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#1 gilbert

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Posted 26 July 2008 - 05:13 AM

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Residency Training Program at the Philippine Orthopedic Center is still accepting applicants until August.
You may call 7114276 loc 249 for inquiries.
You may want to undergo preresidency to know more about the program and its benefits.
Just an encouragement to those who are hesitant to apply because they are not physical therapists. Physical therapy is NOT a prerequisite and having other premed courses such as bs bio, medtech etc is NOT A DISADVANTAGE.

#2 betts

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Posted 06 August 2008 - 01:37 AM

talaga, ok po ba ang practice ng Rehab Med? kasi mga consultant sa St. Luke's andaming pasyente. pila pila. =)
3 years lang po ba ito? every 3 days din po ang duty?

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Posted 17 June 2009 - 01:24 AM

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Residency Training Program at the Philippine Orthopedic Center is still accepting applicants until August.
You may call 7114276 loc 249 for inquiries.
You may want to undergo preresidency to know more about the program and its benefits.
Just an encouragement to those who are hesitant to apply because they are not physical therapists. Physical therapy is NOT a prerequisite and having other premed courses such as bs bio, medtech etc is NOT A DISADVANTAGE.



good day po! ask lang po if may opening ang POC for january 2010. when po ang pre res and deadline ng application? thanks! :D

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 03:44 AM

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Residency Training Program at the Philippine Orthopedic Center is still accepting applicants until August.
You may call 7114276 loc 249 for inquiries.
You may want to undergo preresidency to know more about the program and its benefits.
Just an encouragement to those who are hesitant to apply because they are not physical therapists. Physical therapy is NOT a prerequisite and having other premed courses such as bs bio, medtech etc is NOT A DISADVANTAGE.



good day po! ask lang po if may opening ang POC for january 2010. when po ang pre res and deadline ng application? thanks! :D


Hi! I'm also interested in Rehab Medicine at P.O.C. Can anyone let us know about the schedule of application, requirements, pre-residency period? Also, how much po ang salary ng rehab med residents? And how about the duty schedules? Marami po bang slots at marami po bang nagreresidency ng rehab med sa P.O.C? Kasi siyempre, the workload gets lighter po pag marami. Sa UST po kasi kadalasan 1 lang ang resident ng Rehab Medicine, siya na ang 1st year, 2nd year, siya pati ang chief resident. He/She practically lives in the hospital. Sometimes, ayaw pa ipa-graduate kapag walang papalit na resident. Napipilitan lang po mag-quit... Any info would be of great help po. Thank you.

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 08:30 AM

Twice a year ang pagtanggap sa POC ng residents: January and July. There now 3 departments offering training: Orthopedics, Rehab Med and Pathology. Consortium na ang Anesthesia. The requirements are the usual TORs, completed application forms, NBI clearance, Drug test, LORs, Internship certificate, MD Diploma and PRC Certificate. May one to two months pre-residency depende sa department. AFAIK 1 month lang ang sa Rehab. Med. Marami ang slots and yes marami ang nagreresidency ng rehab med sa POC. Nung time namin around 4-5 ang 1st year ng rehab while sa amin sa ortho 7-8. I cannot comment on the workload kasi orthopedics ang tinapos ko years ago. Pero masaya ang training doon. We are just one big family. There are times that the rehab residents will rotate sa adult and child orthopedics. Iisa lang ang quarters although separate ang girls sa boys kaya masaya. May cable tv, "free food", at naka a/c ang room.
Sana makatulong...

