TEACHING RESOURCES

Anatomy laboratories in medical schools are places where students learn human clinical anatomy through the  dissection of human cadavers. At KCMC, our anatomy laboratory accommodates 160 students at once and students are organized into dissection groups surrounding a table. Each group consisting of 12 to 16 students dissects one cadaver

The KCMU- College biomedical laboratories offer technical training to the laboratory, medical and nursing students at the college. The labs also support both local and international short courses that require laboratory training. Also, the laboratories have the capacity for some research samples analysis.

KCMC is a referral hospital for the Northern Zone of Tanzania (Kilimanjaro, Tanga, Arusha, Manyara, Dodoma and Singida).  In addition, KCMC has well established Outreach Services and Community Health Services, whereby its specialists visit hospitals in many parts of the country by air or by road, with over 250 service days per year.

E-library is a venue found in Block B, Third floor, has 152 computers with Internet access, along with one Overhead Projector and one Auditory system.

The E-Library venue aims to provide basic functional computer services for users who may not have access to such technology at home or elsewhere and also it is useful to obtain the e-resources such as eBooks, different journals through HINARI.

The computer lab aims to provide basic functional computer services for users who may not have access to such technology at home or elsewhere. The computer lab provides an environment for users to get support and assistance with computer related issues. The KCMUCo computer lab is open to all students, faculty and staff.

Computer lab have been equipped with high quality brand of machines consisting of more than 107 iMacs with internet access, along with one Overhead Projector and one Auditory system.

The Regional Dermatology Training Centre or RDTC, in Moshi Tanzania was created in 1992 as a partnership between the Tanzanian Ministry of Health (MoHSW), the Good Samaritan Foundation (GSF) and the International Foundation of Dermatology (IFD).