How to Register for Ghana’s Registered Nurses and Midwives Association
There are steps to follow when you want to register for Ghana’s Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GNMRA).
Use this guide to help you through the registration process in order to become a member of the association and gain access to key resources that will help your career as a registered nurse or midwife in Ghana thrive.
This guide contains step-by-step instructions, so no matter what stage of the registration process you’re currently at, you’ll be able to complete it with ease.
Who is eligible to register?
You may register with the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association if you are a registered nurse or midwife in good standing with the Board of Nursing, Board of Health Service Practitioners, and any other relevant registration bodies.
You can also register if you are training as a registered nurse or midwife.
What are the benefits of registration?
Becoming a registered nurse or midwife in Ghana has many benefits. Registration with the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNWA) is a requirement before you can practice nursing or midwifery in any of the public sector hospitals, clinics, community health posts, maternal and child welfare centers, prevention of mother to child transmission program sites, teaching hospitals, district health management team offices or private institutions.
How do I register?
To register as a nurse or midwife in Ghana, you’ll need to complete the following steps:
1. Log on to https://grnmaportal.org/membership/signup
2. Fill out the RNMWA registration form
What do I need to provide during registration?
The association is free. You will need your national ID card or passport, a passport-sized photos, a certificate of good conduct from the police department, your nursing license with proof of date issued, and four copies of your resume.
#1: Go to the GNMRA office
#2: Fill out registration form
#3: Submit all documents required
What happens after I’m registered?
When you register with the R.N.M.A., they will issue you a membership card, which you should carry with you at all times when practicing nursing or midwifery in Ghana.
If any of your credentials expire, the association will send you an email or text message reminding you to renew them.
The R.N.M.A.’s headquarters are in Accra, but they have regional offices in many other towns around the country where nurses can register as well.
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