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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

    • 18 MAY 16
    • 2

    URGENT CALL FOR BLOOD

    Sixty-one-year-old Saleh Merritt, who has been hospitalised in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit in critical condition since May 10, is in urgent need of B Negative and O Negative blood. Persons, between the age of 17 and 70, who are interested in donating blood, may visit the Blood Collection Centre, Ladymeade Gardens, Jemmotts Lane, St.

    • 17 MAY 16
    • 2

    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES -Director, Nursing Services | Assistant Director, Nursing Services | Clinical Risk Officer| Internal Auditor

      CAREER OPPORTUNITIES  The Queen Elizabeth Hospital has begun the transformation of its people, processes and product delivery towards becoming a truly patient centred institution. Committed individuals who are interested in a challenging yet highly rewarding professional opportunity are encouraged to apply.   Director, Nursing Services (a)     A post graduate qualification in Nursing Education and

    • 17 MAY 16
    • 0

    CLOSURE OF BLOOD COLLECTION CENTRE UNTIL 1:00 P.M.

    The public is asked to note that the Blood Collection Centre at Jemmotts Lane, St. Michael, will be closed from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., on Tuesday, May 17, to allow staff to attend the funeral services of former Chief Laboratory Technologist, Mr. Claude Lewis and Blood Collecting Technician, Donna Burgess.  Normal operations will resume

    • 11 MAY 16
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    Carib Rehab Donates items to the Stroke Unit

    Carib Rehab Donates items to the Stroke Unit

    THE Stroke Unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) will benefit from a donation of two recliner chairs and 10 urinals made by Carib Rehab Ltd. Yesterday, Managing Director of Carib Rehab Ltd., Hilary Bethell, presented the items to Consultant Neurologist, Professor David Corbin, in the Unit located on Ward C10. Bethell said that the