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Type www.nmcgh.org or www.nmc.gov.gh  and press the Enter key - this takes user to the NMC Portal
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Should you have difficulties with using the gatekeeper portal, kindly reach out any of the under listed resource persons for assistance and support

 

No Name Contact Outfit
1

Gloria

0244668475

 NMC
 2

Osei

0262363224

 NMC
3

Dennis

0262288891

NMC
 4

Philip

0249651750

 NMC
 5

Fred

0209280101

NMC
 6

Emmanuel

0208177725

Consultant
 7

George

0541840988

 Consultant
8

Joseph

0208179975

Consultant

For a detailed documentation of the gatekeeper portal, Kindly go to our download section on nmc.gov.gh or follow this link

 

NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL OF GHANA
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE FOR 2017


NO.

PROGRAMME

MONTH

PRACTICAL DATE

WRITTEN DATE

1

Paediatric Nursing

January

9 -10

16 -17

2

Basic

February

13 -18

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3

Basic (New System)
Basic (Old System)

 

February/March

 

----

27 – 1/3
13 – 21

    4

Auxiliary

May

15 - 20

----

5

Auxiliary  (Old System)
Auxiliary  (New System)

 

              June

 

-----

29- 30
5 -6

6

Basic (RGN)

July

3 -11

----

7

Basic (RGN & RMN)

July

17 -25

----

8

Basic (RCN & RM)

July/August

31/7- 5/8

----

9

Basic (Old System)
Basic (New System)

 

August

----
----

14 -16
21 - 29

10

Auxiliary

October/November

30/10 - 4/11

 

11

Auxiliary (Old System)
Auxiliary  (New System)

 

November

13 -18

27 - 28

12

Post Auxiliary

December

4 -9

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13

Post Auxiliary
(New System)
Post Auxiliary
(Old System)

 

         December

 

              -----

11 -13

14 – 15

14

Post Basics

December

4- 9

18 - 19

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana is proud to inform its cherished clients and the general public that it has opened a new office outlet at ACCRA WEST. The new office has become necessary due to the increasing number of clients in the Greater Accra Region and the Council’s commitment in offering delightful service to its clients. The ‘ACCRA WEST OFFICE’ is located at the 2nd Floor of the new Corporate Head Office of Marie Stopes Ghana at Abeka-APC behind the Total filling Station. The office has since November 1, 2016 commenced operations. It is the pleasure of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana to serve its cherished clients and the general public at the ‘ACCRA WEST OFFICE Should you have any enquiry on the newly established ‘ACCRA WEST OFFICE’, kindly call us on: 0302 522909/10 0303 972460 or WhatsApp us on 0572080336/0200862772

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) is a statutory body whose mandate is derived from part III of the Health Professions Regulatory Bodies Act 2013 (Act 857).


Until the passage of this Act, the Council operated under NRCD 117 of 1972 and the LI 683.
The Council also has a mission to secure in the public interest the highest standard of training and practice of Nursing and Midwifery.


N&MC over the years has proved  itself by stepping out efforts to build bilateral relations with our clientele to higher levels through dialogue and periodic visitation to its facilities nationwide.


N&MC closely ensures the availability of qualified nursing and midwifery professionals who would give competent, safe, prompt and efficient service for client delight.

THE NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL IS A REGULATORY BODY.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) is a statutory body whose mandate is derived from partIII of the health professions regulatory bodies Act 2013(Act 857).


Until the passage of this Act, the council operated under NRCD 117 OF 1972 AND THE l1683 respectively.
The council also has a mission to secure in the public interest the highest standard of training and practice of Nursing and Midwifery.


As a council, we propose durable and holistic solutions to better regulate the entire body of nursing and midwifery.
Subsequently, N&MC over the years have proved  itself by stepping out our efforts to bring our bilateral relations with our clienteles to higher levels through dialogue and periodic visitation to our facilities nationwide.


N&MC closely ensures the availability of qualified nursing and midwifery professionals who would give competent, safe, prompt and efficient service for client delight.


What are the entry requirements for a nursing or midwifery program?

Read item number 11 on the downloads page or click here


Which Private NMTCs and programs have been approved by Council?

Read item number 2 on the downloads page or click here


How many times can I sit for Licensing Examinations

As many times as will enable you pass


Can I Register to re-sit the licensing examinations in part?

No. All referred papers must be re-sat at a go.


Can I change my Name?

