Contact numbers for all of our doctors are listed on our answering service. If it is a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the emergency room at either the Cayman Islands Hospital or Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital. Notify your doctor as soon as possible of the emergency.
Your doctor will call you as soon as he/she has your results. Depending on the test performed, it may take up to two weeks for your doctor to receive your results.
Please review the detailed information regarding insurance acceptance on the “Office Policies” page.
We accept Visa and MasterCard.
The cost of a visit varies depending on how long the doctor spends with you, and the reason for your visit. An initial consultation will cost approximately $120 without any additional testing or procedures.
If you are a new patient, you will need to make an appointment to see a doctor. Please bring a list of all medications you are on with you, including the name of the medication, the strength of the medication, the dosage and how you take the medication. If you are an existing patient and you need to refill your prescription, please call the clinic and a doctor will call you back as soon as possible. Please allow five days as you may need to make an appointment to see the doctor before he/she will renew your prescription.
You will need to make an appointment to see a doctor before a referral can be provided.
At this time, we are not able to offer online appointments.
There is plenty of convenient parking outside the clinic.
You will need to complete a release of medical information form and fax it or deliver it to our office. There may be an administrative fee associated with the request.
Yes it is, there are also designated parking spots for wheel chair accessibility.
The initial visit cost is $100 and the session lasts approximately 50-60 minutes. Follow up visits are $60 for 30 minutes. Group pricing and group sessions are also available.
You will need to bring a picture ID such as a driving license, passport or other government issued ID. Additionally, you will need to bring your health insurance card, any recent medical reports from another doctor or testing facility including lab tests and radiology reports, and a list of all medications – prescription and non-prescription – that you are using.