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 04:59 PM

Twice a year ang pagtanggap sa POC ng residents: January and July. There now 3 departments offering training: Orthopedics, Rehab Med and Pathology. Consortium na ang Anesthesia. The requirements are the usual TORs, completed application forms, NBI clearance, Drug test, LORs, Internship certificate, MD Diploma and PRC Certificate. May one to two months pre-residency depende sa department. AFAIK 1 month lang ang sa Rehab. Med. Marami ang slots and yes marami ang nagreresidency ng rehab med sa POC. Nung time namin around 4-5 ang 1st year ng rehab while sa amin sa ortho 7-8. I cannot comment on the workload kasi orthopedics ang tinapos ko years ago. Pero masaya ang training doon. We are just one big family. There are times that the rehab residents will rotate sa adult and child orthopedics. Iisa lang ang quarters although separate ang girls sa boys kaya masaya. May cable tv, "free food", at naka a/c ang room.
Sana makatulong...


Thank you po.

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 07:05 PM

Twice a year ang pagtanggap sa POC ng residents: January and July. There now 3 departments offering training: Orthopedics, Rehab Med and Pathology. Consortium na ang Anesthesia. The requirements are the usual TORs, completed application forms, NBI clearance, Drug test, LORs, Internship certificate, MD Diploma and PRC Certificate. May one to two months pre-residency depende sa department. AFAIK 1 month lang ang sa Rehab. Med. Marami ang slots and yes marami ang nagreresidency ng rehab med sa POC. Nung time namin around 4-5 ang 1st year ng rehab while sa amin sa ortho 7-8. I cannot comment on the workload kasi orthopedics ang tinapos ko years ago. Pero masaya ang training doon. We are just one big family. There are times that the rehab residents will rotate sa adult and child orthopedics. Iisa lang ang quarters although separate ang girls sa boys kaya masaya. May cable tv, "free food", at naka a/c ang room.
Sana makatulong...


thanks you po! :D

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Posted 13 July 2009 - 07:36 AM

Sir wolverine

Ano po ang book na must-have for wannabe-residents ng ortho, specifically for POC? Yung dapat pong inaaral for the entrance exam so to speak? Thanks so much in advance!

#9 gilbert

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Posted 14 September 2009 - 11:07 AM

still open for January 2010

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Posted 14 September 2009 - 07:54 PM

hello po.
what are the requirements needed for applying for rehab med and deadline of submission.
thanks po.

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Posted 21 September 2009 - 10:24 AM

Hello sir wolverine,

I was just wondering where I might be able to send/address the requirements for residency training in orthopedics? May napagtanungan po kasi ako na dapat daw kasi may "letter of intent" na kasama ang requirements. How soon po can these requirements be submitted. Isa pa pong tanong : is being a female a disadvantage when applying for residency in ortho? And do you have age limits for applying residents.
I'm hoping to hear from you. Thank you sir!

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Posted 14 December 2009 - 09:24 AM

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Residency Training Program at the Philippine Orthopedic Center is still accepting applicants until August.
You may call 7114276 loc 249 for inquiries.
You may want to undergo preresidency to know more about the program and its benefits.
Just an encouragement to those who are hesitant to apply because they are not physical therapists. Physical therapy is NOT a prerequisite and having other premed courses such as bs bio, medtech etc is NOT A DISADVANTAGE.


good evening! may i ask if you're a rehab resident at POC? how's the training? is there any disadvantage if a female aspirant wants to go into such training, especially if petite? :)

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 12:19 AM

open na po ba ang POC for application ng incoming ortho preres for july 2010? many thanks.

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 03:47 AM

ask ko lang po sana kung mern pa ba opening ang patho?kelan ba ang tanggapan?kano kya sweldo?thanks sa magrereply.

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 09:03 AM

is there any disadvantage if a female aspirant wants to go into such training, especially if petite? :)

I don't see a reason why being a petite female is a disadvantage in being a rehab physician (or a Physical Therapist, which I also am). I am a petite female, and have been practicing PM&R for 7 yrs...

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Posted 06 May 2010 - 09:31 PM

Good day! May I ask if the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is already accepting applicants for residency, and what are the requirements? Thank you!

