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(Caribbean News Now): BRADES, Montserrat (GIU) -- Britain’s Department for International Development (DFID) will provide EC$34.53 million to improve the physical infrastructure on the existing site at the Glendon Hospital in Montserrat.

Permanent Secretary Elijah Silcott confirmed that the funds will also be used to purchase new equipment and provide staff training and development to support the change process in hospital departments as a result of the improved facilities. In addition there will be a major health education and health promotion programmes on diabetes, hypertension and nutrition.

The project will also involve the building of a new obstetrics ward, as well as wards for both men and women. There will be facilities for day case surgery in the future. The wards will have the potential to isolate patients if required and specific arrangements for the mentally ill. The hospital is to receive a new ward for children, a new casualty/outpatient block with waiting areas, pharmacy, kitchen facilities, records department, X-ray, administration area and telemedicine facilities. 

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