Hospital holiday weekend hours
The Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB) wishes the public a happy and safe Bermuda Day weekend. If urgent medical care is required we remind you that the Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre (UCC) in St David’s will keep its normal operating hours - from 4pm to midnight on Friday and from noon to midnight on Saturday and Sunday.
If your condition could be serious (for example, stroke, heart attack, serious injury), please go to the Emergency Department at KEMH, where full imaging and surgical services are available.
BHB also reminds the public that emergency physicians attend to patients in the order of the severity of their condition.
While the weather forecast is for relatively mild conditions, BHB reminds you of the importance of staying hydrated and protecting yourself from the sun. Always have a bottle of water at hand and sip it during your Bermuda day activities, whether taking part in the marathon, watching the marathon, taking part in the parade, or attending the parade as a spectator and follow advice on protective clothing and sunscreen based on the UV Index given on weather.bm.
If you need to contact the UCC call 298-7700. To contact KEMH Emergency Department call 239-2009.
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