Universal Healthcare Town Hall Meeting Continued in Sandy Point on Monday November 19
On Monday evening, the National Commission for Universal Healthcare continued its extensive public consultation campaign where citizens and residents will have a say in customizing their future medical protection.
The universal healthcare town hall meeting was held at the Anglican Church hall in Sandy Point.
During the consultations, members of the National Commission and technical experts presented on the green paper for St. Kitts and Nevis’ universal health insurance coverage plan.
They also outlined proposed details for financing options, collection of data, and proposed benefit packages for the country.
The town hall consultations will begin in Nevis Tuesday November 20 with a meeting at the Bath Village basketball court and another on Thursday at the St. Paul’s Anglican church in Nevis.
Consultations in St. Kitts will continue on Wednesday, November 21 at the St. Paul’s Primary School.
The meetings are scheduled every Monday and Wednesday and run until December 10, 2018.