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CWMH extends services to the region


Oct 06, 2013 12:33:22 PM

CWMH extends services to the region Improvement in Fiji’s health care facilities and resources has seen the Ministry of Health extend its services and support to our regional neighbours.

Recently two patients from Solomon Islands underwent angiography test conducted by local specialists at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital (CWMH) while another patient from Kiribati was also referred to the hospital for cardiac check up.

 Minister for Health Dr Neil Sharma said this is one of the key achievements of the ministry and it reflects the improvement into Fiji’s health care system.

“The referral of patients by Solomon Islands and Kiribati to Fiji shows that we have well driven health care facilities and resources which not only benefits locals but our regional friends as well”, said Dr Sharma.
He said not too long ago a Fijian government rehabilitation team was also in Nauru to assess amputees with the aim of getting them ready for prosthetic limb fitting here.

He added that the selected patients would be travelling to Fiji to get their limbs fitted at the Tamavua hospital.

Meanwhile, the Health Ministry has commissioned an MRI machine and a CT scanner to improve services provide by medical officials.

A non-invasive cardiology in the form of echocardiography has also been added to the Cardiac Cat Lab to see the status of the heart soon after heart attack or to detect valves and leaks within the heart.

By Reginald Chandar

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