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News : Bahamas Information Services Updates Last Updated: Sep 7, 2017 - 3:58:35 PM


Bahamas Clinical Services will continue to Friday, 1 p.m.
Sep 7, 2017 - 3:27:19 PM

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TO ALL ESSENTIAL SERVICE EMPLOYEES:

The Ministry of Health, Department of Public Health wishes to inform all of its employees that Clinical Services will continue until Friday 8th September, 2017 at 1pm.  This sustained access to services is necessary to ensure that the general public in need of assessment and refill of medications are able to do so before the storm approaches.

TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC:

The Ministry of Health, Department of Public Health, wishes to inform the Public that healthcare services at ALL government clinics will continue until Friday, 8th September 2017.

On Thursday, 7th September 2017
Services will be provided at the following clinics:-
From 9am to 9pm
South Beach Health Centre;
Elizabeth Estates Clinic;
Flamingo Gardens Clinic; and
Fleming Street Clinic.

From 9am to 5pm   
Fox Hill;
Ann’s Town;
Adolescent Health;
Blue Hill Road;
Coconut Grove;
Gambier;
Adelaide; and
 the School Dental Clinics.


On Friday the 8thSeptember 2017

Services will be provided at the following clinics:-

1. From 9am to 1pm
South Beach Health Centre;
Elizabeth Estates;
Flamingo Gardens;  
Fleming Street;  
Fox Hill;
Ann’s Town;
Adolescent Health;
Blue Hill Road;
Coconut Grove;
Gambier;
Adelaide; and
the School Dental Clinic.

The public is hereby advised to pay particular attention to the noted hours of operation and is being encouraged to access care and services early.

Following the passage of Hurricane Irma, the Ministry of Health will advise the public of the clinics that are open to access care and services.


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