LCP Hiring: Job Openings until June 26, 2022

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The Lung Center of the Philippines (LCP) (Filipino: Ospital ng Pilipinas sa may sakit sa Baga) is a government tertiary hospital specializing in the cure and prevention of lung and other chest diseases, located on Central, Quezon City, Philippines. The center receives budgetary support for its operations from the national government. It was constructed on public land donated by the National Housing Authority.

The Lung Center of the Philippines is regionally competetive, locally responsive premier institution for lung and other chest diseases, providing quality healthcare through excellent service, training and research. Interestingly, LCP has vacancies available until June 26, 2022.

  • Nurse III (SG17/Php 41, 508)
  • Two (2) Nurse II (SG16/Php 38,150)
  • Two (2) Nurse I (SG15/Php 35,097)
  • Two (2) Nursing Attendant II (SG6/Php 16,877)
  • Medical Specialist IV (2 Part-time) (SG25/Php 50,394/Part-time)
  • Information Technology Officer III (SG24/Php 88,410)
  • Medical Specialist II (1 Part-time) (SG23/Php 39,227)
  • Three (3) Medical Officer III (SG21/Php 62,449)
  • Administrative Officer II (SG15/Php 35,097)
  • Respiratory Therapist II (SG14/Php 32,321)
  • Physical Therapist I (SG11/Php 25,439)
  • Administrative Assistant II (SG8/Php 18,998)
  • Administrative Aide VI (SG6/Php 16,877)

Please check the PDF below for the Plantilla Item No. of each vacancy, you can also view the Qualification Standards and Place of Assignments in the attachment as follows:

Documentary Requirements

Interested and qualified applicants should signify their interest in writing. Attach the following documents to the application letter and send to the address below not later than June 26, 2022.

  • Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017)
  • Performance rating in the last rating period (if applicable);
  • Photocopy of certificate of eligibility/rating/license; and
  • Photocopy of Transcript of Records.

How to Apply

QUALIFIED APPLICANTS are advised to hand in or send through courier/email their application to:

Executive Director
Quezon Avenue, Quezon City


History of LCP

The LCP was established on January 16, 1981, by President Ferdinand Marcos under Presidential Decree No. 1823 as a non-profit non-stock corporation. The building is identified with what is referred to as the Marcoses' "edifice complex," defined by architect Gerard Lico as "an obsession and compulsion to build edifices as a hallmark of greatness."

The Lung Center was placed under the administration of the Ministry of Health (now Department of Health) by President Corazon Aquino on July 29, 1986, under Executive Order No. 34. The purpose of its creation was to provide health care that specifically targets lung and pulmonary disease.

A fire on May 16, 1998, destroyed much of the LCP's build and equipment. The fire, which started on 2:20 a.m., claimed 11 lives with nine more missing. Calixto Zaldivar, the director of the Lung Center of the Philippines, was indicted on October 19, 1999, for criminal negligence. He was accused of ignoring advice from fire inspectors to install safety equipment at the Lung Center.

The Lung Center of the Philippines was reopened on March 1, 1999, and a new LCP building partly funded by its fire insurance began construction.

The Lung Center runs one of three monitoring stations run under an air quality monitoring project in Metro Manila.
Source: Lung Center of the Philippines