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July 01, 2021
Newborn injured in PMH unit

THE Public Hospitals Authority yesterday confirmed recent reports of an incident at the Princess Margaret Hospital that affected an infant who was injured during IV therapy.

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News Article
September 11, 2013
A young man with an exciting summer story to share

No matter the age or grade level, upon return to school one of the hottest topics to start the new school year is undoubtedly the discussion on how students spent their summer vacation. For most, it was a trip to an amusement park or shopping, then relaxation, but for one young man, the summer break gave him the opportunity to take advantage of the chance to develop his leadership skills.
Lyford C...

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September 04, 2013
Young Bahamian with a golden heart participates in the Global Young Leaders Conference in Europe

Summer time is a time school age students and teachers look forward to.

One student with a heart for children used his summer to not only have fun and travel, but also to develop his leadership skills and pursue his interests...

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March 01, 2013
Annual Medical Conference Next Week!

Dr. L. D. Britt
MD,MPH, FACS, FCCM, FRCSEng (Hon), FRCSEd (Hon), FWACS (Hon), FRCSI (Hon), FCS(SA)(Hon)

Professor and Chairman, Dept. of Surgery Eastern Virginia Medical School; Professor School of Health Professions; Distinguished Professor of Surgery Uniformed Services University of the health Sciences; Professor in the Division of the History of Medicine; Chairman, Council of Clinical Chair...

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February 12, 2013
Children helping children: Brother and sister share proceeds of their gumball sales with Heart Foundation

In today's world where most children are regarded as selfish and want everything for themselves, brother and sister Sean Ryan Thomas and Channing Thomas are proving that there are kids out there with a heart.
In 2011, the brother and sister shared...

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August 01, 2012
Origin Of Bacteria Still Unknown

DOCTORS at the Princess Margaret Hospital still do not know how a bacteria that took the lives of two premature babies, entered the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the hospital?s Medical Chief of Staff, Dr Geoffrey Pennerman, said yesterday.

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August 01, 2012
Origins of baby killing bacteria unclear

Two weeks after a bacteria outbreak was declared in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), officials said they still do not know exactly where the pathogen developed.
The bacterium, Acinetobacter Baumannii, killed two babies and infected six others. The babies were all born premature; were less than two-weeks-old at the time of the outbreak and had weakene...

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January 25, 2012
Historic conjoined twins surgery set for today

A team of doctors will make history in The Bahamas today by performing a marathon surgery intended to separate conjoined twins.
But only one baby -- a female -- has a chance of survival as the parasitic twin never developed and is essentially a 'mass' attached to the baby girl, now 22 days old.
Doctors say the surgery has less than a 40 percent chance of success, but without the critical operation...

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News Article
December 10, 2009
Breathe Easy Donations: Family Guardian Staff Charity Fund & Lucky Food Store & Restaurant

Family Guardian Staff Charity Fund and Lucky Food Store & Lucky Restaurant Contributes to "Breathe Easy" Campaign Every year, the employees at Family Guardian put aside money for a charity to be given during the holiday season. This year, the Family Guardian Staff Charity Fund chose the "Breathe Easy Campaign as its beneficiary as the NICU continues to make such a lasting difference in the lives ...

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December 09, 2009
Rubins Donation to the Breathe Easy Campaign

The latest sponsor and corporate citizen Rubins presented a check to the "Breathe Easy" campaign in memory of the late Roger Carron.

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