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 12:29 AM

Good day! May I ask if the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is already accepting applicants for residency, and what are the requirements? Thank you!

closed already :blush:

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 10:24 PM


Good day! May I ask if the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is already accepting applicants for residency, and what are the requirements? Thank you!

closed already :blush:


Hi. Are you from POC Dept. of Rehab Med? Would you know when they will open again for January 2011? And the requirements too? Thanks!

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Posted 25 May 2010 - 12:25 AM



Good day! May I ask if the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is already accepting applicants for residency, and what are the requirements? Thank you!

closed already :blush:


Hi. Are you from POC Dept. of Rehab Med? Would you know when they will open again for January 2011? And the requirements too? Thanks!



for the midyear slots filled up already. You may call 7114276 loc 249 for inquiries.

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Posted 01 June 2010 - 09:08 AM

Hi Jpmd88. Do you have any idea about their application requirements? I tried calling them but I was told "...medyo madami, punta na lang kayo dito, bigyan ko kayo ng requirements...":hammer: Nye! Okay. Haaay.

Edited by faith, 01 June 2010 - 09:12 AM.


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Posted 08 September 2010 - 09:28 PM



Good day! May I ask if the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is already accepting applicants for residency, and what are the requirements? Thank you!

closed already :blush:


Hi. Are you from POC Dept. of Rehab Med? Would you know when they will open again for January 2011? And the requirements too? Thanks!



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Posted 08 September 2010 - 09:31 PM

I also would like to inquire about Rehab.Med... when will it be open again for January 2011? kelan daw pwede magpasa ng requirements? pwede na ba ngayon? hehe... my friend really wants rehab med and pag pumunta kasi sya sa site ng POC wala naman gano info dun kung kelan open.... thank you po hope we can get more info bout rehab med

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Posted 07 October 2010 - 06:16 AM

The department of Rehabilitation medicine of the Philippine Orthopedic Center accepts applications for residency training during August to september for the January batch and March to April for the July Batch.
The best bet for response is to send an email to: pocrehabmed@yahoo.com or call +63(2)7114276 loc 249 or +63(2)7320461. Look for Ms. Ana Evia, the secretary. The reason why you are requested to come to POC to get the requirements is because sometimes the applicants give only incomplete applications and no contact number or email. Ms. Evia personally tracks all applications at this point.

The application for the January 2011 batch is currently closed already. On March 2011, the application period will be open again for the July 2011 batch.

the requirements for application (in 2 SETS) is as follows:

1. Application letter addressed to : Teodoro R. Castro, MD, MHA CESO V, (Until November 2010.. Please call the telephone numbers above to check for name of the OIC/Director by January, 2011)
Medical Center Chief II
Philippine Orthopedic Center

Thru: Camilo V. Te. MD
Chairman, Training Committee

Thru: Ma. Eulalia J. Beredo, MD
Chief, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

2. Biodata which should include your contact number and email Address
3. Certified true copy of your Birth Certificate* PREFERABLY from NSO
4. CERTIFIED TRUE COPY* of the following:
a. Medicine Diploma
b . Certificate of Internship
c. Prof. Regulation Commission Board of Medicine Rating
d. Transcript of Records from the Medical School you have graduated
e. Class standing from the Dean/college secretary from the Medical School you have graduated
5. Certificate of Good Moral Character (from 2 physicians)
6. Two (2) Passport size Pictures

*certification of true copies should be stamped on all application requirements, preferably from a notary public (Lawyer) or the certifiying officer of the Medical school and PRC.
You are to submit 1 copy to the Director's office and another copy to Ms. Ana Evia of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine


Preresidency is implemented so you can have a chance to evaluate yourself if you are indeed interested in the specialty of rehabilitation medicine
There is no allowance nor any monetary gratuity during preresidency as this is a prerequisite for evaluation of your application
If accepted into the training program, the applicant is usually given 1 item with a basic salary of a Medical Officer III with the benefits entitled to a government employee.

