A dedicated world class team
Our team is devoted to providing you with a world class healthcare treatment. Our focus is on helping you meet your health expectations.
DR. SOOK YIN
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 Honour, and a Paul Harris Fellow award from the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise.
Kristen joined the Clinic in May 2010. She trained in Chicago, Illinois and completed her internship at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, is registered as a Dietitian in the United States and the Cayman Islands, and is a Caribbean Certified Diabetes Educator. She is also educated in Mediator Release Testing for food sensitivities (the most reliable testing available).
Kristen has clinical experience with various nutritional issues including diabetes care, obesity, heart disease, cholesterol, hypertension, sports nutrition and general healthy eating practices. Kristen volunteers with the Cayman Heart Fund, Cayman Islands Diabetes Association, Children’s Health Task Force and the Get Active program.
DR. BEATRIZ ESTEBAN
DR. NYALI TAYLOR
Dr. Nyali Taylor is a vascular surgeon. She has dual degrees in Medicine and Master of Public Health from Drexel College of Medicine. Dr. Taylor completed her general surgery training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, followed by a vascular surgery fellowship at Cooper University Hospital.
Dr. Taylor’s interests are in the treatment of all venous and arterial diseases, the assessment and care of chronic extremity wounds, as well as public health initiatives. She offers safe, contemporary diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Specifically, Dr. Taylor provides care in the following areas:
» Open and endovascular aortic repair
» Endovascular arterial interventions
» Open peripheral arterial surgery
» Open cerebrovascular interventions
» Haemodialysis access
» Minimally invasive venous interventions
» Assessment for advanced wound care
» Assessment for hyperbaric oxygen therapy
DR. SARAH CUFF
Jacqueline who is from Jamaica joined the Clinic staff in September 2010. Jackie is a Medical Technologist by profession and assists the doctors with laboratory related work. Jackie is a certified Medical Technologist with Council for Professions Allied with Medicine (CPAM) and an active member of the Caribbean Association of Medical Technologist, Cayman Islands.
In her spare time you can find her with the Rotary Sunrise team, her professional body or assisting with health fairs.
Please contact us for your:
Work Permit Medicals
Advanced Lipid Screens
Jacqueline Golding McDonald (MSc., BSc., CII Level 3)
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