Corporate Profile
OMS has franchise or office at Trinidad & Tobago covering Caribbean countries.
Management Team

Partnerships/Clients

Durga Kolli

Ms. Durga Kolli is a highly educated nursing professional who has gathered rich experience, while working in multiple areas of nursing. Over a period of 15 years, Ms. Kolli has traveled extensively through out the world, to acquire in-depth knowledge of health care delivery systems and has successfully practiced in clinical, as well as teaching areas. Ms. Kolli has thoroughly studied the sensitivities involved in immigration processes. As an expert consultant in this field, she supports and educates every prospective nurse giving individual attention to qualify for the CGFNS and NCLEX Examinations.

Ms Durga Kolli RN  was born in India but presently residing and practicing nursing in the  U.S.A.

Ms. Durga Kolli achieved the industry reputation for recruitment and placement of healthcare professionals into highly recognized hospitals and long term care facilities in many countries.
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Partnerships/Clients

Health Care

  Various highly reputed Hospitals in USA
Ministry of Health in Bermuda
Government Hospitals and Healthcare facilities in British Virgin Islands
Ministry of Health in Jamaica
University Hospital of The West Indies in Jamaica
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Training Centers
 

Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI)

ATI is an experienced and innovative testing company that specializes in US standardized entrance testing, practical and registered nursing comprehensives, and other nursing-related psychometric and review products. ATI professionally developed nursing exams assess the student's comprehension and provide nurse educators the opportunity to evaluate the student's knowledge in relation to the nursing process, critical thinking, and competency skills.

OMS has established a strategic partnership with ATI to train their nurses to meet the current and future healthcare needs. A OMS-ATI trained nurse can be more resourceful and easily adaptable to the needs of the healthcare facility.  Many nurses have benefited by improving their skill set and have become more challenging compared to their counterparts. First group of tutors  were trained in 2003.
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