• Posted by David on 23 April 2024 at 5:33 am

    Igbinedion University Teaching Hospital Okada reopens admission for New Students to Expanded Nursing and Midwifery Programmes

    In a significant stride towards advancing healthcare education, the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria has granted accreditation and expanded the admission quota for the School of Nursing at Igbinedion University Teaching Hospital (IUTH) in Okada. This exciting development marks a pivotal moment for aspiring nurses and midwives seeking exceptional training and academic excellence.

    With the recent upgrade and re-accreditation, IUTH’s College of Nursing Sciences proudly opens its doors to a new cohort of passionate individuals eager to embark on a rewarding journey in healthcare. The institution’s commitment to nurturing competent professionals in the field of nursing and midwifery is further underscored by the increased admission quota, reflecting a dedication to meeting the growing demand for skilled healthcare providers.

    Under the guidance of experienced Management Team of Tutors and state-of-the-art facilities, students enrolled in the Department of Nursing and Department of Midwifery can expect a comprehensive and hands-on learning experience. From theoretical foundations to practical clinical rotations, the curriculum is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge, skills, and compassion necessary to excel in their future careers.

    Prospective students are invited to seize this opportunity to join a dynamic learning community dedicated to shaping the future of healthcare. With a focus on excellence, innovation, and service, IUTH’s College of Nursing Sciences is poised to sustain her impact in the healthcare landscape, both nationally and globally.

    As the doors of opportunity swing open once again, Igbinedion University Teaching Hospital Okada extends a warm welcome to aspiring nurses and midwives ready to embark on a transformative educational journey. Together, let us empower the next generation of healthcare leaders and change-makers, one student at a time.

    Uyi Osaretin




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