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Rymer launches mobile clinic in 5th District

Kye Rymer

Fifth District Representative Kye Rymer has launched a mobile clinic to address the pressing healthcare needs of his constituents.

A release from Rymer said the mobile clinic was launched on May 27 in partnership with the committee to Keep District 5 Alive.

Rymer emphasised the significance of this much-needed programme for the district. Speaking of its immediate impact, he said the mobile clinic attended to more than 12 individuals in the comfort of their homes.

Rymer also underscored the importance of the mobile clinic, highlighting the unparalleled convenience it offers to the community. “Taking care of your health has never been easier,” he stated. “The Fifth District Mobile Clinic brings basic medical examinations and procedures right to your doorstep, providing you with convenient access to quality healthcare. With our team of experienced and compassionate medical professionals, we are here to help our District take charge of their health and wellness. Let us prioritise our well-being together.”

The mobile clinic initiative is scheduled to take place once a month. Individuals interested in registering for this programme are encouraged to contact the Fifth District Office at 284 499-5565.

Rymer’s Mobile Clinic comes amid promises elected leaders have made to do better throughout this legislative year. On the campaign trail for the general elections this year, many promised to engage residents and fix poor infrastructure in their communities.

Recently, Sixth District Representative Myron Walwyn announced that he will also be opening his constituency office and will provide a number of services to residents including special office hours for the hispanic community and job placement services.

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  1. dont mind he says:

    He only did that because MB gives out free medicine in D5 to the elders

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  2. Anonymous says:

    He only did it as his mammy in law a cr**k waiting to joint big boss in Miami jail

  3. Ning says:

    For the sake of clarity to a taxpayer when you say in partnership with the committee to keep District 5 Alive what does that actually mean? Is this a BVIHSA clinics department initiative? Will the committee be paying for these services? If not who is? Who will be working in this mobile clinic? Do they have approval from BVIHSA and Medical and Dental Commission to work and operate the mobile clinic? Do you pay out of pocket or are the services covered by NHI?
    Would it not be better to use these resources, time and energy to insure the re-opening of the Road Town clinic to serve district 4,5,and 6 and keep the collective BVI Alive instead of just the one? Just saying!

  4. D5 only? says:

    If the other district residents are not included in the program, then I hope their taxes are not being used to help pay for it.

  5. truth says:

    !!!!agreed
    @d5 only

  6. lol says:

    probably a medical provider living in the district is providing the services

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