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February 21, 2022
Doctors Hospital: Practical steps can improve Family Island healthcare

Doctors Hospital CEO Dr. Charles Diggiss said there are practical steps that can be taken to improve health outcomes on Family Islands that lack physical resources. His comments came weeks after a car accident on Long Island claimed the lives of three young men - Mandie Constantakis Jr., Manoli Constantakis and Trevon Roxbury. Manoli Constantakis, ...
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August 17, 2021
Family Island doctor dies from COVID-19

NOTED Family Island physician Dr Charles Edward Wildgoose III lost a short battle to COVID-19 on Sunday, leaving behind a wife and two children.

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December 05, 2017
A doctor's challenging path to success: Live Well Clinic, a new family medicine practice, opens in Sandyport

When Dr. Darius Bain opened the door of his ultra-modern Live Well Family Health Center at Sandyport on Friday, December 1, guests at the reception and clients who entered saw a smartly furnished and well-equipped facility which allows youngsters to be seen in a colorful [...]
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December 01, 2017
New Family Medicine LIVE WELL Clinic Opens in Sandyport, One Doctor's Challenging Path to Success

When Darius Bain, M.D., D.M., opens the door of his ultra-modern Live Well Family Health Center at Sandyport on December 1, guests at the reception and clients who enter will see a smartly furnished and well-equipped facility...

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The traumatized brain
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April 25, 2017
The traumatized brain

Traumatic brain injured individuals do have hope at recovery, as new research shows that people continue to recover, sometimes for a lifetime, as long as they are actively in treatment or utilizing tools that they learned, according to neuropsychologist Dr. Zonya Mitchell.
While the greatest visible progress in recovery happens in the first six months for the brain-injured patient, after that time...

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September 04, 2015
Family Islands to get resident doctors

As part of the government's phased approach to implementing National Health Insurance (NHI) and concurrent efforts to improve the healthcare system, the Ministry of Health announced yesterday that each family island will have a resident doctor.

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March 17, 2015
Doctors Sharmaine Gray-Stuart and Karis Thompson-Major partner in family medical clinic

Balloons, confetti and blood pressure screenings were how two doctors celebrated the opening and rebranding of a family medical clinic in the heart of the city. Dr. Sharmaine Gray-Stuart, who has been practicing medicine for the past 15 years and who specializes in family medicine and occupational medicine, and her partner, Dr. Karis Thompson-Major, who also specializes in family medicine and has ...

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March 05, 2012
Doctors Hospital Blood Bank and Patient's Family Go Extra Mile to Save a Life

Nassau, Bahamas - Sixty-year-old
Abaco resident Samuel 'Will' Bethel lay on the operating table
undergoing major surgery and it became quickly apparent that in order
to get him through, surgeons were going to require immense amounts of
blood.

After 30 years
in Marsh Harbour, he and his wife Kimberley no longer had a large pool
of friends and family members in the capital to call on to ...

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October 25, 2011
Institute set to launch community training course on Eleuthera

They say it takes a village to raise a child, and one institution's new program is putting it to the test.
The Institute for Peace and Justice, offered by the Center for Leadership, Education and Training (C-LET), has for the last 10 months been making huge strides to better the young adult population on Eleuthera in their pilot program, which offers the troubled teens and pre-teens coping and soc...

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May 17, 2011
PMH family medicine doctors to celebrate World Family Day

The Family Medicine Department at the Princess Margaret Hospital will celebrate World Family Doctor Day, along with members of the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) on Thursday, May 19.
With WONCA’s mission to improve the quality of life of people around the world through definition and promoting of values, as well as fostering and maintaining high standards of care in general pra...

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