In order to adhere to social distancing and lock down rules clinics have put in place special procedures to be followed by all patients. Read onto find out what measures your clinic has put in place.
If you suspect you have COVID-19 or are displaying symptoms please visit the Health Services Authority’s website for guidance and for more information on the lock down, curfew and other measures visit the Government website.
Flu hotline 1 800 534 8600 or (345) 947 3077
Mental Health hotline 1 800 534 6463 – Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Heath Services Authority
Urgent refills can be delivered to your home during the curfew period (Thursday 26th and Friday 27th) by contacting the Cayman Islands Pharmacy at (345) 244 2715 or (345) 244 2716. The pharmacy itself is currently closed.
Health City Cayman Islands
The Outpatient Pharmacy at Health City Cayman Islands is currently closed for pick-up. If you have a pharmacy query or need a refill of your prescription, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Other pharmacies providing delivery and whatsApp prescription refills (as of April 20th) include:
General Practitioners, Paediatricians and Women’s Health and other Health Care Providers
All patients must call the clinic in the first instance. No patients are to visit the clinic without a confirmed appointment Tel: (345) 949 7400 or (345) 949 4234. When you call the clinic, you will be put in touch with your doctor, and if deemed necessary, they will arrange to see you at the clinic at a designated time.
Cayman Clinic can arrange for prescriptions to be sent to your pharmacy of choice. If your matter is not urgent, please email your doctor directly. All email addresses are available on the Cayman Clinic website.
Now offering online services through the use of Telemedicine. See general practioner Dr. Alvaro Arminan, or dermatologist, Dr. Rebeca De Miguel, without any physical contact and from the safety of your home. Certain limitations apply. If you would like to schedule an appointment or have any questions, please call (345)925-2512 or email email@example.com. Appointments for annual mole checks, minor procedures, and surgeries be rescheduled.
Doctors Express is a walk-in clinic in the Cayman Islands that offers urgent healthcare at affordable pricing.
Open 9am-9pm, 7 days a week. Doctors Express continue to accept walk in appointments, although they have stopped seeing patients with flu like symptoms, respiratory elements or fever. They still offer digital x-ray, full laboratory diagnostic testing, pharmacy and their usual GP and urgent care services.
They are also offering telemedicine consultations through EMR, which is an extension of their online patient portal. They disinfect all change and bank notes that enter and leave the facility from any source and sterilise their facility on a nightly basis using ozonation technology. Doctors
Express is enforcing social distancing by limiting visitors accompanying patients to their facility.To prevent the spread of disease they have also conducted one-on-one
surgery-level hand-washing sessions with each of their staff members.
Dr. Ulrich Ecke is offering telemedicine appointments only. Call (345) 745 3253 for appointment requests and prescriptions.
Integra is offering video or telephone consultations in place of clinic visits. These can be booked through the website or by calling (345) 745 7450. Physical appointments for all patient types can only be booked by phoning the clinic on (345) 745 7450, so that they can undertake some enhanced triage and help you most effectively. Please visit Integra’s COVID-19 web page for more detailed information.
Dr John Addleson and Dr Philip Buys are conducting in-office telephone consultations only.
Call (345) 945 2881 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also send a message via Whatsapp: Dr Philip Buys +1 561-398-5590. Dr John Addleson (345) 926 4953.
All consultations are being conducted as telehealth consultations. Call (345) 949 5600, text (345) 916 2575 or email email@example.com with your name, telephone number and regular doctor.
All of these methods are monitored during normal business hours. A message will be forwarded to the doctor upon receipt, who will call the patient. There will be a doctor available to see the patient if the doctor who initially speaks to the patient deems it absolutely necessary.
Dr. Cona and Dr. Rogers will now be conducting online telemedicine only so that patients may still be able to receive expert care from the comfort of their own home. They are no accepting walk-ins at this time. Call (345) 945-7077 to schedule an appointment.
Patients to call for initial telephone consultations. Both locations are open for in person consultations. The pharmacy at Camana Bay has been closed for two weeks.
– Camana Bay Clinic and Lab: 8am-6pm Monday to Saturday.
– Caribbean Plaza Clinic, Pharmacy and Lab open 7am-5pm Monday to Friday and Saturday from 8am-1pm.
Will only provide emergency dental treatment at this time. For dental emergencies email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (345) 324 9500 or (345) 936 9500.
Providing only emergency treatments to avoid congestion at this point.
Temporary closure in effect until April 1st. If you currently have an appointment scheduled in March, please note that we are cancelling all non-urgent appointments to help prevent the spread of the virus. All patients with appointments will be contacted to reschedule. Should you have a dental emergency call (345) 949 7303 to be directed to an on-call dentist.
Emergencies only, Monday-Friday 8am-1pm. You must call The Dental Centre in the first instance.