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Filipino Nurses Salary Grade

Published: June 6, 2022. Last updated: August 4, 2022

Written by: Alyssa Divina | Reviewed by: Rafael Hular

Key takeaways:

  • Nurses are important in the Philippines health care system.
  • They get competitive salaries but not all.
  • Digido is here as a solution for short-term emergencies.
  • Nurses can apply for Digido loans 24/7.

Nurses in the Philippines are important pillars of the country’s healthcare system. They are frontliners in every sense of the word: they are the first to give aid and care for the sick and injured. Along with other healthcare workers, they work tirelessly round the clock to keep Filipinos healthy and make sure our healthcare system does not fail.

It is only right that Filipino nurses are given ample salaries for their hard work. “Magkano nga ba ang sahod ng nurse sa Pilipinas?”

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Nursing jobs in the Philippines

Nurses in the Philippines can work in public and private health facilities. They can also be hired by schools, companies, NGOs, . They are required to put in a certain number of hours in their workplaces. They have to abide by the Hippocratic Oath as well as regulations set by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the facilities they are working in.

Filipino nurses can also be hired for medical tourism, long-term health care, day cares, HMOs, medical transcription, and other jobs.

Nursing salaries in the Philippines are notoriously low. It is not uncommon for nurses to be overworked and underpaid. Public hospitals pay nurses higher than private hospitals. Government nurses have average salaries of Php 13,500 monthly while private sector salaries are Php 10,000/month on average.

Entry-level registered nurse salaries are Php 8,000-13,000 per month, according to the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

Even if the base pay is low, nurses can get salary hikes through career advancement. They can go through training, advanced nursing, or do research and find jobs abroad.

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Salary grade for nurses 2022

“How much is the salary of nurses in the Philippines?”

Nurse salary in the Philippines depends on what kind of sector you are in. If you are in public health facilities, your pay will follow the salary grade from the government. If you are in private, your employer will set it for you. You can find more about the CPCS salary table and GOCC salary increase for 2022 online.

On average, a registered nurse salary in the Philippines is Php 35,000 per month in 2022. Starting nurses have lower salaries but usually receive increases as they gain promotion and experience.

Position  Salary grade Amount 
Nurse I SG 15 Php 35,097
Nurse II SG 16 Php 38,150
Nurse III SG 17 Php 41,608
Nurse IV SG 19 Php 49,835
Nurse V SG 20 Php 55,799
Nurse VI SG 22 Php 69,963
Nurse VII SG 24 Php 88,410

 

As you can see from the table above, a Nurse 1 salary for 2022 is Php 35,097 per month which is salary grade 15. A Nurse 2 salary is Php 38,150 and a Nurse 3 salary is Php 41,608.

Private nurse salaries in the Philippines have average salaries of Php 39,318/month. Midwife salaries are usually Php 15,227 per month, while military nurse salaries are Php 51,679.

Nurse basic requirements

First of all, nurses are required to have a four-year bachelor’s degree in nursing from an accredited institution in the Philippines. Some institutions which offer a nursing degree include Far Eastern University, Centro Escolar University, University of San Carlos, St. Louis University, and University of Santo Tomas.

Once they have completed their degree, they have to take the nursing licensure exam (NLE) administered by the PRC twice a year. The NLE consists of five subjects and covers basic skills and knowledge in major healthcare areas. Aspiring nurses must get a general average rating of at least 75% with no rating below 60% in any of the subjects in order to pass.

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Nurse tasks and skills

Filipino nurses, whether working for the government or private hospitals, have the following tasks and skills that they are supposed to fulfill.

According to the DOLE, Filipino nurses have these tasks:

  • Give professional nursing care and treatment either as curative or preventive measures, to ill, injured, disabled and other patients, and newborn babies and their mothers
  • Supervise and coordinate nursing work and other non-medical staff in operation
  • Administer medicine and drugs, apply surgical dressings and other forms of treatment
  • Maintain accurate reports and records
  • Participate in physical and psychological treatment of mentally-ill patients
  • Give professional nursing care to patients staying in their homes
  • Provide professional nursing services within a community or at a work-place
  • May specialize in community services to industrial and other organizations and engage in research activities

Now that we’ve outlined the general tasks that nurses have to perform, it’s time to show the skills that nurses are supposed to have.

