From Monday 6th August 2018, the English River Health Centre will undergo a series of renovation to upgrade its delivery of community health services.
The main works will be at the Accident and Emergency Unit. These include extension works on the front area to expand the area for new rooms. Because of this, the Accident and Emergency unit will remain closed until further notice.
Acute emergency cases should be sent to the Casualty Unit of the Seychelles Hospital. Such cases are usually labelled category one and two cases. In these instances an immediate response to a life threatening conditions is required or rapid assessment and/or urgent transport is needed.
Additionally, the facility will get a fresh coat of paint and refurbishment of other units.
The works will be done in two phases and are expected to last 6 months. Necessary precautions have been taken to minimize inconveniences.
The Health Care Agency thanks the public for their cooperation and understanding.
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