SCHOOL OF NURSING
The Kharadar General Hospital School of Nursing was established in the year 2005.
It is recognized by Pakistan Nursing Council (PNC) for 3 years Diploma in General Nursing (RN) and 18/12 Diploma in Pupil Midwifery (RM).
The school admitted first batch of students in the year 2005 who passed their training and became full fledged Nurses getting Diplomas of RN & RM in 2009 with a 100% pass percentage. At the moment there are 81 students enrolled in various batches of General Nursing & Midwifery.
The students are also allowed Extra Curricular activities as these are also part of their educational programme by holding Lamp Lighting Ceremony, picnics, visiting Water & Sewerage plants, pharmaceutical com., other institutes for on the spot knowledge, learning, medical camps, in house functions like celebrating International Nursing Day, Eid-e-Milad, Eid Milan etc.
School of Nursing KGH has created its own facebook page which can be accessed by clicking on the link below:
Vision & Mission:
To produce ethical and qualified nursing professionals who would serve with dignity and respect the needy and sick in their hour of need.
The School of Nursing is run with financial assistance from:
- Dr. Yusuf Dawood (Chairman Marie Rahima Dawood Foundation - UK)
- Al-Ameen Foundation (Foundation of Muhammad Ahmad Adaya) from its inception.
- Janmuhammad Dawood Trust (Muhammad Bashir Janmuhamad Trustee)