Jamaica: State-Of-The-Art High-Dependency Units Opened At Spanish Town Hospital

Hundreds of premature infants and high-risk pregnant women will have improved quality healthcare with the official opening of the official 22 million Euro high-dependency units (HDUs) at the Spanish Town Hospital.

It is the third of four high-dependency units now in operation and is made possible through the Programme for the Reduction of Maternal and Child Mortality (PROMAC), with donor assistance from the European Union (EU).

Dr Christopher Tufton, minister of health and wellness, said that the PROMAC places Jamaica firmly on the road to sustainable Development Goal 3, which is good health and well-being for all, at all ages.


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