008 - 08:53 AM

pfffffffffffftttttt. Tama na yan fellas lumalayo kayo sa topic.

:offtopic:

#33 brycopmar

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 07:57 AM

pang bakasyon wid pay lang ang boracay, wala namang tatagal sa bakasyon na ganyan....transient lang yan hayaan nyo na
di naman malaki kita dyan, parang residency lang sa government, bakit nyo pag aagawan yan, magkanu lang naman magpunta sa boracay ngayun

#34 Lastikman

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 08:21 AM

pang bakasyon wid pay lang ang boracay, wala namang tatagal sa bakasyon na ganyan....transient lang yan hayaan nyo na
di naman malaki kita dyan, parang residency lang sa government, bakit nyo pag aagawan yan, magkanu lang naman magpunta sa boracay ngayun



Korek ka dyan Brycopmar.... d ko rin pag tiyatiyagaan yan lalo na kung masama ugali ng may ari... heheeh

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 07:29 PM

I heard that one of the Boracay clinic being advertised here discriminates applicant who is not from their school or not a member of their organization. Is this true?

Three years ago I sent my CV to one of this Boracay Clinic. I never receive a reply acknowledging my application. My friends advise me of the aforesaid allegation. I sent my CV several times on several occasion to make sure that they receive it. I did not bother my application since I start to work in a prestigious non-discriminating shipping company. Out of curiosity when I went to Boracay I check their clinic. My only comment... "not impressive".

Ibasura ang mga ganitong ads that discriminate applicants.



hi sir!

alam ko kung saan yang sinasabi nyo. siguro may mga ganun talagang tao at di mo na matatanggal din ang discrimination sa mundo. ibig ko sabihin, tignan mo yung mga puti dati sa US kung paano nila pinapa-upo yung mga itim sa likod lang ng bus. pero pagtagal eh naisip din nila na malaking kalokohan yun kaya eventually, tinanggal din nila yung rule na yun at kinakahiya hanggang ngayon na ganun trato nila sa mga itim. pasalamat ka na rin lang kasi kung iisipin mo, kung tinanggap ka nya dati, siguro di mo mararanasan yang career path na nakuha mo ngayon. mukhang pwede ka na nga bumili ng sarili mo resort sa boracay eh, hehe!

di ko sya pinagtatanggol ha! sa totoo lang, nagpasa din ako ng resume online dati ng ilang beses. di rin sya nagrereply. tapos nalaman ko nga sa isang pinag-moonlightan ko na kakilala nya na nagmoonlight din dun na puro tiga "dun sa school" lang na yun tinatanggap nya. ang sabi nung reliable source ko (parang showbiz eh no), ang rason daw nya eh mas kampante daw kasi yun sa tiga "dun." pero paminsan naman daw eh kumukuha sya ng taga-labas kapagka walang wala na talaga sya makuha moonlighters/relievers. so kumukuha din naman pala.

anyway, whatever the reason or reasons are, i hope they are vaild enough. i guess maybe we have to hear his/her side first to be fair. i just wish that someday, someone would be hired not because of their school, sex, or any other biased factor but because of their qualifications. just like the 'equal opportunity employment' program of the US right now which is something they learned from previous discriminations.

musta at ingat na lang sa inyo dyan at sana makasunod na rin ako dyan sa inyo sa labas! hehe!



[font="Book Antiqua"]Just my two cents worth, naisip ko lang kasi ang issue ng prerogative. Pasensya na sa abala, kasi para rin tayong nagiging biased sa mga sinasabi natin tungkol sa kung sino man ito. Ako wala naman akong balak mag apply, napabasa lang ako dahil sa Boracay ang topic, pero sa ganang akin, di ba prerogative ng may ari ang mamili kung sino ang magfifit ng criteria niya for judging kumbaga. Kaya di dapat sumama ang loob natin. Di naman sa pagmamarunong pero di ba yon naman ang proceso kahit saan tayo mag apply. Di naman lahat tayo ang gusto, di din naman lahat ayaw sa atin. At kung di iyon para sa atin, siguro may iba pang mas maganda. Baka rin kasi kung sa pagpipilian e mas nangunguna ang kung ano mang school (don't worry , taga feu ako kaya di ako biased) e wala na tayong magagawa duon. Qualifications are simply just that, qualifications that we have to fulfill, parang college graduate, high school graduate, pleasing personality, good looking etc. Sana nga lang mag explain na itong pinaguusapan natin para nga naman mas maintindihan natin siya.[/font

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Posted 04 March 2008 - 08:48 AM

I heard that one of the Boracay clinic being advertised here discriminates applicant who is not from their school or not a member of their organization. Is this true?

