Government allocates 83.2 million for health care services

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is allocating approximately $83.2 million this year, to enhance the delivery of health care services throughout the country.

Word of this came from Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves during his address at the launch of the Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities held on Tuesday the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital.

Dr Gonsalves said St. Vincent and the Grenadines is the leader in the Caribbean Community in the area of Expenditure on Health as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product.

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  1. Is this an election ploy by this administration?Why does this administration think that we are so dumb and they can just continue fooling the populace? I honestly don’t believe 83 million dollars have been allocated to health in Vincy..we are not as dumb as you think Cumrod

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