CRH forum at UTech tomorrow

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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A public forum on the problem-plagued Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH) is being held tomorrow by the University of Technology, Jamaica's Faculty of the Built Environment.

The forum, scheduled to run from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the faculty's lecture theatre 4, will feature architect Dr Patricia Green, lecturer at the faculty's Caribbean School of Architecture, as the main presenter.

Panellists include architect Mark Taylor, Lebert Langley, Patrick Rodney, and Dr Marva Blankson.

The forum is free to the public and comes at a time when issues related to the hospital are still dominating the news cycle.

Yesterday, the health ministry said it had appointed a multi-skilled, independent oversight committee for the hospital's rehabilitation project, in a move to ensure accountability and provide transparency to the Jamaican public.

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