School of Nursing, attached to the hospital, trains Multi-Purpose Health
Workers who are willing to work among the rural population, teach them
the basic rules of hygiene, sanitation and thus promoting their health
& improving the quality of their lives. The two-year program is accredited
by the Chrstian Medical Association of India, Govt. of Tamil Nadu, and
Indian Nursing Counsil.
The Multi Purpose Health Worker – MPHW
(ANM) is introduced with the following aims and objectives:
produce quality health workers, who will function as important members
of the Health team
To prepare health workers to work among the rural
population by teaching them the basic rules of hygiene, and sanitation
To promote rural health and to improve the quality
of rural lives
To motivate the most under privileged especially the
local tribal students to enter into the nursing profession
To promote rural health by training young villagers
as health workers and encourage them to work among their own community
and strive to improve their quality of life
To enlarge the scope of the areas of service of Bethany
Medical Centre to benefit the growing rural population
School of Nursing aims to provide an environment conducive for physical,
spiritual and social well being of the student, apart from imparting
Self financed , No aid from government or from any
Student target group, low-income group and tribal
girls who cannot afford to study GNM/B.Sc Nursing.
Low fee structure.
Scholarships/sponsorships are given to deserving students.
No capitation or donation collected from students.
Our vision is to teach the villagers so that they are empowered to make educated decisions regarding their health care. The hospital also trains many locals in basic and community health care and sends them among their own people as health workers. This further extends our wings to conduct health care facilities in different neglected areas.
Bethany Medical Centre is situated in an ideal location at Anaikatty hills on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, thus enabling us to care for about 150 villages with a population of nearly two lakhs.
Due to our specialization in Cardiology, General Surgery, and Maternity departments, we cater to patients from nearby cities such as Coimbatore also.