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Health City issues COVID-19 Update

CAYMAN ISLANDS (March 13, 2020) – Health City Cayman Islands is reporting a positive result for COVID-19 in a patient being treated in isolation at the tertiary care facility’s Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU). The 68-year-old man is an emergency patient traveling on a cruise ship, who was admitted to Health City in critical condition…

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On Your Mark, Get Set, Eat!

On Your Mark, Get Set, Eat!

By Stellerie Noyons, RD Registered Dietician, Health City Cayman Islands With only a few weeks leading up to the Cayman Islands Marathon, your training plan is probably well underway. But what about the fuel powering that plan? Training for a marathon means more than just putting in the miles. Having your nutrition dialed in, pre,…

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Newsweek names Health City parent company flagship hospital among world’s best

Newsweek names Health City parent company flagship hospital among world’s best

CAYMAN ISLANDS (October 27, 2020) – The flagship hospital of the Narayana Health Group, the parent company of Health City Cayman Islands, has been counted among the top 200 hospitals for cardiology in the world by Newsweek magazine. Narayana Bengalaru – Institute of Cardiac Sciences is situated in NH Health City Bangalore. This super-specialty cardiac…

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Health City To Open Camana Bay Location

Health City To Open Camana Bay Location

CAYMAN ISLANDS (August 5, 2020) –  High-quality tertiary medical care is coming closer to residents of George Town, the Seven-Mile Beach area and West Bay – as well as international visitors staying in resorts along Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach. Health City Cayman Islands has announced that the territory’s only Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited…

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Message to Health City Patients re: COVID-19

CAYMAN ISLANDS (Friday March 13, 2020) – 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. Please…

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