Three years ago I sent my CV to one of this Boracay Clinic. I never receive a reply acknowledging my application. My friends advise me of the aforesaid allegation. I sent my CV several times on several occasion to make sure that they receive it. I did not bother my application since I start to work in a prestigious non-discriminating shipping company. Out of curiosity when I went to Boracay I check their clinic. My only comment... "not impressive".

Ibasura ang mga ganitong ads that discriminate applicants.



hi sir!

alam ko kung saan yang sinasabi nyo. siguro may mga ganun talagang tao at di mo na matatanggal din ang discrimination sa mundo. ibig ko sabihin, tignan mo yung mga puti dati sa US kung paano nila pinapa-upo yung mga itim sa likod lang ng bus. pero pagtagal eh naisip din nila na malaking kalokohan yun kaya eventually, tinanggal din nila yung rule na yun at kinakahiya hanggang ngayon na ganun trato nila sa mga itim. pasalamat ka na rin lang kasi kung iisipin mo, kung tinanggap ka nya dati, siguro di mo mararanasan yang career path na nakuha mo ngayon. mukhang pwede ka na nga bumili ng sarili mo resort sa boracay eh, hehe!

di ko sya pinagtatanggol ha! sa totoo lang, nagpasa din ako ng resume online dati ng ilang beses. di rin sya nagrereply. tapos nalaman ko nga sa isang pinag-moonlightan ko na kakilala nya na nagmoonlight din dun na puro tiga "dun sa school" lang na yun tinatanggap nya. ang sabi nung reliable source ko (parang showbiz eh no), ang rason daw nya eh mas kampante daw kasi yun sa tiga "dun." pero paminsan naman daw eh kumukuha sya ng taga-labas kapagka walang wala na talaga sya makuha moonlighters/relievers. so kumukuha din naman pala.

anyway, whatever the reason or reasons are, i hope they are vaild enough. i guess maybe we have to hear his/her side first to be fair. i just wish that someday, someone would be hired not because of their school, sex, or any other biased factor but because of their qualifications. just like the 'equal opportunity employment' program of the US right now which is something they learned from previous discriminations.

musta at ingat na lang sa inyo dyan at sana makasunod na rin ako dyan sa inyo sa labas! hehe!



[font="Book Antiqua"]Just my two cents worth, naisip ko lang kasi ang issue ng prerogative. Pasensya na sa abala, kasi para rin tayong nagiging biased sa mga sinasabi natin tungkol sa kung sino man ito. Ako wala naman akong balak mag apply, napabasa lang ako dahil sa Boracay ang topic, pero sa ganang akin, di ba prerogative ng may ari ang mamili kung sino ang magfifit ng criteria niya for judging kumbaga. Kaya di dapat sumama ang loob natin. Di naman sa pagmamarunong pero di ba yon naman ang proceso kahit saan tayo mag apply. Di naman lahat tayo ang gusto, di din naman lahat ayaw sa atin. At kung di iyon para sa atin, siguro may iba pang mas maganda. Baka rin kasi kung sa pagpipilian e mas nangunguna ang kung ano mang school (don't worry , taga feu ako kaya di ako biased) e wala na tayong magagawa duon. Qualifications are simply just that, qualifications that we have to fulfill, parang college graduate, high school graduate, pleasing personality, good looking etc. Sana nga lang mag explain na itong pinaguusapan natin para nga naman mas maintindihan natin siya.[/font




Hmmmmmmmm
Prerogative???????????
eh dapat kung ayaw nya sa ibang school, dapat nilagay nya kung anong school ang tinatanggap nya at kung anong criteria ng applicant na tinatanggap nya. at sa ganun hindi naman masayang oras ng mga nag aapply .....

