|4 Types of Nursing Colleges in Malaysia|
Kolej Jururawat Tawau |
Nilam College of Nursing |
Puteri Nursing College PNC International
College of Nursing and Health Sciences
-Kumpulan Perubatan Johor (KPJ) International College-
|Extra Curricular Activities
Choir/ aerobics/ line dancing
Drama/ debate/ choral speaking
Motivation/ customer service
Physical Endurance Activities
Field games/ sports
Community Outreach Activities Blood donation drive
Weekly voluntary service to Old Folks Homes and Children Spastic homes
Health awareness campaigns
KPJ s Network of Hospitals
PNC's graduates are privileged to have an extensive and comprehensive network of KPJ hospitals located in most major cities in Malaysia as training ground for excellent clinical education. This is further complemented and supported by a strong team of experts comprising medical consultants, senior nurses, allied health professionals and trained clinical instructors. With the commitment of KPJ's 17 state-of-the-art hospitals consisting of more than 2,000 beds/ more than 500 medical consultants as well as more than 6,000 staff treating more than 1.2 million outpatients and 150/000 inpatients, PNC has a competitive advantage when training its students.
PNC is self reliant in providing a comprehensive range of clinical education and practical experience for its students in enhancing their clinical knowledge and skills. Graduates of PNC will be recognized for their clinical distinction in providing the best service and value to patients/ customers.
Acknowledging that human capital is our greatest strength and asset PNC through the KPJ Group of Hospitals provides the option of full sponsorship for eligible students with guaranteed employment upon graduation. Other sources of financial aid include PTPTN and other private financial institutions.
Leveraging on this established track record in Malaysia and abroad, PNC graduates are poised to meet the challenges of the rapidly growing local and international markets, in support of Malaysia's aspiration to be an education hub for the region. The graduates of PNC usually gain immediate employment locally and internationally, and enjoy a lucrative career with excellent job opportunities. To date, PNC graduates enjoy 100% employability.
In preparing students to become efficient and effective healthcare providers, PNC also develops them to become holistic individuals through various activities jointly organized by the College and the Student Body Association such as:
PNC International College of Nursing And Health Sciences (PNC) is a subsidiary
of KPJ Healthcare Berhad, a key private healthcare services provider.
Established on 1 April 1991, PNC has been a progressive and entrepreneurial institution of higher learning right from the start, With an international vision, it places students at the core of everything it does.
PNC has 16 years of valuable experience and an unsurpassed academic track record that makes it a premier college of higher learning recognized locally and internationally,
It has registered a growth that is dynamic and meteoric and has made an indelible mark in its achievements ever since its inception.
Its rapid expansion to fulfill market demands has made the college not only a very viable business entity but also a reliable and credible service provider.
PNC has a tradition of purposeful nurturing of talents, in tandem with the ideals of care, perseverance, adaptability, versatility and selflessness,
The students are instilled with a universal attitude which unifies and synthesizes; transcends racial, cultural, social and geographical boundaries; and prepares them to deliver the best healthcare services to the patients and customers.
|Tradition of Academic Excellence
Reputed not only to be the first private nursing college to initiate a Diploma in Nursing Programme, PNC is also the first to have its Diploma in Nursing Programme accredited by the Lembaga Akreditasi Negara (LAN). Set apart with a unique competitive edge, PNC launched its training with a first intake of 30 students in September 1991, Since then PNC has maintained its tradition of academic excellence with 100% success rate in the Nursing Board Terminal Examination. PNC now offers ten programmes which include Diploma in Nursing, Diploma in Medical Imaging, Diploma in Pharmacy, Diploma in Physiotherapy, Certificate in Health Management and Leadership, Critical Care Nursing, Renal Nursing, Paedriatic Nursing, Operating Department Practice Course and Nurse Education/Teaching. PNC's roles and objectives have become more significant in line with the growth of the industry, responding promptly to the human capital requirement for nurses and allied healthcare professionals to meet the needs of other private and public healthcare institutions in the country To date PNC has produced approximately 2,000 Nursing and 500 Healthcare professionals with Degree, Diploma and post-graduate specialization qualifications. The current student population of PNC stands at 1,300.
