View the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 which is the new operational development plan for the entire Island from the 3rd December 2018
Yesterday November 12, 2018, the Minister of Health, the Hon. Kim Wilson, JP MP participated in the official opening of the new railway bridges at Flatts in Smith, courtesy of Friends of the Railway. Minister Wilson said, "As we all know, in Bermuda today chronic diseases are crippling our health and damaging our economic recovery.”
The Department of Health wishes to remind the public of the importance of having a flu shot this season.
The Minister of Health, the Hon. Kim Wilson, JP MP along with the Head of Public Service, Dr. Derrick Binns, the Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr. Jennifer Attride-Stirling and Ministry of Health staff received flu shots as part of the Ministry of Health’s “Take the Lead” initiative, which allows the Ministry of Health staff to take the lead in ensuring its healthcare workforce is protected against the flu to prevent spread to patients and minimize sick leave.
The Department of Health held a graduation ceremony for participants who completed the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP).
The Department of Health has supported the training and licensure of two Corporate Facilitators of The Complete Health Improvement Program also known as CHIP.
This program is a corporate based program where participants can achieve lasting behaviour change to apply their new learning in “real life” environments of their workplace and homes.
Thank you for coming today to allow me to provide an update on the actions the Ministry has taken to date to ensure the safety and security of our children in care settings.
As the Ministry responsible for administering the licensing and registration process for Day Care Centres and Day Care Providers in home settings, we are acutely aware of the need for quality care and the history of concerns.
The Minister of Health, the Hon. Kim N. Wilson JP MP, met today with members of the Health Financing Reform Stakeholder Consultation Group (photos attached). This group is tasked with providing feedback to the Government on options being considered to help achieve affordable and accessible healthcare for all.
Thank you for coming today to allow me to provide an update on the Hamilton Health Centre.
The Health Centre has been under stress over the past month due to a number of structural problems with the facility and, most recently, for example, three floods at the Hamilton Health Centre, water quality issues, and several unsuccessful attempts to resolve the problems. The fire at Warwick Clinic further compounded the demands placed on our resources.