Tartu Health Care College

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Tartu Health Care College
Established 1811
Rector Anneli Kannus
Location Tartu,  Estonia
Website www.nooruse.ee

Tartu Health Care College (Estonian: Tartu Tervishoiu kõrgkool) is a higher education institution providing training to healthcare specialists in Estonia. The current rector of Tartu Health Care College is Anneli Kannus.

History[edit]

Professor Chr. Fr. Deutsch established a school for midwives in Tartu at 1811. During its 200 years of history, the college has existed under many different names and has provided instruction in several areas of specialization and levels of study. In 2005 the school received the name of Tartu Health Care College.[1]

Curricula[edit]

Tartu Health Care College has 9 study programmes [2]

Higher education programmes
  • Nursing
  • Midwifery
  • Radiography
  • Physiotherapy
  • Biomedical Science
  • Environmental Health
Vocational education programmes
  • Care Worker
  • Emergency Medical Technician

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Coordinates: 58°21′55″N 26°41′29″E / 58.3653°N 26.6913°E / 58.3653; 26.6913