AIC Kapsowar school of Nursing is a Nursing Council of Kenya accredited nursing school that was started in August 2008 and the first class of 17 students was admitted in September of the same year. It is own and run by AIC-Kenya under the auspices of the operating board of AIC Kapsowar Mission Hospital. By extension the foundation of the college is by work of missionaries. The college enjoys good support from the missionaries, government, church, leaders and politicians and the community among others.
To produce competent KRCHNs who are role models in the provision of quality general nursing, midwifery and community health services in the various Health care Facilities in Kenya and beyond.
The college is committed to training health care related programs at certificate and diploma levels and to be champions in the delivery of quality health care and advancement of their profession. The focus of our program is mastery of high level competencies reflecting the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for the delivery of safe, quality care.
The values of the college are synonymous with the AIC Kapsowar Hospital Core Values of Quality and Safety, Dignity and Respect, Caring and Listening, Responsibility and Integrity, and Excellence and Innovation.
- Quality and Safety: We create a safe environment where quality is our guiding principle.
- Dignity and Respect: We treat all individuals with dignity and respect.
- Caring and Listening: We listen to and care for our students, our patients, our health, our fellow employees, and our community.
- Responsibility and Integrity: We perform our work to the highest level of responsibility and integrity.
- Excellence and Innovation: We think creatively and build excellence into everything that we do.