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University Students To Conduct Health Survey In Nevis

Nicole Slack-Liburd – Health Ministry Charlestown, Nevis June 12, 2012 Health Planner in the Ministry of Health on Nevis Mrs. Nicole Slack-Liburd urged members of the public to participate in two health related surveys being conducted on Nevis till the end of June by the University of Virginia students in …

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Kittitian Eyes Hospital Administrator’s Post

Graduate Seeks Post at Joseph N. France General Hospital Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis June 12, 2011 (CUOPM) A Kittitian who graduated from Monroe College New Rochelle Campus in New York on Saturday has her eyes set on becoming Administrator of the Joseph N. France General Hospital. “I plan to …

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St. Kitts – Nevis Approves Medical University – Hospital

Medical Tourism Will Grow With University – Hospital Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis December 17, 2008 (CUOPM) Government has approved a proposal for the development of a medical university and university hospital on St. Kitts. Minister of State for Information, Sen. the Hon. Nigel Carty said approval in principle had …

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Bank Of Nevis Donates To Health Services On Nevis

Charlestown Nevis
February 27, 2008
Equipment to the tune of $21,000 was donated to the Community Health Services on Nevis by the Bank of Nevis at a brief handing over ceremony held at the Conference Room of the Administration Building, Charlestown on Tuesday February 26, 2008.
 
In accepting the gifts which include 6 Health-O-Meter scales, 6 examination lamps and 3 Dell computers was Minister of Health of the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) the Hon. Hensley Daniel recorded the Administration’s gratitude for the bank who partnered in its provision of preventative care for young children and in Port health.
 
“We are indeed grateful for the bank joining us to be able to, as it were do interventive and preventive care with our young children at the Health Centers, so that if there are problems with growth and development of children the equipment provided will be able to help us.  In so far as it relates to Port health and the global exchanges taking place with travel, it is very important for us to be able to track diseases.

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Nevis Hospital Receives Vital Sign Monitors

Charlestown, Nevis
February 27, 2008

A number of high-tech machines were recently added to the Alexandra Hospital’s inventory of modern medical equipment.  Dr. Cardell Rawlins accepted two essential high-tech PRO PAQ Vital Sign Monitors on Wednesday February 27th 2008, on behalf of the hospital, from a well known local charitable organisation.
 
Dr. Rawlins, Medical Chief of Staff at the Alexandra Hospital, expressed gratitude to the President of the Alexandra Hospital Infirmary Auxiliary, Ms. Claristine Claxton for the Monitors which cost EC $57,457.72.
 
“I would like to say a hearty thank you to Ms. Claxton and the Auxiliary and we hope that our partnership with them can continue,” he said.

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