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Posted 04 March 2008 - 11:33 PM

kilala ko rin po yung sinasabi nyo...pero i think di na ganun ngayon...last year, nag-email ako sa kanya and expressed my interest to work in boracay clinic. After few days, she emailed me back and asking me to form a group. Graduate po ako ng UERM and yung mga kasama ko dapat that time, taga UE din. After emailing her our CV's, she gave us a sched kung free kami sa sched na yun. But di natuloy kasi nga, nagkaroon na ako ng commitment sa iba and naging komplikado na sched ko. A month after, I received again an email from her, confirming kung matutuloy pa. Pero malabo na ipasok sa sched. so di na natuloy.

Yun lang..just want to share my experience. To be honest, hesitant din ako mag apply dati sa kanya because of "that" reason pero tinuloy ko pa rin, email lang naman eh.

In short, wala naman ako na-experience na discrimination.

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Posted 05 March 2008 - 11:45 AM

I heard that one of the Boracay clinic being advertised here discriminates applicant who is not from their school or not a member of their organization. Is this true?

Three years ago I sent my CV to one of this Boracay Clinic. I never receive a reply acknowledging my application. My friends advise me of the aforesaid allegation. I sent my CV several times on several occasion to make sure that they receive it. I did not bother my application since I start to work in a prestigious non-discriminating shipping company. Out of curiosity when I went to Boracay I check their clinic. My only comment... "not impressive".

Ibasura ang mga ganitong ads that discriminate applicants.



hi sir!

alam ko kung saan yang sinasabi nyo. siguro may mga ganun talagang tao at di mo na matatanggal din ang discrimination sa mundo. ibig ko sabihin, tignan mo yung mga puti dati sa US kung paano nila pinapa-upo yung mga itim sa likod lang ng bus. pero pagtagal eh naisip din nila na malaking kalokohan yun kaya eventually, tinanggal din nila yung rule na yun at kinakahiya hanggang ngayon na ganun trato nila sa mga itim. pasalamat ka na rin lang kasi kung iisipin mo, kung tinanggap ka nya dati, siguro di mo mararanasan yang career path na nakuha mo ngayon. mukhang pwede ka na nga bumili ng sarili mo resort sa boracay eh, hehe!

di ko sya pinagtatanggol ha! sa totoo lang, nagpasa din ako ng resume online dati ng ilang beses. di rin sya nagrereply. tapos nalaman ko nga sa isang pinag-moonlightan ko na kakilala nya na nagmoonlight din dun na puro tiga "dun sa school" lang na yun tinatanggap nya. ang sabi nung reliable source ko (parang showbiz eh no), ang rason daw nya eh mas kampante daw kasi yun sa tiga "dun." pero paminsan naman daw eh kumukuha sya ng taga-labas kapagka walang wala na talaga sya makuha moonlighters/relievers. so kumukuha din naman pala.

anyway, whatever the reason or reasons are, i hope they are vaild enough. i guess maybe we have to hear his/her side first to be fair. i just wish that someday, someone would be hired not because of their school, sex, or any other biased factor but because of their qualifications. just like the 'equal opportunity employment' program of the US right now which is something they learned from previous discriminations.

musta at ingat na lang sa inyo dyan at sana makasunod na rin ako dyan sa inyo sa labas! hehe!



[font="Book Antiqua"]Just my two cents worth, naisip ko lang kasi ang issue ng prerogative. Pasensya na sa abala, kasi para rin tayong nagiging biased sa mga sinasabi natin tungkol sa kung sino man ito. Ako wala naman akong balak mag apply, napabasa lang ako dahil sa Boracay ang topic, pero sa ganang akin, di ba prerogative ng may ari ang mamili kung sino ang magfifit ng criteria niya for judging kumbaga. Kaya di dapat sumama ang loob natin. Di naman sa pagmamarunong pero di ba yon naman ang proceso kahit saan tayo mag apply. Di naman lahat tayo ang gusto, di din naman lahat ayaw sa atin. At kung di iyon para sa atin, siguro may iba pang mas maganda. Baka rin kasi kung sa pagpipilian e mas nangunguna ang kung ano mang school (don't worry , taga feu ako kaya di ako biased) e wala na tayong magagawa duon. Qualifications are simply just that, qualifications that we have to fulfill, parang college graduate, high school graduate, pleasing personality, good looking etc. Sana nga lang mag explain na itong pinaguusapan natin para nga naman mas maintindihan natin siya.[/font




