International MedLink, Inc.works with educational institutions and clinical facilities governmental agencies for the purpose of immigration and placement of foreign nurses in the United States and Worldwide.
Aboitiz Jebsen Manpower Solutions 2F Harbor Center ll Building Railroad and Chicago Streets South Harbor, Port Area Manila 1018, Philippines
MMS Placement International, Inc. Unit 5 Finlandia Townhomes 1700 Dian St. cor. Finlandia St. Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines POEA License Number OS-196-LB-061198-NL
ABOITIZ JEBSEN MANPOWER SOLUTIONS was awarded the POEA Special Commendation for Pioneering Efforts in Developing Quality Labor Markets in 2006.
Our seabased division, JEBSENS MARITIME INC., was also awarded the prestigious Awards of Excellence and the POEA Special Commendation for Exemplary Welfare Programs and Allied Services.
These awards embrace a renewed world of expectations utilizing the values of human resource development. Awards were given by the Philippine Department of Labor and Employment's Secretary Patricia A. Sto. Tomas, Undersecretary Danilo P. Cruz and Philippine Overseas Employment Administration Administrator, Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz.
POEA License Number 026-LB-020107-R
American Association of International Healthcare Recruitement
The American Association of International Healthcare Recruitment (AAIHR) is a Delaware not-for-profit corporation. The association was formed to present the interests of US based international healthcare recruitment service providers and to promote legal, ethical, and professional practices for international healthcare recruitement.
The Mission of AAIHR is:
To ensure quality and competency in the recruitment of internationally trained professionals to supplement the American healthcare workforce.
To encourage ethical business practices in international recruitment.
To create and foster public awareness on our industry's positive impact on healthcare in the United States.
2008 Governmental Affairs Objective Include:
Immigration reform to allow for the ease of migration of foreign educated healthcare professions to US in ample numbers.
Consistency in visa petition processing rules and regulations at the CIS and State Department agencies.
Promotion of ethical recruitment practices and treatment of foreign educated healthcare professionals.
Presentation of a unified voice based on fact and experience to federal, state and other relevant agencies that process foreign educated healthcare professional licensure and immigration applications.
Increased public awareness of the positive impact of foreign educated healthcare professions practicing in the US.
Advocate for credentialing regulations for foreign educated healthcare professions.
Increase access and ease of access to credentialing agencies approved by immigration law and state licensure agencies.