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The Clinical Officers Council

Description

The Clinical Officers Council have been known by several other titles, including hospital attendants and hospital assistants and later assistant medical officers and certified clinical officers. Today, the training, registration and licensing of all clinical officers is regulated by the Clinical Officers Council (COC), which was established by an Act of parliament – the Clinical Officers (Training Registration & Licensing) Act Cap 260 of 1989. The COC works to ensure that clinical officers are trained to address current health needs and deliver high quality health services.

While the training of clinical officers started 1928 with hospital-based certificate programs, today clinical officers are trained in 35 institutions across Kenya. In 2009, Mt. Kenya University began offering clinical officer education at the degree level. To date, the COC has registered over 13,000 clinical officers to practice in Kenya.

 Vision
To be a leading regulatory body for clinical practitioners in the East Africa region.
Mission 
To ensure standardized training, efficient and effective registration and licensing of clinical officers for the provision of quality health care services in Kenya.
Core Values
  • Integrity – Members and staff will operate with unquestionable moral standards.
  • Ethical – Members and staff will at all times adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct.
  • Accountable – Members and staff will be responsible and transparent.
  • Customer Focused – Members and staff will be responsive to customers’ needs in a timely, efficient and fair manner.
  • Self Motivated – Members and staff will be proactive.

The Clinical Officers Council

Contacts

Location;Jameson Court, Suite A5. Ngong Road

P.O. Box 19795, Nairobi 00202

Tel: 020-2722618

Fax: 020 722618

Email: [email protected]

The Clinical Officers Council

The Clinical Officers Council