- Total Student Enrollment – 155
- Graduates last year- 60
Target Areas for Sustainable Impact
- Enable students to acquire full time employment
- Impact community by increasing the number of qualified medical works
- Impact mission hospitals by increasing number of qualified staff available.
Clive Irvine School of Community Nursing was established in 1951 as Chogoria College of Nursing as a department of PCEA Chogoria Hospital. It wasn’t until 1989 that it got its official name of Clive Irvine School of Community Nursing, in honor of Dr. Clive Irvine, the missionary founder of Chogoria Hospital. They started with the diploma program training now called Kenya Registered Community Healthy Nurse (KRCHN).
The aim of the college is:
“To prepare and produce safe and competent professional nurses who are morally upright and spiritually sound, through provision and promotion of high quality nursing education, training and spiritual/social guidance and counseling.”