The Grand Bahama Health Services is an institution of the Public Hospitals Authority located on Grand Bahama Island, the industrial capital of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. It is a local healthcare system comprised of the Rand Memorial Hospital and ten (10) outlying Community Health Clinics.
The Rand Memorial Hospital, located in Freeport, Grand Bahama has a staff population of 721, a total of 86 beds, and in keeping with its motto, “Our Patient is the reason we are here”, provides as secondary level of care, patient services, specialist services and allied health services to residents of Grand Bahama and the northern region of The Bahamas.
Community Clinics services are currently provided through seven (7) main clinics and three (3) satellite clinics on Grand Bahama and surrounding cays in West End, Eight Mile Rock, Hawksbill, High Rock, McLeans Town, Sweetings Cay, and Grand Cay, Abaco. Satellite Clinics are located in Freetown, Pelican Point and Water Cay. The Community Clinics provide primary health care services, including Home Health/Domiciliary Care, Gerontology and Dental services and Food Handlers Clinic.
Health Education Materials and other brochures are provided to assist you with information that would lend to maintaining a healthy lifestyle or learning more about the medical condition that affects your health. Information may also be used for research and writing papers or preparation of projects for school students. This resource centre also provides a Patient Handbook and relevant downloadable medical records documents and forms for your convenience.