Brantley highlights investments of CCM led NIA in infrastructure of health sector

Brantley further notified about the investments made by the administration and asserted that they have significantly upgraded and renovated all the health centres in Nevis to facilitate the citizens with the great treatment.

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Concerned Citizens’ Movement (CCM) led Nevis Island Administration (NIA) have invested more than $16 million and uplift the physical infrastructure of the health sector across St Kitts and Nevis. The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley has recently updated about the significant investment by the government and noted that the health sector had witnessed advanced technology in the health sector.

On Monday, February 21, 2022, Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley, through his Facebook Post, noted,” Investments in physical infrastructure under your CCM led NIA in the health sector in Nevis”.,

Brantley further notified about the investments made by the administration and asserted that they have significantly upgraded and renovated all the health centres in Nevis to facilitate the citizens with the great treatment.

With the financial assistance, the elderly homes also have advanced and upgraded them to the Flamboyant Home, which assists the older people of Nevis and helps them to live an extraordinary life, and foreign minister cited that the older people have provided the specialised and exceptional kitchens.

Moreover, the projects such as New Hospital Main Kitchen Project and the new hospital wing are underway, which could aid the medical staff and patients and enhance the hospital’s medical facilities and enhance the autopsies and postmortem technologies with the tremendous investment by Nevis administration.

The Gate House at the hospital is the respiratory clinic has also enhanced with the financial assistance to make the efficient structure of the hospital, as per Mark Brantley.

Brantley informed that the government had constructed the double port garages with the advanced facilities to add new ambulances so that it could ease the patients while coming to the hospital.

The authorities have upgraded the private wards of the hospitals in Nevis, and to advance the techniques in the hospital’s isolation unit; the country has made an efficient investment so that it could facilitate the medical staff of the country. It has also boosted the level of diagnosis of diseases such as the COVID-19 pandemic.