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Shared Mission, Shared Governance, Shared Resources

The Nursing Office.Com is your very own. Please join us in all our initiatives and efforts to promote nurses, serve nurses, take care of nurses and communities. If we will not do these, who will? This office is about us, by us, and for us. Please come in. We speak the same language of caring, we speak the nursing language. Welcome home.

Sustainability, Upcoming Projects on Film Festival, Economic Development and Housing Projects, NEXT Agenda, please....

VISION 2030 CURRENT AGENDA: "Living the Science: Letting creativity flow"

Let us make the most of our time; our goal is to keep our focus on the things that matter and guided by the highest priority. I may not be able to give you a daily Agenda, but we must be ready for anything that comes. We will not stress out by the amount of work to be done but the quality of decisions we make, our programs, our services and all of the things that we are. We maintain a "method in our madness". We are not a typical 9-5 operation. We own this enterprise, we have a Mission. We are always OPEN. 


Coronavirus & The Nursing Office: Preparing for a Virtual Work Setting

Strategies make it easier to promote productivity in a stressful environment:

Instill a sense of purpose

Our team has always been mission-driven and goal oriented that enables our success.

Open lines of communication

Modern technology offers various ways to keep in touch. We will figure out and design our virtual office which will work best for us on a continuous around the clock ability to come in and leave open communication.

Provide individual attention

Help the team to stay on task and feel more confident about their performance by offering regular feedback through alternative means, phones, text messages, emails.

(Tools such as BasecampGoogle HangoutsSlack and Zoom allow virtual workers to ask questions and talk casually in a way similar to tapping someone on the shoulder in the office.) MDS 3/16/2020


To manage your remote staff more effectively, consider the following suggestions:

1. Clearly define expected results. Specific expectations regarding deliverables, deadlines, and collaboration must be clearly communicated.  With fewer opportunities for regular communication, people may inadvertently take actions which were not what you had in mind.  And unless specifically directed to do so, they may neglect to appropriately involve remote coworkers.

2. Communicate, communicate, communicate. We naturally pay more attention to people in our immediate vicinity, so managers must make a special effort to stay in touch with remote team members. Send regular update emails and solicit questions from employees.  Set aside specific times for one-on-one sessions and keep a list of topics to discuss.  Encourage your team to do the same.

3. Invest time in meeting new hires. Try to have an in-person meeting with new employees, even if it requires a lengthy trip.  A single face-to-face discussion can make a huge difference in helping the employee feel more connected.  If circumstances make traveling impossible, schedule time for online get-acquainted conversations. 

4. Know when to talk instead of write. One of the greatest potential pitfalls for virtual relationships is the overuse of written communication. Email is a terrific tool, but it can also create misunderstandings and conflicts.  If a topic is sensitive, complicated, or potentially contentious, have an in-person discussion or pick up the phone.

5. Learn to manage virtual meetings. Provide your team with appropriate online meeting tools and ensure that everyone can use them effectively – and be sure to master them yourself!  If some employees are physically with you during these discussions, be sure that remote team members have equal opportunities to participate.

6. Do not procrastinate. For remote employees, waiting for their manager to provide information or make a decision can be extremely frustrating. Since they aren't going to run into you in the hall, their only choice is to wait it out or send nagging emails, which they may be reluctant to do.  So be sure to follow through and follow up!

7. Understand cultural differences. If you are managing people from different countries, take time to learn about work expectations and practices in their culture. These patterns may differ from your own in unexpected ways, which could lead to serious misunderstandings, especially when you are in different locations.

8. Stay on your boss's radar. Remember the old saying "out of sight, out of mind”?  If you are working remotely yourself, take the initiative to stay in touch with your manager by scheduling progress updates and feedback sessions. Otherwise, you may miss out on important information needed by your team. 

9. Make smart hiring decisions. If telecommuting is a permanent job requirement, remember that not everyone is suited for remote work. Studies have found that telecommuting success requires the following traits: excellent communication skills, good time management, comfort with autonomy, and responsiveness to direction. So include those abilities in your interview plan and hire accordingly.

~ From Business Management Daily

House Rules

  • Mission & Goal Focused
  • Commitment to Privacy
  • Professional Team Approach
  • Project Oriented
  • Stress Free, Excitement & Fun
  • Flexibility

Office Management: Project & Program Management 

As the size and complexity of our work grows, we need project management skills to keep things under control. Approaching a complex task from a project management perspective will bring a level of clarity and organization to it that we otherwise may not have. This can greatly improve the quality of our work, while also reducing stress levels by ensuring we’re able to keep track of all the complex moving parts of a project.


