Author: KMTC

Sep
19

58 Students graduate with a certificate in HIV testing services

58 students drawn from different learning institutions have graduated with a certificate in HIV Testing Services (HTS), in a ceremony held on 13th September, 2019 at KMTC Nairobi Campus. HTS is a short course which aims at preparing participants to provide comprehensive HIV testing services, define target populations who may particularly benefit from HIV testing […]

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Jun
28

KMTC Kangundo campus ready to admit more students, introduces new programmes.

Kenya Medical Training College Kangundo Campus is ready to admit more students in the upcoming September 2019 intake. This follows introduction of two new programmes namely: Certificate/Diploma in Community Health Nursing and Certificate in Orthopaedic Trauma Medicine (Plaster). Kangundo Campus was started as an initiative of Kangundo Constituency in collaboration with KMTC with an aim […]

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Jun
25

KMTC celebrates 92 years of existence as it rewards best performers

KMTC has today June 21, 2019 held a Reward and Recognition Ceremony at the Mombasa Beach Hotel to celebrate the College’s achievements and recognize staff, teams and campuses with exemplary and outstanding performance. This is an annual event held to recognize and celebrate major milestones in areas of governance, academics and administration. The event was […]

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Jun
19

KMTC holds quarterly academic board meeting, reports excellent performance in student admission and enhanced training

In 2018/19 academic year, the Kenya Medical Training College achieved more than 100% target in its student admissions and enhanced its structures by developing policies to govern and improve quality of training as well as enhance competencies. This was reported when Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Prof. Michael Kiptoo officially opened the Academic Board meeting at […]

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Jun
18

KMTC Chuka campus receives a new bus

KMTC Chuka Campus has received a brand new 51-seater bus in a colorful event graced by the Board Chairman Prof. Philip Kaloki. Area Member of Parliament for Chuka/Igamba Ng’ombe Constituency Hon. Patrick Munene, Chuka University Vice Chancellor Prof. Erastus Njoka, KMTC Board Director Mr. Mithamo Muchiri, CEO Prof. Michael Kiptoo, Ag. Deputy Director (Administration and […]

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Jun
18

KMTC Migori receives new bus, set to get KShs 20m for construction and 50 acres for expansion

KMTC MIGORI Campus has today June 13th, 2019 received a brand new 51-seater bus in a colourful event presided over by the Migori County Governor Okoth Obado. The Governor committed Kshs. 20 million for completion of the ongoing construction of a tuition and administration block in the Campus. “To meet the ever present demand for […]

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Jun
14

KMTC Launches its 2018-2023 Strategic Plan

KMTC launched its 2018-2023 Strategic Plan on 15th November, 2018 at College’s School of Nursing Assembly Hall, Nairobi. The event was graced by the KMTC Board Chairman Prof. Philip Kaloki and attended by Board Directors, partners, the College’s Management, Principals, Heads of Department, staff and students. The theme of the 2018 – 2023 Strategic Plan […]

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Jun
11

KMTC signs MoU with West Pokot County Government

KMTC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with West Pokot County Government on Thursday, 23rd May, 2019, outlining modalities of engagement to enhance delivery of health services in the County. The MoU was signed by the West Pokot Governor H.E John Lonyangapuo, KMTC Board Chairman Prof. Philip Kaloki and CEO Michael Kiptoo on behalf of […]

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