Nursing Colleges in Surat






Surat is an ever busy city with loads of business, commercial, social, political, academic and other activities going on. With the growth of the city, the rise in population was inevitable and with the rise in population, the need for more medical facilities became clear. Keeping this in mind several medical colleges, homeopathic colleges and Nursing Colleges in Surat have been established.

The Nursing Colleges in Surat provide the necessary facilities like, laboratories, libraries, well experienced teaching staff, tie ups with leading hospitals and good boarding facilities. Given below is a list of the Surat Nursing Colleges:

  • Aminaben M Gangat Memorial School of Nursing, Surat
  • Metas of Seventh Day Adventists, Surat
  • T and TV School of Nursing, Surat
  • Seventh Day Adventist Hospital, Surat
  • New Civil Hospital, Surat
  • School of Nursing, Surat
  • SMCs Institute of Nursing Education, Surat


  • These colleges are putting their best efforts to produce qualified and apt nurses and medical assistants. To know more about the Nursing Colleges in Surat, please log into the following links:



    Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

     
         


         

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