About Us

We boast an award winning team of doctors committed to exceeding your expectations through optimum healthcare solutions. We offer services that extend from day to day sicknesses to preventative health, women’s health, life-long health management, youth obesity and geriatric medicine.


Practicing preventative care to stop issues before they happen

Our approach to patient care is unique, and we use the latest technologies. We stay connected with others experts on the island and try to help our patients get the best care and support for their required needs.


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Our team is devoted to providing you with a world class healthcare treatment. Our focus is on helping you meet your health expectations.

Our Team


General Practitioner

Dr. Yin, who is originally from Malaysia, has been practicing medicine in the Cayman Islands for over twenty years and is the founder of Seven Mile Medical Clinic. She is registered with both the General Medical Council in the United Kingdom and the Cayman Islands Medical and Dental Council. Dr. Yin trained at Queen’s University, Belfast. She has a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She continued her training at the Royal Victoria Hospital and Belfast City Hospital. Her special interests include preventative health, women’s life-long health management, youth obesity and geriatric medicine.

In addition to English, Dr. Yin is also fluent in Malay and Cantonese. Dr. Yin is actively involved in the community, particularly with the Cayman Islands Cancer Society, the Cayman Heart Fund, the Cayman Islands Swimming Association and the Youth Obesity Taskforce. In recognition of her services to medicine and the community, she was awarded an official MBE in June 2012, a Cayman Islands Certificate of Honor, and a Paul Harris Fellow award from the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise.

Dr. Yin’s favorite things to do are running, eating hot peppers and spending time with her dogs Mr. Bao & Kiwi.


General Practitioner

Dr. Esteban is a specialist in Family Medicine (GP Register, UK), Aviation Medicine, Diving Medicine and also has a diploma in Hyperbaric Medicine. Dr. Esteban has been working at Seven Mile Medical Clinic since 2013. She completed her medical education at Complutense University (Madrid-Spain), and then joined the Spanish Air Force as a Medical Officer. After training at the Air Force Hospital, she gained her specialization in Family Medicine and Aviation Medicine. She worked for the Air Force for 17 years, achieving the grade of Mayor, and then moved to England where she completed a fellowship at the Internal Medicine Department of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (which is associated with Cambridge University).

In addition to English, Dr. Esteban speaks fluent Spanish. Dr. Esteban does charity work with the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.

Her favorite things to do when she is not working are swimming, painting, cooking ‘Tortilla de patata’ and spending time with her family.


General Practitioner

Dr. Cuff grew up in the Cayman Islands and returned to the island in 2016 as a General Practitioner. She was awarded her medical degree with honors from the University of Bristol, UK in 2011. She has a BSc in International Health. Before returning to the Cayman Islands, she practiced for five years in the U.K. and also gained a diploma from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She has experience working with children and in palliative care.

She is currently the Medical Director for the Special Olympics Cayman Islands and is involved in supporting the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.

In her spare time, Dr. Cuff loves to play netball, go to spinning classes and go to the beach with her family.