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|How to Obtain Clinical Officer Intern License in Kenya by Kenyans247(m): Sat Feb 2020 07:14am|
To obtain clinical officer intern license, the applicant has to contact the Clinical Officers Council offices. http://clinicalofficerscouncil.org/contact-us/
The applicant has to make sure he or she has all the required documents that are required for this process to be successful and they can be found under the "Required Documents" section of this page or in the Clinical Officers Council's website http://clinicalofficerscouncil.org/internship-education/
Payment of appropriate fees should be made and that can be found under the "Fees" section of this page or in the Clinical Officers Council's Payment Details page.
On completion of this process, the Council will issue to the applicant a license in the prescribed form within sixty days. http://clinicalofficerscouncil.org/what-we-do/payment-details/
Original Academic Certificate
Original School leaving Certificate
Original diploma results slip/certificate from your respective institution dully signed by the authorized persons
Original Clinical Officers Council Indexing Identity Card
Original Clinical Officers Council Examination Results Slip dully signed by the authorized person
Original National Identity Card
Office Locations & Contacts
Clinical Officers Council,
Blue Violet Building, Suite 203, Kindaruma Road Off Ngong Road, Nairobi
P.O. Box 19795 K.N.H.,
Phone No: 0725 705 144
Fax: 020 722618
Map Location http://clinicalofficerscouncil.org/contact-us/
Those who pass the Clinical Officers Council Registration Examination shall be approved and licensed to undergo internship in any of the approved hospitals.
Internship License - KShs. 500
All approved internship centers have been advised not to receive clinical officers seeking for internship without the required documents.
No Clinical Officer shall be allowed to proceed for internship immediately after qualifying from their respective institutions without passing the Clinical Officers Council Registration Examination, approval and licensing by the Council
Place and Date of Birth
ID/No. /Passport No.
Place of Work Address
Place and institution
Signature of Applicant
Need for the Document
All clinical officers who have completed three years institutional training of their basic course in Kenya, are required to undergo one year of internship in an approved hospital.
A Clinical Officer intern is a person holding a diploma in clinical medicine and surgery or similar qualifications recognized by the Council who is undergoing a prescribed period of training in an approved training institution.
Clinical Officer internship is a one year compulsory training undertaken by a clinical officer immediately after completion of his basic training course in an approved training institution and may also include any further institutional training recommended by the Council to be undertaken by a clinical officer who is either trained outside Kenya and who wishes to be registered and/or licensed by the council or who has been assessed by the Council and been recommended for further training
Information which might help
The Clinical Officers Council would like to remind all Clinical Officers that internship is part of Training as stipulated in Clinical Officers (Training, Registration and Licensing) Act, Cap 260. It is therefore mandatory for all newly qualified Clinical Officers to undergo internship for the prescribed period of 12 months as provided for in the rules governing Training, Registration and Licensing for Clinical Officers.
Upon completion of the internship period, an intern shall submit to the Council a duly completed internship assessment from as specified in the Forms and Fees Regulations, duly signed by his supervisors and the medical superintendent where the intern undertook his internship.
Clinical Officers Council Internship Education http://clinicalofficerscouncil.org/internship-education/
Clinical Officers Council http://clinicalofficerscouncil.org/
The Clinical Officers (Training, Registration And Licensing) Act (Cap. 260) http://clinicalofficerscouncil.org/practicing-regulations/
The Clinical Officers Council was established by an Act of Parliament in 1988 with the mandate to regulate the training, registration and licensing of all Clinical Officers under the Clinical Officers (Training Registration & Licensing) Act Cap 260 Laws of Kenya and became operational in 1989.; COC works to ensure that clinical officers are trained to address Kenyans health needs and deliver high quality health services.
The mandate of COC is to oversee the training, registration and licensing of clinical officers as stipulated in Cap 260. In carrying out its mandate, the Council is responsible for:
Inspecting institutions intending to mount training of Clinical Officers, and also approves and reviews curricula and competency manuals for Clinical Officers. It also undertakes regular inspection of the training institutions to ensure maintenance of quality.
Indexing all students trained in approved training institutions before administering a Council examination.
Registering all Clinical Officers after undergoing internship successfully.
Issuing a Practicing License to a qualified Clinical Officer to practice both in the public and private sector, and renews the licenses bi-annually taking into consideration Continuing Professional Development points and observation of professional standards and ethics.
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