KeMU cleared by EAC to continue offering Medical Training

East Africa medical boards and councils have cleared Ten Kenyan Universities offering medical and dentistry courses in the country, including Kenya Methodist University. The inspection was conducted in the country from January 16 to 22 and those involved included Prof David Ngassapa, the vice-chair of Tanganyika Medical Council, Prof Magoha, Prof Joel Okullo, the chairman of Uganda Medical and Dental Council and Dr Emannuel Rudakemwa, the registrar of Rwanda Medical Council.

The objective of the inspection was to ascertain whether the universities and their teaching hospitals are complying with the minimum standards and guidelines as approved by the EAC boards and councils to successfully train competent medical practitioners and dentist.