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ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL NSAMBYA
TRAINING SCHOOL
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St. Francis Hospital Nsambya Training School - Nursing Sciences
Nursing Sciences

Bachelor’s Degree, Diploma & Certificate in Nursing Sciences.

St. Francis Hospital Nsambya Training School (1)
Midwifery Science

Bachelor’s Degree, Diploma & Certificate in Midwifery Sciences.

St. Francis Hospital Nsambya Training School (4)
Medical Laboratory Sciences

Bachelor’s Degree, Diploma & Certificate in Medical Laboratory Sciences.

St. Francis Hospital Nsambya Training School (3)
At 100 Years We’re Moving Towards University Status with Our Bachelors’ Degree Programs

As we Celebrate 100 Years of existence, we have advanced from only offering certificates and diplomas to Bachelor’s Degrees. We are offering Bachelor of Nursing Science, Bachelor of Midwifery Science and soon Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Technology Science.

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VISION

An internationally reputable health training institution in the context of Christian Values.

MISSION

To train the best health care staff of high moral and professional standard with positive attitudes and evidence-based practices that reflect Catholic values.

CORE VALUES

Commitment to Catholic / Christian Values, Integrity, Professionalism, Mutual Respect, Student Centeredness and Innovativeness.

Mother Kevin Kearney – Founder

Founder of St. Francis Hospital Nsambya Training School

Mother Kevin Kearney a Franciscan Missionary Sister from Ireland founded the Training School of St. Francis Hospital Nsambya in 1919 after starting the Hospital in 1903.

Mother Kevin, formerly Teresa Kearney, was born on 28th April, 1875 in Knockenrahan, Arklow, Co Wicklow.

She first left for Uganda on 2nd December 1902 and arrived on January 15th 1903 as a Franciscan Sister of St Mary’s Abbey, Mill Hill, London. In 1952 she founded the Franciscan Missionary Sisters for Africa.

Midwifery School was the Starting Point

She started an enrolled Midwifery school in 1919 in order to develop staff that would help her handle the many obstetrical problems that faced mothers and their unborn children at that time.

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