These are the skills of nurses, again according to DOLE:

  • Convey information effectively
  • Excellent reading comprehension;
  • Use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems
  • Analytical skills
  • Clearly communicate information and ideas in speaking and in writing
  • Problem sensitivity

Filipino nurses also have these general attributes and characteristics:

  • Service oriented
  • Compassionate and understanding
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Ability to see details at close range.

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Nursing salary FAQ

How much is the average salary of nurses in the Philippines?

The average salary of nurses in the Philippines is around Php 408,000 per year.

Where can I get quality nursing education in the Philippines?

You can get quality nursing education in the country through accredited colleges and universities. Some of these institutions are Far Eastern University, University of San Carlos, and University of Santo Tomas.

Can training help me get a higher salary as a nurse?

Yes, having extra training and research can help you gain promotion or higher salary as a nurse. They can also pursue higher levels of education like a master’s degree.

How can public nurses receive higher wages?

Public sector nurses can receive higher wages through the Salary Standardization Law. Every year the government implements SSL tranches which provides government workers with salary hikes, depending on the salary grade.

What are the typical working hours of nurses?

Nurses in the Philippines typically work eight to 12 hour shifts per week, but it’s not uncommon for nurses to work longer hours. This problem was exacerbated by the pandemic as the healthcare sector could not cope with the high number of COVID-19 patients, forcing frontliners to work even longer hours.

Are there opportunities for Filipino nurses abroad?

Yes, there are lots of opportunities for Filipino nurses abroad as they are considered high demand. Filipino nurses working abroad get higher salaries compared to their peers working locally. Countries where Filipino nurses are on demand and can migrate include the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, the Middle East, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, and others.

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Can I get a nurse salary loan in Digido?

Filipino nurses work tirelessly to give us quality healthcare services and care for us when we’re sick or injured. Unfortunately, they tend to be overworked and underpaid, and their salaries nowadays can barely cover daily expenses or compensate them for their efforts.

Even taking into account salary hikes and government benefits, we understand that there will come a time when a nurse will need additional money or credit. Salaries can get delayed or too small to pay for daily expenses, especially as costs of living continue to skyrocket. Or it’s the middle of the month and a nurse’s salary has already dried up.

A loan can help a nurse who is planning to buy a house yet has a very low salary. Or if it’s a nurse who’s only starting on the job with a monthly salary that is not enough to buy food, pay rent and cover daily expenses. Whatever the reason, a salary loan provides Filipino nurses with extra funds in times of need.

Unfortunately, Digido does not have a salary loan specifically for nurses. But nurses can still apply for Digido 24/7 personal loans! All they have to do is install the Digido app on their smartphone and they can apply for that extra credit within five minutes! No need for long processes, lots of paperwork and even longer lines in the bank!

Using Digido, nurses can borrow a minimum of Php 1,000 with a maximum of Php 25,000 for repeat borrowers! They can apply any time of the day, seven days a week.

Nurses can use Digido loans can be used for:

  • House rent and repair
  • Food and transportation
  • Medical expenses
  • School expenses
  • Gadget repairs
  • Vacations
  • Utilities like water, electricity and internet

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Conclusion

Nurses are important in the Philippines health care system. They assist doctors and health specialists in taking care of sick members of society. It is only appropriate that they get competitive salaries.

However, not all nurses get competitive wages. That’s why Digido is here as a solution for short-term emergencies. Nurses can apply for Digido loans 24/7 without leaving the home.

Just install the Digido app, fill out the application form, attach valid ID and proof of income, and you can get your extra credit in less than five minutes!

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Written by: Alyssa Divina

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Alyssa Divina pens blog articles about a wide range of topics, such as money matters and government transactions in the Philippines. Prior to joining Digido Finance Corp., she served as a journalist for Charlton Media Group, a business news magazine, for two years. She holds a degree in Journalism from the University of the Philippines Diliman.

Reviewed by: Rafael Hular

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Rafael “Raffy” L. Hular is, the Finance and Accounting Manager. of Digido Finance Corp., monitoring and controlling the flow of cash that comes in and out of the company to meet the company’s business needs, preparing the financial reports and analysis of income and expenses, and monitoring tax compliance.  Raffy loves reading Japanese comics called manga and watching Japanese animated cartoon series. He dreams of establishing his own Accounting and Auditing Firm and teaching in a University.