see also:
Accessing Public Healthcare
Point of Care Testing
Chronic Disease Assistance Programme
National Organ Transplant Unit
Cancer Care and Treatment
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Charitable Cardiac Surgery
Insect Vector Control Division
Mobile Clinics
Mental Health
Immunization
Nutrition and Metabolism
Chemistry, Food and Drug Division
Other Services
Your Right to Quality Service
Blood Transfusion Services
    Frequently Asked Questions
    Initiatives
    Statistics
    Related Agencies
    Tender Notices
    Employment
    Suggestions / Complaints
Virtual Health Library - Trinidad and Tobago
 
 Chemistry, Food and Drugs Division
 
 
 Caribbean Health Research Council (CHRC) - Clinical Guidelines
 
Contacts to Remember
 Ambulance:

811

 Police:

999

 Fire:

990

 ODPM:

640-1285

 CDAP:

800-CDAP

 

Home > Services
National Health Service (Future)

What is the National Health Service?
The National Health Service (NHS) is a health care programme of the Gov't of Trinidad and Tobago that will provide an essential package of Health Care services to all eligible persons at any accredited public and/or private health instutitions of their choice.



When will the NHS be implemented?
This programme is estimated to be fully implemented by 2012.



Target Group:

All eligible citizens of Trinidad and Tobago



     Home  |  News  |  Events  |  FAQs  |  Downloads  |  Related Links  |   RSS Feeds  |  Contact Us
The Ministry of Health - Trinidad and Tobago
#63 Park Street Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.   Phone: 868-627-0010