College Through The Ages
The School of Nursing at P.D. Hinduja National Hospital was established in 1981 by the great visionary
and pioneer Mrs. Lalita Girdhar Hinduja, who believed in providing world class nursing care to all.
The goal of the P. D. Hinduja National Hospital & Medical Research Centre College of Nursing is to set national standards for excellence in the education of nurses, lead the development and application of clinically relevant science, and create service strategies for meeting the health needs of a diverse society.
This goal is supported by the dynamic, multidisciplinary institutional philosophy of P.D. Hinduja National Hospital & MRC to provide "Quality Care for All" through a unified approach towards education, research and clinical practice.
The P.D. Hinduja College of Nursing has a rich heritage of over 33 years with more than 677 graduates and 82 postgraduates in India and abroad. School of Nursing was upgraded to College of Nursing in the year 2006
Landmarks in the P. D. Hinduja National Hospital & Medical Research Centre College of Nursing
- NAAC 'A' Accreditation in 2012
- The only School of Nursing in India to be ISO 9002 certified
- Track record of 100% pass rate with meritorious positions at State Level examinations
- The School of Nursing has been upgraded to the College of Nursing affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Nashik (MUHS) and approved by Indian Nursing Council (INC) & Maharashtra Nursing Council (MNC).
- MSc Nursing started from 2010
- Commencement of Ph.D. Nursing in 2014
- Commencement of MSc Nursing In Child Health Nursing in 2014