Doctors continue to be the backbone of healthcare and as such we appreciate their dedication and contributions in safeguarding public health and wellbeing. Following the global pandemic, doctors have emerged as frontline heroes, underscoring their selfless commitment and willingness to be resilient and protect the community.
Dr Delroy Jefferson, , highlighted that, HSA Medical Director & Consultant Anaesthesiologist & Intensivist

In 2023, HSA physicians provided treatment to 41,094 patients, and facilitated 268,782 outpatient clinic visits. In addition, physicians catered to 36,180 at the hospital’s Accident and Emergency Department.

In expanding its service capacity to address the complex and increased needs of patients, the HSA has opened and improved several specialty clinics, including neurology and geriatrics, bringing patients together with skilled and competent doctors with advanced local and international experience.

“With a growing and diverse population, we rely on the expertise of our doctors in providing care that not only meets but exceeds the standard of international care, which has been reinforced with our Joint International Commission (JCI) accreditation,” noted Dr Jefferson.