Cayman Islands Hospital

The Cayman Islands Hospital, the principal health care facility in the country, is a modern, 139,066 sq. ft., two-story facility with 127 beds. It offers accident and emergency services; a wide range of surgical services; a Critical Care Unit, physiotherapy; a pharmacy;  and laboratory services, including a state-of-the-art forensic unit - along with many other facilities a person would expect in a modern health care setting.

We are a 24-hour full-service medical facility. There are four operating theatres; a dialysis unit; oncology unit; X-ray; morgue; and a forensic and drug testing laboratory. Other facilities include: outpatient specialist clinics, administrative offices, and a modern high-tech electronic health information management section.

Specialist services are available in the fields of: surgery, gynaecology & obstetrics, paediatrics, internal medicine, dermatology, anaesthesiology, public health, orthopaedics, psychology, cardiology, gastroenterology, psychiatry, radiology, nephrology, ophthalmology, ear, nose and throat, reconstructive surgery, faciomaxillary surgery, chronic pain management, complimentary & alternative medicine, chiropractic and urology.

For a full list of our services, visit Services and Specialties page.

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Patient Information

For important information on what to expect and what you should know as a patient, including the admissions procedure, financial services, patient rights and responsibilities, and what to bring for your stay, please read about What You Need to Know.


Physical Location:
#95 Hospital Road
George Town

Mailing Address:
Cayman Islands Health Services Authority
PO Box 915,
Grand Cayman KY1-1103
Cayman Islands

Telephone No:
(345) 949-8600



Free parking is available for patients and their guests. Visitors must park only in designated parking areas. Areas marked for special services such as Emergency or Blood Bank are restricted to persons using those services. Owners of cars parked in these areas will be notified by HSA security and asked to remove their vehicles immediately. Illegally parking in handicapped parking spaces will result in a ticket by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.