When starting a new project, determining if it needs a project management approach can help us ensure our ability to handle its twists, turns, and complexities. Project management involves looking over the scope of a project and breaking it out into multiple smaller parts. Doing so allows us to think through the steps involved and have a good plan from the start. This lets you consider problems that might arise in advance, and estimate accurate timelines, budgets, and much more.

How do we get it done? Productivity tips:

  • Keep the Agenda
  • Keep positive energy, agree to disagree and disagree to agree
  • Courteous, respect and kindness
  • No egos allowed
  • Manage Time
  • Encourage Creativity
  • Organize
  • Prioritize & Plan Ahead
  • Delegate


Our Bulletin Board

Our Virtual Office


Four Dragon Global Network Empirical Domains to Programs, Services and Sustainability. Soar with the Dragons!


  • Professional Business Ethics
  • The Ethics of Money


Business Development

Event Planning

Services for Non-Profits/Sustainability of Non-Profits


I  The NOTCH (The Nursing Office Technical Cybernetics in Healthcare)

  •      USMedicare Philippines
  •      Nurse Driven Healthcare Solutions: Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare

II Access Healthcare Asia (AHA)

III Gentle Hammers (Nurse Driven Housing Solutions)

  • Legal, Financial Stucture, Bylaws 
  • 52 Georgian Ct (Title, Incorporate,Insurance*, Plan, Clean Up, Sales )
  •  Real Estates & Acquisitions

IV RNFinancials (Estates Planning & Sustainability) 

  • Financial Literacy

V The Nursing Office Community Center & Philippine Community Center                  Services for Aging

  • Office Management ( Home Living, Office Sharing, Book Keeping, Year-End Reports)
  • The Nursing Office Foundation (non-profit 501 C-3 app)
  • PCCSA (NPC App 501 C-3, Board Member Drive, Database for CC)
  • Mano Po Journal Publication & Marketing
  • Senior Care Services
  • Homecare & CDPAP  
  • CA(Recording/Bookkeeping)
  • Will & Testament, Trusts
  • WOMB Program (Women Owned and Minority Business)

VI  Four Dragon Global Network Marketing & Public Relations For: 

VII Nursing Ministry & Chaplaincy

  • Divine Child Foundation BP (501 c3)
  • Missionaries of Charity, NYC

VIII Nursing Arts & Science

  • Dragon Gallery 
  • CAMP (Community Approach to Mental Health Program)
  • A Salute to the Philippines as a Nurse Nation Providing Nurses for the International Community
  • The Living Science of Nursing

IX  Entertainment & Events

  • Founder's Day (Sept 2019)
  • BOSS (Oct. 23/24, 2019)
  • 31 Salutes to Nursing (Oct 25, 2019)
  • Junior Seniors Prom 2018/ 2019
  • Cross & Sword Play (Oct, 2018, January 2020)
  • God Made, Man Made(2021)

X  Las Islas Filipinas & Purple Pillars Production

  • Philippine Independence Day Parade (PIDCI)
  • Zarzuela, Tertulia    


"I DEFY RULES with reason: Creativity is my Game; Flexibility is the keyword;

I am Fully Aware of what's Now, I am not Scared of the Future; 

No FEAR I have,"Carpe Diem", A Metanoia in action, A "Method in my Madness"

I am who I am,"

Myrna D. Santos, RN

Chief Nurse, The Nursing Office

Chief Executive Officer, Four Dragon Global Network, Inc.


WELCOME to NYC Corporate Office at 75 Maiden Lane, NYC.

In lieu of the COVID 19 Pandemic, we are online for members only until further notice:

Strategic Planning 2020-2030

  • Strengthen organizational structure
  • Strengthen corporate structure
  • Home Living  (Concept & Program)*
  • Corporate Setting- NPC*
  • Beyond TNO Community Center: York, Queens Community College)
  • Maximize use of Space/ Community Center
  • Electronic Approach in addition to Hard Copies of Journals & Publications
  • Sustainability & Moving On/Organize Fund Raising Team
  • Strengthen collaboration/Diabetes Health & Wellness and other NPC
  • Organize Marketing & Advertising Panel (FDGN Martketing)
  • EVENT Production
  • Internet Based Social Media Marketing
  • Extend Board Membership at large/virtually 3 D
  • Design the Platform
  • Extend Network & Affiliations


