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23A Winchester Rd Kingston 10 JamaicaGet directions
The Winchester Surgical and Medical Institute are strategically located at 3A Winchester Road between New Kingston and Half - Way Tree. It is situated close to the most traver
sed roads of Kingston, Half-Way Tree, Hope Road and Trafalgar/Waterloo. This location is convenient to the motoring public and pedestrians. Medical Associates and Andrews Memorial Hospital are in close proximity to the complex. Meeting the Needs of Patients
We strive for excellence in meeting the needs of our patients in a quality, caring & a healing environment in which the essential contribution of each member of staff is valued. Our vision is to be the BEST choice for high quality healthcare in Jamaica. We expect you'll find our staff very easy to work with and our doctors nothing less than professional. We will listen to your needs and evaluate the treatment based on our years of medical experience.
Winchester Surgical & Medical Institute (W.S.M.I.) are a one-stop Hospital and health care complex
the only one of its kind in Latin America and the Caribbean. We offer a wide range of services under one roof. There is no need to travel to several different health facilities to take care of your health needs. Come to Winchester, we take the hassle out of health care. We have over 60 doctors practising at Winchester including a wide range of Specialists and consultants. Our Ambulatory (same day) surgery and Hospital unit does both major and minor procedures. Read more......Read less
Dr. I. G Anderson is the ‘Parish Veterinary Officer’ for St. Ann assigned by the 'Government of Jamaica,The Veterinary Division, Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries.' Dr.
Anderson is responsible for disease surveillance and its impact on the welfare of humans in St. Ann. He keeps a close eye on the parish and its well being, as was the case of an outbreak of 'Brucellosis' (Bang's disease/Undulating fever) several years ago. This was kept under control and has been successfully eradicated. Dr. Anderson generally handles these and other special cases. His practice however presently focuses mainly on dogs and cats, facilitating their treatment and overall wellbeing.
In 1982 Dr. Anderson was awarded a Government Scholarship to study at Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama U.S.A., this scholarship was awarded before the completion of his first degree in Natural Sciences at the University of the West Indies (Mona). At Tuskegee University Dr. Anderson completed a Bachelor’s degree in ‘Pure and Applied Sciences’ as well as his D.V.M. qualifying as a ‘Doctor of Veterinary Medicine’. He returned home in 1987 and was bonded with the Jamaican Government until 1992, thereafter he began his private practice. Read more......Read less