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Community Health Clinics Remind Patients To Make An Appointment

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The British Virgin Islands Health Services Authority (BVIHSA) would like to remind persons using the Community Health Services to make an appointment with the respective clinic to allow for better service delivery.

Patients with appointments are given priority to walk-in patients and all patients are reminded to cooperate with this policy. Additionally, patients with appointments are asked to arrive ½ hour before their scheduled time and to contact the clinic at least one to two hours prior if they are unable to keep the scheduled appointment.

The Road Town Health Centre located at Peebles Hospital also wishes to remind the public of its extended hours from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and on specific Saturdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm based on demand. Persons requiring a Saturday appointment can call the Road Town Clinic at 852-7696 or 852-7681.

The Virgin Islands community can obtain the following services at the BVIHSA Community Health Clinics: general medical care, referral services, annual medical exams, nutritional counseling, maternal and child health services, school and adolescent health services, care of the elderly, treatment of chronic non-communicable diseases, podiatry, HIV clinic, home visitation, wound care, audiology, health promotion activities and preventive health screening.

Finally, persons needing wound care or child health services which include immunizations and wellness checkups are asked to make an appointment with the Sea Cow’s Clinic from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday or call 852-7760/852-6900.

The Community Health Services offered by the British Virgin Islands Health Services Authority is providing health and medical services throughout the Territory.'

Graeme Randle


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