Charles Johnson Memorial Campus

Vision

To lead Nursing Education and to achieve excellence in nursing through education and training of nurses and midwives registrable with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) and South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) at Basic and Post-registration levels.

Mission

To produce caring and competent nurses and clinical nurse specialists who will be responsive to the current and future health care needs of the people of KwaZulu-Natal by empowering them with nursing knowledge

Core Values

  • Trust built on truth, honesty and respect
  • Open communication, transparency and consultation
  • Commitment to quality performance
  • Courage to learn, change and innovate
  • Commitment to caring and compassionate service delivery
  • Learners personal development
  • Access to lifelong learning
  • Mobility and progression within education, training and career path

Historical background of Charles Johnson Memorial Campus

The development of Charles Johnson Memorial Hospital emanated from British Wars which were prevailing during 1879 era. Later Charles Johnson Memorial Hospital was established. This led to the development of nurse training in the late 1960's. The new Nursing Campus built between 1988-1990, remained as Nursing School. In 1990 it became a Nursing Campus.

Programmes currently offered

  • Four year Diploma in Nursing for registration as nurse (General, Psychiatric, Community) and Midwifery - R425

Location Lot No. 92 Hlubli Street, Nquthu

Telephone 034 271 6531

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