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QEH Honours Top Interns

BARBADOS ADVOCATE, September 3rd, 2020 : The cream of the crop of the island’s newest doctors were honoured yesterday when the Queen Elizabeth Hospital hosted an awards ceremony for Intern of the Year and the Outstanding Interns. With many attendees…

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Doc: Keep your distance!

BARBADIANS HAVE DROPPED their guard amid the COVID-19 pandemic and need to space out more, especially at places of entertainment. So says the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Director of Medical Services (Ag.) Dr. Clyde Cave, who is concerned that the lack…

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Nurses Welcome to Work at QEH, Says Head

Published : DAILY NATION, August 3rd, 2020 Written by CARLOS ATWELL ( THE GHANAIAN NURSES are welcome to work at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), says executive chairman Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland. Last Thursday, 95 nurses from the Republic of Ghana…

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Mission – taking QEH to next level

Reprinted from Nation Newspaper July 26th, 2020 As executive chairman of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland is on a mission. Her appointment to the position in December last year when she was still serving as chairman but was…

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QEH Committed to Fighting Preventable Blindness

Glaucoma and cataract remain the leading causes of blindness globally, and diabetes is increasingly becoming a common risk factor for loss of sight. That’s according to Executive Chairman of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland, who noted that it…

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Staff Spotlight – Anderlene Sealy

Small in stature but big in heart, our Staff Spolight Anderlene Sealy is the life-blood of the National Blood Collecting Centre. Anderlene, a thirty-seven year veteran of the QEH and the Senior Blood Collecting Technician works tirelessly to manage the…

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