Governor Albert Bryan Jr. is creating a new path for hardworking residents to access health care coverage by promoting choice and competition in the USVI, and by strengthening negotiating power with providers from larger risk pools.
The coupon book and premium letter do not apply to retirees over the age of 65 and covered under the Virgin Islands’ Health Insurance program.
Time in the Sensory Lagoon helps children improve their visual, auditory and tactile processing, as well as fine and gross motor skills.
Taking care of ourselves is as important to our survival as it is to care for others, particularly during the coronavirus pandemic.
An announcement made by the Virgin Islands Soccer Association that the season will begin resulted from a misunderstanding that led it to plan the season thinking that permission had been granted.
In October, the Office of the Governor distributed the survey to determine how ready local doctors and healthcare providers are to use technology to extend their reach beyond traditional clinical settings.
Artists, organizations, students and craftspeople can all enter to win prizes while supporting the Yvonne Ashley Galiber Foundation.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have expanded the definition of “close contact” *to include being within six feet of an infected person for short periods (one minute or less) that add up to 15 minutes over 24-hours
The relationship between oral health (mouth) and systemic health (body) shows how every aspect of our health can be affected by what we eat and drink.
The Office of Disaster Recovery has announced the obligation of $1,837,783 to the Department of Health for the demolition of the old mental health building and interior renovations to its clinical buildings on St. Thomas.