Louna Alcime, a student at Bahamas Institute of Business and Technology, completed her practical course requirements in medical assisting today, after spending 6 weeks with us at the Centre for Digestive Health.
Dr. Harold Munnings is pictured here with Abaco-based holistic practitioner Dr. Ras Jah Rupert Roopi at the 18th Annual Grand Bahama Medical and Dental Association (GBMDA) Conference at Pelican Bay Resort.
Beauty queen, Danielle Grant visited The Centre For Digestive Health and brightened our Monday. Earlier this month, Danielle was crowned Miss Bahamas Universe, and will travel to Bangkok, Thailand in December to compete in the 2018 Miss Universe pageant.
Ninety-year-old Ms. Johnson travelled all the way from Acklins Island with her daughter to see gastroenterologist Dr. Harold Munnings at The Centre For Digestive Health. Aside from providing his medical expertise, Dr. Munnings delighted in entertaining the two with an impromptu guitar serenade.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Harold Munnings was live on Island 102.9FM this morning with The Cancer Society of The Bahamas to promote colon cancer awareness. Colon cancer is one of the leading causes of death but it doesn’t have to be. Screening not only detects colon cancer but can actually prevent it. Get screened! Colon cancer is…
The Centre For Digestive Health recently teamed up with Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church to help families in the Parkgate and Kemp Road area prepare for the new school year. Free backpacks and school supplies were handed out to children grades six and under. Dozens of children received much-needed items to make the back-to-school transition easier….