Health Center Announces New Hours of Operation and Items for Distribution

U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Health

The St. Thomas East End Medical Center Corporation announces an updated schedule and items for distribution. Full services will be provided from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, starting Monday, Oct. 23. Appointments will be honored and walk-in patients are welcome. Prescription distribution via the donated medication program will continue from 1:30-3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Patients needing immunizations are invited to visit the health center to see a nurse or to make an appointment, said the V.I. Department of Health

The medical center received a large shipment of toddler kits equipped with non-perishable food and toiletries for infants between newborn to 12 months from the V.I. Department of Health through FEMA. The items will be distributed to the general public at the Tutu Park Mall adjacent to the food court during regular hours of operation.

Staff and management of the St. Thomas East End Medical Center Corporation is grateful to the V.I. Water and Power Authority, V.I. Department of Health, VITEMA, Tutu Park Mall, VIYA, FEMA, Ian Douglas, PharmD, Direct Relief, Army Corp of Engineers, Vermont National Guard Disaster Medical Team, and the Federal Bureau of Public Health Services for working to bring the health center to full service.

East End Medical Center’s main phone line is now operable. Inquiries can be made at 775-3700.

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St. Thomas East End Medical Center

775-3700, ext. 2053; 626-3930 (cell); 777-7927 (fax)

[email protected]; www.steemcc.org

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  1. Greetings. Please note that the information as published is incorrect in the following areas: 1) This media release is from the St. Thomas East End Medical Center Corporation (STEEMCC), not the VI Department of Health. STEEMCC is a federally qualified private non-profit corporation. 2) The associated logo is not STEEMCC’s logo. 3) The quote should not be attributed to a VI Department of Health official, rather to the Executive Director of STEEMCC.
    Can you please make these corrections to reflect the official media release issued by STEEMCC on Friday, October 20, 2017, in order not to confuse our patients and the general public. Thank you.
    –Moleto A. Smith Jr., STEEMCC Executive Director

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