Well continue to do our best for Bermudas youth.2017. A local kidney transplant service would save lives and offer patients with chronic kidney disease a better quality of life, according to the Global Transplant Initiative (GTI).
The Norwegian company has proposed setting up a live-donor transplantation programme in Bermuda, which it said would also save millions of dollars in healthcare costs.
The Medical Program at KEMH has an Annual Review and Awards Ceremony, sponsored by the Bermuda-based prominent international corporation Merck Sharpe and Dohme. More than 20,000 nominations were submitted, with the BHB beating finalists including City University in London, Help to Buy South West, Imperial College, London and the University of Gloucestershire. Awards, said: Bermuda Hospitals Board really impressed the judges with the focus that they have put on their employee engagement strategy.Dr Scholz said this would need to be done in conjunction with local kidney specialists and other professionals.He added: Thats where we would start working if Bermuda wants to see a transplant programme in one or two years from now. It was so-named to honour Queen Victoria's eldest son Albert (nick-named Bertie), who married Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863 and took the name of King Edward VII when he finally ascended the British Throne in 1901 at the age of 60. Since first constructed as a single unit it has gobbled up once-nearby buildings in constant expansions and renovations along both Point Finger and Berry Hill Road. When first established and purpose-built in 1920 by the Bermuda Government it replaced the old Cottage Hospital (once visited by Mark Twain) in Happy Valley Road, Devonshire Parish.