The Roman Girls Nursing and Midwifery Training College (known informally as RGNMTC (Buoho) is among Ghana's finest nursing and midwifery training institutions. Founded in 1957 by the Medical Mission Sisters of the Catholic Church, NMTC has consistently maintained its identity as a Catholic institution to the present day. The college's commitment to discipline and academic excellence is reflected in its motto: "Before you learn to care, you must care to learn."
The Roman Girls Nursing and Midwifery Training College comprises the Nursing Training College and the Midwifery Training School which were developed as individual offshoots of the Holy Family Hospital at Buoho to train the requisite nursing personnel for the hospital and sister health facilities in other parts of the country. The Nursing Training College issues a diploma for Registered General Nursing (RGN), while the Midwifery Training College issues a diploma for Registered Midwifery (RM). The two programmers are at par and have the same entry qualifications. They also are run within the same facilities. The school currently has 267 students pursuing Registered General Nursing and 92 pursuing Registered Midwifery, for a total population of 359.
Since its inception, the college has produced 754 general nurses and 575 midwives - a total of 1,329 nurses and midwives.
Effective Sept. 1, 2007, the College has been granted a 3-year accreditation to run its two programmes by the National Accreditation Board of Ghana.
The School Contact Information.
Roman Girls Nursing and Midwifery Training College
Mr.Francis ( Headmaster)
Ghana West Africa.00233
Phone Num +233-
E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org