QUALIFICATION STANDARDS UNDER SEC 14, RA 8551 – Police Inspectors – NURSES

July 4, 2012

The Qualification Standard under Section 14 of RA 8551 for Police Inspector – Nurses Lateral Entry are as follows:

Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Eligibility: RA 1080 (NLE)

Age: At least 21 yrs. old but not more than 30 yrs. old upon oath taking for civilian applicants
– Not more than 46 yrs. old upon oath taking for PNP
member applicants.

Height: At least 1.62m for male
At least 1.57m for female

Weight: Not more or less than 5 kgs from the standard weight
corresponding to his or her height, weight, age and
sex

Experience: -At least one (1) year clinical experience in a
hospital (100 bed capacity) setting most preferably
at the PNPGH
– with Basic Life Support and Cardio Pulmonary
Resuscitation Training

Performance Evaluation Rating: For PNP- member applicants with more than a year in the service at least Very Satisfactory (VS) for the last two (2) rating periods

TREE PLANTING ACTIVITIES

July 3, 2012

PNP HEALTH SERVICE PERSONNEL DURING TREE PLANTING ACTIVITIES AT BRGY NELINTAP AND PALLAS, SAN CARLOS CITY, PANGASINANImage

 

HS MISSION & VISION

July 3, 2012

PNP HEALTH SERVICE VISION

A modern Health Service rendering optimum health care at par with other well known Health institutions in Asia by 20126.

 

PNP HEALTH SERVICE MISSION

 

To provide timely, comprehensive and quality health services to PNP personnel, their dependents, and authorized civilians.

September 8, 2011

PSUPT CRIZ REBELLON (Gold Medalist in PNP Karatedo and Arnis Competition) with HS Personnel during the Sporstfest

HS Personnel led by AD,HS PSSUPT MA ANGELA MANAS VIDAL during the Opening of 2011 NHQ/NSU Sportsfest

2011 NHQ/NSU’s Sportsfest

September 8, 2011

PDG RAUL M BACALZO, C, PNP and HS Personnel led by AD,HS PSSUPT MA ANGELA MANAS VIDAL during the Opening of 2011 NHQ/NSU Sportsfest

December 14, 2009

PCSUPT FRANCISCO P ALTAREJOS MD, is the guest of honor and speaker at the traditional monday flag raising ceremony at the  Philippine National Police Academy at Silang, Cavite and will head to PRO 4A RHS at Camp Vicente Lim, Canlubang, Laguna for staff visit.

December 10, 2009
In this article we will discuss:
FIRST AID AND THE LAW

FIRST AID – is an immediate care given to a person who have been injured or suddenly taken ill. It includes self-help and home care when medical assistance is delayed or not available.

•Legally, a victim must give consent for an offer of help before a person trained in first aid begins to help him or her. The law assumes that an unconscious person would give consent. If a victim is conscious, ask permission before helping him or her.
• You should also make a reasonable attempt to get consent from the parent or guardian of a victim who is a minor or who is mentally or emotionally disturbed.
•If a parent or guardian is not available, you may give first aid without consent. Consent is also implied for a person who is conscious, badly injured, or so ill that he or she cannot respond.

GOOD SAMARITAN LAWS give legal protection to rescuers who act in good faith and are not guilty of gross negligence or willful misconduct.

ROLES OF FIRST AID:

1.Bridge that fills the gap between the victim and the Physician.
2.It is not intended to compete with nor take the place of the services of the Physician.

It ends when medical assistance begins.

December 9, 2009

Today marks the Philippine National Police Nurses Association, Inc (PNPNAI) 8th Annual Convention with the Theme: “Quality and Ethical Nursing Practice Towards Genuine Transformation” – Keynote Speech will be deliver  by PCSUPT FRANCISCO P ALTAREJOS MD – Director, Health Service

Topics will be discuss are:

Creating Climate for Potential Leaders by Col Ofelia E Hernando (Ret) Dean, AMA College of Nursing, Makati City

Ethical Values in Nursing/Updates on Improvement of Salary Standardization of Nurses in the Philippines by Lorenza c Serafica RN, MPH, Phd National President, NLPGN, Inc

Rational Drug Use for Patient Safety by PSINSP BEVERLY L DE GUZMAN MD Medical Officer, PNPGH

Motivation in Management by PSUPT JANET M HOMO – Chief, Plans & Operation Div, HS

December 8, 2009

Its the second day of the 16th PNP Health Service Anniversary today’s activity will be the Annual Convention to be held at the Multipurpose Center of Camp Crame..

Topics will be discuss are the following:

Aging Gracefully by  Juan P Sanchez Jr, MD

Smile design Thru Mock Presentation by Marylou S Fernandez, DMD

Cervical Cancer and Vaccination by Zoraida Macao-Fernandez, MD

Taking the First Step: Cleaning and going Beyond Cleaning-Disenfection and Liquid Sterilization. by Jun Barnes Jr,

The Evidence is Clear, The Evidence is Crystal: Lipitor like no other Stain. by Vincent Valencia, MD

Prostrate Cancer by John Kenneth Domingo, MD

Healthy Lifestyle by Vivian Dizon, MD

The Active Role of Nurses in Support to PNP Health Care by Rusty Francisco, EdD

December 7, 2009

Today’s  article is the 1st part of the series of the Evolution of the Police Nurse as discussed with permission by Police Senior Inspector MAGILAS S SALVACION  RN, MAN, Nursing Service Division, PNP Health Service:

Under Section 28, Article VI of Republic Act 9173 “Philippine Nursing Law of 2002”, the scope of nursing practice in our country was redefined as follows:

“A person shall be deemed to be practicing nursing within the meaning of this Act when he/she singly or in collaboration with another, initiates and performs nursing services to individuals, families and communities in any health care setting…”(1)

As one of the many different health care settings and fields of the professional nursing in our country, the Nursing Service Division personnel who collaboratively initiates and performs nursing services to the Philippine National Police (PNP) community has one of the most colorful, dramatic and vibrant history. It can be noticed today, however, that most but not all nursing societies and people in general have failed to recognize this group of nurses who have a special role in our community, especially in the PNP, which has and almost always been misconstrued as part of the Nurse Corps of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. It is safe to say that any member of the Nursing Service Division, at one point of their career, have experience this scenario. It is either we will be recognized as policeman or policewoman only and not as a nurse or a military nurse. It is with all good intention to reexamine why this is so. There  is a probability that the reason for this phenomenon is the direct link between the Nurse Corps and Nursing Service as to AFP and PNP. In line with this thought, here are some significant facts which led to the evolution of the Police Nurse…… To be continue..


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