WELCOME TO NORTH COAST MEDICAL TRAINING COLLEGE

We Are Committed

NORTH COAST MEDICAL TRAINING COLLEGE having been born out of the need to fulfill a communal need for competent health workers, commits itself to offer an education format that is philosophically eclectical, in order to stimulate and nurture necessary competencies in learners that will make them active participants in health care reforms in Kenya and beyond

What Drives Us

This Is North Coast MTC

It is my pleasure to introduce North Coast Medical Training College to you. We are located in a serene environment of Bomani village, Kikambala location of Kilifi County; about ten kilometers from Mtwapa town.

the managing Director

Who we are

North coast medical training college was born out of the acute need for competent health workers who are responsive to the dynamic health care needs in the current era. The college started training in 2012, with the first lot of 20 students in the department of clinical medicine and surgery.

Our Success Story

Our School

North coast medical training college was born out of the acute need for competent health workers who are responsive to the dynamic health care needs in the current era. The college started training in 2012, with the first lot of 20 students in the department of clinical medicine and surgery.

There after the school grew constantly and increased the number of departments including nursing, community health and nutrition. We also started receiving students from all over the country. Currently North Coast MTC has had two graduations, with the first lot who qualified in 2015 and the second batch of 2016. A lot has been achieved in this spun of five years of training that makes us really of this institution.

The school also develops students around their special capabilities. Currently we have nine tutors who are alumni of the college. They showed special abilities and interest in medical education right from the time they were students. They were selected and nurtured, after completing their courses, they were motivated to pursue a course in medical education and were finally employed back in the college. One other student among the aliens who were trained in the college who had good leadership qualities was also nurtured and after completing his course, he went back to his home country Somalia, vied for a parliamentarian seat and won.

Those who have completed in our college have been tremendous in the job market. Most of our graduates have been employed across different sectors including the public and private sectors and NGOs.

The school has been growing rapidly with increase in the number of courses offered. Recently we started offering post-basic courses in medical education and renal care.