The Nairobi Women’s Hospital College is located along Kikuyu road, Dagoreti South Constituency, in the capital city of Kenya, Nairobi.
The highly-qualified faculty is dedicated to excellence and providing competency-based knowledge and skills. Students receive personalized attention needed to fulfill their academic and personal potential.
Since its inception, Nairobi Women’s Hospital College has graduated over 300 skilled and competent health workers who have been absorbed into the job market in their various areas of specialty. The Nairobi Women’s’ Hospital is the main consumer of our graduates, employing 80%, while the rest are employed by other hospitals, institutions, and non-governmental organizations.
With its dynamic programs, the Nairobi Women’s Hospital College is proud to deliver transformative healthcare education that focuses on individual achievement, fosters continuous intellectual improvement.
Our Vision: We are the trusted leader in healthcare education in Africa.
Our Mission: We deliver competent and exceptional graduates who positively impact the health sector.
Core Values: Our core values are trust, integrity, transparency, equity and accountability.
Nairobi Women’s Hospital College was established in June 2008 and has been approved by the Technical and Vocational Education and Authority of Kenya (TVETA).
In October 2011, the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) accredited the college to train nurses under Kenya Registered Community Health Nursing Program.
The college is a registered examination center by the Kenya National Examination Centre (KNEC) for national exams for diploma and Certificate in Social Work and Community development programs.