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Panama hospital can aid Cayman

The Punta Pacifica Hospital in Panama City, which had its official opening last week, could serve as an alternative to Miami's hospitals for Cayman Islands residents seeking specialised medical treatment.

Panama trade mission useful

Most of the Cayman Panama International Trade Mission delegates returned home Saturday thinking the trip had been useful. More than 100 delegates from private sector businesses and various government departments attended the trade mission

Gov’t burial assistance possible

The Department of Children and Family services aims to help Caymanians build up their lives rather than maintaining them with constant handouts, it was stressed in Finance Committee, according to a GIS press release.

CINICO contracts CMN

CINICO Health Insurance has contracted with Canadian Medical Network to take over responsibilities for the care management component of overseas medical treatment only.

Minister Eden makes the rounds

Minister for Health Services, Agriculture, Aviation and Works Anthony Eden continued a multiple-day tour of his ministry's departments and areas of responsibility, by focusing on health services.

Health care reform campaign launched

The Government's health care reform campaign formally kicked off Friday, 8 April, with Minister for Health Services Gilbert McLean, Governor Bruce Dinwiddy and other officials on hand -

NS social issues tackled

North Side candidates shared their concerns about crime, youth, senior citizens and other social issues at the Chamber of Commerce forum on Tuesday night.

Minister defends CINICO’s role

Health Minister Gilbert McLean told members of the Legislative Assembly Thursday that the Cayman Islands National Insurance Company is serving one mighty purpose for the people of the Cayman Islands.

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