CHAPTER VIII: The Victoria Jubilee Hospital and Drs Rose and Ivan Parboosingh

Golding, John
January 1994
Ascent to Mona as Illustrated by a Short History of Jamaican Med;1994, p66
Book Chapter
Chapter 8 of the book "Ascent to Mona As Illustrated by a Short History of Jamaican Medical Care" is presented. It discusses the role played by Doctors Rose and Ivan Parboosingh at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital (VJH) in Jamaica. It provides the academic and medical backgrounds of the couple, who were both educated in the U.S. It is said that Ivan had become experienced in anaesthesia, emergency surgery and gynaecology.


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