Only female Nurses and Midwives can change their surnames from the maiden to their spouse’s name upon completing a prescribed Form.
You are also required to attach the following documents and any other relevant document.
An Application Letter
A Gazette publication
A Legible Copy of Marriage Certificate 


What is indexing?

It is the process of recording personal data as well as academic qualifications of newly admitted students into a data base and ensuring that the students meet the prescribed entry requirement for the particular programme applied for.


What is Verification?

It is the processes of ascertaining one’s credentials as a qualified Nurse or Midwife.
The requirements for verification are:
Applicant’s Name
Name of training institution
Dates of commencement of training and completion
Type of programme and date(s) of Licensing Examinations


What is the use of log books?

The logbooks serve the purpose of keeping track of the practical sessions undertaken by newly qualified nurses during their fifty-two (52) weeks of mandatory internship.
Logbooks are given to tutors of training institutions to monitor their knowledge, attitude and clinical skills which is an important element in capacity building for the individual’s speciality area


Who is qualified to be issued a log book and a Provisional License?

A newly qualified Nurse or Midwife (one who has just passed his/her licensing examination)


How to register for National Service

Procedure for registering with the National Service Scheme (NSS) 
Instructions: 
Go to the National Service Scheme (NSS) website – www.nssghana.org
Click on Enrollment
Enter your Pin Code eg:GHS123456 (this code is from the NSS and it is issued by NMC during Registration)
Complete the Registration Form
When completed click on the submit button
Wait a while, a new number (NSS Number) will be generated for you at the top left hand corner of the form
This number would be required when checking your posting online
How to check postings with the NSS
Go to the National Service Scheme (NSS) website – www.nssghana.org
Click on postings
Enter your NSS Number
Posting form and letter will appear for printing
Submit it at NSS Regional Office for Registration
Go to the Regional Director of the Health Services (RDHS) for further posting instruction or his/her designated representative. That is, the DDNS in-charge of your respective region.

How to get PIN or AIN

 

As a newly qualified Nurse or Midwife, the Council will issue a PIN to you upon registration and subsequently complete 52/week mandatory National Service and the submission of logbook.

As a newly qualified Nurse Assistant, the Council will issue an AIN to you upon enrollment or registration. 

 

What are the requirements for PIN/AIN renewal?

Read CPD Programmes for Nurse Assistants, Nurses and Midwives on the downloads page or click here

 

Why should I renew my PIN/AIN?

• It confirms ones professional status,
•No employer would employ any Nurse or Nurse Assistant without a PIN or AIN,
•It could be used for employment in the private sector even while on retirement.

 

What happens when I do not renew my PIN/AIN?

It is an offence to practice with an expired PIN/AIN. This attracts a penalty and or imprisonment as enshrined under Section 73 (d) of the Health Professions Regulatory Bodies Act, 2013 (Act 857).

 


Why does it take too long to receive PIN or AIN after submitting an application?

The duration for processing of PIN or AIN is in fact Thirty (30) minutes after payment of the prescribed fee. Applications submitted to our Regional Offices would take a minimum of one (1) week to be processed. Other causes of delay in processing PIN or AIN include:
Mistakes in Registration or Enrollment Number(s) written by applicants.
Update(s) of knowledge and skills in subjects that are not relevant to the applicant’s area of practice.
Insufficient Update(s).
No evidence of update(s) in knowledge and skills.
Applications without recent Passport-size Pictures
Pictures that do not meet the prescribed specification.
Non disclosure of other Registration or Enrollment numbers by applicants who have multiple Registration or Enrollment Numbers.
NB:  Registration or Enrollment number is the same as Certificate Number.

 


What do I do if I misplace my PIN/AIN card before the expiry date?

Report at the nearest Police station and request for a Police extract
Take the Police extract to the Council’s Regional Office where the PIN/AIN was issued and apply for replacement.


What are CPDs/CPEs and their relevance in nursing and midwifery practice?

CPD means Continuing Professional Development and CPE means Continuing Professional Education.
CPD/CPE is important because it enables nurses and midwives maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge, expertise and competence, and develop the personal and professional qualities required throughout their professional lives.
CPD/CPE is a requirement for renewal of PIN.

 

What does CPD mean

CPD is the acronym for Continuing Professional Development.  It is the process through which professionals update and improve their knowledge and skills to assist them perform better in their careers.


CPD is ‘continuing’ because learning never stops! CPD is ‘professional’ because it is about maintaining the specialized knowledge and skills that nurses and midwives need in order to carry out their work.

CPD is about ‘development’ because it is about moving towards something better so it will help raise the standards of healthcare across the country.


