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Recently, Business View Caribbean interviewed Dr.Clyde Cave, Director Medical Services at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital for their focus on Healthcare in Barbados
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) is Barbados’ primary acute care medical facility, and an accredited teaching hospital affiliated with the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. The institution was opened in November 1964 to address the medical, surgical, clinical and treatment needs of the Caribbean and to serve as a teaching hospital for those seeking a career in the medical profession.
Business View reached out to Dr. Clyde Cave, Director of Medical Services at QEH, for updates on how the hospital has been adapting in the wake of COVID-19 and his insights into the resilience in Healthcare, Medicine and Economic Development in Barbados. His remarks are both enlightening and inspiring.
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