The public is notified that HIMA’s Rheumatology and Pulmonology clinics have resumed at the BVI Health Services Authority. Both clinics will be held tomorrow Friday January 24
The public is notified that the BVI Health Services Authority continues to experience technical difficulties.
The public is notified that the telephone service at the BVI Health Services Authority has been restored.
The public is notified that the BVI Health Services Authority is experiencing system wide technical difficulties.
The following is an excerpt of Minister for Health and Social Honourable Carvin Malone paying tribute to the late Honourable Ralph T. O'Neal, OBE....
The fast-moving and multifaceted subspecialty of Sports Imaging is the topic of discussion as the BVI Health Services Authority observes Radiology Week.
Households across the Virgin Islands are reminded to reduce mosquito breeding as the Territory continues to experience high mosquito indices.
Grade 10 student Nadja Vitug Soller of the Cedar School is hosting a “Love for Me” 5k Walk to raise awareness on mental health issues within the Territory.
Twenty-five professionals are now trained to facilitate the upcoming Complete Health Improvement Programme (CHIP) powered by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
The public is advised that medical doctor services at the Romalia Smith Clinic on Anegada will be carried out on Wednesdays only, from 9:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. until further notice.