The nursing program at BMC was established in the academic year 2009-2010. The program mission is “To provide high quality nursing education which will result in graduating qualified nurses and researchers who are able to provide a diverse health care and take leadership education roles that are necessary for improving the health and quality of life of the community”. The program is aligned with the Saudi Mission 2030 and is dedicated to elevating the standards of nursing education, research, leadership, and the quality of patient care.

Message from the head of program

Head of Nursing program

Dr. Wafaa Al-Johani

I am delighted to welcome you to the Nursing Program at Batterjee Medical College (BMC)-Jeddah Branch. Nursing is a profoundly humanistic profession dedicated to delivering compassionate care to individuals, families, and communities. It is the most in-demand profession around the globe, and it plays an important role in addressing the health care needs of individuals. The nursing program in BMC-Jeddah is attracting a huge number of students who are passionate about learning, and educators who are keen to implement the best teaching and learning methods. The Key advantages of BMC nursing program includes clinical competence, evidence-based practice, patient-centered care, critical thinking skills, interprofessional collaboration, ethical and legal understanding, adaptability to the changing healthcare environment and preparation for licensure and certification.

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