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Sr. Regina is a member of the congregation of the assumption Sisters of Nairobi. She is a Kenya Registered Community Health Nurse and currently serves as the Diocesan Health Coordinator for the Catholic Diocese of Kitui. 

ADMISSION TO OUR LADY OF LOURDES MUTOMO NURSING SCHOOL

Applications are invited for the following courses starting April 2018:

KENYA REGISTERED COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING [KRCHN] - [3½YEARS]

Minimum Requirements:

  • KCSE Mean Grade C (Plain)
  • Biology C (Plain)
  • English/Kiswahili C (Plain)
  • Mathematics or Physics or Chemistry C- (Minus)

Application Procedure:

  • A written application letter to the principal or
  • Application forms are available at the hospital or can be downloaded from the hospital’s website: www.mutomohospital.or.ke or  Download
  • All application letters must be accompanied by a Bankers Cheque of a non-refundable fee of Kshs. 1,000/- drawn to MUTOMO HOSPITAL NURSING SCHOOL.

 

  • Applications to be addressed to:

The Principal,

Our Lady of Lourdes Mutomo Nursing School,

P. O. Box 16 – 90201,

Mutomo,

Kitui South.

Emily (Rt) from AstraZeneca presents a gift of a heart model for use in Our Lady of Lourdes Mutomo Nursing School. The school opened it doors on 18th September 2017.

Emily (Rt) from AstraZeneca presents a gift of a heart model for use in Our Lady of Lourdes Mutomo Nursing School. The school opened it doors on 18th September 2017.

Our Lady of Lourdes Mutomo Hospital’s laboratory has established a quality system to strengthen its testing capabilities with the goal of becoming accredited to the ISO 15189 standards. The ISO 15189 accreditation encompasses the following laboratory operations:
1.Documents and Records
2.Management Reviews
3.Organization and Personnel
4.Client Management and Customer Service
5.Equipment
6.Internal Audits
7.Purchasing and Inventory
8.Process Controls
9.Laboratory Patient Information Management
10.Corrective Actions/Preventative Actions
11.Occurrence/Incident Management and Process Improvement
12.Facilities and Bio-safety

The BD-PEPFAR program has assessed the laboratory’s ISO15189 accreditation progress through a5-star rating scale Stepwise Laboratory Quality Improvement Process Towards Accreditation (SLIPTA) checklist. 

  • The baseline SLIPTA assessment performed in August 2015 identified key opportunities for improvement.
  • During the first BD mentorship supported by Susan Merrill and Abdirizack Ahmed in January 2016, the laboratory developed a laboratory quality manual, bio-safety manual, established quality control processes and identified quality indicators.
  • The second mentorship (13th – 30th June 2016) has just successfully been completed. The laboratory staff facilitated by Adilene Dominguez and Manju NJ has showed their continuation of ongoing activities by developing over 90 Standard Operating Procedures, performing internal and safety audits, mastering document control, establishing an equipment/method validation program, and complying with infection control standards.
  • The third mentorship towards our laboratory accreditation took place from 21st November – 8th December 2016, facilitated by David Carr and Rajendra Kundalwal. The main accomplishements during the mentorship program included:
    • Creating, Approving  and training  more than 25 SOPs and Forms
    • Developing a pathway for Continuous improvement through Quality Indicators, Charts and Analysis
    • Improving Specimen flow process through upgrading Visual management 
    • Trainings on various Processes (Risk assessment, CAPA, Calibration, Validation, etc.) 
    We trust that our continued hard work will get us to the accreditation level.
     
