Alastair Clyde Portillano

  • Registered Nurse
  • Victoria, Australia
  • Apr 24, 2017
Permanent Full Time Registered Nurse

Personal Summary

I am a registered nurse coming from the Philippines and have a total of 6 years and 2 months clinical experience acting as a senior charge nurse in the Emergency Care, Neurocritical Care, Surgical Intensive Care, and Acute Stroke Unit, which includes my experience as a nurse volunteer. The clinical exposure that I obtained helped me to possess a clinical eye, confidence and competence to work as a nurse in order to provide safe and high quality care to my patients.

I am currently undergoing the Initial Registration for Overseas Nurses (IRON) programme at the Mount Beauty Hospital Acute ward which will conclude on May 18, 2017. Afterwards, I will also be processing my AHPRA registration.

My current visa subclass is 600, which indicates multiple entries. In order for me to work in Australia, I would require a full time job and possibly a sponsorship for a working visa. I would be forever grateful and in debt, if you consider me for a job vacancy. If you require any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I am more than willing to undergo a national police check prior to employment if required.

Work Experience

Volunteer Nurse
Mar 2016 - Jan 2017 San Pablo City General Hospital

San Pablo City General Hospital is a level 1 private hospital situated at San Pablo city, Laguna town proper. Currently, it operates 32-bed capacity and is under transition to become a secondary hospital. The institution has operating theatre, delivery room, emergency room, isolation room, outpatient clinics, and acute ward with separate rooms for medical-surgical cases, OB-Gyne, and pediatric/nursery cases. The Emergency Room is not yet departmentalized so we handle patients, all at the same time, from different categories ranging from trauma, medico-legal, pediatrics, surgical, medical, ob-gyne and critical care.

Staff Nurse
Apr 2009 - Aug 2014 Saint Luke’s Medical Center

Saint Luke’s Medical Center is the foremost and most admired hospital in the Philippines and an acknowledged leader in Asia. It is a 650-bed tertiary hospital that has been accredited by the Joint Commission International since 2003 and has a Clinical Care Program Certification for Primary Stroke since 2004. It also has ten (10) Institutes, eight (8) Departments and twenty-three (23) Centers. These centers of excellence bring to the Philippines the latest medical advances and treatment modalities. The Emergency Care Department is a 40 bed- capacity department that caters to medical, surgical and toxicologic emergencies in adults and in children 24 hours a day. There is also a triage area, adult and pedia acute area, trauma area and critical care beds. Ambulance services are also provided by the said department and are manned by the ED nurses.

I worked as a charge nurse of the ED, Neurocritical care and Surgical Intensive care units. In addition, majority of my working experience had been done in the Emergency Care.  In conjunction to this, I have also acted as an ambulance nurse for the said department.


Initial Registration for Overseas Nurses (IRON) program
Feb 2017 - May 2007 Lonsdale Institute
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Jun 2003 - Mar 2007 University of Santo Tomas



Total Years of Experience