The curriculum of the residency training follows the basic residency training template of the Philippine Board of Rehabilitation Medicine and its training is duly accredited by the same board.

the residency training is for 3 years. There is no pre med requirement nor height requirement.

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Posted 07 October 2010 - 06:20 AM

by the way, the preresidency is usually one month and for application of January batch, it usually starts in october and for july batch it usually starts in April.

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 11:12 AM

every ilan days po ba ang duty?

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 02:25 AM

The duty follows a service call. So there are 5 services covering from monday to friday.. and Scheduled duties are done on Saturday and Sunday...Example.. Monday service goes on duty obviously on a monday, then in a certain week of a month will be called to go on duty on a saturday. (Strictly speaking, the monday service is and will not go on duty on a sunday and the friday service will not go on duty on a Saturday), Usually, the sat and sunday duties will follow for example,

1st week Sat -Monday service, Sunday-Tuesday service, 2nd week-saturday-wednesday service, sunday-thursday service, 3rd week sat. monday service sunday-friday service, 4th week saturday-Tuesday service, Sunday-WEdnesday service and so on and on...

there are times that a certain service will not have a weekend duty.
Most duties are benign except if there are a lot of admissions (all spinal cord injuries are blanket referrals, meaning at the E.R, these patients have to be seen by Rehab aside by the Spine surgery unit) or if a patient is in close watch by both the Spine and The Rehab. Often times the first call duty are assigned to the Ward to manage emergency cases (Which is often rare) and answer referrals at the Spine and Rehab ward. They are also the first on call at the E. R. Normally 2 residents go on duty and they usually split the work to make things lighter and faster.

After duty, the rehab resident remains to stay at the ward also assisting the first call duty on that day or to finish up on the work started on the previous day, check the History and Physical examination (monitoring of weakness, sensation etc. etc...) make procedures and all....

The quality of sleep during duty... Normally you can muster at least 6 hours of sleep...10 pm to 5 am the max. since you have to wake up early to get the census, make rounds before the consultants start appearing and all....

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Posted 02 December 2010 - 11:55 PM

Acceptance for Applications for Residency training in Rehabilitation Medicine at the Philippine Orthopedic center July 2011 batch will commence on February 1, 2011 and will run until March 30, 2011.

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Posted 04 December 2010 - 04:10 AM

Hi! how is the practice of rehab med here in our country? Ok din ba sya? Does rehab med cover sports medicine as well? thanks!!

#29 pocrehabmed

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Posted 20 January 2011 - 12:03 PM

It is good, depending on the locality of your practice. Sports medicine is also a subspecialty of Rehabiltiation Medicine

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Posted 20 January 2011 - 12:06 PM

The applications Residency training for Rehabilitation medicine for the July 2011 batch will be accepted starting March 1, 2011.

the requirements for application (in 2 SETS) is as follows:

1. Application letter addressed to : Luisito Maano, MD
Officer-In-Charge
Philippine Orthopedic Center

Thru: Camilo V. Te. MD
Chairman, Training Committee

Thru: Ma. Eulalia J. Beredo, MD
Chief, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

2. Biodata which should include your contact number and email Address
3. Certified true copy of your Birth Certificate* PREFERABLY from NSO
4. CERTIFIED TRUE COPY* of the following:
a. Medicine Diploma
b . Certificate of Internship
c. Prof. Regulation Commission Board of Medicine Rating
d. Transcript of Records from the Medical School you have graduated
e. Class standing from the Dean/college secretary from the Medical School you have graduated
5. Certificate of Good Moral Character (from 2 physicians)
6. Two (2) Passport size Pictures

*certification of true copies should be stamped on all application requirements, preferably from a notary public (Lawyer) or the certifiying officer of the Medical school and PRC.
You are to submit 1 copy to the Director's office and another copy to Ms. Ana Evia of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine


Preresidency is implemented so you can have a chance to evaluate yourself if you are indeed interested in the specialty of rehabilitation medicine
There is no allowance nor any monetary gratuity during preresidency as this is a prerequisite for evaluation of your application
If accepted into the training program, the applicant is usually given 1 item with a basic salary of a Medical Officer III with the benefits entitled to a government employee.

