Acompañados de médicos y enfermeros inmigrantes que estudian para reinsertarse laboralmente en Estados Unidos, Solidaridad Sin Fronteras (SSF) celebró el viernes, en su sede de Hialeah, el décimo aniversario de su fundación.
El presidente ejecutivo de SSF, Julio César Alfonso, dijo que la organización mantiene firme su compromiso de promover la mejora de la salud comunitaria y el desarrollo profesional de miles de médicos cubanos y de otros países de Latinoamérica que inmigraron a Estados Unidos pero que actualmente trabajan en labores ajenas al campo de la salud.
El pasado 5 de Noviembre, 2013 fue celebrado la conferencia de la “Campaña Estratégica Obamacare”, la cual desarrollara una serie de eventos y actividades para asistir a esta iniciativa del gobierno federal con la necesaria incorporación de profesionales de la salud graduados en otros países al Sistema de Salud de Estados Unidos; en días próximos se realizaran otras conferencias y talleres de trabajo como parte de la organización de la campaña, las cuales se les informara con antelación.
Los interesados en participar en esta campaña deben de registrarse en nuestras oficinas antes del 15 de Noviembre de 2013.
On Thursday July 18, 2013, was held with great success the first Fair Employment and Solidaridad Sin Fronteras, Inc. (SSF) for the year 2013, as part of a set of activities that the organization will be doing during all the year with the main objective to broaden the horizons of our partners work.
It was attended by 8 networks of employment agencies in the area of health, among which includes patient care agencies (Home Health Care), clinics and other health providers companies, among which includes international. The event was held with great enthusiasm by employers and participants.
SSF plans to make at least two more events of this type in the remainder of the year, more and more participation of employment agencies, also completion of other events to provide more employment opportunities to members of SSF in the field of health.
The SSF Team devotes all its efforts to increase employment opportunities for overcoming all of our partners in this 2013.
Last Wednesday April 3, 2013 was held the first graduation ceremony for the 2013 promotion Training Program and Certification Surgery Assistants SSF-ABSA that develops in SSF facilities for 14 months now ease of performing the tests in our own facilities.
The ceremony began at 6:00 PM at the headquarters of SSF and attended by 39 students and other 2 SSF other schools for a total of 41 graduates. During the emotional event were given certificates attesting to such students as assistants Surgery (Surgical Assistants) hand of Dr. Paul Weeks President and founder of the American Board of Surgical Assistant (ABSA). Dr. Weeks feature high grades of SSF students who exceeded the national average by ABSA held so far: "in this promotion SSF 10 students scored above 90%, while in the last two years only 9 students have obtained this score nationally, "according to Weeks.
Training Program and Certification Surgery Assistants SSF-ABSA, opens new horizons of employment within the medical industry to U.S. health professionals who come from other countries and which can benefit doctors, nurses and dentists. SSF is worth noting that the only statement that has a complete training program certified by ABSA throughout the national territory and so stated on the website of ABSA, in his link: [ CLICK HERE ].
The graduation event was covered by several media outlets among which the article published on the front page of "El Nuevo Herald" Thursday April 4, 2013 and which can be read at: [ CLICK HERE ]
Solidarity Without Borders (SSF) and the American Board of Surgical Assistant (ABSA), have agreed to different projects together and both institutions are working on new programs that benefit all international professionals, of which they are informed in future newsletters.
Anyone interested in participating in this program should call: 305-884-4110
Solidaridad Sin Fronteras (SSF) is pleased to inform you that our organization has been approved by AMIDEAST (agency that administers the TOEIC exams) based in Washington DC for training courses and TOEIC exams at our facility.
This program has the latest training techniques and will provide the necessary tools for health professionals graduates in other countries get the score required to continue their professional certification in USA. Program participants also have the advantage of taking the exam in our facilities with the convenience of schedule in the best available date for them.
The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC), which measures comprehension levels and English proficiency for graduates in countries that do not have this as a primary language, can continue their professional performance in USA.
Solidaridad sin Fronteras, Inc. offers a special training program with study material and question bank sent directly by the American Board of Surgical Assistants (ABSA), which gives the students the tools necessary to pass the exam and become certified ABSA as assistant surgeon in the United States.
The program runs for six weeks with six hours of training each week.
Students who attend the training program SSF not have to submit TOEFL or TOEIC exam, required to be certified by ABSA. You can join this program all health professionals graduate d in other countries, having a curriculum with some surgical experience, such as physicians, nurses, dentists and some health technicians.