KMTC Marsabit Campus Opened after years of construction

KMTC Marsabit Campus Opened after years of construction

Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) Marsabit Campus has today been officially opened after the county government of Marsabit completed the construction of the institution's buildings. 

The modern facilities in the institution boast 10 lecture halls, 21 offices, a computer lab, a library, a boardroom, and a skills lab - providing an ideal learning environment for future medical professionals. 

"This campus will play a vital role in training much-needed health workers for our county and the entire nation," Governor Ali stated. "Marsabit residents will now have greater access to quality healthcare services."

KMTC Board Chair Joseah Cheruiyot applauded the governor's efforts in constructing the impressive new campus. With over 1,000 students, staff, and families expected, he noted it will breathe new life into the region.  

KMTC Marsabit Campus Admission

The campus has already issued admission letters to 153 local students for courses in Community Health and Health Records and Information Technology. Additional programs like Clinical Medicine and Nursing will be added progressively.

KMTC CEO Dr. Kelly Oluoch encouraged the community to further develop hostels and amenities for the incoming students. He emphasized the campus will help tackle priority health challenges in Marsabit and expand access to medical training countrywide.

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