The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has welcomed three new, international nurses to the Critical Care team.
Rhod Duran, Krystyn Muncada and Ephraim Arciaga have successfully completed their NMC Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) which means they can now move to their substantive roles as registered nurses.
Tracey Spacey, Unit Manager for the Critical Care Unit, said: “We’re thrilled that Rhod, Krystyn and Ephraim have chosen to come and work for our trust and are delighted to be welcoming them to the Critical Care team. Over the last eight weeks they have undertaken a huge amount of studying and training - on a range of topics - to ensure they can competently apply their professional nursing skills and knowledge in the UK.”
The Trust is looking forward to welcoming more new nursing colleagues from the Philippines later this year and early next year.