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Health City Compilation Video 2 minute for Cinema Rev 5

Health City Year in Review 2015


Dr. Leon Josephs Trailer


From the Heart Documentary: Healthcare Transformation from India to the Cayman Islands


Health City From The Heart Trailer

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Due to precautionary measures regarding COVID-19, the Outpatient Pharmacy at Health City Cayman Islands is currently closed for pick-up. If you have a pharmacy query or need a refill of your prescription, please email [email protected] for assistance.
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We understand that our patients and visitors to our hospital over the past two weeks may be concerned about COVID-19 and our facility, and we are happy to answer your questions. Please email us at the address below to have your question answered directly. #covid19 #factsvsfiction #beaware #staysafe #washyourhands #beinformed ...

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While they have many superpowers, our doctors can't do it all on their own!

Health City's front of house staff works hard to streamline the patient admissions process and ensure appointment times remain updated and on schedule. They're also a great resource to all of our guests thanks to their extensive knowledge of the facility and surrounding area.

Thank you all for your dedication and great work!

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Evidence shows that risk factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke — obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes — negatively impact your cognitive health. Take care of your heart, and your brain just might follow.

Also, brain injury can raise your risk of cognitive decline and dementia. Wear a seatbelt, use a helmet when playing contact sports or riding a bike, and take steps to prevent falls.

No matter where you are traveling from, we are here to make finding a healthcare solution for you easy and stress-free.

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A COVID-19 Update for our Valued Patients
We are asking that patients and visitors to Health City remain calm and not become overly anxious and panicked regarding their potential exposure to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) following the positive test result of a patient being cared for in medical isolation in our Medical Intensive Care Unit.
This patient was admitted to Health City in critical condition directly to our Intensive Care Unit. We have isolated staff members and family that are at direct risk and interacted at some level with the patient. Any medical staff members dealing with the patient directly would have had to follow our internally stringent infection control policies that are always in place in the Intensive Care Unit, and which give the highest level of infection control. This is also true for any visitors to the ICU – and visitation is limited to very brief time frames and to immediate family members only,
The patient concerned was placed in increased medical isolation in the MICU once he showed respiratory symptoms.
At no time did any of the administrative staff come directly in contact with the COVID-19 positive patient.
The ICU staff who are symptomatic are being quarantined as an extreme precautionary measure in the hospital’s stringent response to the containment of the virus. This does not mean that all staff members and their relations are sick or exhibiting symptoms – only that they have potentially been exposed to the virus.
Please also note that according to the World Health Organization (WHO): “The main way the disease spreads is through respiratory droplets expelled by someone who is coughing. The risk of catching COVID-19 from someone with no symptoms at all is very low. However, many people with COVID-19 experience only mild symptoms. This is particularly true at the early stages of the disease. It is therefore possible to catch COVID-19 from someone who has, for example, just a mild cough and does not feel ill. WHO is assessing ongoing research on the period of transmission of COVID-19 and will continue to share updated findings.”
For more information on COVID-19 from WHO, please visit: www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/q-a-coronaviruses
So please, do not worry or concern yourselves unnecessarily, but please continue to take all the necessary precautions and personal protective measures, such as frequent hand washing, covering nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing, avoiding close contact with people suffering from acute respiratory illnesses and avoiding large social gatherings. Stay at home as much as possible.
If you develop any flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, runny nose etc., please contact the Cayman Islands Public Health Department at [email protected] or via the flu hotline at 1-800-534-8600.
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Health City Cayman Islands Management
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Due to precautionary measures regarding COVID-19, the Outpatient Pharmacy at @HealthCityCI is currently closed for pick-up. If you have a pharmacy query or need a refill of your prescription, please email pharmacy @healthcity.ky for assistance.
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The Mediterranean diet is full of healthy fat sources such as olive oil, nuts and seeds, olives and fatty fish such as sardines and mackerel.

A daily intake of these healthy fats may help preserve memory, and prevent cognitive decline and #dementia. #mediterraneandiet https://t.co/R6BgTNz4Tl
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We strive to exceed patient’s expectations by making them feel like an important part of our family throughout their stay at @HealthCityCI !
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At @HealthCityCI we are passionate about evaluating & treating #sleepdisorders, w/ the goal of restoring #healthysleeppatterns. When #sleep disorders & their underlying causes are treated, patients find that their quality of life remarkably improves. https://t.co/wc2TunM0bT HealthCityCI photo