COVID-19 HOTLINE: 141

What We Do

To relentlessly promote, protect and restore the health, quality of life and dignity of all people in Seychelles, with the active participation of all stakeholders, through the creation of an enabling environment for citizens to make informed decisions about their health.

“San arete, pour promouvwar, proteze e retabli lasante, kalite lavi ek dignite tou dimoun dan Sesel, avek partisipasyon aktiv tou bann parti prenan, atraver kreasyon sa lanvironman favorab pour sitwayen fer desizyon enformen lo zot lasante.”

The attainment, by all people in Seychelles of the highest level of physical, social, mental and spiritual health and living in harmony with nature.

“Ki tou dimoun dan Sesel i reisir ariv lo pli o nivo lasante fizik, sosyal, mantal e spirityel e ki zot viv an armoni avek lanatir.”

  • Caring:  We consider health as our business and caring as our vocation
  • Development: We shall always develop the health staff to lead our people to healthier lifestyles
  • Excellence: Anything we do now, we shall try to do it better the next time
  • Partnership: We believe in a perpetual partnership with our stakeholders
  • People: We value our health workforce as our most important asset
  • Productivity: We shall strive untiringly to deliver both quality and quantity in health care
  • Professionalism: We believe that skills professionalism is a sine qua non for health improvement
  • Reward and Teamwork: We believe that team work brings about better results and that team achievements bring rewards to everyone
  • Service: We shall serve both with our heart and our mind

PRESS RELEASE

COVID-19 positive patient transferred to Mahe for further care
September 15, 2020
Public Health Authority confirms new COVID-19 case on Praslin
September 12, 2020
Health officials follow up new COVID-19 positive case, urges adherence to health guidelines
September 11, 2020

NOTICE

Call the Department of Health hotline on 141 if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or any health concerns on COVID-19. 

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Despite all the challenges, health workers are committed to the safe care of patients. To do so they need a safe working environment, adequate resources,and a workplace where physical and mental health matters. As the World commemorates Patient Safety Day on 17th September, lets remember that safe health workers, results in safe patients. ... See MoreSee Less

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