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Jul
19

College inks partnership with HELB

For months, the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) students have patiently waited as the College mulls establishing a financial scheme to support its needy students. Now, it appears the long wait could be finally over. This followed inking of a service contract with Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) on Tuesday (July 5, 2022) at a […]

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Jun
19

KMTC eyes widening partnership to enhance training

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) is eyeing partnership with the Ministry of Health (MoH), the World Health Organization (WHO) and Vital Statistics to enhance quality training, Deputy Director Academics Dr. Nyawira Mwangi, representing the CEO, has said. “The partnership is geared towards skills development for College students, to enable them to record the good […]

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Jun
19

Younger Adults Urged to Take the COVID-19 Vaccine as Medical Training Receives a Boost

Ministry of Health Principal Secretary Ms. Susan Mochache has urged the younger adults to take up the COVID-19 vaccination to boost their immunity in addition to helping curb the spread of the virus. “Our statistics show that younger adults have not yet embraced the vaccination uptake campaign even when there is evidence that many of […]

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Jun
19

Huge turnout for a free medical camp organized by the College

More than 1, 500 people benefitted from a 3-day free medical camp organized by the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) in Mutomo, Kitui County, as part of its long-standing strategy of giving back to the community. The main highlights of the camp were free medicines, free cervical, prostate cancer, and diabetic screening; blood pressure, eye […]

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Jun
19

A ray of hope for Mutomo residents as College kicks off a free medical Camp

Hundreds of Mutomo residents in Kitui County on Wednesday (June 14, 2022) flocked free medical camp organized by the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC). As early as 9.00 am patients with different ailments started trooping to the camp venue awaiting the much-needed services. The area MP Hon. Rachel Nyamai made an impromptu visit to the […]

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Jun
19

KMTC to Embed Cervical Cancer Training and Management in Its Curricula, Receives Donation from Partners

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) has today (June 14, 2022) received a donation of pre-cancerous lesions treatment devices to enhance teaching and learning in the College. Handing over the equipment, donated by Ministry of Health in Partnership with Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and Jhpiego, Ministry of Health Acting Director General Dr. Patrick Amoth […]

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Jun
19

KMTC edges closer to formalizing its partnership with HELB towards supporting needy students

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) on Monday June 13, 2022 edged closer to formalizing its long-standing discussions with Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)—generating exciting opportunities for KMTC students. KMTC CEO Dr. Kelly Oluoch and HELB CEO Charles Ringera reviewed a service contract that joins both Government entities in a partnership that will see College […]

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Jun
10

KMTC Staff Retirement Benefits Scheme Hailed as one of the Best Performing in the Country

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) Staff Retirement Benefits Scheme (SRBS) has been hailed as one of the best performing scheme in the country. This was revealed by the Board Chairperson Amb. Zachary Muburi-Muita who attributed the high performance to the scheme’s sponsor (the KMTC Board of Directors) contributing the maximum mandatory contributions allowed by […]

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