An over $30,000 (thirty thousand dollars) USD investment is set to advance urology services at Mount St. John’s Medical Centre (MSJMC).
“’m pleased to be equipped with the tools to use my expertise to advance urological care and men’s health in the island,” said Adrian Rhudd MD, Urologist at MSJMC. “Modern medicine has advanced so much and now we are nothing without our tools and technology. This new equipment is going to transform the care we provide to our patients and it would not have been possible without the support of our Board along with the Minister of Health. For that, my colleagues and I are extremely grateful.”
The investment, spearheaded by the Government of Antigua & Barbuda, comes in the form of new surgical equipment – which will now give our urologists the ability to treat enlarged prostates and bladder cancers using minimally invasive techniques. Also very soon, the removal of kidney stones will also be added to the list of services provided by the hospital using endoscopic surgery – Allowing patients greater flexibility and rapid return to work and other daily activities.
MSJMC operates a referral only urology clinic. For more information, please call (268) 484-2727 or send an email to [email protected].
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This is a funny picture, good job Antigua News Room 🙂
Anyways, I would think that with all the medical schools in Antigua that there would be more efforts made to ensure that medical students and medical teaching faculty in Antigua could give more free services to Antigua citizens. Can anybody help me understand why this isn’t the case?
Uhsa has a free clinic in English Harbour.
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