The curriculum of the residency training follows the basic residency training template of the Philippine Board of Rehabilitation Medicine and its training is duly accredited by the same board.

the residency training is for 3 years. There is no pre med requirement nor height requirement.

You may contact us at pocrehabmed@yahoo.com or through Ms. Ana Evia at +63(2)7114276 loc 249 or +63(2)7320461

Edited by pocrehabmed, 20 January 2011 - 12:09 PM.


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Posted 07 March 2011 - 11:21 PM

The applications Residency training for Rehabilitation medicine for the July 2011 batch will be accepted starting March 1, 2011.

the requirements for application (in 2 SETS) is as follows:

1. Application letter addressed to : Luisito Maano, MD
Medical Center Chief II
Philippine Orthopedic Center

Thru: Camilo V. Te. MD
Chairman, Training Committee

Thru: Ma. Eulalia J. Beredo, MD
Chief, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

2. Biodata which should include your contact number and email Address
3. Certified true copy of your Birth Certificate* PREFERABLY from NSO
4. CERTIFIED TRUE COPY* of the following:
a. Medicine Diploma
b . Certificate of Internship
c. Prof. Regulation Commission Board of Medicine Rating
d. Transcript of Records from the Medical School you have graduated
e. Class standing from the Dean/college secretary from the Medical School you have graduated
5. Certificate of Good Moral Character (from 2 physicians)
6. Two (2) Passport size Pictures

*certification of true copies should be stamped on all application requirements, preferably from a notary public (Lawyer) or the certifiying officer of the Medical school OR PRC.
You are to submit 1 copy to the Director's office and another copy to Ms. Ana Evia of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
The Deadline for submission of Applications is on April 29, 2011 at 5 pm

Preresidency is implemented so you can have a chance to evaluate yourself if you are indeed interested in the specialty of rehabilitation medicine
There is no allowance nor any monetary gratuity during preresidency as this is a prerequisite for evaluation of your application
If accepted into the training program, the applicant is usually given 1 item with a basic salary of a Medical Officer III with the benefits entitled to a government employee.

The curriculum of the residency training follows the basic residency training template of the Philippine Board of Rehabilitation Medicine and its training is duly accredited by the same board.

the residency training is for 3 years. There is no pre med requirement nor height requirement.

You may contact us at pocrehabmed@yahoo.com or through Ms. Ana Evia at +63(2)7114276 loc 249 or +63(2)7320461
This post has been edited by pocrehabmed: 21 January 2011 - 02:09 AM

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Edited by pocrehabmed, 07 March 2011 - 11:24 PM.


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Posted 22 March 2011 - 03:43 AM

The applications Residency training for Rehabilitation medicine for the July 2011 batch will be accepted starting March 1, 2011.

the requirements for application (in 2 SETS) is as follows:

1. Application letter addressed to : Luisito Maano, MD
Officer-In-Charge
Philippine Orthopedic Center

Thru: Camilo V. Te. MD
Chairman, Training Committee

Thru: Ma. Eulalia J. Beredo, MD
Chief, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

2. Biodata which should include your contact number and email Address
3. Certified true copy of your Birth Certificate* PREFERABLY from NSO
4. CERTIFIED TRUE COPY* of the following:
a. Medicine Diploma
b . Certificate of Internship
c. Prof. Regulation Commission Board of Medicine Rating
d. Transcript of Records from the Medical School you have graduated
e. Class standing from the Dean/college secretary from the Medical School you have graduated
5. Certificate of Good Moral Character (from 2 physicians)
6. Two (2) Passport size Pictures

*certification of true copies should be stamped on all application requirements, preferably from a notary public (Lawyer) or the certifiying officer of the Medical school and PRC.
You are to submit 1 copy to the Director's office and another copy to Ms. Ana Evia of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine


Preresidency is implemented so you can have a chance to evaluate yourself if you are indeed interested in the specialty of rehabilitation medicine
There is no allowance nor any monetary gratuity during preresidency as this is a prerequisite for evaluation of your application
If accepted into the training program, the applicant is usually given 1 item with a basic salary of a Medical Officer III with the benefits entitled to a government employee.

