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CMC Newsletter - 2015

URGENTLY needs competent individuals for the following


Stroke Unit2STAFF NURSE - Male/Female, Registered Nurses with or without experience, Board Certified RA 1080

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLIGISTS - Male/Female, Graduate of BS Radiologic Technologists, with or without experience, Board Certified RA 1080

RESPIRATORY THERAPISTS - Male/Female, Graduate of BS Respiratory Therapy, with or without experience, Board Certified RA 10024

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGISTS - Male/Female, Registered Medical Technologists. Related experience an advantage, Fresh Graduates are likewise invited to apply.

ACCOUNTING / BUSINESS OFFICE CLERCKS - Graduate of BS Accountancy/ Banking & Finance, Computer literate w/ above average communication skills, Not over 30 years old w/ pleasing personality

You may submit your resume and credentials to:

PERSONNEL OFFICE Mezzanine Floor, CMC 2 Bldg., Sct. Magbanua St., cor. Panay Ave., Quezon City Tel. No.: 372-3825 local 2137 or Email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Following Employees were promoted during the 3rd and 4th Quarter of 2014

JOVELINA MANZANO, RMT – Assistant Supervisor (Laboratory) – Hired on January 28, 2002, Jovel has been exposed to the different sections in the Pathology Department. She was elevated as In Charge of Clinical Microscopy in 2007 then as Assistant Supervisor on July 07, 2014. She finished BS Medical Technology at Centro Escolar University and worked with Hizon Laboratories and Lorma Medical Center before joining CMC.


MITZI JASMINE MENDOZA – In Charge (Admitting) A graduate of Communication Arts from Colegio De San Lorenzo, she joined CMC as Admitting Clerk in 2002. Prior to her promotion, she was tapped as Officer In Charge of Admitting on February 11, 2014.




OSCAR ARRIOLA R.N. – Charge Nurse – MICU. Hired on August 03, 2005 Oscar was assigned at the Medical Intensive Care Unit until his promotion on September 22, 2014. He finished BSN at the University of Santo Tomas.




DOROTHY JOY (DJ) BARELA R.N. – Charge Nurse MICU. She finished Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Arellano University. Prior to Nursing, she is a BS Chemistry graduate of Pamantasang Lungsod ng Maynila. DJ is currently the Officer-In-Charge of MICU.



JEMELLEE ENCARNACION R.N. – Charge Nurse Nursing Floor. She joined CMC on January 19, 2004 then promoted on July 04, 2014. She is a BSN graduate of Our Lady of Fatima University and currently the Officer-In-Charge of 7AM.




LESTER GALLENITO, R.N. – Charge Nurse – 8th Floor. He is a graduate of BS Nursing from Far Easter University and hired as Staff Nurse on February 25, 2010, Promoted on July 07 2014, Lester is currently the Officer In Charge of the 8th Floor.




ARLENE GARBO, R.M. R.N. – Charge Nurse MICU. She is a Registered Midwife and worked with CMC for 6 years then left to pursue her BSN at Carlos Lanting College. She was re employed as Staff Nurse on July 05, 2007. She was promoted on July 16, 2014.




PRECIOUS GRACE GONZALES R.N. – Charge Nurse NICU. A graduate of BS Nursing from the University of Northern Philippines, Precious joined CMC as Staff Nurse on April 13, 2005. She was promoted on February 27, 2015 and is currently the Officer In Charge of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.




ALEXIE LOUIE LIM, R.N. – Charge Nurse – Stroke Unit. Alexie joined CMC as a Staff Nurse on October 17, 2005. He is a graduate of Our Lady of Fatima University and currently the Officer In Charge of the Stroke Unit.



ODESSALYN BARREDO – Cashier – Canteen. She joined CMC as Dietary Aide on April 15, 2008 and promoted as Canteen Cashier on April 15, 2015. She is a graduate of BS Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of the East.



