Rose M Omutanyi
PRINCIPAL SCHOOL OF NURSING
Rose has worked at the Nairobi Hospital since 1993. She holds a Masters of Science Degree in Nursing, Diploma in Advanced Nursing from the University of Nairobi, Registered Nurse, Midwife and Community health Nurse Diplomas from the Kenya Medical Training College Nairobi.
She previously worked as Nursing officer In - charge of Medical, Surgical, Accident and Emergency unit at Siaya District Hospital, Maternity and Pediatric unit in Kericho District Hospital, Nursing Officer in charge of the Nyayo Health Centre Sigowet in Kericho and as a Lecturer at the K.M.T.C Nairobi. Rose has a wide experience in teaching and clinical nursing and was a Board member of the Nursing Council of Kenya from 2004 to 2009.
Margaret W. Sirma
DEPUTY PRINCIPAL – POST BASIC PROGRAMMES
Mrs. Margaret Sirima – MA (Psy), DAN, KRN, KRM joined the Nairobi Hospital in July 2001. She previously taught at Pumwani School of Midwifery where she also supervised students on Midwifery clinical experience from University of Nairobi and other teaching institutions. She has also taught Midwifery at the Mater Hospital.
She is a member of the Nairobi Hospital Research and Bioethics Committee, NNAK, ECSACON and KCA. She holds a Masters degree in Psychology from Daystar University. She is an alumni of the Cicely McDonnell School of nursing.
She holds and advanced diploma in Nursing from the University of Nairobi and Bachelor of Science (BScN) degree from the Aga Khan University. She is a member of the National Nurses Association of Kenya and ECSACON, the Regional Professional body.
She has worked at the Nairobi Hospital as a Lecturer, for the last seven years, KMTC as a Lecturer and the Ministry of Health in various capacities. She has been trained in various short courses and attended various local and regional Seminars, Workshops and Conferences. She is the Chairperson of the Nursing Process Committee in The Nairobi Hospital.
He has worked at the Nairobi Hospital as a Lecturer for the last four years. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University of Nairobi and he intends to start his masters in Public Health later this year at Kenyatta University. Prior to joining the Nairobi Hospital, he worked as a clinical instructor and care provider at the Aga Khan Hospital, Nairobi.
He has attained a wide experience from many workshops and in - service training. Currently, apart from basic nurse training, he is the electronic learning course one coordinator. He was in - charge of post basic education for one and a half years till March 2006.
Immaculate M. Wambugu
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from the University of Nairobi and is currently on a Master of Nursing Program. She has worked at the Nairobi Hospital for four years. A member of ECSACON and the National Nurses Association of Kenya. She has also worked for Consolata Hospital Nyeri, Moi Referral Hospital and KMTC. She has attained a wide range of experience from in – service trainings local and regional, seminars and conferences.
Jackson Chakaya Tsimba
Jackson is a Kenya Registered Community Health Nurse, with HND in Critical Care Nursing and holds a Bsc (Hons) Child Health from the University of Manchester. He is a certified Instructor in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Advanced Paediatric Life Support, and Advanced Trauma Life Support. He is currently on Msc Clinical Education program with the University of Edinburg -UK.
He has a long experience in clinical practice and training from renowned Institutions. He joins in from the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust where he worked as a Clinical Trainer and a Researcher. He has worked at the Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital as practitioner and a Lecturer where he pioneered the establishment of the Paediatric Nursing School in the region; and has worked in the ICU at CPGH – Mombasa and the Gertrude’s. Earlier on his profession he was a charge nurse at the MOH Voi hospital.
He is a member of the Intensive Care Nurses' - Kenya Chapter and National Nurses Association of Kenya (NNAK), and serves as Vice-Chair of the Kenya Paediatric Nurses –Kenya Chapter. He is also member and a faculty team member of the National Resuscitation Council of Kenya. He has facilitated and presented several papers at national, regional and international workshops.
He is a member of the Royal College of Nursing (UK), an International body that supports, promotes and recognizes nursing practice and education. He has been with the Nairobi Hospital's Cicely McDonell School of Nursing since October 2011.
Gladys M. Mbuthia
She holds a Bachelor of Nursing Degree from Moi University and is currently pursuing a Master of Nursing. She has 5 years of experience in nursing education. Prior to joining the Nairobi Hospital Cicely McDonnell School, she worked as a tutor and clinical nurse in Kijabe School of Nursing and Nyeri Provincial General Hospital respectively. She is a member of the National Nurses Association of Kenya and has attended various medical seminars, workshops and conferences.
Peter Kipkorir Ngeny
Peter has worked for The Nairobi Hospital since 2009. He holds Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from University of Eastern Africa Baraton and has had experience in nursing education since 2005.
Prior to joining The Cicely McDonell School of Nursing, he worked as a lecturer at Maseno Hospital School of Nursing.
He has attained wide experience from medical workshops, seminars, conferences and in-service trainings. He is also certified in basic life support. He is a member of National Nurses Association of Kenya.
He holds a Bachelor degree from Moi University. Has worked at Kakamega Provincial General Hospital, Kendu Adventist Hospital and AIC Kapsowar. He has six years of teaching nurses. He has strong interests in epidemiology.