Sunday Social | Lifestyle | Jamaica Gleaner


Sunday Social | Lifestyle | Jamaica Gleaner

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Published:Sunday | September 18, 2022 | 12:07 AM

After greeting each other, Dr Damien King (left) and Dr Nadiya Figueroa stopped to smile for the camera during the Master of Medicine’s Summit cocktail reception.

From left: Senator Tom Tavares-Finson, Speaker of the House of Representatives Marisa Dalrymple Philibert and Dr Ernest C. Madu, co-founder of the Heart Institute of the Caribbean.

From left: Senator Tom Tavares-Finson, Speaker of the House of Representatives Marisa Dalrymple Philibert and Dr Ernest C. Madu, co-founder of the Heart Institute of the Caribbean.

Project managers Renate McDonald (left) and Shani Reid flank Dr Dainia Baugh, president and chief executive officer of the Heart Institute of the Caribbean.

Project managers Renate McDonald (left) and Shani Reid flank Dr Dainia Baugh, president and chief executive officer of the Heart Institute of the Caribbean.

Senator Tom Tavares-Finson and Nigerian High Commissioner to Jamaica Dr Maureen Tamuno pose for a quick photograph.

Senator Tom Tavares-Finson and Nigerian High Commissioner to Jamaica Dr Maureen Tamuno pose for a quick photograph.

Interior decorator Angelie Martin-Spencer and Dr Dainia Baugh strike a pose for our lens at the Master of Medicine's Summit cocktail reception, held at the Courtleigh Hotel on Wednesday, September 14.

Interior decorator Angelie Martin-Spencer and Dr Dainia Baugh strike a pose for our lens at the Master of Medicine’s Summit cocktail reception, held at the Courtleigh Hotel on Wednesday, September 14.

Cocktails and conversation were the order of the evening at the Courtleigh Hotel and Suites on Wednesday as the Heart Institute of the Caribbean kicked off the third staging of its annual Masters in Medicine Summit with a special reception. Attended by over 40 healthcare experts, professionals, and decision-makers from several sectors, it was the perfect prelude to discussions around the state of the Caribbean’s healthcare sector post-COVID and future-proofing the sector to better handle future unplanned shocks.




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