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 Emergency Medical Teams Provide Help to Abaco and Grand Bahama Post Hurricane Dorian
September 10, 2019
Emergency Medical Teams Provide Help to Abaco and Grand Bahama Post Hurricane Dorian

The Ministry of Health wishes to advise the public that five (5) Emergency Medical Teams have arrived in the Bahamas to provide aid to Abaco and Grand Bahama. The teams were approved by the Ministry’s online volunteer and vetting process in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)...

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March 23, 2016
Stakeholders make local organizing committee effective

The Bahamas is working to perfect the local organizing committee concept as part of its new approach to gaining a competitive edge as a destination of choice for the hosting of major international meetings, conferences and conventions.

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August 30, 2019
Dangerous weather and the elderly

With hurricane season well and truly in swing, it is important to ensure that the elderly are protected and prepared for the events that ensue. Making a disaster plan outlining essential steps for safely navigating dangerous weather is an important measure to take...

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August 30, 2019
Preparing/ making arrangements for pets

With hurricane season well and truly in swing, it is important to ensure that your pet is protected and prepared for the events that ensue. Making a disaster plan outlining essential steps for safely navigating dangerous weather is an important measure to take...

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August 27, 2015
Grand Bahama residents prepare for Hurricane Erika

The Grand Bahama Hurricane Committee, headed by the Administrator for the City of Freeport, Mr. Charles King, and Ms. Tammy Mitchell are in full operational mode. Administrator King held a press conference on Thursday at his office in the National Insurance Complex, Freeport...

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April 04, 2018
260,000 spent to restock HIV meds

The government has spent over a quarter of a million dollars on HIV medication in order to restore par levels after several public healthcare facilities in New Providence had exhausted their supply of certain HIV medications, said Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday. Sands [...]

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March 24, 2018
HIV meds 'out of stock'

As he underscored the poor financial state of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA), Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday revealed that several public healthcare facilities in New Providence have exhausted their supply of certain HIV medications. Sands said the problem has persisted for up [...]

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March 27, 2018
Sands: Weeks before HIV supplies up to par

Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday that despite receiving supplies on Friday, it will take an additional two to three weeks before the supply of certain HIV medications are restored to par levels. "We are still low but have received a supply to manage [...]

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February 16, 2016
Minister Gray opens three-day agricultural workshop on food safety & quality standards

A compendium of Bills that includes the Food Safety and Quality Bill which seeks to provide a more integrated system for the management and control of food facilities and products, received bi-partisan support in the House of Assembly.

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September 06, 2017
PHA: Out patient clinics closed

The public is advised that the Public Hospitals Authority has activated its hurricane preparedness plan. This plan specifically speaks to the physical securing of all PHA facilities inclusive of hospitals and clinics, the pending closure of all out-patient and specialty clinics, the suspension of elective surgeries, cessation of visiting hours, and the management of emergency service operations d...

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