Members of the BHB team also used the trip to London to visit the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.
Moffatt Makomo, an occupational therapist, said: The recognition our team received at the awards ceremony was truly motivating for us.
In Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe, etc. An independent organization founded as the formal charitable arm for accepting donations and fundraising on behalf of the Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB).
the great majority of hospitals are financed by taxpayers with hospital and medical services included in the taxes paid. A separate entity from the BHB and Ministry of Health, governed by its own Board of Trustees who determine policy and are responsible for its own sound fiscal management. The Bermuda Hospitals Board has been voted Workplace of the Year by an international employee recognition programme. Awards gala in London, while the BHBs Child and Adolescent Services came second in the WOW! Venetta Symonds, BHB CEO, said: This win is not only good for BHB, its good for Bermuda.
While grumbling about its perceived slow service is widespread - and planned government reforms are controversial - its egalitarian ethos is a matter of national pride.
Bermuda's two hospitals above are not in any way part of the UK's NHS and its hospitals system.
A steadily increasing number of patients with chronic kidney disease are suffering unnecessarily and they are a huge burden to the health budgets.
If Bermuda is willing, we can deliver a cost-effective live- donor kidney transplant programme in Bermuda that will save many lives and millions from the health budgets in the years to come.
It comes after the Bermuda Health Council announced it did not support on-island live-donor kidney transplantation at this time because of risks to patient safety and high costs.
Well continue to do our best for Bermudas youth.2017. A local kidney transplant service would save lives and offer patients with chronic kidney disease a better quality of life, according to the Global Transplant Initiative (GTI).
The Norwegian company has proposed setting up a live-donor transplantation programme in Bermuda, which it said would also save millions of dollars in healthcare costs.