Hmmmmmmmm
Prerogative???????????
eh dapat kung ayaw nya sa ibang school, dapat nilagay nya kung anong school ang tinatanggap nya at kung anong criteria ng applicant na tinatanggap nya. at sa ganun hindi naman masayang oras ng mga nag aapply .....



hmmmmmmm
Sa ganang akin, kung di naman pala siya naglagay ng school na gusto niya e di di siya nag didiscriminate di ba? tingin ko mas nagdidiscriminate yon kung ang nakalagay ay "non-up graduates need not apply". doon magagalit ako, kasi ano naman ang pinagkaiba ng doctor na taga up at doctor na taga feu. (o baka may sumagot pa ha, for purposes of discussion lang ito) pero kung la naman siyang sinabi ....kung ako ang may ari siguro karapatan ko lang na mamili ng kung sino ang gusto kong i hire base sa mga nag aaply (yon ang ibig kong sabihing prerogative, kung may ibang salitang mas babagay e paki korek na lang)...palagay ko lang naman ito. at tama si doc tofi, email lang naman yon, di hamak mas matagal ang oras nating nagchachat at nag babasa nitong forums kesa magsend ng email so wala namang masasayang na oras, unless talagang binabantayan mo buong magdamag ang pagsagot niya. let's be professional here, mga doktor naman tayo so mas malawak dapat ang pang-unawa natin sa mga bagay na ganyan. wla naman sigurong personalan yon. AT gaya ni wandering doctor, di ko din siya pinagtatanggol, sana lang wag din tayong maghusga ng di natin nalalaman ang magkabilang panig...para tayo din di mahusgahan ng di patas.


#39 ProtoMD

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Posted 05 March 2008 - 06:46 PM

mga doktor naman tayo so mas malawak dapat ang pang-unawa natin sa mga bagay na ganyan

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This is a bit off the topic but this statement is not necessarily true just because people have been educated in medical school.... :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

#40 csiwanabee

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Posted 05 March 2008 - 08:31 PM

mga doktor naman tayo so mas malawak dapat ang pang-unawa natin sa mga bagay na ganyan

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This is a bit off the topic but this statement is not necessarily true just because people have been educated in medical school.... :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

ay tama ka, kaya sabi ko DAPAT mas malawak ang pag unawa natin dahil doctor tayo kasi yon sana ang ideal, kasi tama ka, di lahat ng nakapagaral ay edukado....(sumasagot lang po sa comment, walang pinatatamaan kahit saan o sino pa man) at tama ka din, off topic na nga :)

#41 jerold64008

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 05:21 AM

sa palagay ko walang diskriminasyong nangyayari sa clinic dyan sa boracay. lahat naman tayo ay may karapatan at kalayaan na piliin kung sino ang gusto nating magtrabaho para sa atin, diba? nagkataon lang na galing ang may ari sa pgh at miyembro sya ng isang sorority dun. natural lang na bibigyan nya ng preference ang mga nag-aaply na galing sa mga grupong iyon. at isa pa, marami na akong nakilalang nagtrabaho sa kanya na hindi galing sa pgh. ganun din naman sa pagpasok sa residency diba? dito sa pinas, mas tinatanggap ng isang training hospital ay yung graduate ng kanilang med school. sa amerika, dehado ang mga pinoy at indians sa mga amerikano. ok lang naman yun diba? para sa akin, ganun lang din yun. siguro, kung hindi lang dahil nasa boracay ang clinic na yan, wala nang diskusyong tulad nito.

ps: sana wala naman pong mga ganitong linya, "wala naman na nag ta top sa board exams galing sa PGH. akala mo magaling sila.." wala mang top one na galing sa pgh, buong batch naman (or halos lahat) taon-taon ay pumapasa on the first try. peace.

#42 limousine

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 06:18 AM

ps: sana wala naman pong mga ganitong linya, "wala naman na nag ta top sa board exams galing sa PGH. akala mo magaling sila.." wala mang top one na galing sa pgh, buong batch naman (or halos lahat) taon-taon ay pumapasa on the first try. peace.


^^ amen. well said.

