Nursing and Midwifery Council begins issuance of New PIN/AIN Cards to Practitioners
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has begun issuing the new PIN/AIN cards to practitioners. The new Card currently has five-year validity and replaces the card with a three-year validity. Additionally, the new cards feature enhanced security measures that will reduce the likelihood of them being compromised.
The underlying technology for online payment and PIN/AIN renewal could support greater and greater capabilities for a long time to come. All cards with the three-year validity will be phased out by March 31, 2021
TESTIMONY FROM A CLIENT WHO RENEWED HIS PIN USING THE ‘NMC MOBILE’ APP“
I just want to share a quick note and let you know that the Staff at the Northern Regional Office, Tamale is doing a really good job.With the introduction of the App by N&MC, at first, I thought the App will be difficult to use but upon downloading and creating an account, I have come to appreciate that the Mobile App is easy to manage.
I never had any problem at all. The new APP is evident in all aspects of digitization. I appreciate the attention to detail and creative approach to bringing our PIN/AIN renewal to life online’’ – Abdallah AlhassanFoshegu Health CentreNorthern Region
TESTIMONY FROM A CLIENT WHO WAS ISSUED WITH THE NEW PIN CARD IN CAPE COAST“
Wow. I just renewed my PIN and received my Card with the five-year validity. It was SO SIMPLE. I am blown away. Thanks for being so awesome. High fives!” – Rosemary BaahCape-coast
Good News for all
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has formed a Committee to make proposals and design a road map towards the digitization of the Patient/Family Care Study. This means that soon Candidates for the Patient/Family Care Study will no longer submit hard copies of their work.
Full details of the road map will be communicated in due course this development is part of the Council’s digitization agenda for the Council’s operations. Members of the committee are:1. Dr. Samuel Adjorlolo – Chairman2. Prof. Veronica Dzomeku- Member3. Prof. Victoria Bam- Member4. Dr. Vida N. Yakong- Member5. Dr. Nancy Ebu Enyan- Member.