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US partner pulls out of deal with Health City

US partner pulls out of deal with Health City

| 07/11/2017 | 20 Comments

(CNS Business): The faith-based US healthcare provider, Ascension, has pulled out of its partnership with Health City Cayman Islands, the East End hospital founded by the internationally renowned Indian cardiac surgeon, Devi Shetty. Since the state-of-the-art facility was first conceived and then through the construction and opening, the hospital’s goals have changed, and the ending […]

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Solar farm coming to Health City

Solar farm coming to Health City

| 01/06/2015 | 1 Comment

(CNS Business): Health City Cayman Islands is going green with the first ever 1.2 megawatt solar farm for a Caribbean hospital. Hospital officials said the solar farm will be one of the largest non-utility systems in the Caribbean and continues Health City’s commitment to utilising renewable energy technologies.

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Shetty hospital hopes for major patient jump

Shetty hospital hopes for major patient jump

| 13/05/2015 | 1 Comment

(CNS Business): Health City Cayman Islands marked a major milestone on Wednesday when it announced that it had received accreditation from the Joint Commission International (JCI). This means that Dr Devi Shetty’s first and only hospital outside India can now begin to target the US market in earnest as first intended. The hospital’s goal is […]

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Shetty hospital features in documentary

Shetty hospital features in documentary

| 29/10/2014 | 2 Comments

(CNS Business): As Health City Cayman Islands continues its outreach to attract patients from North America to the state-of-the-art facility, the hospital was featured in a documentary that premiered at an international healthcare conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, last month.

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Cayman hospital to feature at tourism conference

Cayman hospital to feature at tourism conference

| 15/09/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Health City Cayman Islands is sending a delegation to an international healthcare conference and trade show in in Washington DC next week. Dr Chandy Abraham, Facility Director and Head of Medical Services, will introduce the special skills and capacities of the state-of-the-art facility in his presentation to a Caribbean ministerial meeting at the World Medical […]

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Caribbean ganja tourism up for debate

Caribbean ganja tourism up for debate

| 10/09/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Marijuana tourism is set to be debated at the Caribbean Tourism Organisation’s (CTO) State of the Industry Conference (SOTIC) next week. Richard Kildare, the deputy chief executive officer of Jamaica’s first medical marijuana company, will lead off debate on the notion or reality of marijuana tourism. Rory Johnston, a PhD student at the faculty of […]

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First Caymanian doctor hired at Health City

First Caymanian doctor hired at Health City

| 05/09/2014 | 5 Comments

(CNS Business): A former head girl at John Gray High School is the first Caymanian physician to work at Health City Cayman Islands (HCCI). The private hospital which, it is hoped, will launch medical tourism as the third leg of the Cayman economy, opened its doors in February this year and Dr Irka Lashany Ebanks […]

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Hospitality school aims to find students’ passion in tourism

Hospitality school aims to find students’ passion in tourism

| 05/08/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Marc Langevin, the GM of the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman and a member of the School of Hospitality Studies Advisory Council, said he was very confident that a student who goes through the new hospitality programme and establishes relationships within the industry and demonstrates they have the right character will have no problem finding a […]

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Cayman hospitality school graduates will be job ready

Cayman hospitality school graduates will be job ready

| 04/08/2014 | 1 Comment

(CNS Business): The Cayman Islands School of Hospitality Studies (SHS) will launch in September with its first group of 25 students. Applications are still being accepted for the programme, which is designed for young people between the ages of 17 and 23 and will provide by the end of the first year not only skills […]

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