Hospital Profile: Cayman Islands Hospital
Cayman Islands Hospital is a full service 124-bed hospital offering a range of in-patient and out-patient services as well as the only 24-hour accident and emergency service in the Cayman Islands
We have an 18-bed hospital in Cayman Brac, as well as district health centres located in George Town, West Bay, Bodden Town, East End, North Side and Little Cayman.
Cayman Islands Hospital is the principal healthcare facility in the country, and is a modern, 139,066 sq. ft., two-story facility administrated by the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority.
Q: What areas of medicine does CIH specialise in?
A: CIH specialises in a wide range of fields including gynaecology & obstetrics, paediatrics, internal medicine, dermatology, anaesthesiology, public health, orthopaedics, psychology, cardiology, gastroenterology, psychiatry, radiology, nephrology, ophthalmology, ear, nose and throat, reconstructive surgery.
Q: What services are available at CIH?
A: Our full range of comprehensive in-patient and out-patient services are designed to meet the needs of patient surgeries, seriously ill patients, urgent medical care, general medical conditions, community health, dental and eye health, support for mental health issues, sick children, mothers expecting a new baby and much more.
Q: What can patients at CIH expect during their stay?
A: Patients will receive professional, patient-centred care provided by friendly, qualified staff from many countries. We endeavor to provide quality care and our equipment is maintained by qualified in-house and off-shore personnel.
Lizzette Yearwood, C.E.O.
Lizzette Yearwood is the Chief Executive Officer of the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority. A registered nurse, Lizzette has been with the HSA for almost 23 years and has a wealth of experience in healthcare settings overseas. She holds certification from the American Society of Healthcare Risk Management, and has a master’s degree in healthcare administration.