Sunday, March 13, 2016


March 7, 2016 is the launching of the S.T.E.P.H. Program  with the first participants, 105 Grade 10 students (STE A and STE B and SOF) of Don Pablo Lorenzo Memorial High School.

S.T.E.P.H. stands for Student Tour for Exposure  to Professions in Healthcare which is a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) program under Human Resource with Ms. Juvee Calica, HR Manager as lead.
During Orientation with HR Manager Juvee Calica, Medical Director Filipinas Rojo and Nursing Director Ma'am Tet Calma and Closing Remarks by CEO Atty. Jhihann Natividad.

High School students preferably Grade 10 students are invited to the STEPH Program to assist them in their career choice. Exposure to the hospital setting will broaden their knowledge that work available in hospitals are not limited to doctors and nurses but also to technology related as well as administrative and finance type of jobs. 
At ER, OR, ICU and wards

At Rehab, Radiology, Pharmacy and Accounting
At Mammography, CT Scan and MRI of the Radiology Department
This will show them a glimpse of the reality of work in hospitals as well as give them the chance to interact with the workforce.
Facilitators SAM and AA with Radiology staff, Ian, Watchel of MRI and Jeanrose of CT Scan

Facilitators KRIS and Ma'am ANN

Facilitators, AICA and ROWE

Facilitators EDSEL and ANDREW and with Ma'am Earl of DPLMHS

Facilitators, KATHY and AIRENE
On the side of CMZ, we hope that we can encourage more students to enter the healthcare organizations to help augment the turnover of staff, with workforce also given the opportunity to work abroad.

Thank you so much to the very pro-active Dr. Socorro Canaya, DPLMHS Principal for being the first school to accept our invitation.

Thank you to Ma'am Liza Earl Angeles and Sir Rey Taripe for accompanying the students to Ciudad Medical Zamboanga.

This was a very fruitful day for all of us!!!
Oh No, it's Boy March 9, 2016 issue

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