Full List of Accredited Nursing and Midwifery Schools in Anambra State (2024)

The rise in the number of accredited nursing and midwifery schools in Anambra and every other state in the country is a testament to the high demand for nurses. 

In response to this development, different state governments have sought ways to manage the healthcare needs of the common man. One such way is in the creation of many accredited nursing and midwifery schools in Anambra. 

Truth be told, the danger associated with attending a nursing and midwifery school that isn’t accredited can prove costly in the long run. No knowledge is indeed lost, but what is the knowledge that can’t be applied? So, to save yourself, you must keep a close eye on this list of accredited nursing and midwifery schools in Anambra.

With the current economic realities, the last thing you would want to experience is to discover that the many years you spent paying school fees are all a waste. 

This is where the NMCN, also known as the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, steps in. They are the board in charge of the accreditation of every nursing institution in the country. Presently, out of the 236 nursing and midwifery schools in the schools, 182 are accredited, of which only 9 are found in Anambra State.

Accredited Nursing and Midwifery Schools in Anambra State

Accredited Nursing and Midwifery Schools in Anambra

College of Nursing Sciences, Ihiala

Nurses play supportive roles to doctors and other medical practitioners in the healthcare industry. Because of this, one of the accredited nursing and midwifery schools, the College of Nursing Sciences, Ihiala plays a huge role.

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They are fully accredited since November 2017 and with an admission quota that can take up to 100 students.

Department of Nursing, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi

You can’t just call yourself a nurse out of the blue without passing through the requisite training in any accredited nursing and midwifery school like the Department of Nursing, Nnamdi Azikiwe University.

The Department of Nursing, UNIZIK received full accreditation from the NUC in September 2015 with an admission quota of 50 students.

College of Nursing Sciences, Adazi-Nnukwu

It has two schools that broaden one’s career opportunities in the nursing profession. There is the school of Nursing, Adazi that obtained full accreditation in October 2020 with admission slots for 100 students.

Also, there is the Adazi School of Basic Midwifery which has been fully accredited since October 2020 with admission spaces for 75 students.

College of Nursing Sciences, Diocesan Hospital, Amichi

They are one of the nursing and midwifery schools in Anambra that obtained accreditation in January 2020. They have places for 100 eligible students.

School of Basic Midwifery, Iyi-Enu

The proof that you are a professional nurse or midwife is graduating from one of those accredited nursing and midwifery schools in Anambra State.

The School of Basic Midwifery, Iyi-Enu is one of these schools. They have spaces for 50 students and have had full accreditation since February 2021.

Chukwuebuka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Teaching Hospital Training institutions

There is the COOUTH, Nkpor, School of Nursing with full accreditation since September 2021 and an admission quota of 75 students.

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Also, there is the School of Midwifery, COOUTH, Nkpor with full accreditation since September 2021 and 75 open admissions spaces.

College of Nursing, St. Charles Borromeo Hospital, Onitsha

Borromeo School of Nursing has been fully accredited since January 2020 with 100 available admission spaces. 

School of Nursing, Iyi-Enu

This particular accredited nursing and midwifery school in Anambra has 100 available admission spaces for eligible students. They gained full accreditation in November 2017.

Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital Nursing Training Institutions

NAUTH as they are also called has 60 admission spaces that are open for eligible students. They received full accreditation in January 2018.

Conclusion

Generally, accreditation for nursing and midwifery schools comes in two forms. The full accreditation lasts for five years. There is also the provisional accreditation that spans for only two years, after which the school has to redeem that accreditation.

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