2018 EVENTS/Milestones/Activities

  • PIDCI Parade (June 3,2018)
  • Collaborated with USMedicarePh
  • CAMP Launching
  • Sandiwaan Learning Center
  • Junior Seniors Prom 2018 (LIC, 10-13-18)
  • The Coming of the Cross and the Sword (12/16/2018)
  • The Nurse is IN/Operation BP (Monthly Community Outreach: Operation BP)
  • Launching PCCSA's Mano Po
  • Nurse Mobile/Transport Services 
  • The NOTCH 
  • Gentle Hammers incorporated
  • Founders Day at Portofino Sept.12,2018
  • Drifters
  • AARP Pre-Summit (International) 9-20-18



  • Health Fair at Sheraton (Queens Fest)
  • Nurses Show Live
  • Living the Science
  • Nurse Nation
  • The Colors of Autism 
  • Classes/Arts as TNO Programs
  • People's Cafe (Intercultural/Intergenerational Outreach)
  • Networking Groups
  • Francis & Nilda Jaynal
  • Fr. Ben Beltran
  • TCI LPN Training
  • The Nurse is IN Harlem (Community Mental Health)
  • HTS/ The Colors of Autism
  • Northwell Project
  • HC Giving Training
  • Special Projects Director


Shared Mission

  • Diabetes Health and Wellness Academy....Sabrina Gardner
  • PCCSA (Services for the Aging Immigrants)....Consuelo Almonte
  • MOTHER (Mission of the Holy Eucharist) Lady of Vailankanni..Chad Gatchalian
  • Divine Child Foundation


Economic & Cultural Initiatives

  • Cultural Pizza May 15, 2016
  • Programs for Small Businesses/Women Owned and Minority Business (WOMB)
  • Business & Sustainability 

Health Initiatives: Research for Evidenced Based/Living the Science

The Theory of SELF Care in the Community

The Community Approach To Health

   Home Care Giving Training

   Community Approach to Mental Health Program (CAMP)

   Community Health Workers   

   Services for Aging Immigrants

   AKA Wellness Circle   

   Breaking Through Autism:One Autistic Becomes Big Brother(Buddy Coaching System)

   Home Care

   AIDS Initiatives 

   The New Paradigm: The Culture of Health


Network Building( Collaborate with Faith-based Communities)

  • AllPro/ Continental Home Care
  • CHW
  • DHWA
  • AARP
  • TCI
  • Dragon Talk
  • MedicarePH
  • Toburan (Irvi Sulit)
  • Filipino School of NY-NJ
  • Fil-Am Who's Who
  • Joy Theriot & UN
  • Film Festival
  • Mayi

Extended Arts Events

  • Building Bridges for Fil-Am Artists
  • Dragon Gallery New York Exhibits
  • Music Recording Studio

Purple Pillars Production

  • The Coming of the Cross and the Sword
  • Rajah Humabon and His Forty Wives
  • People's Theater: ICS/ Jamaica, NY

Civic Initiatives (Dream America)

  • Voters Registration
  • The New Immigrants Orientation Program


Taking Care of Nurses, Taking Care of Communities

From Ludy's Desk: A Dream Delivered

Ludy's Dream: To live where I work, To work where I live"
  • Home Living Management Daily 
  • Center/ Office Management Daily
  • Special Cases & Clients
  • Corporate Issues
  • Forever Living Products Orders (end of the month)
  • Book Keeping Systems


This Month : IN and OUT of the Office (2018)

Celebrating International Women's Month

2017 in Pictures

PCCSA with SuperStars of "LOLA LAND" (Sheraton Hotel, Flushing,NY, 11.17.17)
Celebrating Paul Dantes' Entrepreneurs Awards (3/19/17)
Business Wednesday with Paul Dantes (3/15/17)
Corporate Meeting Sunday with TNO New York 2.19.17
The Nurse is IN with Forever Living Entrepreneurship NYC (02/02/2017)
The Nursing Office and Queens Library offering Immigration Workshop (01/2017)

