Due to renovations at the Antenatal Clinic of the Seychelles Hospital, the services offered by the unit has been relocated to other areas. The high-risk consultation services has moved to the Perseverance Family Hospital, while Ultrasound scan and cardiotocography  (CTG) will be conducted at Maternity 1, also known as the Antenatal Ward. The clients of the clinic have already been informed personally and they will continue to attend their consultations on appointment basis at the hospital in Perseverance. However, in the event that clients encounter any problem before their scheduled appointment, they are advised to go to the Seychelles Hospital Maternity 1 for assistance. All pregnant women who do not attend the high risk clinic should continue to attend antenatal in   their respective region. Clients residing at Anse aux Pins can attend antenatal services at the nearest health centre providing this service, these are Anse Royale and Les Mamelles health centres.


Patient safety is a serious global public health concern. Patient safety is the absence of preventable harm to a patient during the process of health care and reduction of risk of unnecessary harm associated with health care to an acceptable minimum. You are encouraged to speak up about patient safety to help prevent medical accidents and to reflect on areas of improvement.

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Update on measles situation in Seychelles

As of today 23rd January 2020, the Public Health Authority have detected 30 suspected cases of measles. Of these 9 have been confirmed to have measles and are being treated. These reported cases are all from Praslin and aged above 30.

Members of the public are reminded of some tips to prevent infection from measles:

• Avoid contact with people who are vulnerable to the infection, such as young children and pregnant women, while you are ill.

• If you are diagnosed with measles you should avoid work or school for at least 4 days.

• Cover nose and mouth with tissue or flexed elbow when coughing and sneezing.

• Take vaccination when available.

• Maintain good hygiene by cleaning hands with soap and water or alcohol based hand rub.
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