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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.


General Practitioner

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:

» Endovascular arterial interventions
» Open peripheral arterial surgery
» Hemodialysis access
» Minimally invasive venous interventions
» Assessment for advanced wound care

In her spare time, Dr. Taylor enjoys playing softball, baking with her kids and holiday family gatherings.



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.

Her favorite things to do are Crossfit, experiment in the kitchen and travel with her husband and daughter.

Raymond Serafica

Registered Nurse

Raymond is our clinic nurse and has worked in the clinic since 2017. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Nursing in 2010 in the Philippines and qualified as an RN in 2011. He has over 11 years experience in the healthcare industry and worked along with multiple disciplines in both hospitals, specialised care and in primary care settings. He has over 5 years of professional background in Clinical trials and laboratory operations and 5 years in primary care with concentration in the area of wound care. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Nursing specialising in family and adult health nursing.

Raymond’s favourite part of his job is assessing patients’ wounds, providing proper wound dressings and treatments, monitoring healing progress, and educating patients on proper wound care techniques to ensure optimal outcomes. He takes pride in facilitating the healing process for his patients and helping them get back to their daily activities as soon as possible. Additionally, he enjoys building strong relationships with patients and their families, and providing ongoing support and care.

In his spare time, Ray enjoys karaoke, sci-fi Audiobooks and travelling.

Christine Mathews

Practise Manager (and Notary)

Christine has been involved with the Clinic since its inception and started working here in 2010. She holds a Masters degrees in Business Administration and Sports Science and prior to working at the Clinic, she was the Chief Operating Officer of the Cayman Islands Cancer Society for 7 years running all of the Society’s operations, education programs and fundraising events. She has also served as a Director on several boards and is a Notary Public in the Cayman Islands.

She was born in Kingston, Jamaica but considers Cayman home as she has lived here for over 30 years now. Chris loves helping our patients and her hobbies in her spare time are yoga and cooking.

Maria O Shea

Clinical Co-Ordinator

Maria has been working with the clinic since 2019. She has been in Cayman for 9 years and working in the customer service industry for 18 years. She has an Honours Degree in Biomedical Engineering from her home country, Ireland. She has had a keen interest in the medical industry since she was young and loves her involvement in patient care at the clinic.

She loves building relationships with the patients and staff, and ensuring that everyone receives the treatment they deserve.

In her free time, Maria enjoys spending time with her family including her 3 fur babies from Cayman Islands Humane Society, volunteering with Movember Cayman and Cayman Islands Cancer Society and cooking.

Roberta Wicab

Insurance Co-Ordinator

Roberta is originally from Belize and has worked with the clinic since 2014. She holds an Associate degree in General Studies and a Certified professional insurance biller for which she has 10 years experience. Her favourite part of her job is resolving discrepancies and investigating denied claims, ensuring our patients are covered. When Roberta is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

Desmond Graham

Clinic Accountant

Desmond has worked with the clinic since 2012. He is a British trained accountant and schooled at South West London College. Prior to working here, he was employed in Barbados as the Financial Controller at the Barbados Marketing Corporation, a government Statutory body. In Cayman he has worked for Ken Hall group and for Scotts Industries. He also worked for the National Trust and prior to coming to the Clinic his position was Operations Manager at Hew Supplies.

He was born in St John, Barbados but has lived in Cayman since 1978. Cayman is certainly his home. His hobbies are walking and a little home gardening, but his passion is for service. He has been a member of the Lions Club of Grand Cayman since 1987. Prior to coming to Cayman, he was a Charter member of the Leo Club of Barbados in 1971. He has been associated with the Lions movement for over 50 years.

His favourite part of his job is sharing experiences and working with a really great group of colleagues. The staff are wonderful and he really looks forward to coming in every day.

Alice Powell


Ms. Alice has worked with Dr. Yin since 1989 and with the clinic since its opening in 2009. She started as a medical receptionist and has attained several certificates throughout her career here. Alice is from West Bay in Grand Cayman and is a familiar face for many of our long-standing patients. Her favourite part of her job is helping people, being kind to people and coming to see her “clinic family” every day! In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, gardening and making beautiful flower arrangements.

Roisin Hankey


Roisin hails from the lovely Dublin in Ireland. She has a BSc in Tourism Management and extensive experience working in customer service and client relations. She loves being able to chat with our patients every day and work with our amazing doctors. In her spare time, she is a member of the Cayman Islands Gaelic Football Club and enjoys walking the dogs at the Humane Society.

Celeste Charnley


Celeste joined the team in 2021. Originally from Gloucestershire in the UK, she is a qualified Emergency Medical Technician and has worked in medical administration since 2020. Prior to that she was a dive instructor/yachtie for 10 years. Her favourite part of working in the clinic is seeing and talking to a variety of different people throughout the day, both coworkers and patients. In her free time, she enjoys going to the gym, diving and volunteering on the ambulance.