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Department of OB-GYNE

Mission

 

Committed to continue to provide an accredited training program for future Obstetricians – Gynecologists who shall eventually become Diplomates and Fellows of the Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society.

Vision

 

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Dr. Paulino J. Garcia Memorial Research and Medical Center envisions to become the center providing optimal/total quality care for the women population in Nueva Ecija and neighboring towns. To become a center providing complete subspecialty services with competent physicians and high standard facilities.

Objectives

 

To provide quality healthcare for women in Nueva Ecija and nearby provinces and a residency training program with a comprehensive curriculum that meets the requirements for accreditation as a competent and compassionate specialist by the Philippine Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.  The program is also intended to stimulate interest in the field of research while offering opportunities to undertake research projects.

 

 

 

Doctors

 

 

Dr. CONCEPCION P. ARGONZA

Chairman Emeritus


Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society


Fellow International College of Surgeon

Dr. ROSEMARIE R. HUDENCIAL

Department Head


Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society

Dr. AURA LYNN T. AUSTRIA

Training Officer


Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society

Dr. EDELIZA ELVAMBUENA-AMORIN

Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society


Fellow, Fellowship Professional Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology   


Fellow, Philippine Society of Maternal & Fetal Medicine

Dr. ROMMEL Z.DUEÑAS

Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society

Fellow, Society of Gynecologic Oncologists of the Philippines

Fellow, Philippine Society of the cervical Pathology & Colposcopy inc.

Dr. ANNA BELEN I.ALENSUELA

Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society

Fellow, Fellowship Professional Society of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility


Dr. HELENE ALBERTO

Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society

Fellow, Fellowship Professional Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology

Dr. JOSEPHINE VICTORIA V. ROMERO

Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society

Women and Child Protection Unit, Head

Dr. IMELDA M. SANCHEZ

Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society


Dr. SONIA DOMINGO

Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society

Dr. JOSELITA A. CACDAC

Family Planning Center, Head

Dr. ELSIE C. MEJIA

Senior Consultant

Dr. ROWENA C. SORIANO

Fellow, Philippine Obstetrics & Gynecology Society

Dr. MA. KATRINA TORRES

Diplomate (POGS)

Dr. SHERILYN G. BOTE

Junior Member (POGS)

Dr. ALONA E. PAGTALUNAN

Junior Member (POGS)

Dr. ERLIZA B. HERNANDEZ

Junior Member (POGS)

Dr. ARLENE B. ARRIOLA

Junior Member (POGS)

Dr. DONNA KAY B. ESCUADRO

Junior Member (POGS)

Dr. LEAH-MEL DENESSA I. BOURBON

Junior Member (POGS)


Dr. CLAIRE LIZ I. BOMBASE

Junior Member (POGS)


Dr. RHINNA AGUILAR

Junior Member (POGS)


Dr. DENISE FAITH Q. NEMEÑO

Chief Resident


Dr. DHONNA SHEILA A. BATERINA

Resident


Dr. JANICE M. LOPEZ

Resident


Dr. ROCHELLE R. CASTILLO

Resident


Dr. SHIENA GRACE E. PASCUAL

Resident

Dr. JANICE L. MEJIA

Resident


Dr. BEVERLY C. BANGIS

Resident


Dr. PAULA B. CABANAG

Resident


Dr. FRANCES CARMEL T. DE VILLA

Resident


Dr. JESSICA ANTOINETTE S. UERA

Resident


Dr. FLORY MAY M. NODORA


Resident


Dr. ODESSA A. BAUTISTA

Resident

Dr. RACHELLE DIANNE V. SOLIVEN

Resident

 

 

 

 

Programs

 

 

The following  DOH Programs are as follows:   

 

1.  Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative – Lactation Management and Education Training

 

   

Job Description

Management consultants provide strategic, unbiased and objective advisory services which assist organisations in improving productivity and overall performance.

Advisory expertise covers areas such as change management, financial performance, marketing, business restructuring, and human resources, with an emphasis on managing risks and costs.

Consultants work in project teams, each team consisting of five or six people: a partner, a team manager or senior consultant, one or two associates (MBA-qualified or experienced consultants) and analysts (trainee consultants, usually graduates or those with non-MBA postgraduate degrees).

A typical project will involve meeting with clients and researching and analysing data, after which you will present recommendations to the clients and set a schedule for implementing improvements.

Beyond individual projects, you will also participate in networking activities and develop new strategy tools and techniques in areas of specialist expertise. 

Salary & benefits

Starting salaries depend on initial qualifications, aptitude and experience. MBA holders are paid at a higher level than consultants with regular undergraduate or postgraduate degrees.

Average annual salaries in the first couple of years for graduates are around £27,000 and £30,000. Associate and principal consultants earn salaries upwards of £50,000.

Managing consultants receive salaries of between £75,000 and £120,000, while directors and partners earn between £120,000 and £150,000.

Consultants also earn performance-related bonuses, both for individual and consultancy-level achievements. Other perks include company shares, pensions, private medical cover, dental and optical insurance, on-site gyms and restaurant facilities and interest-free season ticket loans.

Working hours

A consultant’s working week while on a client assignment consists of three or four days at the client’s premises, with the remaining days spent at the home office. Hours are mostly standard and travel is frequent, on both a national and international scale.

Large consulting firms offer high-performing graduate employees financial sponsorship towards attending top-tier business schools for an MBA after the first few years of employment.

Firms also facilitate flexible working arrangements and career sabbaticals, dependent on business requirements and employee potential.

Entry

Graduate entry is usually through training and development programmes. Entry requirements are usually demanding, though graduates from any discipline are eligible to apply.

Typical requirements include a 2:1 or above degree from a good university, a minimum of 300 UCAS points, a consistent record of outstanding academic and extra-curricular achievements, excellent quantitative and analytical reasoning, and high levels of initiative, confidence and commercial awareness.

Training & progression

Initial training schemes are detailed and intensive, covering professional and personal development and the tools and methods used in the organisation. Residential and off-site courses for new trainees are available across the consultancy, usually including a group project or presentation exercise made to senior management at the end of the programme.

Graduates undertake structured placements across multiple departments and project teams, receiving support and guidance from work supervisors, partners and senior consultants, as well as a previous graduate consultant ‘buddy’.

A majority of consulting businesses offer a clear career progression map, and strong performers can expect to reach director or partner levels within 10 years of joining.

The defined hierarchy reads: Analyst, Associate, Senior Associate, Consultant, Principal Consultant, Manager or Management Consultant, Director, and Partner. 

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