AMDA Institute of Health Science
AMDA Nepal established AMDA Health Manpower Development Center under AMDA Hospital with the approval of the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) to prepare middle-level health human resources in 1996. In the beginning, Technical School Leveling Certificate (TSLC) level programs: Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) and Medical Lab Technology (Lab Assistant) were launched. In 1997, Community Medical Assistant (CMA) course was added.
Similarly, in 2008 Proficiency Certificate Level/Diploma Level Nursing (Staff Nurse) program has been started.
In 2012, AMDA Health Manpower Development Center was renamed as AMDA Institute of Health Science (AIHS).
In the academic session of 2012, the CTEVT recognized AIHS as the best institution in the Eastern Development Region on the occasion of its 26th anniversary.
In 2018, the Proficiency Certificate Level/Diploma Level in General Medicine Program (HA) has been launched. Likewise, in 2022 Technical School Leveling Certificate (TSLC) level programs [Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM), Medical Lab Technology (Lab Assistant), and Community Medical Assistant (CMA)] are upgraded to Proficiency Certificate Level/Diploma Level of Medical Lab Technology (Lab Tech.), Radiography, and Physiotherapy.
AIHS students get exposure to AMDA hospital, Zonal hospital, District hospital, Primary Health Care centers, Health Posts, and other health service providers of Province-1. The students get on-the-job training (OJT) in and around Damak to promote community health.