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Our Programmes

Diploma In Community Nursing

The aim of the programme is to produce a polyvalent nurse who would practice preventive nursing within the community.

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Diploma In Post NAP/NAC Midwifery

The aim of the programme is to produce a polyvalent midwife who would practice midwifery in any sector of the community.

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Diploma In Midwifery

The goal of the programme is to produce polyvalent midwives who will practice midwifery in any part of the community, country, and sub-region.

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Diploma In General Nursing

The goal of the programme is to produce a polyvalent nurse who would practice general nursing in any sector of the community.

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QUALITY NURSING TRAINING YOU CAN TRUST.

Overview

The institution was established in 2007 out of the dire need of personnel to assist with health care delivery in the country under the leadership of Mrs. Joyce Abakah-Quansah. Thus, the school established with the mandate to train middle-level cadres (Health Assistant Clinical), who will assist health care professionals to take care of the sick.

Frequently Asked Questions

The National Accreditation Board has accredited the running of Diploma in Midwifery, Registered General Nursing and Registered Community Nursing. The Diploma in Registered Midwifery, Registered General Nursing and Registered Community Nursing became operational in the year 2012, 2013 and 2014 respectively.

The college currently runs four (4) programmes; Diploma in Registered Midwifery, Registered General Nursing, Registered Community Nursing, and Post NAP/NAC Midwifery

Currently, all the accredited programmes are for 3 years.