Hyacinth Chen Nursing School
|President||Dr. Herbert J. Thompson|
|Location||Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica|
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The Hyacinth Chen School of Nursing was officially opened on the 10th of August 2008 on a location directly across from the Northern Caribbean University campus across from NCU's Dental Centre located in Mandeville, Jamaica.
The school is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica. The school is being named in honour of Mrs. Hyacinth Chen, the mother of major donor, Michael Lee-Chin, Jamaican/Canadian businessman.
The school will hold 800 nursing students and will reduce Jamaica's nursing shortage.
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