Creating an Environment to Retain and Recruit Nurses: The Magnet Hospitals

Creating an Environment to Retain and Recruit Nurses: The Magnet Hospitals

PPTS School Campus
Block 5, City Heights, General Santos City
February 21, 2010
8-11 AM

Featured Speaker:

Ms. Darlene D. Borromeo, RN, BC, FACDONA, FMNLI
Nurse Manager, Behavioral Health Unit
St. Joseph's Healthcare System
Paterson, New Jersey


Hear and learn St. Joseph's Healthcare System becomes so successful in its ability to recruit and retain nurses, and the mutual respect, involvement, and commitment to positive patient outcomes between senior management and staff. This commitment is extended far beyond nursing care - it starts at the moment a patient or family member walks in the door and it does not end with discharge. It is high quality continuum, it is very much a part of all that it does to provide a patient care experience that is distinguished, exceptional and committed to a ‘best in class’ philosophy. St. Joseph's proudly displays its Magnet designation as a proven priority to quality patient care.

Registration fee is Php 150.00 PNA/Php 200.00 Non-PNA member inclusive of refreshment, handouts, certificate with four (4) continuing nursing education units.

Organized by the MMGH Hospital University and the Florence Nightingale Institute, in cooperation with the Philippine Hospital Association, and Philippine Nurses Association.

For confirmation to attend, please text Jovelyn (09173756792).