The curriculum of the residency training follows the basic residency training template of the Philippine Board of Rehabilitation Medicine and its training is duly accredited by the same board.

the residency training is for 3 years. There is no pre med requirement nor height requirement.

You may contact us at pocrehabmed@yahoo.com or through Ms. Ana Evia at +63(2)7114276 loc 249 or +63(2)7320461

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 07:08 PM

Sir pocrehabmed, may I know what book to read to prepare for pre-residency at POC rehab med? thanks in advance. God bless.

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 03:19 AM

Sir pocrehabmed, may I know what book to read to prepare for pre-residency at POC rehab med? thanks in advance. God bless.


Preresidency demands are basically an orientation to the specialty. I suggest you brush up on your anatomy...add a little bit of kinesiology (any book will do, but the one named brunstromm's kinesiology is ok already. ) you may want to read on Braddom's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Medicine.

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 05:33 PM


Sir pocrehabmed, may I know what book to read to prepare for pre-residency at POC rehab med? thanks in advance. God bless.


Preresidency demands are basically an orientation to the specialty. I suggest you brush up on your anatomy...add a little bit of kinesiology (any book will do, but the one named brunstromm's kinesiology is ok already. ) you may want to read on Braddom's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Medicine.


thank you sir.

Edited by jpmd88, 29 March 2011 - 05:34 PM.


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Posted 26 April 2011 - 04:02 PM

open pa po ba for july? thanks!

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Posted 28 April 2011 - 03:51 AM

I called POC department of rehab they are still accepting applicants.

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 12:03 PM

The last day of filing for applications for July batch has just concluded last April 29, 2011. You may want to file your application for January 2012 starting August 1, 2011 until Sept. 30, 2011. Preresidency for the January 2012 will commence on October 3, 2011.

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Posted 17 July 2011 - 10:38 PM

Residency training in REhabilitation Medicine for January 2012 batch will open on August 1, 2011 until Sept. 30, 2011

the requirements for application (in 2 SETS) is as follows:

1. Application letter addressed to : Luisito Maano, MD
Medical Center Chief II
Philippine Orthopedic Center

Thru: Camilo V. Te. MD
Chairman, Training Committee

Thru: Ma. Eulalia J. Beredo, MD
Chief, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

2. Biodata which should include your contact number and email Address
3. Certified true copy of your Birth Certificate* PREFERABLY from NSO
4. CERTIFIED TRUE COPY* of the following:
a. Medicine Diploma
b . Certificate of Internship
c. Prof. Regulation Commission Board of Medicine Rating
d. Transcript of Records from the Medical School you have graduated
e. Class standing from the Dean/college secretary from the Medical School you have graduated
5. Certificate of Good Moral Character (from 2 physicians)
6. Two (2) Passport size Pictures

*certification of true copies should be stamped on all application requirements, preferably from a notary public (Lawyer) or the certifiying officer of the Medical school and PRC.
You are to submit 1 copy to the Director's office and another copy to Ms. Irene Delarmente of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine


Preresidency is implemented so you can have a chance to evaluate yourself if you are indeed interested in the specialty of rehabilitation medicine
There is no allowance nor any monetary gratuity during preresidency as this is a prerequisite for evaluation of your application
If accepted into the training program, the applicant is usually given 1 item with a basic salary of a Medical Officer III with the benefits entitled to a government employee.

The curriculum of the residency training follows the basic residency training template of the Philippine Board of Rehabilitation Medicine and its training is duly accredited by the same board.

the residency training is for 3 years. There is no pre med requirement nor height requirement.

