US-based healthcare staffing firm to hold recruitment seminars in Manila, Cebu

Hundreds of registered nurses and physical therapists are expected to attend the much-awaited recruitment seminars of JUNO Healthcare Staffing in Cebu and Manila in the Philippines this month.

web.jpgThe seminars are scheduled on Oct. 20, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at SM City Cebu Conference Halls A&B, Level 4, Reclamation Area, Cebu City and on Oct. 27, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Development Academy of the Philippines, Workshop Room 1, DAP Bldg., San Miguel Ave., Pasig City.

JUNO Healthcare will conduct the seminars through its representative in the Philippines, Personnel Employment and Technical Recruitment Agency or PETRA, with POEA license no. 153-LB-062303-R*. Only CGFNS passers and nurses with at least one year of hospital experience may attend the seminars.

ad.jpgPETRA will assist Nonette Teodoro, CEO and Charmaine Teodoro, vice president of JUNO Healthcare Staffing in facilitating the seminars in Cebu and Manila. Topics covered include job placements in New York, New Jersey, California, Arizona and other states; salaries and benefits in different states; legal requirements; JUNO Healthcare’s other services, including its NCLEX review center.

Attendees are requested to bring all the pertinent documents to avail of the free evaluation of credentials. Please bring the following: comprehensive resume, diploma from country of origin; transcript of records; birth certificate, yours and dependents’ (if applicable); marriage certificate (if applicable); 3 copies 2 x 2 ID pictures; Professional License & Registration Certification from country of origin; passport/US visa; TOEFL and TSE/IELTs results (if available); Employment and training certificates; eligibility notice to take licensure exam after having credentials verified for the state of intended employment by CGFNS for RNs or FCCPT for PT; NPTE result for PT (if available); and NCLEX result for RN.

With the opening of the new office in Phoenix, Arizona last Oct. 4, nurses and other healthcare professionals now have more option for their preferred work location. JUNO Healthcare Staffing has the most number of offices in different states among Filipino-American healthcare staffing agencies in New York.

If you’re in the Philippines, contact Jo-ann Paryani at (01163) 9062002887. If you’re in the United States, contact Lourdes Casino of the Immigrant Services Section at (718) 396-7325. You may also contact through email or


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  1. marie says:

    to all nurses;
    don’t apply to juno healthcare staffing agency. they will exploit you!

  2. Sandra says:

    Really? I’ve heard mostly good things about the couple who owns Juno. I’m sure there’s another side to this comment? What are the circumstances why you hate them so?

  3. Dennis says:

    Yes I hear good things about Juno. Care to elaborate Marie?

  4. Nurse NCLEX says:

    Super-Duper site!. Im a nurse student ready to do my NCLEX exam – so I need to learn as much as possible :). Thanks!

  5. yes dear says:

    True, this happened to a friend of mine who had an approved immigrant visa petition. with ALL the paperworks at hand. The thing is this agency kick the supposed nurse immigrant out. Imagine may Visascreen na at current priority date approved the the NVC themselves.

    I believe, they were hiring illegal immigrants before kaya, na black list na sila . . scary.

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