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Medical Centre Relaunches With Specialist Providers

The MedNet Group of Companies, headed by Dr Charles Diggiss, has re-launched the Centreville Medical Centre (CMC) at the corner of Collins Avenue and Sixth Terrace.

Services available include The Women’s Specialist Medical Centre; Ritecare Clinics for primary care and wound care/ treatment centre; Comprehensive Medical Associates, internal medicine specialists; Gastrocare; The Surgicentre for operating theatres; The Surgical Suite, featuring Riteweigh and multiple specialist surgeons; Femina Health; Pediatric Surgery Bahamas; Urology Care Bahamas; Kairos Eagle Clinical Pastoral Counselling; an an executive meeting room and conference facility

Dr Diggiss said: “The re-launch is intended to highlight the return of Centreville Medical Centre as a leading, modern healthcare facility in Nassau. This upgraded centre provides ‘the cutting edge’ of what is available in out-patient specialty care for all who view this location as their choice for quite a scope of healthcare services.”

The re-launch took place on Wednesday, October 4, and Dr Diggiss added: “We are especially proud of the broad scope of highly-regarded specialists whom we have been able to attract to provide their services from CMC.”

The specialists include: Dr James Iferenta, Ritecare Clinics; Dr Margo Munroe and Dr Darbrielle Hunt-Burrows, Comprehensive Medical Associates; Dr Marcus Cooper, Gastrocare Bahamas; Dr Lorne Charles, The Women’s Specialist Medical Centre.

Other specialist doctors are Dr Theodore Ferguson, Dr Nina Graham; Dr G. Ashaini Knowles; Dr Charles Diggiss; Dr Ross Downes; and Dr Greggory Pinto. Dr Livingston R. Malcolm will provide pastoral counselling.

Dr Diggiss added: “I was delighted to have been a part of the original development of Centreville Medical Centre back in the 1990s, and I now feel that a restored Centreville Medical Centre will be again a major participant in providing healthcare services in our country.”

Centreville Medical Centre will provide a blend of primary care and specialist services, and offer them to patients in both the private and public sector.

 

Source : http://www.tribune242.com/news/2017/oct/06/medical-centre-relaunches-with-specialist/?news