Port Reitz Campus
The history of KMTC Port Reitz campus dates back 1985 when it opened its doors to train Clinical Officers. The campus started with a class of 50 students.
The campus has recorded exponential growth over the years. From a campus offering only one course at inception, KMTC Port Reitz campus now offers four courses with others projected to start in the near future.
The campus borders Moi International Airport, the Port Reitz Standard Gauge Railway terminal and the Port Reitz Hospital. Access to the campus is through a tarmac Road.
The growth in the number of couses offered in the campus has necessitated infrastructure growth and this is on course with support from the KMTC Headquarters and Changamwe Constituency Development Fund (CDF).
The campus has also had support in renovation and refurbishing of infrastructure and financial and other support to students. Some of the development partners who have provided this support are:
- Post bank
- National Bank
- Kenya Commercial Bank
- Prime Bank
- National Government through CDF.
- Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery
- Diploma in Physiotherapy
- Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences
- Diploma in Kenya Registered Health Nursing.
The following courses are in the pipeline and are expected to be started soon.
- Kenya Registered Nurse (Mental Health)
- Certificate in Orthopaedic Plaster Technology
- HND Anaesthesia.
Infrastructure at the campus comprises of:
- Thirteen lecture rooms,
- One fully equipped Skills lab,
- One library well stocked with a wide variety of books,
- Two Medical Laboratory Sciences laboratories,
- One phlebotomy laboratory,
- One well equipped gymnasium room for Physiotherapy department,
- One Computer room equipped with computers
- A Dining hall.
- One borehole
In addition, the campus has seventeen residential 2 and 3 bedroom houses for staff.
Clubs and sports
Students are encouraged to engage in various extra-curricular activities available at the campus. These activities include sporting activities among others.