2016 in Pictures

Christmas Party at RehabWorld with Forever Living 12.23.2016
The Devil in our midst: Dragon Gallery Presents Bienvenido Banez" Satanic Desire 11.10.16
Unveiling the Dragon Gallery New York 9.30.16
Networking with US Medicare PH, Rehab World (8/27/2016)
Happy Hour at Toburan Wholistic Health Initiatives, Long Beach, NYC (8-8-2016)
Front Row at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church Celebration of Santo Nino Museum Linden, NJ (4/24/2016)
Collaborating with Casey and Aaron from Assemblyman Weprin's Office (3-9-16)
A Round Table Meeting with APICHA 1/27/16
Opening Meeting for AKA Wellness Circle, 1-8-16

2015 in Pictures

Celebrating with Community Partner, Sabrina Gardner, Director of Diabetes Health and Wellness Academy recipient of Community Service Awards from Darby Foundation.(Nov 14, 2015)
Agenda: The Library & Museum of Philippine American Arts & Culture (8-31-2015)
Las Islas Filipinas Core Group Meeting, West Orange, NJ (6-8-15)
Santo Nino Fiesta with Consul General Mario de Leon (4-26-2015) Linden, NJ
NaFFAA Conference at NYU with Steve Raga, Dr. Rivera, Merit Salud, Jen Furer with NY Consul General Mario de Leon (2/8/15)

2014 in Pictures

Collaboration Meeting with PAGASA & MedicarePH (Dec 13,2014)
Simbang Gabi sa Konsulado (NYC, Dec.11,2014)
Warden Project at the Philippine Consulate (NYC Dec,07,2014)
At the Red Carpet PNA-NY Induction Ball with Cynthia Margalit, President and Majuve Sulse, PNA-NJ, (09/20/2014)
Procession of the Mary of Vailankanni (Lady of Good Health) Indian Parade, NYC, 08/17/2014
TNO Meeting (Rego Center, NY) (7/5/14)
PAGASA at UNIPRO's SUMMIT with Antonio Taguba (5/31/2014)
Meeting with PAGASA (Philippine American Group for Aging Seniors of America) May 13,2014
Health Care Forum at Flushing Meeting House with Dr. Martha livingston, (L) May 10, 2014
Promoting Pilipino American Group for Aging Seniors of America (PAGASA)
Launching the Community Health Delivery Model
Appreciating Silent Movies and Cartoons from early 20th Century with Cartoons on Film Collector and Historian, Tom Stathes
A Focus on the New American Family
Our Housing Project Launches Backyard Cleaning



Fil-Am nurses join Forum on Public Health: Progress and Challenges, (Phil.Center, NYC)
Positioning in the Higher Planes, Holistic Living Starts from Here
Celebrating the Fil-Am Seniors of Queens ( Woodside, NY, Aug,31, 2013)
Breast Cancer Screening at Kalusugan Coalition's ARUGA Program, Aug.16, 2013
Celebrating with Seniors at Filipino-American Human Services in Queens
Zarzuela Workshop at the Mood Lounge on April 6, 2013
Travelling in time with Philippine history at Extended Arts Center
Check your collections for these vases, now worth millions.
The Making of Zarzuela Filipina, Purple Pillars Production
Please meet and join my BFF group, my Nurses Court, The Modern Nightingales
JAN 6,2013 Brainstorming for Veterans Services: Pathway Home is born


Nanuet Meeting with Director Ayal Lindeman, Rosana Campos, Ludy Resurreccion and Ellen Foote
We have more seats, please come in...
Agenda:Creativity at Extended Arts Center of Elizabeth
Happy Holidays 2012 at Special Care Services Christmas Party, Marlboro, NJ


    "We will make ideas work"

The Clubs:

Stress Busters

         Mission: Stress-Free Living for nurses

         Members: Nurses in Yoga, Life coaches, Lifestyle artists

Nurse Artists  “Nurtists”

        Mission: Creativity, Imagination, Focus on arts

        Members:  Nurses in the arts: painting, photography, literary arts, poetry

Nurse Entrepreneurs

                       Mission:  Heart, Service, Money in order

        Members: Nurses in Business

Nurses in Action (Social Activism)

       Mission: Nurses in the Community

                     Members: legislators, social activists, leaders in nursing, human rights leaders

Nurse Philanthropists

              Mission: Nurse Your Own (Building Services for Nurses)

              Members: leaders, anyone willing to work for nurses’ sake

       Nurse Volunteers

              Mission: Promote Volunteerism in Nursing

              Members: Volunteers, social workers

Nurse Entertainment Theater (Stars for Nurses)

       Mission: Nurses in Spotlight

                     Members: entertainers, event planners, connections with rich and famous