Vacancies for Registered Nurses in Lagos

A male Registered Nurse is needed urgently for immediate employment in a clinic at Ikorodu, Lagos. Accommodation available.
Interested candidates should send CV to or through WhatsApp to 08080445336.

A newly established hospital in magodo area of Lagos State is urgently in need of a female nurse.

If interested please send WhatsApp message to this number

UCH Ibadan list of 2019/2020 Successful Nurse Interns

University College Hospital UCH Ibadan has released the final list of successful interns for the 2019/2020 internship program for Nurses, doctors, Medical Laboratory scientists among others.

Below is the full list

Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals 2019/2020 Nursing Internship Application

Applications are hereby Invited for suitably qualified candidates for the Under-listed posts in the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex Ile-Ife for the 2019/2020 internship year


Intern Nursing Officers

SALARY: CONMESS 01 STEP 1(1, 316,488.00) PER ANNUM.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE A Good University Degree or its equivalent from Recognised Institution in relevant discipline and registerable with the relevant professional body .


Successful candidates will be expected to perform all relevant duties in their respective departments including any periodic ones as may be assigned by the heads of departments .

Conditions of Service

These are Similar to those obtainable in the Federal Public Service and Federal Health Institution of Nigeria.

Methods of Application

All application should be made in the institutions prescribed Employment Application from obtainable 1.2 establishments Department .Administration block. OAUTHC ife Hospital Unit ile-ife.

NB:ALL COMPLETED FORMS WITH PHOTOCOPIES OF ALL RELEVANT CREDENTIALS/DOCUMENTS AND TWENTY (20)Copies of up-to-date curriculum vitae should be forwarded to the office of the

The Chief Medical Director,

Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex,

P.M.B 5538,


Closing Date : The closing date for submission of duly completed application forms is 4th April, 2019.

Interview Date : Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview via mobile short message service (sms) at a time to be made known later.

NPMI Parcel Services Available

Download the clearer pics ….. For clarification sake….. This particular form is not to be filled but typed using this format.

Or “For Oauthc application form and CV format.

The forms are fillable on Android phone and laptop. Adobe pdf reader on your laptop could do it. Some pdf readers like XODO on Android could do it.


Download forms at”

And that means automatic disqualification for a lot of candidates who make a mistake of filling it and making 20 photocopies of it. So what you are to submit are

20 copies of Cv

Photocopies of credentials


Just the passport on the employment form.

First sch leaving cert

Waec cert

Degree cert


Birth cert

LGA identification

3 recommendation letters

To be submitted in the office where the form was collected.

IELTS Centre Now in Akure Ondo State

The leading provider of ielts in Nigeria the British Council has created a centre in Akure rge Ondo State capital.

Prior to this development applicants from Ondo and Èkìtì state have to travel down to Ibadan the closest centre.

The body would conduct its first exam in Akure in March 2019.

Chreso University 2019 Admission Exercise for Chinese, Indians and Zambians

College Admission Cocktail Invitation

Chreso University Admissions Team warmly invites parents and school leavers to admissions presentations for Chinese, Indian and Zambian Universities courtesy of Sharda University India.

Venue: Chreso University

Date: 24 March 2019

Time: 14:00 hours

Bring your latest grade 12 results to enter the hall.On the spot admission and scholarships will be given.Book your seat now with Joseph and Regina on +260977141697 and +260979685182 respectively

St. Gerard’s Catholic Hospital Kaduna, Nigeria 2019/2020 School of Nursing Admission Form on Sale

This is to inform the general public that the 2019/2020 Sales of Application forms into St. Gerard’s School of Nursing begins on Monday 18/02/2019 as detail below:

Kaoma School of Nursing July 2019 Application and Interview Date

Kaoma School of Nursing has set the date for July 2019 intake for buying application forms and interview.

Below are the requirements, application deadline and interview date

Salaries of 900 NDP nurses delayed for 2 months

Some 900 nurses in Bicol Region working under the Nurse Deployment Project (NDP) of the Department of Health (DOH) have not received their salaries since November 2018.

NDP is one of the program under the DOH Human Resource for Health Deployment Program (HRHDP) which deploys nurses, medical technologists, midwives, dentists, physicians, pharmacists and other health workers to rural communities and local government units around the country.
In a letter sent to NDP nurses in Bicol, DOH regional office pointed to their limited notice cash allotment (NCA) and the lack of time in processing by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) as the reasons for the delay of their salaries.
DOH-5 OIC Dr. Ernie Vera said that he has already talked to the nurses and apologized to them.

