CTMH | Doctors Hospital Donates is a community service initiative where the Administrator, Doctors, Nurses and other Staff collectively give back to the community. They do this through their time, monetary donations and via service club donations.
While CTMH | Doctors Hospital sponsors events and other organisations from a corporate level; CTMH | Doctors Hospital Donates also raises money throughout their organisation to support various causes. Each member of staff has the opportunity to support worthy causes. This is another way they build up the community, donate their time or help a child in need while showing the love and support the Cayman Islands has grown on for so many years.
On Friday September 15th, 2017, CTMH Doctors Hospital staff supported The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association of The Cayman Islands (ADACI) by participating in their fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Over twenty staff members bought ADACI purple awareness T-Shirts and also wore purple to show their support in the worldwide struggle of Alzheimer’s disease. The Alzheimer’s […]Read More
CTMH | Doctors Hospital is now accepting applications for it’s 2017 Scholarship Program. The scholarship is available for tuition assistance.Read More
On Saturday, March 11th, the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation of the Cayman Islands held their inaugural event: Pretty on the Outside at the National Gallery. This spectacular event consisted of a fashion show, featuring the handbags and clutches created by Louise & Eleanor, and modelled by the Miss Cayman Islands 2017 contestants. Alyssa Christian, chairman of the foundation, along with Louise & Eleanor, created a clutch specifically for MS, The Hope Bag. This special bag was launched at the end of the fashion show.Read More
On Saturday, March 11th, the Cayman Breast Cancer Foundation held its seventh annual Light up the Night walk down Seven Mile Beach. Hundreds of people came out to help to raise money for the Breast Cancer Foundation. Everyone walked from Royal Palms to the Ritz-Carlton and back in the light of the (almost) full moon. […]Read More