  • The fourth mentorship took place from February 6th through the 23rd of 2017. Pamela Brion and Steve Knapp worked with the laboratory team to perform assessments and complete the following activities:

• Creation and revision of 10 standard operating procedures
• Continued work on method verification and validation started by previous mentors by providing additional training, protocol/report templates, data analysis templates and performing a precision and reproducibility study for a laboratory electrolyte test
• Implemented an updated procedure and performed training on the management review process and internal audits
• Performed training on the use of control charts for monitoring QC data from laboratory tests
• Developed scheduling for internal audits and equipment maintenance
• Refresher training on the CAPA process and patient confidentiality

  • The fifth mentorship program took place from June 20th, 2017 to July 6th, 2017, facilitated by Jorge de Freitas and John Simpson.  The main objective was to work with the laboratory staff to “strengthen the foundation” to achieve accreditation. 

The following were accomplished:

  1. Previous action items including calibration and installation of equipment, facility improvements
  2. Documentation – organization of SOPs, update of quality manual and SOPs, and other forms to comply with ISO.
  1. Training - Good Documentation Practice, Risk Management/Risk Assessment, Bio-Safety, Internal Audit, Electronic Document/File Management, Inventory and stock control
  2. Quality Improvement - Development of Work - Aids

 We are grateful to the laboratory staff for their dedication and commitment towards the accreditation process. 

 Internal Audit

 

QMS

Spill Cleanup

The Mentors, Laboratory Staff during mentorship.

The bar-chart demonstrates the steady progression towards accreditation.


We applaud our laboratory staff for their great accomplishments and ambitious aim of obtaining 5-stars.

       
  Dr. John Amollo      Everlyne Masua    
  Laboratory Director   Laboratory Manager    
 
   Joseph Mutunga Paul Mulei  John Mbaluka  Dickson Mulwa Irene Kalandi
   Quality Officer  Validation Officer Biosafety Officer  Inventory Officer  Infection Control Officer

Our Lady of Lourdes Mutomo Nursing School has recently been given approval by the Nursing Council of Kenya to Train Registered Community Health Nurses (KRCHN)

The school is located in a serene compound conducive for learning.

The school’s amenities include:

  1. Administration block with offices for the Principal, Assistant Principal and Tutors
  2. Spacious classrooms
  3. Well equipped
  • Skills Laboratory
  • Computer Laboratory
  • Library
  1.  Spacious hostels for both male and female students.

We look forward to contributing to the nursing profession by training excellent nurses. 

 Administration Block

 Hostels

 Hostels

 Leaning Centre

 Library

Skills Lab

Our Lady of Lourdes Mutomo Nursing School has recently been given approval by the Nursing Council of Kenya to Train Registered Community Health Nurses (KRCHN)

The school is located in a serene compound conducive for learning.

The school’s amenities include:

  1. Administration block with offices for the Principal, Assistant Principal and Tutors
  2. Spacious classrooms
  3. Well equipped
  • Skills Laboratory
  • Computer Laboratory
  • Library
  1.  Spacious hostels for both male and female students.

We look forward to contributing to the nursing profession by training excellent nurses. 

 Administration Block

 Hostels

 Hostels

 Leaning Centre

 Library

Skills Lab

Mother of Mercy Funeral was officially opened on 3rd April 2017 by Rt. Rev. Anthony Muheria .

We trust that we shall facilitate meaningful and peaceful ways for families to grieve their loss and celebrate the memories of their loved ones.

We intend to do this by providing information, competence, dignity, warmth and compassion. We will provide respectful services in a comfortable environment, always striving to exceed the expectations of each family that we serve so that we are known by our community for our commitment to quality care. 

 

 

 

 

For more info, visit the photo gallery here.

Mother of Mercy Funeral was officially opened on 3rd April 2017 by Rt. Rev. Anthony Muheria .

We trust that we shall facilitate meaningful and peaceful ways for families to grieve their loss and celebrate the memories of their loved ones.

We intend to do this by providing information, competence, dignity, warmth and compassion. We will provide respectful services in a comfortable environment, always striving to exceed the expectations of each family that we serve so that we are known by our community for our commitment to quality care. 

 

 

 

 

 For more info, visit the photo gallery here.

