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St. Lucia Blood Bank prepares for World Blood Donor Day

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Shootings, stabbings, domestic violence, road accidents, hemorrhaging during child birth, dialysis and the list can go on, are all connected. All these tragic usually sudden events require one precious...

Owen King EU Hospital receives supplies

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PRESS RELEASE:-Up to six Container loads of equipment and furniture earmarked the Owen King EU Hospital (OKEUH) were destuffed on the grounds of the new hospital revealing high-end tools,...

One patient, one record

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PRESS RELEASE:- The Owen King EU Hospital (OKEUH) will receive technical support in setting up its Health Management Information System (HMIS) from a UK based company called RIOMED. A representative...

Flow Helps Promote Local Bodybuilding, Health and Fitness

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Flow’s sponsorship of the 2016 Sidonie Invitational Body Building and Fitness classic has demonstrated once again that the company remains deeply committed to supporting local sports and the development...
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Cancer screening to be held at Gros Islet Polyclinic

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The Community Health Nursing Service through the staff of the Primary Health Care Department of the Gros Islet Polyclinic will be hosting a walk-in cancer screening clinic, on Wednesday,...

MOH investigating H1N1 death

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The Ministry of Health (MOH) has launched an investigation into the death of a nine year old from H1N1, Chief Medical (CMO), Doctor Merlene Fredericks has disclosed. The death was...

Dreaded superbug reaches the US

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MSN News:- For the first time, researchers have found a person in the United States carrying a bacteria resistant to antibiotics of last resort, an alarming development that the...

Update on St. Jude hospital

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Our government is extremely pleased that St. Jude Hospital is finally nearing completion. There have been many challenges in completing this hospital and I must admit that this process...

SLP promises health care for all

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Hon. Alvina Reynolds, Minister for Health, Wellness, Human Services and Gender Relations, spoke with passion and commitment today at an SLP Press Conference as she described the SLP’s intention...
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Networking to Combat Zika and other Mosquito borne Diseases

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Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis, 19th May 2016.   Zika, the latest mosquito borne disease, has been reported in more than 30 countries of the Americas.  This disease, along with...