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Courses offered in Kenya Medical Training College- Karen

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The college offers various courses in the field of medicine, the courses include the following; Diploma in clinical medicine, Diploma in medical laboratory, Diploma in occupational therapy, Diploma in community health nursing, Diploma in Dental technology, Diploma in community oral health and Diploma in Health records and information technology.

Occupational therapist will be equipped with the skills to help disabled persons in the society; the student is prepared on how to help such persons perform their everyday activities. The disabled persons are helped to participate fully in their school work; those recovering from injuries are helped to regain their skills. The student undertaking occupational therapist course will be in a position to identify someone’s goals in life and help them will ways of attaining them, one of the professional duties will be visiting the clients home to evaluate the environment, recommend them to use right equipments and guide their family and care givers. The work of occupational therapist will be over when the client can fit well in their environment and participate in their daily activities hence realizing their dreams. This course will help you do even more in health sector.

Medical laboratory diploma student learns about Anatomic pathology and histopathology, cytopathology and elecyron microscopy. This study program prepares the student to perfectly perform laboratory tests which are done on a specimen. The test is aimed at getting the health condition of the patient. The laboratory information is very important in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of any disease or infection. The body specimens commonly used in the laboratory involve the feces, urine, blood, celebrospinal fluid, sputum and synovial fluid, the testing varies depending to health symptoms and history of the patient. Patient can be tested for parasitology where the specimen is checked of any parasites infection. Virology is identification of any virus infection in the specimen.

Diploma in clinical medicine, a medicine is any drug or remedy; it is a way of treating diseases by non surgical method. The student in this course gains skills on how to study and examine a living patient with any disease. The students are trained in a hospital environment where they are required to know how they should give health care to patients through treatment. The graduate of this course should accurately apply clinical applications in medicine.

Diploma in community health nursing, the course is meant to those who are interested to identifying community health problems and serving entire population. This will involve working with communities through education and improvement of their health. Community health nurse has the duty of monitoring health trends and identifying the risk factors. They are responsible of giving education campaigns about certain diseases and their prevention, they give screening services and immunizations. Community health services believe that someone’s health is affected by genes and lifestyle, the go to the community, create awareness, prevent and treat.

Health records and information technology course prepare the students to store, analyze and share health records. Patients’ records are kept in a system where they can be easily accessed; this helps the doctors to have a health track of each of their patients. The patients can also track their records and follow up their lab results and treatment.

The benefits of enrolling in Kenya Medical Training College in Karen is that; there is plenty of job opportunities upon graduation, you work directly with people and you will never get bored at work, the job brings satisfaction and job due to the ability to solve people health problems, the job models you to be a perfect team player because you have to coordinate with other doctors and nurses, the job is respected in the society thus you will also be respected, medical related jobs are safe and stable, dressing for medical jobs are as simple as wearing a white coat.

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