ECR Academy offers a General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) program, which is a diploma course designed to prepare students for a career in nursing. GNM nursing is a comprehensive program that combines theoretical knowledge with practical training to develop skilled and compassionate nursing professionals. Students learn essential nursing skills and develop competence in providing basic care and support to patients. Students learn about community assessment, health education, disease surveillance, and the role of the nurse in community health programs.
Throughout the GNM program, students engage in clinical training in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, community health centers, and maternity care facilities. These clinical experiences provide opportunities to apply theoretical knowledge, develop practical skills, and gain hands-on experience in providing nursing care to diverse patient populations.
Upon completion of the GNM program, graduates are eligible to work as registered nurses (RNs) and midwives. They can pursue career opportunities in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, community health centers, and other healthcare settings. Graduates may work in areas such as medical-surgical units, maternity care, pediatric wards, intensive care, community health programs, or home healthcare.
ECR Academy's GNM program aims to produce competent and compassionate nursing professionals who can contribute to the healthcare sector. The program adheres to industry standards and prepares students to meet the healthcare needs of individuals, families, and communities.