The public is notified that as the BVI Health Services Authority continues to implement precautionary measures to respond to COVID-19, unapproved visitation to the Dr. D. Orlando Smith Hospital will not be permitted.
Officials from the BVI Health Services Authority have reported that the year 2020 welcomed two babies on January 1.
His Excellency the Governor Mr. Augustus J.U. Jaspert spent Christmas morning spreading holiday cheer to essential public officers and children at the Dr. D. Orlando Smith Hospital.
The public is advised that there will be limited access to the main entrance of the Dr. D. Orlando Smith Hospital today as heavy equipment operators will be completing work on the AC Chiller system.
Medical professionals are invited to attend a Cardiovascular Symposium on Saturday February 16 at 11:00 a.m. in the lobby of the New Peebles Hospital.
The public is notified that effective Monday January 21, pharmacy hours and processing of prescriptions at the Peebles Hospital are Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Employees and visitors of the BVI Health Services Authority can expect to see changes to the institution’s security policies and procedures over the coming weeks.
Interested qualified entities are invited to submit competitive sealed proposals to provide Cafeteria Services at the Peebles Hospital.
Minister for Health and Social Development Honourable Ronnie Skelton has said that the Peebles Hospital was built to withstand category 5 hurricanes and earthquakes measuring 7 on the Richter scale.
The BVI Health Services Authority announces the continued operations of Peebles Hospital during the passage of Hurricane Irma.