22 Cuban Health Workers For Georgetown Diagnostic Centre

When the modern medical complex in Georgetown opens, operations at the center will be boosted significantly with a contingent of health experts from Cuba.

Prime Minister Gonsalves on Thursday said that some 22 Cuban health workers would be in the state shortly.

These health workers he said would work alongside their compatriots from St Vincent and the Grenadines, Providing the best possible care.

The Georgetown Medical Complex was recently completed and is expected to be open soon, there have been several missed dates.

Trails have already taken place at the centre, which received some 1.5 million worth of equipment from Taiwan.

The Georgetown Hospital is a Smart Hospital, the first Smart Hospital in the OECS with a Modern Medical Complex.

The Centre was constructed at the cost of over $20 million EC by the Governments of Cuba, Taiwan and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

The Complex will be made up of a surgical, Dialysis and outpatient units.

Services that will be provided include Renal Dialysis for adults and children, Intensive Care, Endoscopy, Ophthalmology, Radiology, Ultrasound, Laboratory and General Medical and Surgical Consultations.

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