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Fuad: Patients need good service

By Michelle Loubon Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan has said leaders must be held more accountable for the delivery of proper healthcare to the citizenry since the Regional Health Authorities (RHAs) registered about 5,000 complaints for poor service during the […]

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Fenton: PAHO/WHO support vital to region

HEALTH Minister Dr Fenton Ferguson has lauded the Pan American Health OrganiSation and the World Health Organisation (PAHO/WHO) for reaffirming their support to the Caribbean Community (Caricom) countries

Medical industry in the works

The Cave Hill Campus is looking at ways to turn medical knowledge and medical sciences into an industry. Principal and Pro Vice Chancellor of the Campus, Professor Sir Hilary

Fuad: Fast food wrecks kidneys

By SEAN DOUGLAS HEALTH Minister, Dr Fuad Khan, said doctors have found the consumption of processed foods has been ruining people’s kidneys and leading to a crisis in

Gov’t Wants More Talent For Nat’l Health Plan

By Jones Bahamas The committee appointed to organise a national health insurance (NHI) plan is in need of new technical talent to bring the plan to fruition, according to

Functioning of Region Three health facilities gaining attention of Ministry

Although all public health facilities ultimately fall under the purview of the Ministry of Health, the various Regional Administrations still have a responsibility to ensure that everything works. This

NCRHA head orders full report on death of triplets

By Miranda La Rose Chairman of the North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA), Dr Shehenaz Mohammed, has asked the Mount Hope Women’s Hospital for a full report on

Khan: Not enough care caused mortuary foul-up

By Carla Bridglal The vile conditions at the Port of Spain Mortuary were allowed to reach critical stage because nobody took special care and attention to what was

More than 120 babies admitted to GPHC’s Neonatal ICU monthly

Since it has been put into operation, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) has been seeing admission of over 120 babies

Prostate screening examinations deem successful

By Tameika Malone ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Antigua men are becoming more conscious of their health and the benefits of being screened for prostate cancer early. This is

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