MA. THERESA BENITEZ – Cashier – Canteen. Hired as Food Service Worker on April 01, 1988. Ms. Benitez did not limit herself to food preparation but openly embraced the exposure to other assignments and familiarized herself with the operations of the Dietary and Canteen. She went to Araneta University Extension for a one (1) year Secretarial Course. Her promotion was effective March 04, 2015.





The CMC Operating Room - We've Got It All !!!

The Operating Room (OR) Department at Capitol Medical Center is one among many departments in the hospital that has proven to be truly first-rate. Along with the Department of Surgery and Anesthesiology, the OR is a major contributor to the success of the institution. With its extensive range of available surgical procedures, advanced equipment and dedicated staff, it has become a leader in providing surgical care.

The department houses 8 operating theatres, an Endoscopy Unit, a Post-Anesthesia Care Unit, a Surgical Intensive Care Unit, and a Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Care Unit. Different kinds of surgical procedures are performed routinely in the theaters, ranging from minor cases such as excision biopsies to major ones like craniotomies and thoracic and cardiovascular surgeries. It can cater to the diverse medical needs of both local and foreign clients. Patients also have access to the latest medical techniques and procedures such as laparoscopic and endoscopic surgeries. Also, it is equipped with sophisticated facilities such as the Leica Microscope, Storz Laparoscopy, Infiniti Phaco Machine, Heart-Lung Machine among others.

One of the most outstanding qualities of the Operating Room Department is the exceptional expertise of the surgical teams that handle the daily stresses. The Chairman of the Department of Surgery, Doctor Maximino Elgar, is a renowned Surgeon and was one time the president of Philippine Society of General Surgeons (PSGS). He heads a team of competent Surgeons, Anesthesiologists, assisted by compassionate staff from the Supervisor to the Nurses and Orderlies who are likewise equipped with several years of experience in the area. They all work together to make the patients’ surgical experience pleasant and successful.

Running this tight ship requires a great deal of cooperation and communication amongst its crew. With challenging situations occurring on a regular basis, there is no shortage of learning experiences for everyone. Consequently, such pressures ultimately create better professionals out of us. Many doctors and nurses who have passed through the doors of the Operating Room Department at Capitol Medical Center have already prospered in both local and international scenes professionally aside from becoming better persons. Proof of this success is the thousands of patients who have been treated and were greatly satisfied with their surgical experiences. Some of them even got a second chance at life, thanks to the institution’s dedication to provide quality healthcare for all.

My 20 years of OR experience from being Staff Nurse up to the Supervisory level, has enhanced my skills from nursing care to decision making. I can now claim with pride that I hurdled the challenges in handling different situations from minor to complex surgeries and in coping with the Surgeons’ and Nurses’ peculiarities. There will be more people who will need expert surgical care and the Operating Room Department at Capitol Medical Center shall stand proud and ready to serve.


10th Commencement Exercises CMCC hails Class 2015 with Hon. Joy Belmonte

HON. JOY BELMONTE, Vice Mayor of Quezon City delivered the Keynote Speech during the 10th Commencement Exercises of Class 2015 of Capitol Medical Center Colleges held at the UP Film Institute last April 22, 2015. The theme of the event was “ Moral Accountability of Filipino Professionals”. The College celebrated the successful completion of the academic and clinical requirements of their graduates for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology and Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology degrees. Graduates with outstanding achievements were given recognition led by Mr. Glenn John A. Tovera, a recipient of Academic Excellence Award from the College of Nursing. The occasion was graced by the presence of the members of the CMCC Board of Directors , namely: Dr. Thelma Navarrete-Clemente (Founding Chairman), Dr. Edgardo N. Clemente (President), Ms. Carmina C. Desales (Vice –President) and Dr. Benigno R. Santi II (Member).

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released the Licensure Examination for Medical technologists last March 17, 2015. Twenty-two (22) out of the twenty-seven (27) first takers were able to pass successfully.

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