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            The Lung Center of the Philippines, as the premier institution that caters to chest and lung diseases, is the first institution to set up their Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship program. The section's goal is to teach interventional pulmonary medicine through extensive hands on training. Upon graduation, fellows will be trained to provide common procedures offered by interventional pulmonologists.

            a. Requirements for admission:

                        The program will accept applicants to either a 3-year combined Basic Pulmonary Medicine-Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship Training Program, or a 1-year Interventional Pulmonary Fellowship Training Program. Applicants to a 3-year combined program must be at least a diplomate in Internal Medicine. Applicants to the 1-year program must be a diplomate in Pulmonary Medicine.

                        All applicants must submit the following:

                       1. Letter of application addressed to the Department Manager
                           of the Department of  Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep
                           Medicine through the Section Head of the Bronchoscopy Unit:
                               

                                    VIRGINIA DE LOS REYES, M.D.
                                    Department Manager Ill
                                    Department of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
                                    Lung Center of the Philippines

                                    THRU: JOVEN ROQUE V. GONONG, M.D.
                                    Head, Section of Interventional Pulmonology and Bronchology
                                    Lung Center of the Philippines

                2. Three (3) letters of recommendation from the list
                     of references: One letter of recommendation must come from 
                     the past or current head of the Department or 
training officer
                     of the program where the applicant completed his/her
                     
training.
                3. Curriculum vitae with two (2) recent 2x2 photographs
                4. Certified true photocopy of transcript of records from
                    
the medical school
                 5. Photocopy of PRC and medical board rating
                 6. Photocopy of updated PRC ID (front and back)
                 7. Photocopy of appropriate specialty and subspecialty
                    
board certificates.
                 8. Complete LCP data form (from HRD)

                        The applicant may be required to undergo an assessment examination and a panel interview during the screening procedure.

For more information and inquiries regarding the Interventional Pulmonology and Bronchology Section, you can contact us at:

LCP Direct line: (02) 8924-6101 local 2017/2018.

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The Lung Center of the Philippines (LCP) was established through Presidential Decree No. 1823 on January 16, 1981 to provide the Filipino people state-of-the-art specialized care for lung and other chest diseases. 

 

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