From humble beginnings in 1993, Bermuda HealthCare Services has developed into a major healthcare provider. In the beginning we employed only three people. Today we are the island’s largest healthcare provider outside of King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.
Bermuda HealthCare Services’ mission “is to provide to our patients, without regard to their social or economic status, the highest quality medical care available. Our team is pledged to remain sensitive to the needs of every patient and to demonstrate that sensitivity by doing our best at all times.”
Established in January 2008 as the brainchild of our CEO, Wanda Henton Brown, Brown-Darrell Clinic sits on the hillside across from John Smith’s Bay in Smith’s Parish. The clinic, which is named after Dr. Brown’s parents, the late Ewart (D.A) Brown and Helene Darrell Brown, houses a Siemens 64-slice CT scanner and is the home of the Stem Cell Project, a medical tourism venture.
This facility is a quiet, private clinic with convenient parking right outside our door.