Private and public health practitioners and the community are invited to a lecture entitled “Oh be careful little ears… Can you hear?”
Parents and guardians are being urged to ensure that their children’s vaccination record is up to date.
The success of the ‘Return to Happiness Programme’ designed to assist children ages 5 to 12 with psychosocial problems due to traumatic events, will be celebrated on Saturday, June 23.
Men and boys across the Territory are encouraged to get screened for the Men’s Health Screenings on Friday, June 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Chief of Drugs and Pharmaceutical Services Mrs. Gracia Wheatley-Smith is urging residents to take the necessary precautions to safeguard their medicines this hurricane season.
Did you know that there is a correct way to check your blood pressure? Health officials and individuals are encouraged to pay attention to how blood pressure is checked.
Chief of Drugs and Pharmaceutical Services, Mrs. Gracia Wheatley Smith has said that persons knowing their blood pressure reading numbers will help to raise awareness of hypertension.
A catch-up immunisation clinic will be held on Tuesday December 19 at the Road Town Health Centre.
The BVI Health Services Authority’s child health immunization schedule has been updated.
The BVI Health Services Authority announces the continued operations of Peebles Hospital during the passage of Hurricane Irma.