Ndola Schools of Nursing & Midwifery

Ndola Schools of Nursing & Midwifery

Ndola Schools of Nursing & Midwifery is a composition of the General Nursing and Midwifery School. The School is situated at Ndola Central Hospital, 2 km from the Town Centre. It is located in Ndola on the Copperbelt Province.



The General Nursing School was officially opened in 1973 and was funded by World Bank and the School of  Midwifery opened 4 years later, in August 1977. 


School of Nursing

Mission Statement

Striving for Excellence and Dedication to the Client/Patient Care through Health Reforms
2007 Third Year Students Nurses & Midwives posing for a Photo

Training for the two schools involve extensive theory and practice in the provision of acceptable standards of professionalism. It also provokes for excellence in Client/Patient Care through the new Challenges of Health Reforms, e.g.

-          Primary Health Care

-          Quality Assurance

-          And infection Control Programme

In these scenarios, the nurse would be more capable of meeting the expanded role of the modern nurse.


At the end of the programme the deserving granduants receive awards which are supported by our donors mainly from Ndola District Community and few from Lusaka.












Application Forms and More Information can be obtained from the office of the:


Nursing Education Manager
Ndola Schools of Nursing & Midwifery
P/A Ndola Central Hospital
Ndola. Zambia. Southern Africa

Phone: (260) 2-614-859
Fax:    (260) 2-610-499

Student Nurses Hostels
2007 2nd Year Students in the Computer Lab
Part of the 2007 3rd Year Students
Nursing & Midwifery School Bus
Republic of Zambia
Ministry of Health