About Health City Cayman Islands
Health City Cayman Islands provides compassionate, high-quality, affordable healthcare services for all in a world-class, comfortable, patient-centred environment. Offering healthcare to international, regional and local patients, Health City Cayman Islands offers excellence in:
Who Are We: Compassionate, Patient-Centric Cayman Hospital
Health City Cayman Islands is the vision of famed heart surgeon and humanitarian, Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty, and is supported by two major healthcare organisations, Narayana Health and U.S. based Ascension. As Chairman of Narayana Health, Dr. Shetty oversees a network of 26 hospitals across India and now the Cayman Islands. Narayana Health and Ascension share compatible values - both have a commitment for high quality healthcare for people at affordable price points, making it accessible to the vast majority of people around the world
Health City's initiative gives the partners the opportunity to positively impact the care being provided in the Cayman Islands, the Caribbean region and to those travelling from overseas. In addition, Health City has a commitment to the poor and vulnerable.
Located near High Rock in the East End District of Grand Cayman, Health City is the perfect location for quality, patient-centred care with a relaxing view of the tropical environment and exotic, indigenous vegetation.
The Road to Accessible International Healthcare for All
Over the next decade, Health City Cayman Islands will expand to a 2,000-bed facility. The state-of-the art hospital is in the process of becoming a JCI (Joint Commission International, USA) Accredited facility providing care in all major specialties that will include neurology, oncology and other cutting edge tertiary care services.
The next phase of the project will address these new endeavors, possibly late 2015: neuro sciences minimally invasive surgery, oncology and other cutting edge healthcare services. The innovative, modern complex is also planned to have a medical university and an assisted-care living community. Work is also expected to begin later this year on a hotel for guests visiting their loved ones at Health City.