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Welcome to Kenya School for Integrated Medicine

Kenya School of Integrated Medicine was founded in 2007 with the goal of providing educational opportunities for Kenyan youth, particularly in Kwale County. Currently, we are Kwale County's only private Health College offering this health education with a strong focus on preventative healthcare. Working directly with the MOH Kwale County, our students acquire job experience in local hospitals and health facilities through mentorships. In this approach, we directly contribute to the health and welfare of the community

Kenya School for Integrated Medicine (KSIM) aims to improve health through offering high quality training and linking directly to a more holistic and integrated approach in health care. Our competency-based learning methods give students a comprehensive and exciting learning experience. 

Our interventions are based on the following pillars: 

  • Expanding health care opportunities by offering education at Certificate and Diploma levels in Community Health, Community Development and Social Work, Counselling Psycholog.
  • We strive to ensure that students trained at Kenya School for Integrated Medicine complete their Health education programs successfully, as we focus on preparing them to get employment in the health sector.
  • Through the Community Health activities, we reach out and provide health care to people across the country, especially those living in remote areas. This is part of our support towards promoting Universal Health Care (UHC), one of the Kenyan Government main Agenda. 
  • By collaborating with local Government and medical training Institutions within Kenya and internationally, we maintain high standards in our education and healthcare programs.


To offer health education and support the development of healthcare in Kenya 


To empower a new generation of healthcare workers to support the provision of accessible, affordable and effective healthcare for all Kenyans 


What can I study with a KCSE grade of D?

At the Kenya School for Integrated Medicine in Kwale Kenya, You can study at certificate level, in the following subjects: Community Health, Nutrition and Dietetics, Community Health and Social Development.

   Is the Kenya School for Integrated Medicine an accredited College?

Yes, the Is the Kenya School for Integrated Medicine is an accredited college. We are fully accredited and recognized as a tertiary institution by the following regulatory authorities: Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVETA), TVET Curriculum Development, Assessment and Certification Council (TVET CDACC), Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), and Kenya Nutritionists and Dieticians Institute (KNDI).

Is the Kenya School for Integrated Medicine a homoeopathic college?

The Kenya School for Integrated Medicine is no longer a homoeopathic college. We started in 2007 as a homoeopathic college, but today we are an accredited health college. But you can still pursue an introduction to Homoeopathic Medicine. We also teach Community Health, Nutrition and Dietetics, Community Health and Social Development, and Counselling Psychology.

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