KMTC launches news programs to support access to quality specialized health care  



NAIROBI, Kenya, 2 December 2016 The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) has introduced new programs to support access to quality specialized healthcare across counties.

The Nephrology Nursing, Critical Care nursing, Palliative care, Nurse Anesthetics and Orthopedic Trauma Medicine short term courses will greatly support the roll out of the Managed Equipment Services (MES) project, said the Health Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Cleopa Mailu.

The CS made remarks during the 84th graduation ceremony of the KMTC on Thursday 1st December 2016,   presided by the H.E. Deputy President William Ruto at KMTC, Nairobi.

The CS commended KMTC for accelerating extension to counties in response to the devolution of health care, the growing demand for medical training and equitable access to training opportunities by young people.

“The expansion of KMTC is contributing to the vision 2030 goal of transforming Kenya to a knowledge based economy,” noted the CS.

“It is my sincere hope that each of you will constructively impact the health sector in this country, by deliberately making a positive difference wherever you will be stationed,” the CS advised 8,042 graduands.