BHB: Outpatient Clinics At KEMH Have Moved

September 1, 2016

The Bermuda Hospitals Board is advising the public that its outpatient clinics which operated from the ground floor of the General Wing at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital have moved to 2nd floor of the Acute Care Wing.

“The clinics that have moved are: Infectious Diseases with Dr Michael Ashton, Nephrology with Dr Raphael Loutoby and Pain Management with Dr Annie Pinto and Dr Charles Swart,” a BHB spokesperson said.

“The visitor parking lot on Point Finger Road close to the Emergency Department will be more convenient for patients using the services.

“Within the hospital clear signage is posted directing the public to the new location. Patients have been advised of the move.

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  1. mj says:

    Can we also be informed as to what exactly is a “hospitalist” and how does one get trained or qualified? what is the difference between”hospitalist” and doctor, and since there are job ads for ” hospitalist” shouldn’t Bermudians at least know the qualifyinf factors for these new positions which we never had before, when ones family physician was the doctor of the day? anyone who is hospitalist out there or associate can we have explaination,.. many thanks

  2. Bermuda Hospitals Board Public Relations says:

    A hospitalist is a physician specially trained to provide care to hospitalised patients. Unlike your general practitioner, hospitalists work solely in the hospital and provide care only to the patients when they are in the hospital. Information is readily available online.

    Please contact, if you are considering this as a career and would like to meet with our Chief Hospitalist for more information and advice.