News

May 2018

Health Minister Dwayne Seymour, in a message to mark Thursday's World No Tobacco Day, said the Cayman Islands had begun discussions to fully ratify the World Health Organization's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Read full article here.

 

Like a scene from a Marvel movie, superheroes descended on Seven Mile Beach Sunday to help someone in need. Read full article here.

 

Supermarkets selling Ziyad Tahini have pulled the product from their shelves following a voluntary recall because of possible salmonella contamination. Read full article here.

 

The National Council for Persons with Disabilities will offcially unveil a new beach-access pathway, dubbed the "Mobi-Mat," on Public Beach near Calico Jack's Saturday morning. Read full article here.

April 2018

Cayman HospiceCare announced on Thursday that it has received a US$1 million donation, which will be used to help construct its new 6,000-square-foot building. Read full article here.

 

For 18 consecutive years, Cayman HospiceCare has celebrated its annual gala event. also known as the "Big Bash" at Ristorante Pappagallo in West Bay. Read full article here.

 

The Cayman Islands Health Services Authority, in collaboration with their colleagues from across the Caribbean and the United States, will host the bi-annual Regional Council Meeting for the Caribbean Association of Medical Technologists in Cayman next week. Read full article here.


For Bronson Ebanks, going for a swim in the clear, calm waters off Seven Mile Beach has been virtually impossible since he suffered a stroke in 2015.
Read full article here.

 

Six Cayman paddleboarders are planning a 24-hour paddle this weekend to raise money for cancer patients and their families. Read full article here.

 

The Public Health Department is hosting a special immunization clinic on Saturday, April 29th, 2018 from 9a.m. to 2p.m. for children who need vaccinations, including those with missing/ outstanding doses. Read full article here.

 

March 2018

“Every bit helps,” we are told by groups raising money for charitable causes. That’s absolutely true. Read full article here.

 

Cayman HospiceCare announced on Thursday that it has received a US$1 million donation, which will be used to help construct its new 6,000-square-foot building. Read full article here.

 

February 2018

Tickets sold out, the 200-plus audience screamed for more and the Breast Cancer Foundation raised more than $10,000 for its Wellness Program. Read full article here.


There is a new face at Cayman Clinic, with Dr. Heidi Fahy from the U.K. joining the busy practice on Crewe Road. Read full article here.


A new locally produced video designed to bring attention to cancer has been released just in time for World Cancer Awareness Day on Sunday, Feb. 4. Read full article here.

January 2018

Builders at Cayman HospiceCare are preparing to roof the new building, projecting an August opening for the combined administrative and inpatient palliative-care facility on the one-acre West Bay Road site. Read full article here.

 

New York alternative rock outfit The Last Internationale will stage a Feb. 10 benefit concert for Cayman’s Breast Cancer Foundation at the Harquail Theatre, seeking to help the charity fund its annual $200,000 operating budget. Read full article here.


Cayman HospiceCare is once again partnering with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland to bring the 3rd annual Burns Supper to Cayman, held at the Grand Old House on Jan. 26. Read full article here.


September 2017

Healthcare professionals offered a rare opportunity Saturday for residents to ask questions and discuss healthy living in a casual environment. Read full article here.


April 2017