About K.K School & College of Nursing

Welcome to K.K School & College of Nursing !


Karachi King’s School & College of Nursing (KKSON & CON) are running under the auspices of New Life Health Care Society (NLHCS), which was founded by our dedicated volunteers, Nurses, Physicians, Doctors and paramedical staff in July, 2003 under the SR ACT of 1860. NLHCS is a non profit volunteer social organization offering free health care services & health education on non profit basis.

 

The NLHCS is running Primary Health Centre (PHC) in different rural areas of Karachi on humanitarian basis. As well, the society is accustomed to arrange free medical camps in different target areas of Karachi for needy and underprivileged communities.

 

The NLHCS has started to contribute its role in nursing education by establishing KK School of nursing (KKSON) for three year Diploma in General Nursing program in Karachi, recognized by Pakistan Nursing Council (PNC), Islamabad.

 

The society has taken another courageous step in nursing education for establishing KK College of Nursing in evening program, affiliated with Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS), Jamshoro. The college aims to produce competent nurses in areas of nursing education, management and community for upliftment of professional image in the country.

 
Vision
The KK School & College of Nursing aspire to be one of the distinguished nursing institutions for developing competent nurses who can provide quality services to their clients holistically nationally and globally.


Mission Statement
The KK SON & CON aim to be center of excellence for producing competent nurse leaders in education, management, community and research.

Philosophy
At KK SON & CON, we believe that:
  • Nursing is a dynamic and creative process.
  • Nursing is encompassing the interaction of the nurses, the client, the family and community.
  • Nurses use theoretical and scientific knowledge for caring human beings and promoting change towards health.
  • Preparation for nursing force requires a broad knowledge based not only in nursing and health sciences, but also in the humanities, natural and social sciences.