The Caring for Life Foundation (CFLF) donated two Flowtron units to the Surgical Ward at the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority (HSA). The handover took place on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012. Sarah Hobbs, Deputy Chairperson of CFLF, was present for the handover along with 5 representatives from Scotia Bank, including Human Resource Manager, Lovenia Ebanks.
The Cayman Islands Health Service Authority is delighted to announce the reopening of the Bodden Town Health Centre this coming Monday 17 December, 2012. The clinic has been temporarily closed for the past 6 weeks to make improvements to better serve their patients and the community. The Bodden Town Health Centre can be visited during
Dengue Update as of Week Ending November 10, 2012 Total cases under investigation for dengue since the beginning of the year — 55 s Total results received for 34 cases—16 positives and 18 negatives; 21 cases with results pending. Of the 16 confirmed cases, 8 have reported a travel history to endemic countries and 8
The Caring for Life Foundation (CFLF) donated breast pump to the Maternity Unit at the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority (HSA). The handover took place on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012. Sarah Hobbs, Deputy Chairperson of CFLF, was present for the handover along with Tessa Bodden, a fellow CFLF Board Advisor. Lizzette Yearwood, HSA Chief Executive
Hauling the many magazines donated to Cayman Islands Hospital as part of the Waiting for Josephine campaign can be hard work. But the donation of a trolley has made the task quicker and easier. The Waiting for Josephine hospital magazine appeal, launched earlier this year, received a much-needed boost from Heather Haine’s donation of a
New lab equipment for Cayman Islands Hospital The Caring for Life charitable foundation donated a machine to the Cayman Islands Hospital in George Town that prevents blood from clotting. The machine, worth about $3,000 and called a platelet agitator, works by constantly agitating or gently shaking units of blood to prevent the blood platelets from
Bodden Town health clinic closes for six weeks The Bodden Town Health Centre will close for six weeks for repairs, the Cayman Islands Ministry of Health announced last week. The clinic will close from 1pm Friday, 2 November, until 8.30am Monday, 17 December. While the clinic is closed, visitors to the clinic are advised to