You may contact us at pocrehabmed@yahoo.com or through Ms.Irene Delarmente at +63(2)7114276 loc 249 or +63(2)7320461
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#40 Acidfast

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Posted 15 August 2011 - 08:27 PM

Open pa po ba for january 2011? thanks.
May age limit ba?

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Posted 15 August 2011 - 11:27 PM

Open pa po ba for january 2011? thanks.
May age limit ba?


The application is now open for january 2012 batch. Please see the previous posts. thanks...
About the age limit, it is preferable but not a requirement to have the age at 35 years old. However, this is not a hard and fast rule
thanks again.


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Posted 29 August 2011 - 11:35 PM

last 30 days for January 2012 batch

Applications will be entertained for january 2012 batch until Sept. 30, 2011 only. If you can, please send us an email at pocrehabmed@yahoo.com if you have inquiries.

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Posted 08 September 2011 - 06:58 AM

Hi! I'm interested in joining the residency program on orthopedics. is it still open?

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Posted 08 September 2011 - 07:06 AM

Hi! I'm interested in joining the residency program on orthopedics. is it still open?


Hi I really can't answer that since that is handled by the Medical Training committee of the Hospital. Kindly call 7114276 loc 251. Look for Liza LaRosa. the requirements are almost the same as mentioned in the previous posts except that in your application letter, it should be addressed to:

Luisito Maano, MD, MHA CESO V
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thru: Camilo V. Te, MD
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You will also need to make two copies, one submitted to the Medical Training Committee and the other to the Medical Center Chief II

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Posted 08 September 2011 - 07:06 AM

Hi! I'm interested in joining the residency program on orthopedics. is it still open?


Hi I really can't answer that since that is handled by the Medical Training committee of the Hospital. Kindly call 7114276 loc 251. Look for Liza LaRosa. the requirements are almost the same as mentioned in the previous posts except that in your application letter, it should be addressed to:

Luisito Maano, MD, MHA CESO V
medical Center Chief II

thru: Camilo V. Te, MD
Chair
Medical Training Committee

You will also need to make two copies, one submitted to the Medical Training Committee and the other to the Medical Center Chief II

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Posted 08 September 2011 - 07:19 AM


Hi! I'm interested in joining the residency program on orthopedics. is it still open?


Hi I really can't answer that since that is handled by the Medical Training committee of the Hospital. Kindly call 7114276 loc 251. Look for Liza LaRosa. the requirements are almost the same as mentioned in the previous posts except that in your application letter, it should be addressed to:

Luisito Maano, MD, MHA CESO V
medical Center Chief II

thru: Camilo V. Te, MD
Chair
Medical Training Committee

You will also need to make two copies, one submitted to the Medical Training Committee and the other to the Medical Center Chief II

thank you!!! :)

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Posted 08 September 2011 - 07:31 AM



Hi! I'm interested in joining the residency program on orthopedics. is it still open?


Hi I really can't answer that since that is handled by the Medical Training committee of the Hospital. Kindly call 7114276 loc 251. Look for Liza LaRosa. the requirements are almost the same as mentioned in the previous posts except that in your application letter, it should be addressed to:

Luisito Maano, MD, MHA CESO V
medical Center Chief II

thru: Camilo V. Te, MD
Chair
Medical Training Committee

You will also need to make two copies, one submitted to the Medical Training Committee and the other to the Medical Center Chief II

thank you!!! :)


You are welcome. However, You may also want to check their thread.. I think the Orthopedics residency training program of POC also has a thread here... You might get more information with that too...

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Posted 23 September 2011 - 08:28 PM

how many residents are there at POC? how about the 24 hour duty, is it every 3 days?

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 02:44 AM

ask ko lang po ilan years po ang rehab med?

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 12:23 PM

ask ko lang po ilan years po ang rehab med?


Three years po ang residency training program.