SUZA School of Health and Medical Sciences Courses

The SUZA offers a wide range of Health and Medical Sciences Courses with modern equipment for practical purposes. SUZA School of Health and Medical Sciences Courses are highlighted below.

SUZA School of Health

The School of Health and Medical Science has now been expanded following merging with the College of Health Science (CHS), Zanzibar which was established under Act No. 10 of 1998 of the House of Representatives as a semi autonomous organ. Traditionally, CHS is a continuation of Zanzibar Health Training School which was established in 1838. It was officially inaugurated in 1989 aiming at providing quality health services for improving the life of the people of Zanzibar.

The School of Health and Medical Sciences (SHMS) aims to establish programs designed to produce the much needed health professionals for internal and external uses. The overall objectives of the programs within the SHMS will be to produce quality and relevant health professionals, doctors, nurses, laboratory scientists, and pharmacists who will be able to tackle the present and future health issues.

Also to provide human resources for health within and outside the region and identify, describe the most important health issues in the local and international context.

The School is located in the west district within Urban West Region about 7 Kilometers South of West Zanzibar Town. Access to the College is from Mazizini Police Station through Bakari Jabu Road.

Programmes offered

Undergraduate programmes

Doctor of Medicine
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health

Diploma programmes

Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery
Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences
Diploma in Clinical Medicine
Diploma in Clinical Dentistry
Diploma in EnvironMental Health Sciences
Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences
Diploma in Physiotherapy

Future programmes:

Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing and Midwifery
Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Sciences

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