All Nurse Assistants, Nurses and Midwives wherever they work – in hospitals, clinics, health centres, training schools, universities, nursing & midwifery organizations, commercial companies, charities, orphanages, schools and NGOs are encouraged to pursue CPD programmes from time to time because it is a requirement for renewal of PIN or AIN.

 


Where will CPD activities be carried out?

The Council will organize CPD programmes nationwide every year. The Council’s CPD programme is based on 3 key aspects - Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes.  Some organisations have also been accredited by the Council to run CPD programmes. They are; FOCOS, MSSI, The Health Institute, Ghana, Princefield College, STREC Limited and Africa Partners Medical.
In addition to the accredited CPD providers, hospitals and training institutions can also organize such programmes.

Nurse Assistants, Nurses and Midwives will be responsible for organizing their attendance at these sessions and keeping their Logbook updated. 

Some CPD activities will be part of regular in-service training, some might be external training courses, meetings or conferences.


NB: To know about upcoming CPD progammes, please visit the event calendar on our website frequently for updated information.



Can I Register at a Regional Office?

YES. Applicants are required to Register in the Region where they trained.


Why does it take so long to receive my Registration Letter

The duration for processing an application for Registration or Enrollment is Three (3) months.
Applicants are advised to contact the Regional Office where they registered if they do not receive any correspondence Three (3) months after they have Registered.
The reasons for delayed Registration include:
Improperly completed Application Form.
Incomplete information provided by applicant.
Inconsistent information provided by applicant.
Passport-size Pictures that do not meet the prescribed specifications.
No evidence or proof of payment.
Unreliable or incorrect Contact Address.
Inaccessible telephone number(s).


How do I get licensed to practice in Ghana as a foreign trained Nurse or Midwife?

Please follow the link below for guidelines on how to Register as a foreign trained Nurse or Midwife.
http://www.nmcgh.org/mandate/downloads
You can also find the same information on the downloads page, item no. 3, 4 & 5.

 

MEMBERS OF THE 13TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL OF GHANA JUNE 2015-PRESENT


1. Mrs. May Osae-Addae  - Chairman
2. Mr. Felix Nyante   - Member / Secretary
3. Mrs. Veronica Millicent Dzomeku - Member  
4. Mrs. Josephine Ansu-Gyeabour  
5. Mr. Kwaku Asante-Krobea  - Member  
6. Mrs. Joyce Jetuah   - Member  
7. Ms. Juliana Agyeiwaa Dartey  - Member  
8. Mr. George Kumi Kyeremeh - Member  
9. Ms. Clothilda Amenga Etego  - Member
10. Mr. Thomas Hughes Amissah  - Member  
11. Mrs. Elfreda Dankyi   - Member 

 

MEMBERS OF THE 12TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL OF GHANA - 9TH FEBRUARY, 2010

 

1. Ms. Mariama Sumani    -   Chairman
2. Mrs. Annie Adeodata F. Appoh  -   Member
3. Mrs. Theresa Abena Jamebe Antwi  -   Member
4. Ms. Deborah P. Morny   -   Member
5. Dr. Thelma A. Brown    -   Member
6. Dr. Robert K. Sagoe    -   Member
7. Dr. Emmanuel Dogbatse   -   Member
8. Mr. Kwaku Asante Krobea   -   Member
9. Ms. Sophia Agyei-Aye   -   Member
10. Mrs. Joyce Jetuah    -   Member
11. Mrs. Elizabeth Adjei-Mensah   -   Member
12. Dr. Ernestina Donkor    -   Member
13. Mrs. Alice D. Asare -Allotey   -   Member
14. Col. Sally Odoi-Gyampo/Col. Vida Otoo -   Member
15. Mr. Richard Kwasi Henneh   -   Member
16. Dr. Ebenezer Appiah-Denkyira  -   Member
17. Mrs. Doris Grace Kpongboe   -   Member
18. Mrs. Margaret Patterson   -   Member
19. Ms. Peace Ivy Ananga   -   Member
20. Mr. George Kumi Kyeremeh   -   Member
21. Mr. Michael Alex Cantah   -   Member



MEMBERS OF THE 11TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL - 16TH JUNE, 2005- 9TH FEBRUARY, 2010


