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Training of students at city hospital okayed

THE 18th City Council has authorized City Mayor Oscar Moreno to enter into and sign the Memorandum of Understanding with the UHA Caregiver Training ZaNi VIV Corporation.

This is to cover the affiliation and internship training of its students at the J.R.Borja General Hospital.

In her letter request to the city mayor, Ruela Salamanca, representative of the corporation, said the purpose of the affiliation is to provide students  with  40-hour on-the-job training for the completion of their course.

Under the memorandum, the city hospital shall provide maximum opportunity for the trainees to gain actual experience and training in Barangay Health Centers and shall permit the attendance of the trainees in clinical conferences, symposium in specified activities in the professional program of the city hospital.

It also provides that in dealing with the clients and patients, the city hospital, its employees, staff and privies, the corporation assures that its students, faculty and staff shall perform the services being rendered with reasonable care, skill and diligence. (clo)

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