KMTC launches partnership with St. John’s Ambulance

Prof Philip Kaloki/FILE


By Correspondent

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the St. John’s Ambulance to train 26,000 Emergency Medical technicians for the organization.

This has been revealed by the KMTC board chairperson Prof Philip Kaloki, MBS who has cited that this MoU is a proof of confidence in the quality of the training offered by the institution.

Prof Kaloki was speaking during a visit to Kanyakini Ward in Imenti South, Meru County whereby the new KMTC campus in kanyakini is set to have admissions in September 2019.

The KMTC which is the most recognised oldest mid- level medical training and research institution in East and Central Africa is a key stakeholder in the realisations of the Government’s ‘Big Four’ agenda on Universal Health Coverage and its currently celebrating 92 years of existence since 1927 and up to date the college has 67 Campuses established in Kenya.

The institution produces 85% of health work force in the Country.

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