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CDC issues zika travel alert for Montserrat

Following reported local mosquito transmission of zika virus infection, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday issued a zika virus travel notice for Montserrat. Local mosquito transmission means that mosquitoes in the area are infected with zika […]

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17 million Caribbean people to benefit from CARPHA and Mexico MOU

The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the ministry of health of the United Mexican States, through the Federal Commission

PAHO/WHO: Number of babies born with HIV declined 78% in Latin America and the Caribbean

The number of babies born with HIV in Latin America and the Caribbean declined by 78% between 2001 and 2013, according to a new report from the Pan

Glendon Hospital to receive cardiac monitor from USA Stratians for Strat

A ZJB news report states that a cardiac monitor and other accessories for the Glendon Hospital have been purchased and shipped to Montserrat. This follows a report when

Premier confirms hospital project delay but condemns PS Health’s earlier announcement

On a ZJB Radio Talking Health program on July 17, Permanent Secretary (P S) in the Ministry of Health reported that there was a “slight delay” in the

Dinamap Vital Signs Monitor donated to Glendon Hospital

The Montserrat Kent Association through representation by James Hixon and Iola Lee of Montserrat make a donation of monitoring equipment to the Glendon Hospital this morning, July 12,

State-Of-The-Art Hospital Design Near Completion

New Glendon Hospital Proposed Completed Redevelopment [2013] The $34,000,000 XCD Hospital Redevelopment Project, a collaborative effort by the Project Implementation Unit (PIU), Ministry of Health, Ministry of Finance and the Honourable

Women receive gynaecological care from visiting specialist through the Ministry of Health

(GIU) – The Ministry of Health this week is hosting Dr. Lanval Joe Daly an Obstetrician/Gynaecologist, who will be conducting clinics for clients as well as teaching medical

Montserrat Training Emergency Responders to meet International Standards

BRADES, Montserrat – Members of first responder teams including the police and fire service, doctors and nurses are participating in a new series of courses to bring the

Diabetes will have major economic impact on the island

Dr. Michael Owen was speaking the day after he contributed to an audience at the Montserrat Diabetes Association’s annual general meeting which was held on World Diabetes Day,

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