1. Ms. Kathlyn P.P Ababio    -   Chairman
2. Col. Esther Dennis     -   Member
3. Ms. Hilda Ampaw     -   Member
4. Mrs. Benedicta Elizabeth Kissi   -   Member
5. Ms. Mariama Sumani/Mrs. May Osae Addae -   Member
6. Mrs. Ethel Lartey     -   Member
7. Mrs. Mary Larbi     -   Member
8. Mr. John Kumfo     -   Member
9. Mr. Evans A. Dzikum     -   Member
10. Dr. J.K. Kwakye Maafo    -  Member
11. Mrs. Cecilia Narmh     -   Member
12. Mrs. Alice D. Asare-Allotey    -   Member
13. Mrs. Faustina Oware-Gyekye    -   Member
14. Mrs. Mary Dampson     -   Member
15. Dr. Jennifer Welbeck     -   Member
16. Dr. Robert Kweku Sagoe    -   Member
17. Mr. Kwaku Asante Krobea    -   Member
18. Mrs. Felicia Darkwah     -   Member
19. Mrs. Chrysolite Joyce Prah    -   Member
20. Mrs. Grace Nyarko-Agyakwa    -   Member

 



MEMBERS OF THE 10TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL OF GHANA – 6TH APRIL, 2000- 16TH JUNE, 2005


1. Mrs. Esther Hammond   -   Chairman
2. Miss Rose Akita    -   Member
3. Col. (Mrs.) Theresa Ofori  Akuffo  -   Member
4. Mrs. Rose Owusu Yeboah   -   Member
5. Mrs. Grace Asomaning   -   Member
6. Dr. Jennifer Welbeck    -   Member
7. Mrs. Cecilia Narmh    -   Member
8. Mrs. Florence Arthur-Mensah  -   Member
9. Mr. James Yambor    -   Member
10. Mrs. Ethel A. Lartey    -   Member
11. Miss Kathlyn P.P Ababio   -   Member
12. Mrs. Balchisu Iddrissu   -   Member
13. Mrs. Benedicta E. Kissi   -   Member
14. Mrs. Chrysolite Joyce Prah   -  Member
15. Dr. J.K. Kwakye-Maafo   -   Member
16. Miss Bernice Goka    -   Member
17. Dr. F.O. Ofosu-Barko    -   Member
18. Mrs. Felicia Darkwa    -   Member
19. Mrs. Margaret Atter    -   Member
20. Mr. John Kunfo    -   Member
21. Mrs. Grace Nyarko-Agyakwa   -  Member

 



MEMBERS OF THE 9TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL OF GHANA-13TH MARCH, 1997-6THAPRIL, 2000

 

1. Col. Florence Forson    -   Chairman
2. Mrs. Rose Owusu Yeboah   -   Member
3. Mrs. Grace Asomaning   -  Member
4. Mr. James Yambor    -   Member
5. Miss Florence Arthur-Mensah  -   Member
6. Mrs. Balchisu Iddrissu   -   Member
7. Mrs. Grace Nyarko-Agyakwa   -   Member
8. Mr. Wilberforce Adade   -   Member
9. Mrs. Emma Helen Banga   -   Member
10. Mrs. Felicia Darkwa    -   Member
11. Miss Joana Laryea    -   Member
12. Dr. (Mrs.) Afua Hesse    -   Member
13. Dr. F.O. Afoso-Barko    -   Member
14. Mrs. Grace G. Agbasi    -   Member
15. Miss Rose Akita    -   Member
16. Mrs. P.L.  Owusu-Asiedu   -   Member
17. Dr. K.A.  Appea-Kubi    -   Member
18. Mrs. Nancy Harlley    -   Member
19. Mrs. Lena Sevor    -   Member
20. Miss Alice D. Asare    -   Member
21. Mrs. Esther Hammond   -   Member

 



MEMBERS OF THE 8TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL -24TH MARCH, 1994-13TH MARCH, 1997


1. Miss Ayodele Akiwumi    -   Chairman
2. Mr. Wilberforce Adade    -  Member
3. Mr. Charles Kunko     -   Member
4. Dr. K.A. Apea-Kubi     -   Member
5. Col. Florence Forson     -   Member
6. Mrs. Ernestina Djokotoe    -   Member
7. Mrs. Adelaide Prempeh    -   Member
8. Miss Alice D. Asare     -   Member
9. Mrs. Christiana M. Quayson    -   Member
10. Mrs. Joana A. Abbeyquaye    -   Member
11. Miss Charlotte Rigg-Stewart    -   Member
12. Mrs. Felicia Adofo     -   Member
13. Mrs. Fati Issaka     -   Member
14. Mrs. P.L. Owusu-Asiedu    -   Member
15. Mrs. Nancy A. Harley     -   Member
16. Miss Perfect Blebo     -   Member
17. Mr. Isaac Y. Kyere     -  Member
18. Dr. J.E. Taylor      -   Member
19. Dr. (Mrs.) Afua Hesse     -   Member
20. Mrs. Emma Helen Banga    -   Member

