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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2011 11:47 am 
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hi gud pm.. iam currently employed as a nursing aid in a well known hospital here in phil... I have a plan to work in saudi as a secretary in a hospital... I am already qualified for the said position at ready to have my P examination.. Iam afraid, because iam hepa b carrier baka di n nila ako i hired pag nakita nila sa medical ko ung result... pero may nabasa ako n may chance daw makapag work sa middle east ang may mga hepa basta d sila sa 6 categories... medical secretary b kabilang sa 6 categories?... what would be your advice tutuloy b ako or wag n lang.. may mga bansa b n nag hihire ng may hepa b?.. pls help me nmn po.. tnx :???: :???: :???: :???:


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2011 12:47 pm 
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...according sa GAMCA lists of diseases that would make us unfit to work, one of them is Hepatitis B surface antifgen, HCV reactive - as infectious category... kapag pumasok sa listahan 'yung finding sa 'yo, definitely "unfit" ang magiging resulta ng exam mo...

...I'm not sure about doon sa sinasabi mong "category", but as far as I know, applicable 'yung GAMCA medical criteria sa lahat ng foreign workers na magtatrabaho sa Saudi Arabia regardless of position...

...I'm not discouraging you but preparing you to have another option i.e. other than working abroad o doon sa mga countries na acceptable ‘yung case mo... ibig kong sabihin, you can still continue to apply pero huwag mong ibuhos ang lahat ng pangarap mo sa pag-aabroad... and at the same time, may mga cases or known person din ako na sa pagkakaalam nila ay may hepa sila pero pumasa sila sa medical exam... at mayroon naman na wala silang pagkaalam o natatandaang history ng hepa, pero lumabas sa exam... there is no harm in trying, except na gagastos ka nga lang, but that is life... you have to take risk to get what you want... samahan mo na din ng dasal...


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:27 pm 
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lindaSee wrote:
hi gud pm.. iam currently employed as a nursing aid in a well known hospital here in phil... I have a plan to work in saudi as a secretary in a hospital... I am already qualified for the said position at ready to have my P examination.. Iam afraid, because iam hepa b carrier baka di n nila ako i hired pag nakita nila sa medical ko ung result... pero may nabasa ako n may chance daw makapag work sa middle east ang may mga hepa basta d sila sa 6 categories... medical secretary b kabilang sa 6 categories?... what would be your advice tutuloy b ako or wag n lang.. may mga bansa b n nag hihire ng may hepa b?.. pls help me nmn po.. tnx :???: :???: :???: :???:


meron akong kasamahan dito sa ksa, fit sa medical sa Pinas, pag dating dito nag medical ulit which is required talaga. positive sya na may hepa. alam mo ang nangyari pinauwi sya ng Pinas, 2 months pa lang naman sya dito sa KSA, wala syang ginastos ang agency ang gumastos lahat lahat...


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:32 pm 
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tnx guys atleast alam ko n gagawin ko... ayoko kasing msayang ung pera oras at effort ko tas idedeport din pla ako.. alam ko sa middle east talaga mahigpit sila sa mga ganyan pero sa europe, usa at canada d nmn ganun kahigpit.... cguro hahanap n lang ako ng ibang country kung saan ako pwede.. tnx guys =)


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:55 pm 
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No deportation for expats with hepatitis
Expatriates affected with the disease will now be treated
•By Mahmood Saberi Senior Reporter
•Published: 00:00 August 20, 2010
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Dubai: New expatriate workers who are found to have Hepatitis B when they undergo their medical test will not be deported but will be given treatment, according to the Ministry of Health.
Resident expatriates will not be asked to undergo the test for Hepatitis B, while tests for Hepatitis C will no longer be needed under the new rules.
Those already in the UAE also will not have to undergo tests for TB. New arrivals will be tested only for pulmonary TB and those having the disease will not be granted a residence visa.
Dr Mahmoud Fikri, executive director of health policies, told the media that the new rules are to protect both the people and the society and make UAE a disease-free place to live.
Check-up changes
Earlier, Dr Hanif Hassan, Minister of Health, said the changes in the medical checkup system for expatriates will cover any gaps in the system, specially with the growing number of foreign workers coming into the country.
He said the ministry plans to increase the number of medical centres if needed.
Those tested positive for Hepatitis B will have to take three doses of vaccinations and show proof that they have taken them. Workers have to show the vaccination certificate at the time of renewal of the visa. The first dose of vaccination will cost Dh 50 and the two others are free of charge, the minister said.
The category of workers, which include nannies, housemaids, nursery and KG supervisors, beauticians and barbers, health club workers, and food handlers, will have to undergo tests for Hepatitis B and also for syphilis. Treatment will given for syphilis, Dr Fikri said and the person will not be deported.
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Women workers, specially maids, nannies and drivers, will be asked to undergo a pregnancy test.
In case the test is found positive, it is left to the sponsor to either allow her to work or send her back home.
All expatriates coming to the UAE for work, studying or residence have to undergo medical tests.
Tests for Aids, or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, is still mandatory for new arrivals or resident expatriates at the time of renewal of the resident visa.


eto po ung bagong law n nabasa ko po..


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 9:27 am 
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hi im new in this forum i have plan to work in uae but i'm hepa b healthy carrier is this possible please i need your advise thanks


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:03 am 
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:eek: nakakatakot naman at ang dami atang may hepa...anyway sa lahat ng readers magpahepa-b vaccine napo kayo...investment niyo na for your health. 3x shot yon once for 3mos. then booster na after 5 years...as for me dapat ako umulit ulit kasi hindi ako nakapag-booster on time..hays...


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:12 am 
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ira wrote:
:eek: nakakatakot naman at ang dami atang may hepa...anyway sa lahat ng readers magpahepa-b vaccine napo kayo...investment niyo na for your health. 3x shot yon once for 3mos. then booster na after 5 years...as for me dapat ako umulit ulit kasi hindi ako nakapag-booster on time..hays...


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