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Port Authority set to put medical facility on standby
March 26, 2020
Port Authority set to put medical facility on standby

THE Grand Bahama Bahama Port Authority has confirmed its intent to provide a medical facility on standby for COVID-19 cases here on the island, according to GBPA vice chairman Sarah St George...

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August 22, 2012
Medical facility 'shows what a team can do'

THE establishment of the Medi-Centre Medical Plaza at the corner of Prince Charles Drive and Beatrice Avenue is a wonderful example of what teamwork among Bahamians can accomplish, Minister of Health Dr Perry Gomez said.

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August 21, 2012
Medical facility 'shows what a team can do'

THE establishment of the Medi-Centre Medical Plaza at the corner of Prince Charles Drive and Beatrice Avenue is a wonderful example of what teamwork among Bahamians can accomplish, Minister of Health Dr Perry Gomez said.

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January 23, 2012
Exuma in 'desperate need' of better medical facilities

Construction could soon begin on a mini-hospital designed to improve healthcare capabilities in Exuma, as the island's current facilities are extremely inadequate, according to chief councilor Godfrey Gray.
Gray told Guardian Business that Exuma is in desperate need of better facilities that reflect the modern development that is being experienced on that island.
"The upgrades are urgently needed ...

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January 24, 2011
Medical facilities 'may have case' for Business Licence recovery

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter

alowe@tribunemedia.net

A Bahamian accountant yesterday suggested that private hospitals and medical clinics may have been incorrectly required to pay Business Licence fees, amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars, for decades.

Theofanis Cochinamogulos, managing partner of Cochinamogulos and Co, a chartered accountancy and management consultancy firm, told ...

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Cleveland Clinic€™s Weston Hospital Performs First Living Donor Liver Transplant
June 07, 2021
Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital Performs First Living Donor Liver Transplant

Cleveland Clinic’s Weston Hospital has performed its first living donor liver transplant, in which a daughter donated a portion of her liver to her mother who had been battling complicated liver disease for several years.

The donor and recipient surgeries were performed in Weston by a team of surgeons from Cleveland Clinic Weston and Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, which has one of the nation’s ...

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Western Air founder urges vaccinations
June 02, 2021
Western Air founder urges vaccinations

THE co-founder and chief operating officer of Western Air, who was airlifted from Grand Bahama to the United States with COVID-19 after initially testing negative for the virus, is urging residents to consider their vaccination options as the country strives to move past the COVID-19 pandemic.

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5,000 fine for fake COVID test
May 27, 2021
5,000 fine for fake COVID test

A WOMAN who tried to travel to Grand Bahama with a fake COVID-19 test results was yesterday fined $5,000.

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May 18, 2021
Warning: Be cautious over buying or eating conch

THE Bahamas Agricultural Health and Food Safety Authority's (BAHFSA) Food Safety and Quality Unit has again advised consumers not to purchase or consume any raw fresh conch or conch that they suspect was not properly handled and/or fully cooked.

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Suspected Conch Poisoning Update
May 17, 2021
Suspected Conch Poisoning Update

Further to the press release on 27th April, 2021, The Bahamas Agricultural Health and Food Safety Authority’s (BAHFSA) Food Safety and Quality Unit advises consumers not to purchase or consume any raw (fresh) conch or conch that they suspect was not properly handled and/or prepared (fully cooked) until the source of the contamination can be determined. Note that the purchasing and/or consumption...

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