Our Lady of Lourdes Mutomo Hospital’s laboratory has established a quality system to strengthen its testing capabilities with the goal of becoming accredited to the ISO 15189 standards. The ISO 15189 accreditation encompasses the following laboratory operations:
1.Documents and Records
2.Management Reviews
3.Organization and Personnel
4.Client Management and Customer Service
5.Equipment
6.Internal Audits
7.Purchasing and Inventory
8.Process Controls
9.Laboratory Patient Information Management
10.Corrective Actions/Preventative Actions
11.Occurrence/Incident Management and Process Improvement
12.Facilities and Bio-safety

The BD-PEPFAR program has assessed the laboratory’s ISO15189 accreditation progress through a5-star rating scale Stepwise Laboratory Quality Improvement Process Towards Accreditation (SLIPTA) checklist. 

  • The baseline SLIPTA assessment performed in August 2015 identified key opportunities for improvement.
  • During the first BD mentorship supported by Susan Merrill and Abdirizack Ahmed in January 2016, the laboratory developed a laboratory quality manual, bio-safety manual, established quality control processes and identified quality indicators.
  • The second mentorship (13th – 30th June 2016) has just successfully been completed. The laboratory staff facilitated by Adilene Dominguez and Manju NJ has showed their continuation of ongoing activities by developing over 90 Standard Operating Procedures, performing internal and safety audits, mastering document control, establishing an equipment/method validation program, and complying with infection control standards.
  • The third mentorship towards our laboratory accreditation took place from 21st November – 8th December 2016, facilitated by David Carr and Rajendra Kundalwal. The main accomplishements during the mentorship program included:
    • Creating, Approving  and training  more than 25 SOPs and Forms
    • Developing a pathway for Continuous improvement through Quality Indicators, Charts and Analysis
    • Improving Specimen flow process through upgrading Visual management 
    • Trainings on various Processes (Risk assessment, CAPA, Calibration, Validation, etc.) 
    We trust that our continued hard work will get us to the accreditation level.
     
  • The fourth mentorship took place from February 6th through the 23rd of 2017. Pamela Brion and Steve Knapp worked with the laboratory team to perform assessments and complete the following activities:

• Creation and revision of 10 standard operating procedures
• Continued work on method verification and validation started by previous mentors by providing additional training, protocol/report templates, data analysis templates and performing a precision and reproducibility study for a laboratory electrolyte test
• Implemented an updated procedure and performed training on the management review process and internal audits
• Performed training on the use of control charts for monitoring QC data from laboratory tests
• Developed scheduling for internal audits and equipment maintenance
• Refresher training on the CAPA process and patient confidentiality

  • The fifth mentorship program took place from June 20th, 2017 to July 6th, 2017, facilitated by Jorge de Freitas and John Simpson.  The main objective was to work with the laboratory staff to “strengthen the foundation” to achieve accreditation. 

The following were accomplished:

  1. Previous action items including calibration and installation of equipment, facility improvements
  2. Documentation – organization of SOPs, update of quality manual and SOPs, and other forms to comply with ISO.
  1. Training - Good Documentation Practice, Risk Management/Risk Assessment, Bio-Safety, Internal Audit, Electronic Document/File Management, Inventory and stock control
  2. Quality Improvement - Development of Work - Aids

 We are grateful to the laboratory staff for their dedication and commitment towards the accreditation process. 

 Internal Audit

 

QMS

Spill Cleanup

The Mentors, Laboratory Staff during mentorship.

The bar-chart demonstrates the steady progression towards accreditation.


We applaud our laboratory staff for their great accomplishments and ambitious aim of obtaining 5-stars.

       
  Dr. John Amollo      Everlyne Masua    
  Laboratory Director   Laboratory Manager    
 
   Joseph Mutunga Paul Mulei  John Mbaluka  Dickson Mulwa Irene Kalandi
   Quality Officer  Validation Officer Biosafety Officer  Inventory Officer  Infection Control Officer
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