The 37 Nursing and Midwifery Training College was established as a training wing of the 37 Military hospital in July 1941, the same year the main hospital was built. The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (NMC), gave the approval for the school to run the State Registered Nursing(SRN) Programme, thus making it the fourth professional nursing college in Ghana following Korle-Bu, Accra, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi and Agogo Presbyterian Hospital.
The school is the ownership of the Ministry of Defence and managed by Ghana Armed Forces Medical Services (GAFMS). The Ghana Armed Forces Medical Service (GAFMS) is responsible for the Health Training institutions, Military Hospitals and the Medical Reception Stations (MRS). The Medical Directorate of the GAFMS meets with the health training institutions to discuss and disseminate policies and plans for future developments.
Our aim is to produce an efficient, effective and disciplined polyvalent nurse.
The 37 Nursing and Midwifery Training College, a training wing of the 37 Military Hospital, was established as a department in July 1941, the same year the main hospital was built. The college was then known as Nursing Orderlies’ Training Wing .
The programme is to enable 37 NMTC to produce qualified professional nurses who will contribute creditably to the health care delivery in Ghana
Registered General Nursing (RGN)
Registered Midwifery (RM)
The College is currently under the supervision of a Management Team with responsibility of overseeing to the day to day activities of the college. It is also responsible for planning, organizing, supervision, staffing and co-ordinating, directing, initiating, delegating duties and responsibilities to other colleagues.
Maj BA Addae
DDNS Oduro-Arhin Ann
Deputy Principal (Admin)
Maj Anthony Moro
Acting Dep. Principal (Academic)
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RGN students taken through a procedure at the clinical skills lab
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