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Health City and “Have a Heart” Successfully Operate On 100 Children

Health City Cayman Islands has achieved the initial target set by its founder, Dr. Devi Shetty, when it successfully completed 100 heart procedures for children from families with limited financial resources. In partnership with the Have a Heart Cayman organization, […]

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Deyalsingh has dengue fever

Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh, who embarked on a nationwide drive several months ago to encourage citizens to rid their surroundings of potential breeding sites in order to reduce

Patrick Manning has died

Former Prime Minister Patrick Manning has died. He passed away at 8.15a.m at the San Fernando General Hospital. He was 69 years old. Manning was admitted to the

Child dies in St. Lucia after contracting H1N1 virus

A nine year-old girl has died after contracting the H1N1 virus. And the development has prompted Chief Medical Officer Dr. Merlene Fredericks to urge the public to be vigilant

QEH facing huge lawsuit claims

THE QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL (QEH) is facing a number of lawsuits which could cost it big bucks. According to the recently released Auditor General’s report, it would cost the

Detained doctor warded under police guard

The owner of the Weight Loss Clinic, who was detained by police on Monday, is now warded at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital under police guard. According to a

Health City surgeons use robotic technology

Advanced robotic technology is giving orthopedic surgeons at Health City Cayman Islands a leg up in performing complicated knee surgeries. Health City has recently joined hospitals around the world,

CDC rules out Ebola as cause of death of Bahamian patient

A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States has ruled out Ebola as the cause of death of a Bahamian woman

Second doctor with H1N1 dies in Jamaica

A second medical doctor diagnosed with H1N1 died over the weekend, becoming the sixth person to pass away from complications related to that virus in the last month,

Health City completes first ever TAVI procedure in the Caribbean

The first ever Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) undertaken in the English-speaking Caribbean region has been completed at leading tertiary care hospital, Health City Cayman Islands. The complex

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