#43 Lastikman

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 07:57 AM

I heard that one of the Boracay clinic being advertised here discriminates applicant who is not from their school or not a member of their organization. Is this true?

Three years ago I sent my CV to one of this Boracay Clinic. I never receive a reply acknowledging my application. My friends advise me of the aforesaid allegation. I sent my CV several times on several occasion to make sure that they receive it. I did not bother my application since I start to work in a prestigious non-discriminating shipping company. Out of curiosity when I went to Boracay I check their clinic. My only comment... "not impressive".

Ibasura ang mga ganitong ads that discriminate applicants.



hi sir!

alam ko kung saan yang sinasabi nyo. siguro may mga ganun talagang tao at di mo na matatanggal din ang discrimination sa mundo. ibig ko sabihin, tignan mo yung mga puti dati sa US kung paano nila pinapa-upo yung mga itim sa likod lang ng bus. pero pagtagal eh naisip din nila na malaking kalokohan yun kaya eventually, tinanggal din nila yung rule na yun at kinakahiya hanggang ngayon na ganun trato nila sa mga itim. pasalamat ka na rin lang kasi kung iisipin mo, kung tinanggap ka nya dati, siguro di mo mararanasan yang career path na nakuha mo ngayon. mukhang pwede ka na nga bumili ng sarili mo resort sa boracay eh, hehe!

di ko sya pinagtatanggol ha! sa totoo lang, nagpasa din ako ng resume online dati ng ilang beses. di rin sya nagrereply. tapos nalaman ko nga sa isang pinag-moonlightan ko na kakilala nya na nagmoonlight din dun na puro tiga "dun sa school" lang na yun tinatanggap nya. ang sabi nung reliable source ko (parang showbiz eh no), ang rason daw nya eh mas kampante daw kasi yun sa tiga "dun." pero paminsan naman daw eh kumukuha sya ng taga-labas kapagka walang wala na talaga sya makuha moonlighters/relievers. so kumukuha din naman pala.

anyway, whatever the reason or reasons are, i hope they are vaild enough. i guess maybe we have to hear his/her side first to be fair. i just wish that someday, someone would be hired not because of their school, sex, or any other biased factor but because of their qualifications. just like the 'equal opportunity employment' program of the US right now which is something they learned from previous discriminations.

musta at ingat na lang sa inyo dyan at sana makasunod na rin ako dyan sa inyo sa labas! hehe!



[font="Book Antiqua"]Just my two cents worth, naisip ko lang kasi ang issue ng prerogative. Pasensya na sa abala, kasi para rin tayong nagiging biased sa mga sinasabi natin tungkol sa kung sino man ito. Ako wala naman akong balak mag apply, napabasa lang ako dahil sa Boracay ang topic, pero sa ganang akin, di ba prerogative ng may ari ang mamili kung sino ang magfifit ng criteria niya for judging kumbaga. Kaya di dapat sumama ang loob natin. Di naman sa pagmamarunong pero di ba yon naman ang proceso kahit saan tayo mag apply. Di naman lahat tayo ang gusto, di din naman lahat ayaw sa atin. At kung di iyon para sa atin, siguro may iba pang mas maganda. Baka rin kasi kung sa pagpipilian e mas nangunguna ang kung ano mang school (don't worry , taga feu ako kaya di ako biased) e wala na tayong magagawa duon. Qualifications are simply just that, qualifications that we have to fulfill, parang college graduate, high school graduate, pleasing personality, good looking etc. Sana nga lang mag explain na itong pinaguusapan natin para nga naman mas maintindihan natin siya.[/font




Hmmmmmmmm
Prerogative???????????
eh dapat kung ayaw nya sa ibang school, dapat nilagay nya kung anong school ang tinatanggap nya at kung anong criteria ng applicant na tinatanggap nya. at sa ganun hindi naman masayang oras ng mga nag aapply .....



