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All out-patients’ clinics at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital will be closed today, Tuesday and Wednesday as a result of the pending passage of Tropical Storm Dorian.

Patients affected by the closure will be contacted by the medical records department to facilitate the rescheduling of their appointments.

Antenatal patients who are due within the next four weeks or are high risk, who have appointments today in the Dr Chatrani and Dr Welch out-patients’ clinics will be accommodated on Thursday, August 29, in the Dr Best and Dr McIntyre out-patients’ clinics.

Those with appointments on Tuesday in the Dr Lafond and Dr Robinson out-patients’ clinics and are due within the next four weeks or are at high risk, will be accommodated on Friday, August 30, in the Dr Chase out-patients’ clinic. (PR)

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