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The North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) is one of the leading Health Care institutions
with responsibility for the management of the Port-of-Spain General Hospital, St. James Medical
Complex, St. Ann's Hospital and 17 Health Centres throughout St. George West and St. George
Central. We are currently seeking to recruit suitably qualified and experienced persons for the follow-
ing position:PRIMARY CARE NURSE MANAGER
To plan, develop, implement and coordinate nursing activities within the primary health care
- Develops policies, procedures and standards of care that governs nursing services.
- Develops and implements processes to enhance clinic operations and practices for ongoing
- Defines and maintains the standards of nursing practice within the community.
- Ensures that accreditation standards of the Institution are maintained.
- Collaborates with nursing colleagues in ambulatory care to promote optimal utilization of
nursing resources among the various clinics.
- Collaborates in the development, implementation and expansion of learning opportunities and
skill development for nursing staff.
- Assists in planning, developing and implementing the department's budget.
- Represents the Department of Nursing at required meetings and delegates representation as
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS AND EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or an equivalent accreditation.
- Diploma in Health Visiting
- Training in Midwifery
- At least seven (7) years experience
- Registration with the Nursing Council of Trinidad and Tobago.
- Excellent Communication and Interpersonal Skills.
In all instances, consideration will be given to any equivalent combination
of qualifications, training and experience.
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS:FRIDAY 28TH AUGUST, 2015.
Applications should be addressed to:
GENERAL MANAGER -- NURSING
NORTH WEST REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
FIRST FLOOR, #39 DUNDONALD STREET
PORT OF SPAIN
E-mail to: email@example.com
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
NORTH WEST REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
Valencia is close to returning to the Cham-
pions League group stage after beating Monaco
3--1 in their first leg playoff on Wednesday.
Sofiane Feghouli led two-time former finalist
Valencia by setting up Rodrigo Moreno s opener
and scoring his Spanish team s third goal with
four minutes to play.
Monaco settled down and found its deserved
equaliser when Mario Pasalic netted in the 49th,
only for midfielder Dani Parejo to restore Valencia s
lead ten minutes later against the flow of play.
Feghouli drove in a strike in the 86th to give
Valencia a cushion for next Tuesday s second leg.
Valencia s new owner Peter Lim charged his
team with securing a return to Europe s top-tier
tournament this season. The team coached by
Nuno Espirito Santo is now 90 minutes away
from meeting its goal.
"We started strong, but it was normal that
after 15 to 20 minutes we couldn t keep up the
pace," Feghouli said. "But we controlled the match
and we should feel confident for the return leg."
In other playoffs, Shakhtar Donetsk beat Rapid
Vienna 1--0 thanks to Marlos goal for the visitors
just before halftime, positioning itself for reaching
the group stage for a sixth straight season.
Defender Yaroslav Rakitskiy set up Marlos in
the 44th, and he wrongfooted Rapid defender
Stephan Auer before beating goalkeeper Jan Novota
with a low diagonal shot.
Rapid pressed for an equaliser in the second
half but was often too wayward in its passing on
a soaking wet field because of rain.
Shakhtar hasn t missed out on the group stage
since 2010. Last season, it was beaten by Bayern
Munich in the round of 16.
Rapid is seeking its third appearance in the
group stage and first in ten years. The last Aus-
trian team to qualify was Austria Vienna two
Celtic edged Swedish side Malmo 3--2 after
squandering a two-goal lead and letting Jo Inge
Berget score twice, including a second goal late
in injury time for the visitors.
Dinamo Zabreg also got a stoppage-time goal
from Josip Pivaric to complete its 2--1 comeback
at Albania s Skenderbeu, while Maccabi Tel Aviv
earned a 2--2 draw at Basel.
Valencia, Shakhtar win 1st legs in CL playoffs
Madrid officially pre-
sented new midfielder
Mateo Kovacic to fans
at the Santiago Bern-
abeu stadium yesterday.
Perez said that although
the 21-year-old Kovacic
was young, he is expe-
rienced and possesses
Perez said Kovacic
was the fifth Croat to
join Madrid, where
countryman Luka Mod-
ric is a midfielder.
"We are sure that you
will help us be better and
that with your talent and
commitment you can
exceptional, the excite-
ment of being part of
the great history of Real
Madrid," Perez said.
Madrid for its support,
adding "Hala Madrid,"
before posing alongside
his parents, sister and
girlfriend with his No 16
"Madrid is the great-
est club in the world and
I hope I don t disap-
point," he said, adding
that although it was not
up to him to decide what
position to play, "where
I m most comfortable is
in the defensive mid-
Kovacic from Inter Milan
on Tuesday in a bid to
bolster its already tal-
ent-filled midfield, with
the Spanish league sea-
son about to start. (AP)
contender Chung Mong-joon
has accused football s govern-
ing body of trying to "misrep-
resent" charitable donations
he made to Pakistan and Haiti.
The South Korean lawmaker
yesterday hit back at reports that
his gifts in 2010 totalling
$900,000 could be under
scrutiny by investigators working
"If these reports are true, we
condemn this as a cynical and
unethical effort by Fifa to mis-
represent even charitable dona-
tions for political manipulation,"
Chung said in a statement issued
by his charitable foundation.
All Fifa contenders must pass
an integrity check by the ethics
committee to be accepted as
candidates in the February 26
Fifa s ethics committee does
not officially confirm ongoing
cases and a request for comment
was not immediately answered
On Monday, Chung launched
his Fifa election campaign with
strong criticism of outgoing
president Sepp Blatter, his long-
time former colleague on the
governing body s executive com-
Within two days, he has
joined election rival Michel Pla-
tini in questioning Fifa s impar-
UEFA confirmed on Sunday
that it asked Fifa to investigate
if a document sent to German
language media trying to dis-
credit Platini came from Fifa
Chung was Fifa s vice pres-
ident Asia five years ago when
he pledged $400,000 for foot-
ball projects in Pakistan after
floods there. The Asian Football
Confederation also gave
$250,000 to be overseen by
the Pakistan Football Federa-
However, the Asian body
wrote to the PFF that it sent Fifa
ethics investigators details about
unspent donations, according
to a letter dated June 17. (AP)
Chung slams Fifa ethics probe of charity money
MASON---Serena Williams pumped her fist after
each important point and screamed as she smacked
another emphatic shot. The defending Cincinnati
champion wasn t going to ease into the tournament.
Williams put a lot of emotion into her opening match
at the Western & Southern Open yesterday afternoon,
a 7-5, 6-3 victory over Tsvetana Pironkova.
Williams won the Cincinnati tournament for the first
time last year, getting one of the few titles that had
eluded her. This year, she s using it as a final tuneup
for the US Open, where she ll try to complete a Grand
She beat Pironkova in an hour and 29 minutes,
fighting off three break points in the first set. She broke
her to win that set, then broke her again for a 5--3 lead
in the second.
On the men s side, fourth-seeded Stan Wawrinka
rallied for a 3--6, 7--6 (3), 6--3 win over Borna Coric.
The French Open champion didn t take control until
he broke Coric s serve in the sixth game of the third
set and then held for a 5-2 lead. He will meet Ivo
Karlovic in the third round.
Twelfth-seeded Richard Gasquet advanced with a 7--6
(5), 6--2 win over qualifier Thanasi Kokkinakis. (AP)
Serena seals Cincinnati
opener in straight sets
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
I feel a warmth around me
like your presence is so near,
And I close my eyes to visualize
your face when you were here,...
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