Be a missionary nurse!

It’s not about being popular nor getting a high paying salary. It’s all about service to humanity, sacrificially and wholeheartedly, with an aim to alleviate suffering, giving hope and care.

Since 2008, we have helped almost 15,000 Filipinos through our different programs and services, and most of them were being managed and helped by our nurses who have been working in rural areas in the island-province of Palawan.

For one year, these nurses are employed and housed together by two, working in one project site, doing community health nursing, emergency managements, referrals, health education and among others.

This will be an exciting opportunity to our nurses, who want to be trained and exposed in community health care set-up. This work will even be credited to their resume as professional nurse experience.

Interested nurses may e-mail his or her resume to:, Asahel Catap, GMMN Chief Operations Officer on or before 29th of February 2012. The training, which is free, will start on the last  week of June 2012 at Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. #


About Global Ministries of Missionary Nurses

GMMN is a non-denominational, non-stock, non-profit corporation that is committed in helping people in rural and remote areas, creating hope and empowering lives. It is composed of professional nurses (in different areas and specialties) and nursing students in the Philippines and selected countries worldwide who devote their life in spreading the Word of God to every people of different race and nationality around the globe.

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