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Barbados’ premier public healthcare institution,
serving the community since 1964
within the heart of the Martindale’s Road area, St Michael.

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At The Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
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Welcome to
QEH Connect

Barbados’ premier public healthcare institution,
serving the community since 1964
within the heart of the Martindale’s Road area, St Michael.

Latest News

    • 15 JUL 16
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    QEH RESPONDS TO OP TABLE COLLAPSE

    Management of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in response to the Page 3 article carried in today’s Weekend Nation, Friday, July 15 and the report made by Ryan King wishes to point out the procedure for investigating all reports. The QEH is aware of the incident and has instituted a protocol that mandates the reporting of

    • 14 JUL 16
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    MAIN KITCHEN UPGRADE PHASE II

    Staff is asked to note that the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Main Kitchen will be closed for approximately six weeks to facilitate phase 2 of its renovation project. The work which began yesterday, Wednesday, July 6, will be completed by Friday, August 26.  In the interim, the kitchen staff will be utilising the Schools Meals Centre

    • 14 JUL 16
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    SHERATON MALL DONATES TO MICU

    SHERATON MALL DONATES TO MICU

    Patients recovering in the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), now have two new uni-recliners that they can sit in once their condition has improved, thanks to the generosity of Sheraton Mall. The uni-recliners were officially presented to the Head of the MICU, Consultant, Dr. Annemarie Hassell, during a brief

    • 14 JUL 16
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    QEH RAISES $10 M FROM PHILANTHROPY

    In just three years, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital has raised in excess of $10 million from healthcare philanthropy – a strategy adopted by the hospital to diversify its revenue base principally to raise capital funds to meet the replacement of critical equipment. Chief Executive Officer of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Dr. Dexter James, said the