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3T Cayman Invests $5Million in MRI Machine

3T Cayman’s new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine has set the bar high for the standard of medical imaging in the Cayman Islands. The Health Services Authority (HSA) and members of 3T Cayman said the brand new 3.0 Tesla MRI machine puts Cayman firmly on the map when it comes to the highest quality of healthcare technology available for residents, and also provides medical services unavailable elsewhere in the region. The new three dimensional scanner represents an investment of nearly $5 million. Read more »

A Longstanding Commitment to Serving the Country and Improving Healthcare

When Dr. Steve Tomlinson founded Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital (CTMH) in May 2000 it was always with the intention, vision and dream of bringing exceptional healthcare to the residents of the Cayman Islands.  His intentions have been so successful that CTMH has grown to encompass three community clinics, one in Savannah and the other in West Bay and the Visiting Specialist Clinic in George Town.  However, the private/public sector partnership between a private company called 3T Cayman and The Health Services Authority (HSA) may just demonstrate the essence of his dream for the country more vividly than he ever imagined. Read more »

3T Cayman and H.S.A. significantly upgrade the Islands’ MRI capabilities

The placement of a 1.5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) on the campus of the Health Services Authority (H.S.A) represents a major enhancement of diagnostic capability for the Country’s Health Care System. As the first step of a two-step process that will place a 3.0 Tesla MRI at the Hospital within one year, the temporary placement of the 1.5 Tesla MRI  dramatically increases the capability of the H.S.A to scan patients to determine the severity of injuries or causes of illnesses. Procedures will be done here in Grand Cayman that, previously, were done off-Island. Read more »