 



MEMBERS OF THE 7TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL OF GHANA- 11TH APRIL, 1991-24TH MARCH, 1994


1. Mrs. Margaret Osei Boateng   -   Chairman
2. Mrs. Gladys Swatson    -   Member
3. Mrs. Joana Abbequaye   -    Member
4. Mrs. Balchisu Iddrisu    -   Member
5. Mrs. Christian M. Quayson   -   Member
6. Mrs. Georgina Amua Sakyi   -   Member
7. Mrs. Charlotte Rigg-Stewart   -   Member
8. Lt. Col. Gladys Osei    -   Member
9. Dr. Atta Larbi-Siaw    -   Member
10. Miss Christiana Fianko   -   Member
11. Mrs. Cecilia Narmh    -   Member
12. Mr. Vincent A. Akpah   -   Member
13. Madam Kathlyn Ababio   -   Member
14. Mr. Isaac Kyere    -   Member
15. Miss Comfort A. Asiama   -   Member
16. Madam Victoria Ahedor   -   Member
17. Mrs. Angelina Amponsah   -   Member
18. Miss Perfet Blebo    -   Member
19. Prof. Dr. Dr. G.W. Brobbey   -   Member
20. Mrs. Ernestina Djokotoe   -   Member
21. Dr. J.E. Taylor     -   Member

 



MEMBERS OF THE 6TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL OF GHANA-1988-11TH APRIL, 1991


1. Mrs. Henrietta Owusu    -   Chairman
2. Mrs. Miriam Hornsby-Odoi   -   Member
3. Mrs. Comfort E. Blay    -   Member
4. Dr. E.A. Larbi Siaw    -   Member
5. Miss Comfort A. Asiama   -   Member
6. Mrs. Margaret Osei Boateng   -   Member
7. Mr. M.S.K. Ntumi    -   Member
8. Mr. Donald Samani    -   Member
9. Mr. Vincent A. Akpah   -   Member
10. Miss Christian Fianko    -   Member
11. Lt. Col. Victoria Christian   -   Member
12. Miss Cecilia Narmh    -   Member
13. Mrs. Angelina Amponsa   -   Member
14. Mrs. Victoria Ahedor    -   Member
15. Mrs. Charlotte Acquah   -   Member
16. Dr. A. B. Amoah    -   Member
17. Dr. Dr. G.W. Brobbey    -   Member
18. Madam Kathlyn Ababio   -   Member
19. Mrs. Margaret Nkrumah   -   Member
20. Mrs. Edith Ocloo    -   Member
21. Madam Rosebond Gaisie   -   Member

 



MEMBERS OF THE 5TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL -19TH JUNE, 1985-1988


1. Miss Henrietta Aboagye   -  Chairman
2. Mrs. Comfort E. Blay    -   Member
3. Miss Rosina Doamekpor   -  Member
4. Mr. M.S.K. Ntumi    -   Member
5. Mrs. Florence Ntim-Adu   -   Member
6. Mrs. Charlotte Acquah   -   Member
7. Mrs. Christiana Abaka Woode  -   Member
8. Mr. Donald Somani    -   Member
9. Mrs. Josephine Richter   -   Member
10. Mrs. Margaret Nkrumah   -   Member
11. Mrs. Miriam Hornsby Odoi   -   Member
12. Miss A. Akiwumi    -   Member
13. Miss Sarah R. Addison   -   Member
14. Mr. Edward K. Kumatia   -   Member
15. Mrs. Edith A. Ocloo    -   Member
16. Miss Bertha Anatsui    -   Member
17. Col. Faustina Yeboah    -   Member
18. Dr. J.B. Wilson    -   Member
19. Dr. S. Asare Odei    -   Member
20. Miss Felicia O. Atuah    -   Member
21. Dr. Charlotte Gardiner   -   Member

MEMBERS OF THE 4TH GOVERNING BOARD OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL- 3OTH MARCH, 1982- 19TH JUNE, 1985


