AMDA Institute of Health Science (AIHS) formerly known as AMDA Health Manpower Development Center was established in 1996 as an academic program of AMDA Nepal under AMDA Hospital. It has got accreditation from the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT). Every year 40 students can be enrolled for PCL nursing education, 40 students for Community Medical Assistant (CMA), 40 students for Laboratory Assistant, and 40 students for Auxiliary Nurse Midwifes (ANM) training program. AIHS is well prepared and also run PCL in general medicine (HA program). Student in this institute also gets good OJT (on the job training) and exposure within AMDA Primary Health Center inside the Bhutanese refugee camps. Student also conduct community health OJT in and around Damak for the promotion of public health activities
AIHS has own academic building and well equipped library and laboratory set-up. Infrastructure has been developed to meet the national standard. The training block was constructed with the support of Embassy of Japan in 2005.
- Provision of "HIROMORI" Scholarship to socially and economically underprivileged students every year.
- 100% PCL nursing students secured distinction (more than 80% marks) in the final board exam conducted by CTEVT.
- Every year 200 students are enrolled in the course: 40 Staff Nurse, 40 in HA, 40 in ANM, 40 in CMA and 40 in Lab.
- Tuition fee and other expenses are economic compared to other similar institution.
- Adequate exposure for students in its own hospital and PHCs.
- Well set-up "KANAGAWA" library, resource room, practical facility and spacious class rooms.
- Qualified and well trained trainers are involved for teaching.
- Provided 100% scholarship to the students from marginalized community (supported by UNWFP, UNHCR).
- Conducted additional academic programs to the referred student from the Nepal Government.