REAL NEWS – The Ministry of Health and Wellness is reminding the public that clinical services usually offered at the Clare Hall Health Centre are not currently available, as extensive upgrades are being made to the facility.
Services were temporarily relocated on Monday, July 3, to several other health centres across the island.
Its Antenatal Clinic now takes place at the Pigotts Clinic on Mondays, while the Postnatal and Neonatal Clinics are held there on Tuesdays, but by appointment only.
Also on Tuesday are the Family Planning Clinic; the Registration of Infants; and the Hypertension and Diabetic Clinics. The Nutritionist will see appointments and the Psychiatric Clinic will be held every second Thursday.
The District Medical Officer will see children up to 16 years and patients aged 60 and over on Fridays. Meanwhile, at the Villa Polyclinic, the Child Health Clinic is held every first Wednesday and fourth Thursday, while the Nephrology Clinic, with Dr. Cox, is held on Fridays.
Finally, for those seeking Wound Care (or dressing services) or regular doctor visits, these are offered Monday to Friday at the Potters Clinic.
The Ministry continues to apologize for any inconvenience the closure of the Clare Hall Centre may be causing, and assures the public that the issues will be rectified soonest.
In the meantime, several other clinics across the island are faced with similar issues, and persons in those areas are also receiving healthcare services outside the community.
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