Virgin Islands Health Department Re-Opens Health Clinics On St. Thomas Seven Days After Hurricane Irma Passed
BACK IN BUSINESS: The Virgin Islands Department of Health has re-opened health clinics in St. Thomas.
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — After seven days, the USVI Department of Health said that it “is happy to announce the reopening of three of its clinics today, Tuesday, September 12, 2017, on the island of St. Thomas.”
“The Prenatal clinic will be open to provide services to pregnant women in the St. Thomas/St. John district from 12pm-4pm. In order to provide services, the Prenatal Clinic has relocated; they can now be found at the Family Planning Clinic site, which is located at the Elaine Co/Maternal & Child Health building, across from Nisky Center & the Moravian School. DOH prenatal clients can call Meg Sheahan at Puerto Rico number (787)-455-0838 for more information,” the Health Department said.
The DOH is also resuming services for the Community Health Clinic and the HIV Primary Care clinics. Patients of these two clinics will be served at the Old Municipal Hospital Complex during curfew lifted hours (12-6pm). All previously scheduled appointments are canceled, walk-ins only.
The Department of Health encourages our clients, the community and our staff to monitor the DOH’s Facebook page and/or website for updates on recovery and operations, www.facebook.com/virginislandsdoh and doh.vi.gov.