May 24, 2020

Cayman: HSA closure update due to 24-hour curfew – Mar 25 2020

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The Health Services Authority will be further limiting services and hours following today’s announcement by the Cayman Islands Government to impose a 24-hour curfew effective 7pm, Wednesday 25th March  – 5am, Saturday 28th March.   Please read the full statement below.

Closures

·          Pharmacy – If you require an urgent refill between Thursday 26 – Friday 27, please contact the Pharmacy 244-2715 or 244-2716 and we will bring the prescription to your home

·         Faith Hospital Pharmacy – For urgent prescriptions please WhatsApp your refill label to 916-9555 and you will be contacted

·         Acute Care Clinic at the General Practice Building

·         District Health Centres

·         Warfarin Clinic and patients on blood thinners will be contacted directly to reschedule

·         Little Cayman Clinic will be open for emergencies only

The following services are still operational:

Cayman Islands Hospital

·         Accident & Emergency – 24 hours

·         Flu Clinic (8am – 4pm) – must be referred by the Flu Hotline

·         Dialysis

·         Chemotherapy

·         In-patient services

·         Home Visits

Faith Hospital (Cayman Brac)

·         Accident & Emergency – 24 hours

·         Flu Clinic at Aston Rutty Centre (8am – 4pm) – must be referred by the Flu Hotline

·         Dialysis

In order to protect our patients and minimize potential exposure, patients are reminded to following the 24-hour curfew, remain at home, and only seek medical attention in case of an emergency.

Full more information on opening hours please visit https://www.hsa.ky/temporary-closures/

If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, please contact your private general health practitioner or call the HSA Flu Hotline 1-800-534-8600 or 947-3077 or email [email protected]. You will receive advice over the phone to guide on what the next steps are (ie. Stay at home, come to the Flu Clinic, etc).

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