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PHA Press Statement – Repairs to PMH AC Systems Completed

PHA Issues Statement on Kenise Darville Inquiry

PHA Actively Investigating the Incident of Remains of Male Juvenile Patient at Rand Memorial

PHA Launches Investigation into Alleged NEMS Incident

PHA Signs Industrial Agreement with the BPSU

NASSAU, Bahamas — The Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) signed an Industrial Agreement with the Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) at the Office of the Prime Minister on Monday, January 23, 2023. The Minister of Health and Wellness the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville said the government is pleased that the staff represented by the BPSU will now have some of the opportunities to reap some of the benefits that were long outstanding. “This is all part of an agenda from the Ministry of Health and the government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas to address some of these longstanding issues that we need to correct going forward to improve morale at all of the public healthcare facilities to ensure workers are protected and they get what they truly deserve.” The Health Minister added, “I am hap...

PHA’s National Emergency Medical Services Headquarters, Commissioned

NASSAU, The Bahamas — New Office space has been commissioned by The Public Hospitals Authority to house the National Emergency Medical Services (NEMS) headquarters.  NEMS will now be located in the Monument Plaza on University Drive.  A commissioning  and blessing ceremony was held on Thursday, December 22, 2022 to mark the occasion.  Minister of Health and Wellness, the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville said he was excited to see the new site come into fruition after many years in the making. He congratulated Managing Director of the PHA, Dr. Aubynette Rolle and her team for their hard work: “I am proud of the work of the EMS under the leadership of Dr. Rolle. Emergency medical services is a key component of health care, which the government plans to implement throughout...

PHA Signs Transformative Contract with Bahamas Nurses Union

NASSAU, The Bahamas — Stakeholders are calling a contract signed between the Government via the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA), and the Bahamas Nurses Union, August 24, 2022 at the Office of the Prime Minister, a very significant and transformative one that focuses on retention and properly compensating nurses for their contribution to the country. Minister of Health, the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville, said he was excited to be a part of the exercise. He thanked the nurses for their dedication and commitment to the Bahamian people and said that they play a significant role in the welfare of the country.  “Our relationship with nurses has grown and I am pleased to be signing this contract along with the PHA,” said Dr. Darville.  “Nurses are the backbone of healthcare services and contin...