To establish a sound environmental condition for learning that would facilitate the transfer of appropriate knowledge, skills and attitude to students for effective and efficient delivery of primary health care service in the community.
To have a dynamic and unique training of middle level manpower for the health sector.
The North Eastern State established School of Health Technology Mubi in April of the year 1975. The school was then called Medical Auxiliary Training School, Mubi. Forty (40) students were first admitted, ten (10) each from Borno, Bauchi, Adamawa and Sarduana provinces. They were trained as Community Health Aide.
The name of the school was changed to School of Health Technology in the year 1981. This was in line with a directive from the Federal Ministry of Health asking each state to establish a School of Health Technology to train Health Workers who will provide health care services. All these developments were as a result of change in policies of the World Health Organization from curative to preventive medicine.
Rural Health Assistants were the first set of students trained by the school. In 1981 when the name of the school was changed, new courses were introduced, these include:
The School of Health Technology has continued to grow in population and a number of programmes offered
Grassroot Of Health Services