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Filipinos Of NY has the largest database of Filipino healthcare providers on the East Coast.  We have a list of Filipino Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA), Physician Assistants (PA), and Medical Assistants (MA) with great work experience (some had worked as a nurse in the Philippines, UAE, Japan, UK, HK, etc..). Filipinos Of NY healthcare workers are sought after by employers around the world for their utmost care to their patients, dedication to their job, hardworking, clean (no short cut), responsible, honest, and always has the can-do attitude and wear a friendly smile even in a stressful environment.

Filipinos of NY health care providers in our agency earn considerably higher wages than those working through other agencies. Higher-earning workers are more engaged and offer better quality care. All Filipinos of NY care providers are carefully screened.

Why hire from Filipinos Of NY?

  1. Exclusive Filipino workers database

  2. Competitive (lowest) rate in the market

  3. Phone interview

  4. Face-to-face interview

  5. Interpol search

  6. Nationwide Criminal Records Investigation (nationwide)

  7. Nationwide Sex and Violent Offenders Search

  8. Federal Bureau of Prisons (Nationwide)

  9. Coronavirus (COVID-19) test

  10. FDA-Certified 10-Panel Drug Test

  11. Motor Vehicle Record Report

  12. Past References Verification

  13. Review of Social Media Accounts & entire web

  14. Code of Conduct (Do's & Don'ts)

Registered Nurse (RN) - A professional who holds either a Bachelor of Science or an Associate of Science from an accredited university or college and continues to maintain an active license with satisfactory standards.  Thereafter, obtains a state license from the Department of Health for many nursing services; for example but not limited to nursing assessments, administration of medication, IV therapy, and other direct skilled care services. The nurse can have a direct relationship with your doctor to better prepare or render care.


Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)—A professional who holds a license from the Department of Health after passing a stated examination. This professional performs skilled care services both independently and under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.


Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)—A professional who holds a certification after successfully passing the state requirements, demonstrating knowledge and proficiency in providing ADLs (Activities of Daily Living). This professional can usually receive directives from a nurse to perform tasks within the scope of their training.

Physical therapist assistants (PTAs)—provide physical therapy services under the direction and supervision of a licensed physical therapist. They help people of all ages who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their ability to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.

Physician Assistant (PA) — is a health care practitioner who practices medicine in collaboration with or under the indirect supervision of a physician, depending on state laws. Physicians do not need to be on-site with PAs, and collaboration or supervision often occurs via electronic means when consults are necessary.

Medical Assistant (MA) — also known as a "clinical assistant" or healthcare assistant in the US, is an allied health professional who supports the work of physicians and other health professionals, usually in a clinical setting. Medical assistants can become certified through an accredited program.

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