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Towards ensuring that citizens in both Trinidad and Tobago benefit from a First Class Health Care System, Government officially opened the Scarborough General Hospital, on the Sister Isle of Tobago, on April 4th, 2012. The commissioning of Phase 1 marks a new addition to the physical healthcare infrastructure in our twin island state and saw the delivery of diagnostic and ambulatory services including radiology (ultrasounds, CT scans, fluoroscopy and mammograms), point of care testing, outpatient clinics, pharmacy and mortuary services. This 100-bed facility shall see the delivery of a number of services which includes;

 

  • Accident & Emergency
  • Dietary
  • Electrocardiograph (ECG)
  • Health Information Services (Medical Records)
  • Laboratory
  • Maternity Ward (includes New-born Nursery)
  • Medicine (includes Department of Medicine and Medical Wards)
  • Mortuary
  • Operating Theatre
  • Out Patients Clinics
  • Paediatric Ward
  • Pharmacy / Dispensary
  • Physiotherapy
  • Psychiatric Unit
  • Radiology / X-Ray
  • Surgery
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    The new Scarborough General Hospital facility is one of the largest health infrastructure construction projects in Trinidad and Tobago’s history.  It boasts advanced services, spacious operating rooms, state of the art equipment such as such as a CAT scanner and other radiology equipment, the latest technology for minimally invasive surgical procedures, as well as skilled and capable technicians, physicians and nursing professionals. This medical facility at Signal Hill shall also be a centre for persons pursuing medical careers, whereby, students shall benefit from hands on teaching experiences at the facility.

    To date patients have been transferred from the old facility at the Scarborough Regional Hospital, Fort King George to the new Scarborough General Hospital. This new state of the art health care facility was designed to meet the needs of the growing population as well as accommodate the changing face of healthcare in Trinidad and Tobago.

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