Public Health

Public Health Administration 345-244-2648 or 244-2621

The Cayman Islands has 4,080 active cases of COVID-19 and 2,990 recovered cases.

If you have flu symptoms contact the 24 hour Flu Hotline 1-800-534-8600, 345-947-3077 or email flu@hsa.ky

Additional resources:

  • Report a positive Lateral Flow Test (LFT) result here. Please immediately isolate at home and follow the guidance in the national policy.
  • Request an isolation/quarantine letter: Fill out this online form to request an Isolation Order Letter or Isolation Release.
  • Request a vaccine certificate for travel to the UK: Effective November 1, 2021 the UK will accept Cayman’s digital vaccine certificates through the HSA Patient Portal. This removes the need for individuals travelling to the UK to request vaccination certification letters from Public Health. Those who have signed up for the MyHSA Patient Portal will be able to print out their Covid-19 Vaccination Record to use as proof of their vaccination status.  Click here for more info or to sign up for the MyHSA Patient Portal.
  • Quarantine/Isolation Grocery & Support Services
    Isolation Support Line, 946-3530 or 1-800-534-3530, isolationsupport@gov.ky
    Operating Hours:
    Monday – Friday | 9am – 4pm
    Saturday | 9am – 1pm   (calls on Saturday & Sunday will be forwarded to HMCI Duty Officer)

Click here for Public Health Alerts & Updates

To schedule a COVID-19 PCR test, click here.

For the latest COVID-19 vaccination schedule, click here.

For comprehensive information on Coronavirus Preparedness, visit gov.ky/coronavirus

On the right side of this page (under About) you can find more information on specific Public Health programmes, outbreaks, etc.

About Public Health:

Through five satellite health centres – one for each district in Grand Cayman – the Community Health Services provides primary care across the island. This supports the Cayman Islands Health Service Authority’s firm belief that every member of the community is entitled to the highest possible standard of health care through a community-based health system.

Services provided through the district health centres include general practice, immunisations, maternal and child health care, health education and support of disabled patients in their homes. Home visiting services are also provided.

Public Health programmes include:
•    Health advice and vaccines for international travellers;
•    School Health including primary care, health assessments, vision and hearing tests etc.
•    Nutrition and dietary counselling clinics;
•    Child health including growth and development monitoring;
•    Communicable disease screening;
•    Disease control programmes, including surveillance, immunization (adults and children); and
•    Special programmes relating to Genetics and Sexual health.

 

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