1. Miss Angelina Adjei    -   Chairman
2. Mrs. Adelaide Afram    -   Member
3. Mrs. Edith Saki Quartey   -   Member
4. Miss Dorothy Richardson   -   Member
5. Mrs. Florence Awuah    -   Member
6. Mrs. Dina Sackey    -   Member
7. Mrs. Marcella Kathleen Tambro  -   Member
8. Mrs. Mensah-Karikari    -   Member
9. Mr. David K.W. Fynn    -   Member
10. Mrs. Emelia Amanor-Boadu   -   Member
11. Mrs. Alice Liberty Akuffo   -   Member
12. Mrs. Miriam Hornsby-Odoi   -   Member
13. Dr. J.B.Wilson    -  Member
14. Mr. Josiah Nelson    -   Member
15. Mrs. Alice Akuttah    -   Member
16. Miss Joana Laryea    -  Member
17. Miss Sarah Abadoo    -   Member
18. Lt. Col. Edith Tamakloe   -  Member
19. Dr. C.A. Klufio    -   Member
20. Dr. E.A. Kissi     -   Member
21. Mrs. Eleanor Ocansey    -   Member
 

{slider MEMBERS OF THE 3RD GOVERNING BOARD  OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL -2ND FEBRUARY, 1978- 30TH MARCH, 1982}

1. Mrs. Lucy Effah    -  Chairman
2. Mrs. Mavis Akutter    -   Vice Chairman
3. Mrs. Emelia Amanor Boadu   -   Member
4. Mrs. Florence Awuah    -   Member
5. Miss Yaa Achiaa    -   Member
6. Mrs. Patience Quartey    -   Member
7. Mrs. Peace Acolatse    -   Member
8. Dr. Anin Addo    -   Member
9. Dr. Mrs. Joy Blankson-Hemans  -   Member
10. Mrs. Adelaide Affram    -   Member
11. Mrs. Edith Quartey    -   Member
12. Mrs. Ruth Gyang    -   Member
13. Mrs. Dorothy Richardson   -   Member
14. Major Mrs.  Dina Quaynor   -   Member
15. Mrs. Elizabeth Kusi Aidoo   -   Member
16. Mrs. Victoria Abbeyquaye   -   Member
17. Mrs. Angelina Adjei    -   Member
18. Mr. W. Fynn     -   Member
19. Mr. Andrew Nai Patterson   -   Member
20. Mrs. Mary Owusu    -   Member
21. Dr. J.B. Dodoo    -   Member

 

MEMBERS OF THE 2ND GOVERNING BOARD OF THE BURSES AND MIDWIVES COUNCIL OF GHANA 3RD OCTOBER, 1974 - 2ND FEBRUARY, 1978

1. Mrs. Lucy Effah    -   Chairman
2. Mrs. Peace Acolatse    -   Vice Chairman
3. Mrs. Elizabeth Owusu-Sekyere  -   Member
4. Mrs. Florence Awuah    -   Member
5. Dr. D.B. George    -   Member
6. Mr. W.O Boateng    -   Member
7. Mr. Amon Kotey    -   Member
8. Mrs. Comfort Asem    -   Member
9. Mrs. Henrietta Bulley    -   Member
10. Mrs. Comfort Manu    -   Member
11. Dr. E.K Newman    -   Member
12. Mrs. Tallulah Collingswood-Williams -   Member
13. Mrs. Patience Quartey    -   Member
14. Dr. J.O.M. Pobee    -    Member
15. Mrs. Mary Owusu    -   Member
16. Dr. J.H. Addy     -   Member
17. Mrs. Margaret Kumi    -   Member
18. Miss Alice Boafo    -   Member
19. Mrs. Alice Akkuttah    -   Member
20. Major R.D. Dugan     -   Member
21. Mrs. Emily Amanor-Boadu   -   Member
 

MEMBERS OF THE NURSES BOARD OF GHANA- 1973

1. Dr. M. A. Baddoo   - Chairman
2. Mrs. Miriam Hornsby Odoi  - Member
3. Mr. R. A. Pappoe   - Member
4. Ms. Henrietta Aboagye  - Member
5. Mr. L.L. Tamakloe   - Member
6. Ms. Tallulah Collingwoode Wiiliams - Member
7. Ms. Sarah Abadoo   - Member
8. Ms. E.M. Amonoo-Neizer  - Member
9. Dr. F.E. Grant    - Member
10. Dr. J.O.M Pobee   - Member
11. Ms. Jane Hayfron   - Member
12. Dr. M. Manu    - Member
13. Mr. James Anyinatoe   - Member
14. Mrs. S. Acquaah   - Member
15. Mrs. Mary Owusu   - Member
16. Mrs. D.A Buttler-Aggrey  - Member
17. Mr. S.O. Cole    - Member
18. Lt. Col. Edith Tamakloe  - Member