The Philippine government has extended the closure of the city (for the capital of Manila and epidemic-stricken areas) and most government departments have yet to officially resume work, therefore affecting hiring and application processes. In addition, departments in Hong Kong that process relevant foreign domestic worker application (such as the Immigration Department and Philippine Consulate) require appointments to be made, which will take longer than usual. As there will be an increase of applications in the short term, it is currently estimated that it will take about three and a half months or more for new hires from overseas to be processed, and more than two months for local employment. If you need to hire a Live-In Caregiver, it is recommended to apply as soon as possible.
After overseas caregivers’ arrival in Hong Kong, we will provide targeted health training: such as wearing of personal protective equipment, correct washing of hands, personal hygiene and information on the coronavirus.
Free Nursing Consultation:
In view of the epidemic, we understand that there are many patients who require care but are worried that they may not find suitable care. We are able to provide free nursing consultation, and make the most suitable preparation for families.
Our overseas caregivers have been through relevant nursing training and have the necessary qualifications to provide you with safe and proper nursing care.
Our overseas caregivers (caregivers, assistant nurses, nurses and senior nurses) are all professionally trained and have relevant nursing experience. Our Cursing Consultant will match the most suitable caregiver according to the patient’s nursing needs.
Upon arrival of our Caregivers to Hong Kong, our fully qualified Hong Kong-licensed nursing instructors will provide In-House Training for them in our company's training room based on the latest condition of the patient. This is to better prepare our caregivers before having them formally take care of the patient.
After the caregiver starts to take care of the patient, we will arrange for our Hong Kong-licensed nursing instructors to provide a three-hour consultation and nursing guidance (On-Site Training) based on the condition of the patient and actual home environment, to ensure that our caregiver can provide quality nursing services safely and effectively.
“"Maria is a registered nurse from the Philippines and currently looks after a patient recovering from cancer, providing tracheostomy care, sputum suction and gastrointestinal care."”
“"Anna is an Indian nurse who is taking care of a patient with reduced mobility requiring nasogastric and throat feeding, and takes care of all the daily living needs of the elderly patient."”
“"Anitha holds a bachelor's degree in nursing and is now caring for an elderly patient with dementia and stroke who has limited mobility in a Hong Kong family."”