OPEN HEART SURGERY ( CABG)
The Ministry of Health, Fiji, wishes to advise that open heart surgery (CABG) will be performed in CWM Hospital ,Suva. Details are as below:
- Screening of patients …………….. Free from 4.2.016 to 12.2.2016
- Angiogram from 4.2.2016 to 20.2.2016
- CABG from 14.2.2016 to 26.2.2016
Medical procedures are performed under Joint Venture agreement between the Ministry of Health & Medical Services and Sahyadri Speciality Pacific Hospitals Limited (SSPHL) Fiji, estimated cost are as follows:
||Non Insurance patients ( Fiji Residents)
( Fiji Residents)
|1) A. Cardiology
||$20,000-$25,000 plus VAT
||$24,400-$30,500 plus VAT
We wish to advise that the Ministry is willing to accommodate referrals from all General Practitioners, Hospital, health centres and Insurance companies, etc.
For further enquiries please contact the following personnel during official hours from Monday to Thursday 8.00a.m to 4.30 p.m Friday from 8.00a.m to 4.00 p.m:
Health: Register or renewal required for wholesalers, retailers of tobacco products and suki vendors
The registration of new tobacco retailers/suki vendors or renewal of current tobacco retailer/suki vendor registration certificates is currently effective from the 1st of December 2015 at the Tobacco Control Enforcement Unit [TCEU] office at the Ministry of Health and Medical Services and all Rural Local Authority/Health Offices.
All tobacco product retailers will be levied a registration fee on new or renewed applications as stipulated under Schedule 5 of the Tobacco Control Regulations 2012.
Tobacco and suki vendors must make all efforts to visit the nearest health office in the central, western and northern division. The Tobacco Control Team will be present to do a mass registration and licensing campaign and the certificates will be issued on site.
|Sigatoka Health Office
|Nadi Health Office
|Lautoka Health Office
|Ba Health Office
|Tavua Health Office
|Rakiraki Health Office
|Korovou Health Office
|Nausori Health Office
|Navua Health Office
|Suva – Level 3 Namosi House
|Labasa Health Office
|Nabuwalu Health Office
|Savusavu Health Office
Failure to obtain a registration certificate to sell tobacco products or suki by the 31st of January 2016 is an offence and may incur a penalty of up to $5,000.00. Therefore, any retailer that sells tobacco products without a valid certificate on the 1st of February 2016 is committing an offence and will be subjected to court proceedings.
The Health Ministry once again reminds all tobacco products and suki vendors to register or renew and can contact the Tobacco Control Enforcement Unit (Central) Level 3, Namosi House, Amy Street, Toorak Suva on Ph: 3314988 for more information.