Physiotherapy is a health care profession aimed at changing and improving the mobility, physical independence and quality of life. It focuses on treating a variety of conditions including but not limited to Musculoskeletal, Neurological, Cardio-Respiratory, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Women Health and Sports Injuries
This course prepares you to provide high-quality, safe, patient-centred care in a range of settings. You will practice your clinical nursing skills in our state-of-the-art clinical simulation spaces, which replicate real-world hospital and community facilities, to prepare you for your clinical placements.
The Bachelor's degree in public health (BSPH) aims to improve human health through the development and application of knowledge that prevents disease, protects the public from harmful substances in the environment and promotes public health at the local, national and global level.
The LHV in Maternity department is responsible for providing care at the maternity department under the direct supervision of the nurse: the Labor Room, Delivery room, ensures the neonatal resuscitation and early postpartum follow up of women.
CNAs are essential care providers for hospital, nursing home, and residential care patients, assisting patients with basic activities, such as moving, eating, dressing, and staying sanitary. They also support nurses and other care providers by taking vital signs, including temperature and blood pressure.
The use of ultrasound as diagnostic technique is expanding and evolving in health care settings. It is the noninvasive medical test that serves as a screening tool to identify disease process.
This testing facilities which help in providing fast and accurate care of the patient.