Minister Fitzgerald addressed the 2012 induction and awards ceremony of the University of the West Indies School of Clinical Medicine and Research.
NexGen Biomedical, Inc. has new insights into the causes of seizures, including possible explanations of John Travolta’s 16-year-old son’s seizure-related death in the Bahamas.
The world’s largest high school science research competition, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public, announced its top winners in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ports International, Bahamas medical supplier and distributor for Dräger Medical recently hosted a training session on their Neonatal Intensive Care Suite for the clinicians at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
A new Patient Navigation service will focus on the need of Bahamian patients coming to South Florida with complex oncology cases requiring extensive coordination of care.
A group from the University of Virginia School of Nursing was in Grand Bahama to assist in a diabetic education program to study how adults with Type 2 diabetes manage their diabetes.
The hospital in The Bahamas refused to help the uninsured tourists, who had life-threatening injuries, unless they paid ten of thousands of dollars upfront.
The Ministries of Health and Education stated that a suspected case of tuberculosis was reported at the Claridge Road Primary School in February.
Local medical supplier and Medline distributor Ports International Limited recently hosted an Advanced Skin and Wound Care Seminar for local healthcare workers.