This tradition of academic excellence is further enhanced and galvanized by a team of dedicated, well qualified and widely experienced lecturers who inspire students to unleash their potential and develop holistically. PNC has built strong international alliance with foreign universities primarily from Australia and United Kingdom, This successful cooperation and alliance has provided PNC with an enriched combination of resources - advanced, unique and professional support of quality and diversity. As early as 1994 PNC forged a sound working relationship with University of South Australia (UniSA) to undertake several nurse education programs. PNC and UniSA have collaboratively trained 1 77 Critical Care Nurses; 65 graduates in Teaching and Education for Senior Nursing Officers, Nurse Lecturers and Nurse Instructors, and 235 Heads of Services and Executives in Healthcare Management and Leadership, The college has also collaborated with Edith Cowan University and Curtin University, Western Australia for post-basic nursing education. Through PNC's continuing ties with Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom for the Operating Theatre Practice Programme since 1997, 132 Trained Theater Practitioners have been produced.
Puteri Nursing College (PNC)
PNC International College of Nursing And Health Sciences
a private nursing college subsidiary of Kumpulan Perubatan Johor (KPJ) the Healthcare Division of Johor Corporation
Puteri Nursing College (PNC) is a subsidiary of Kumpulan Perubatan Johor (KPJ) the Healthcare Division of Johor Corporation.
It is a private nursing college owned and managed by KPJ.
The approval to set-up the nursing college from the Ministry of Health was obtained on 1st April 1991.
The establishment of PNC marked a turning point in the development of Nursing Education in Malaysia as PNC is the first Nursing Training Institution to be named a “College” and the first to start the Diploma in Nursing Programme recognized by the Ministry of Health.
The first official premise of PNC was the three-storey building along Jalan Pahang, next to Pusat Pakar Tawakal, Kuala Lumpur.
PNC was officially launched by the Ministry of Health, YB Dato’ Lee Kim Sai on 9th January 1992.
Reputed to be the first private nursing college to start Diploma in Nursing Programme, PNC launched its training education with the first batch of 30 students in September 1991. Headed by the 3 pioneer Nurse Lecturers, the group has successfully completed the 3-year programme with 100% passes on 24th September 1994.
PNC is also the premier college to be affiliated with internationally renowned universities for several post basic programmes.
Several Memorandums of Understanding have been signed between PNC and foreign counterparts to conduct advanced nursing programmes at PNC.
PNC’s endeavours for producing qualified, caring, efficient and respectable graduates are strongly supported by an academic core group of dedicated, dynamic and experienced lecturers.
Armed with the motto, “Towards Excellence in Nursing Education and Healthcare Services”, PNC believes in maintaining high standards of nursing education and ensuring credible and reliable nursing training to all its students.
As such, the discipline and culture of proactive and continuous improvement is inculcated in all staff of PNC.
Puteri Nursing College (PNC) is a private nursing college owned and managed by KPJ. The establishment of PNC marked a turning point in the development of Nursing Education in Malaysia as PNC is the first Nursing Training Institution to be named a “College” and the first to start the Diploma in Nursing Programme recognized by Malaysia Ministry of Health.
The first official premise of PNC
was the three-storey building along Jalan Pahang, beside Pusat Pakar Tawakal,
Kuala Lumpur. Puteri Nursing College building completed in 2005 with about 1000
students at present
Reputed to be the first private nursing college to start Diploma in Nursing Programme, PNC launched its training education with the first batch of 30 students in September 1991. Headed by the 3 pioneer Nurse Lecturers, the group has successfully completed the 3-year programme with 100% passes on 24th September 1994. PNC is also the premier college to be affiliated with internationally renowned universities for several post basic programmes.
Several Memorandums of Understanding have been signed between PNC and foreign counterparts to conduct advanced nursing programmes at PNC. PNC’s endeavors for producing qualified, caring, efficient and respectable graduates are strongly supported by an academic core group of dedicated, dynamic and experienced lecturers.
PNC International College of Nursing And Health Sciences is the first nursing school in 1991 to present the first diploma nursing programme implemented by the Health Ministry of Malaysia
All nursing colleges in Malaysia followed suit the following year in 1992.
PNC is a subsidiary of Kumpulan
Perubatan Johor the Health care Division of Johor Corporation. It is a private
nursing college owned and managed by KPJ. Kumpulan Perubatan Johor is one of the
largest health care groups in Malaysia offering diverse and integrated range of
Since then, PNC International College of Nursing And Health Sciences has maintained a significant track record of 100% passes for every intake of its students. By the end of December 2005, PNC had successfully enrolled 1,801 nursing students which include 1,125 in Diploma in Nursing holders.
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