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Seaview Gardens Health Centre is adopted by Massy Jamaica

Apr 30, 2019  |  Kingston

The Minister of Health, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, unveils plaque in grateful recognition to the Massy Jamaica for adopting the Seaview Gardens Health Centre in Kingston on Tuesday, April 30, 2019. Looking on are from (left to right): Mr. Peter Graham, Country Manager, Massy Jamaica and Mr. Anthony Hylton, Member of Parliament, St. Andrew Western.

The Seaview Gardens Health Centre has been adopted by Massy Jamaica Limited as part of the Ministry of Health's Adopt-A-Clinic programme.

The adoption ceremony was held at the centre on Tuesday, April 30, 2019. The health centre will now benefit from a three-year partnership with the company, which has committed $3 million to the project. The funds will be used to purchase clinical and other equipment, and to undertake minor infrastructure upgrades, to include painting, fencing and improved lighting at the facility.

In addition to the residents of Seaview Gardens, the centre also serves people from White Lane, Henley Road and Spanish Town Road. Twenty Thousand patients are seen annually.

The services offered include maternal and  child health services, curative services, dental services visiting mental health services (once monthly), visiting phlebotomy services (twice monthly), visiting screening for heart pathology (once per month), pickup and drop-off pharmacy services (three times weekly).

 

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