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Dr. Garth Rattray of Jamaica checked himself into Health City Cayman Islands for one condition and he was overjoyed to learn he needed treatment for a less complicated condition, one which the Health City cardiac specialists dealt with so quickly and efficiently that he is recommending the clinic to everyone. Dr. Rattray recalled his cardiologistClick for more >
The 2018 Cayman Airways Youth Cup came to an end on Saturday, 30 June, with Mt Pleasant Football Academy defeating fellow Jamaican side Cavalier Soccer Club 3-0 in the final to lift the trophy. DeAndre Jackson scored his fourth goal of the tournament to open the scoring 13 minutes into the final at Truman BoddenClick for more >
After a dramatic final day of group play, the field has been narrowed to four who are left in contention to lift the 2018 Cayman Airways Youth Cup. Advancing to the semi-finals from Group A are first-place finisher Mt Pleasant Academy and second-placed Cavalier Soccer Club, both from Jamaica. Joining them from Group B areClick for more >
The Health City Cayman Islands model “is potentially very disruptive to U.S. health care” according to authors Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti in an article published in the respected Harvard Business Review journal. Both professors at U.S. universities, Govindarajan and Ramamurti have written the book Reverse Innovation in Health Care: How to Make Value-Based DeliveryClick for more >
There are tight races for semi-final spots in both groups of the 2018 Cayman Airways Youth Cup heading into the final day of pool play at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Thursday. Mt Pleasant Football Academy (Jamaica) and Central Brooklyn Soccer Club (United States) lead the standings of their respective groups. Here’s a recapClick for more >