After twenty years of the existence of the Ear Nose Throat Nursing school in Kumasi with the main purpose of training specialist nurses to help bridge the human resource gap in that field, the institution is still battling with infrastructural challenges.
This has to do with limited close room space, library, computer lab as well as lack of skills laboratory.
Management of the school is therefore making frantic efforts to as soon as possible commence development on its ten acre land to serve as a permanent campus and is appealing to corporate bodies and benevolent association to help them realize this in record time.
The appeal was made by the principal of the ENT Nursing school Madam Mercy Belins Beyuo during the 5th graduation and 6th matriculation ceremony in Kumasi.
The ceremony which was under the theme ” training specialised Ear Nose and Throat Nurses in achieving universal health coverage the role of stakeholders saw 96 students graduated with 77 new ones sworn in .
In a speech read for him, the vice chancellor of the university of cape coat noted that to achieve universal health coverage, health training institutions need to step up efforts to provide quality theoretical and clinical training to students in order for them to function not only in the big cities where there are state of the art medical facilities and personnel.
He however pledged the continues support of UCC to the
school in order to provide quality services in various health facilities.