Nursing Students Achieve Merit Results

In the Malaysian Nursing Board Examination which was conducted in November 2018, two students from Hospital Fatimah School of Nursing achieved merit results for the Certificate in Assistant Nurse Programme.

Dato’ Chan Yew Mun, chairman of the institution, presented the certificates to Sabrina Casandra A/P Thomas, a self-sponsored student who will be joining the National University Hospital in Singapore and Gerald Ben A/L Gilbert Martin Ben, a Hospital Fatimah sponsored student, who is already employed with the hospital. Another Hospital Fatimah sponsored student, Ruhaidah Binti Rosli was selected to be in the Chairman’s list for the school’s final examination.

The tutor-in-charge, Ms Jasween Kaur, said that all 23 students under her supervision have passed the examination through their hard work and commitment. The facilitation of the academic personnel, have put in lots of effort to train them to what they are today.

Established in 1994, Hospital Fatimah School of Nursing is registered as a Private Higher Institution of Education by the Ministry of Education since 2007 under the Private Higher Institution of Education Act 1996.

Programmes conducted by the school currently are, the Certificate in Assistant Nurse Programme, Diploma in Nursing Programme and an upcoming Advanced Diploma in Midwifery Programme. Students are to sit for their final nursing board examinations to graduate. Principal Ms Rajathy Nadaraja stated that the school achieves 100 per cent pass every year for the Malaysian Nursing Board examination for the programmes conducted.

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