A lecture series titled “Oh Be Careful, Little Ears Can You Hear” that will focus on hearing impairment, diagnostics modalities of treatment and speech development will be launched next week.
A Sickle Cell Conference will be held on Friday September 7 to share the latest information on revolutionary treatments for the disease.
The public is invited to learn about revolutionary treatment available for the treatment of Sickle Cell disease.
The public is invited to a lecture series that will highlight hearing impairment and language development, and its relationship to NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) graduates.
Minister for Health and Social Development, Honourable Ronnie W. Skelton is featured visiting the site of the Nurse Iris O’Neal Medical Centre in Virgin Gorda to observe ongoing works on the facility.
The Rehabilitation Services (Physiotherapy) Unit of the BVI Health Services Authority has received a piece of exercise equipment as a love-offering from the Methodist Church.
Residents of the West End and Capoon’s Bay areas can now seek medical attention at the restored Capoon’s Bay Clinic.
The BVI Health Services Authority (BVIHSA) is in need of twenty (20) Environmental Services Technicians.
The public is notified that there will be a temporary change to Peebles Hospital visiting hours on Saturday July 14 to facilitate a staff activity.
Private and public health practitioners and the community are invited to a lecture entitled “Oh be careful little ears… Can you hear?”