“Humihingi rin kami ng paumanhin sa kanila dahil talaga kahit ano ang gawin namin dito sa regional office kung wala ang support or funds coming from the central, wala rin kaming maibibigay.”

Vera promised that nurses will receive their compensation this January 2019.
Nurse advocacy group Ang Nars Partylist said that this situation of government nurses is ‘totally unacceptable’ and ‘the same issues have persisted through all of the government’s deployment programs over the years: N.A.R.S. in 2009, RN HEALS in 2011, and the NDP in 2014.’
“UP TO NOW, THERE IS NO CHANGE IN THE NURSES AND HEALTH WORKER’S CONDITION IN THE DOH, LOCAL GOVERNMENT and PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS! They do not support sustainable human development through generation of living wages, good working conditions, regular and permanent employment for our nurses and health workers,” said Leah Paquiz, Ang Nars President.
Paquiz also hit the delayed implementation of DOH HRHDP 2019 because this year’s national budget has not been approved yet. The proposed 2019 national budget is still undergoing refinement under the bicameral conference committee of Congress and is expected to be up for President’s signing middle of February.

“This condition slowly kills the hopes of our nurses and health workers for a better life and future,” she added.

PRC lowers CPD requirement for Nurses, Teachers, Others, exempts OFWs in draft IRR

Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) is proposing to lower the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements for professionals, and to exempt overseas Filipino workers (OFW) during the duration of their work abroad.

PRC will present these significant amendments to the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Republic Act 10912 or the CPD Act of 2016, in a consultative meeting by Senate Committee on Civil Service, Government Reorganization and Professional Regulation at 10AM today, February 4.
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, committee chair and author of the CPD Law, asked PRC and heads of Professional Regulatory Boards in a hearing last November 28, 2018 to amend the IRR of the law amidst numerous complaints received by the Senate on the implementation of the law.
Instead of abolishing the law, Senators Ralph Recto, Miguel Zubiri and Trillanes enjoined PRC to make the CPD voluntary.

But in the final draft made available online, PRC sticks to the mandatory nature of CPD, but provides a “transition period” for professional to comply the unit requirements. Part of the draft IRR states:

During this transition period the following shall be observed:a) Professionals working overseas shall not be covered by the CPD requirement during the period of their employment abroad.b) Newly licensed professionals shall not be covered by CPD requirement for the first renewal cycle after obtaining their license.c) The various CPD Councils shall reduce the required CPD credit units to a minimum which shall not be more than 15 units, as provided for under applicable laws.
PRC also made the CPD programs accreditation faster by making it “deemed approved after 10 working days from receipt thereof if no feedback from the CPD Council is received.”

Protesting Doctors Of Sindh Govt Hospitals Joined By Nurses

Forced closure of out patient departments (OPDs) by doctors at provincial government health care facilities turned intense Tuesday as nurses associated with many of these centres joined the protesters for acceptance of their almost similar demands

:Forced closure of out patient departments (OPDs) by doctors at provincial government health care facilities turned intense Tuesday as nurses associated with many of these centres joined the protesters for acceptance of their almost similar demands.

The protesting doctors, mainly comprising internees doing their post graduation as well as those serving in BPS-17 pressing for their demands, as raise in their stipends/salaries besides allowances coupled with insurance coverage, went on strike on Monday.
Protesters talking to APP said that unwarranted delay in revision of service structures for paramedics and nurses had been a cause of serious concern for the professionals since long.

In certain Sindh government hospitals of Karachi, Hyderabad, Larkana, Sukkur and Benazirabad (Nawabshah) were also joined by paramedics and nurses, said Dr Wajahat Hussain Naqvi of Young Doctors Association.

Expressing his regret that doctors and other concerned staffers had to resort to strike causing inconvenience to the patients, Naqvi said they were left with no other option.

Mahrukh Zuleikha, staff nurse at Lyari General Hospital said security and revised service structure were the major concern along with salary package at par with healthcare providers in other parts of the country.

“We have not stopped serving patients reporting at emergencies nor those already admitted to different wards are left unattended,” she said.
Executive Director of Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Centre, Dr Seemi Jamali acknowledging that service was affected due to closure of OPDs, however, mentioned that a faction of young doctors resumed their responsibilities on Tuesday morning.
Meanwhile, provincial health department taking stock of the situation has approached the agitating doctors, paramedics/ nurses and assured to get their “genuine” grievances redressed.
“We are here to facilitate the young doctors and all those serving the ailing humanity, however, it would be difficult to budge before those resorting to unethical practices,” a health department official said.