1977 (B.E. 2520)
Boromarajonani College of Nursing Chiang Mai was founded as “Chiang Mai Midwifery Health School” and established near the Mothers’ and Children’s Health Center at 36 Prachasamphan Rd., Tambol Changkhlan, Amphoe Muang, Chiang Mai. It was an educational institute affiliated with the Department of Health, Office of the Permanent Secretary of Public Health, Ministry of Public Health.
The College began offering an 18-month Midwifery Certification Program. From 1977 to 1983 there were 12 graduating classes and a total of 559 students graduated from the college.
1984 (B.E. 2527)
The College began offering a 2 years Community Health (Midwifery) Certification Program. From 1984 to 1987 there were 6 graduating classes and a total of 359 student graduated from the College
1987 (B.E. 2530)
The College changed its name to “Chiang Mai Nursing and Midwifery College” and began offering a 2 years Basic Nursing and Midwifery Certification Program. From 1987 to 1997 there were 14 graduating classes and a total of 745 students graduated from the college.