Wecare College of Health Technology (WECCOHTECH) Iperu-remo, Ogun State is a privately-owned institution that’s incorporated by the Corporate Affairs Commission, approved by Ogun State Ministry of Education and Licensing Bodies of Accredited programmes.

We located along old Shagamu-Ibadan expressway, adjacent Catholic Seminary, Iperu-remo in Ogun state.

The College became operational in September, 2016 to:
1. Bridge the disproportion between urban and rural health workers
2. Provide more post-secondary education space for our youth population
3. Give students’ a functional system of education

Our Vision

Our vision is to produce well trained mid-level health care workers equipped with 21st century innovation, entrepreneurship, information, communication and technological skills.

Our Mission

Our mission is to build excellent minds suited for emerging health issues in government and private establishments, locally and internationally through unparalleled and innovative education delivery.

We start our students on a journey of life-impacting health career through our unrivaled holistic educational concept of empowerment, enrichment, employ-ability and endowment.
To achieve our objectives, our holistic and unrivaled educational concept revolves around:
1. The laudable curricula programmes, as spelt out by the various course-regulating bodies.
2. Life skills
3. Entrepreneurship/Innovation
4. Information communication and technology
5. Health economics
6. Project development, implementation and evaluation
In addition to providing high quality instruction to students in formal classes, the academic division, along with other units in the college, provides many learning experiences outside the classroom because we know it requires more than the traditional classroom to succeed in life.

Long Term Outlook

  1. We want to provide value-added healthcare services for the community and beyond.
  2. We want to be the most-sought after institution in terms of producing dependable and indispensable health workers.
  3. We want to drive healthcare innovations to benefit the community.
  4. Support new initiatives in education, innovation and community health service.