Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana

Care, Protection and Service

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  • The triad (President of GRNA, Mr. Kwaku Asante-Krobea, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Mr. George Kumi Kyeremeh and Registrar of N&MC, Mr. Felix Nyante) in a pose during the Nurse-Managers workshop on Ebola Viral Disease
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  • The Registrar, Mr. Felix Nyante addressing staff of N&MC in Winneba during the 2014 mid year performance review programme

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  • A section of staff of N&MC during the 2014 mid year performance review held in Winneba

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  • Registrar of N&MC, Mr. Felix Nyante, delivering a Presentation at the Nursing Process workshop organized by Valley View University

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  • Staff of N&MC during the inauguration of N&MC Staff Co-operative Credit Union

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  • Participants and facilitators at the capacity building workshop organized by CINOP Global

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  • Newly elected executives of HSWU of N&MC
  • Mr. Felix Nyante (1st from Right), Registrar of the Council and also a Member of the Ministerial Advisory Board of the Ministry of Health, in a meeting with the Minister of Health, Dr. Kwaku Agyeman Mensah (1st from Left)
  • A Group photograph of participants and facilitators during the Nurse-Managers workshop on Ebola Viral Disease

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Our Mission

To ensure the availability of trained nursing and midwifery professionals who would give safe, prompt and efficient service that would lead to a cost-effective healthcare and public protection.

Our Vision

To secure in the public interest, the highest standards of training and practice of nursing and midwifery

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Nurses and Midwives practicing in the country can now heave a sigh of relief due to the instant issuance of Temporary PIN (Professional Identification Number) and AIN (Auxiliary Identification Number) which can be accessed in all the Council’s regional offices across the nation.

The temporary PIN/AIN which began in October, 2014 is valid for a period of two months after which an original PIN/AIN would be issued. The PIN or AIN is renewable every two years.



The Hon. Minister of Health, Dr. Kwaku Agyemman Mensah (Head of table) chairing a meeting of the Advisory Board. Second from right is the Registrar of the Council, Mr. FelixNyante

The Registrar of the Nursing and Midwifery Council, Mr. Felix Nyante has been appointed by the Minister of Health Dr. Kwaku Agyemang Mensah, as a member of the eleven member advisory board of the Ministry of Health.

The objective of the advisory board is to advice the Minister of Health on matters relating to health care delivery in the country and devising innovative ways of improving the performance of the health sector.



Staff of the Council have joined the Health Services Workers’ Union (HSWU), Hurray!!! Members of N&MC branch of the HSWU have subsequently elected seven of their colleagues as executives to serve a term of four years in office.

Their responsibility is to organize, protect, defend and educate all members to secure better conditions of services and job security through negotiations, collective bargaining and social dialogue to enhance productivity.

The maiden elections, which saw a 70% voter turnout made up of both senior and junior staff, were held at the Head office of the N&MC.


The seven- member Executive is made up of Mr. Collins Twum-Baah (Chairperson), Mr. Dela Anane (1st Vice Chairperson), Ms. Millicent Glover (Secretary), Mr. Solomon Kojo Kafui (Assistant Secretary), Mr. Richard Gyamera (1st Trustee), Ms. Rita Afotey (2nd Trustee).




“Sharpen the sword and work with passion” was the central theme of the opening remarks given by the Registrar of the Council, Mr. Felix Nyante when he opened a Tailor Made Training programme for nursing and midwifery staff of the Council.

The modular training programme which is facilitated by CINOP Global is under the auspices of the Netherlands Embassy in Accra. It is aimed at building the capacity of the aforementioned staff of the Council by equipping them with Leadership and Strategic Management skills, knowledge on keys to manage and review and Management of information systems.

Mr. Nyante urged the participating staff to utilize the knowledge and skills that would be gained from the programme in the execution of their duties.



A total number of 18 newly employed staff of the Nursing and Midwifery Council have undergone a two-day orientation to educate them on the functions and operations of the Council.

The new employees have been assigned to the Central administration, Examination Unit, Publications, Licensing, Public Relations, Pin Room, Certification, Client Service, IT and Monitoring and Evaluation Units at the Council’s Head Office.

Welcoming the new employees, the Registrar of the Council, Mr. Felix Nyante said the Council operates strictly in accordance with high professional standards to ensure quality health care provision by nurses and midwives practicing in the country.

Mr. Nyante said the current operations of the Council have best been described by its clients and the general public as good. He indicated that this was achieved through the loyalty and enthusiasm exhibited by the existing staff of the Council. He therefore urged the new employees to embrace the challenge of moving the Council from good to great.

The Registrar noted that his paramount wish is to hear the Council’s stakeholders referring to it as a great organization and called for their support to make this dream come true.



The Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) in collaboration with the Directorate of Nursing and Midwifery Services (Ministry of Health), the Ghana Registered Nurses Association (GRNA) and the Ghana Registered Midwives Association (GRMA) organized a day’s national workshop on the Ebola Viral Disease in August with the objective of complementing the efforts of the Ministry of Health and the Ghana Health Service in terms of Nursing and Midwifery preparedness should there be any outbreak in the country.

The about one hundred (100) participants were Nursing and Midwifery Managers from health facilities across the country.

In an address, the President of the Ghana Registered Nurses Association, Mr. Kwaku Asante Krobea described the outbreak the Ebola disease as the mother of all health battles which has caught the attention of the health system of all countries and a major concern for the World Health Organization (WHO).


Performance Management Workhop

The staff of N&MC from the 22nd - 24th February 2013 undertake a Performance Management Training.


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