hmmmmmmm
Sa ganang akin, kung di naman pala siya naglagay ng school na gusto niya e di di siya nag didiscriminate di ba? tingin ko mas nagdidiscriminate yon kung ang nakalagay ay "non-up graduates need not apply". doon magagalit ako, kasi ano naman ang pinagkaiba ng doctor na taga up at doctor na taga feu. (o baka may sumagot pa ha, for purposes of discussion lang ito) pero kung la naman siyang sinabi ....kung ako ang may ari siguro karapatan ko lang na mamili ng kung sino ang gusto kong i hire base sa mga nag aaply (yon ang ibig kong sabihing prerogative, kung may ibang salitang mas babagay e paki korek na lang)...palagay ko lang naman ito. at tama si doc tofi, email lang naman yon, di hamak mas matagal ang oras nating nagchachat at nag babasa nitong forums kesa magsend ng email so wala namang masasayang na oras, unless talagang binabantayan mo buong magdamag ang pagsagot niya. let's be professional here, mga doktor naman tayo so mas malawak dapat ang pang-unawa natin sa mga bagay na ganyan. wla naman sigurong personalan yon. AT gaya ni wandering doctor, di ko din siya pinagtatanggol, sana lang wag din tayong maghusga ng di natin nalalaman ang magkabilang panig...para tayo din di mahusgahan ng di patas.



Mas masama nga kung hindi sya naglagay ng school tapos binabasura yun resume ng applicant dahil hindi galing sa school nya yun applicant.....
Kung mapili sya , dapat ilalagay nya kung anong qualification kelangan nya....
ikaw nga nagsabi walang pagkakaiba graduate ng UPCM from non UPCM kaya dapat hindi sya ganun mamili... hehehehe
mali rin yun hindi nya pag sagot sa mga nag aaply... dapat kung ayaw nya sa applicant, dapat mag reply sya.... d ba kung nag aaply ka sa USA, may sagot kung tanggap ka o hindi....
may karapatan nga mamili yun may ari ng clinic , kaya nga kelangan ilagay nya anong klaseng dcoktor gusto nya para d naman magtampo mga non UPCM na nag appply na hindi naman papansinin resume nila... hehehe
eh baka pwede mo hingi ang panig nya. heheheh

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 08:06 AM

mga doktor naman tayo so mas malawak dapat ang pang-unawa natin sa mga bagay na ganyan

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This is a bit off the topic but this statement is not necessarily true just because people have been educated in medical school.... :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

ay tama ka, kaya sabi ko DAPAT mas malawak ang pag unawa natin dahil doctor tayo kasi yon sana ang ideal, kasi tama ka, di lahat ng nakapagaral ay edukado....(sumasagot lang po sa comment, walang pinatatamaan kahit saan o sino pa man) at tama ka din, off topic na nga :)


saan ba dapat ilagay itong thread na ito? hahahaah

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Posted 06 March 2008 - 08:22 PM

In my opinion, in cases like these that you have some preference of school (though this assumption is not fully established based on this thread), its more practical for the owner to recruit people by recommendation from previous moonlighters of that clinic or if he/she really needs an ad, then maybe this can be posted on the Alumni offices or e-group websites. Sending replies of non-acceptance is also a good option especially if the owner has no choice but to post the ad in a widely circulated medium. IMHO, its not really fair to apply and simply expect the applicants to assume that no reply means non-acceptance. These strategies will at least reduce that 'feeling' of being discriminated that resonates among non-UPCM graduates, though these cases are not exactly isolated in both public and private hospitals. I knew at least 2 specialty hospitals in QC and private hospitals in Ortigas and Makati that were very hesitant to accept graduates outside their lists of 'good' medical schools, years back. I am not sure if the people in those places still stick to this what they called 'objective' (:rolleyes: )criterion.

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 12:25 AM

Before things get out of hand, may I remind everyone that this thread is for moonlighting jobs available in Boracay. This is not a discussion about the best schools nor our displeasure with regards to employment discrimination. Please stay on topic.... or this thread will be quarantined. Any post after this one that is way out of line will be deleted without warning by the mods. Thank you for understanding.

#47 ProtoMD

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 07:17 PM

This thread is actually getting out of hand. I made my point before of this 'perception' of discrimination,. For the record, I knew that clinic and I have a classmate who was able to moonlight for months in that place and we are not from UP. So there....it's just important to respect each other's opinion.

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Posted 08 March 2008 - 07:58 AM

Thread closed.

#49 mikemuin

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Posted 11 March 2008 - 08:31 AM

Despite 'cleansing', thread is still closed. Please start a new one if you want to post an ad for Boracay moonlighting. Thanks!