Our list of specialists includes but is not limited to the following:
- Breast & Vascular Surgeon
- Consultant Gastroenterologist
- Consultant Internist
- Consultant Pulmonologist
- Consultant Urologist
- Consultant Medical Oncologist
- Consultant Anesthetist
- Consultant Pathologist
Pain Free Procedures
Our qualified doctors perform pain free procedures for all your medical needs. At Island Medical Specialists, our priority is providing individualized attention to all out patients. Come visit us today and join the IMS Family.
No Referrals Necessary
Our team of specialists is readily available for your assistance. Referrals are preferred but our team would be happy to assist you even If you do not have one. Contact us today for the best in healthcare at our world-class facility .
Health Cards Accepted
For your convenience, we accept all health cards, both local and international. Our aim is to simplify the healthcare claim process.
We aim to perform pain free procedures
Referrals are not absolutely necessary
For any health-related problem, visit Island Medical Specialists Limited at 2A Beverley Vale Close in Kingston, Jamaica. Our General Internist will examine and determine an appropriate treatment for your problem.
At Island Medical Specialists, out doctors are available to assist you with your medical needs. All the doctors are IMS are fully trained and qualified in their respective fields.
With Microlabs and Diagnostic Pathology Services in-house, all medical tests, including overseas tests, can be performed on site. We promptly deliver your test results so that there is no delay in your treatment process.
Our center is a state-of-the-art facility which offers you high quality treatments. We are always up-to-date with the latest practices and procedures, relevant to the medical industry.
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