Health & Medical Care

Stay safe and healthy while visiting us


We Are In Phase 4 The phases of border reopening in the Cayman Islands means that there are changes to the rules such as the removal of quarantine for vaccinated travellers. To learn how these rules affect you and your family, as well as what you can do to keep Cayman safe, see the Government Covid Information web site.



The Cayman Islands provide a wide range of ultra-modern medical services, ranging from specialist clinics to large, sophisticated state-of-the art hospitals. There are three well-equipped, advanced hospitals in the Grand Cayman; two of these are privately-owned and one hospital is public. If you are a visitor, you will either require a health insurance that provides full coverage while you are overseas or should be able to pay for the treatment on your own.


The Cayman Islands Hospital, popularly known as the George Town Hospital (GT Hospital) by the locals, is responsible for managing all the crucial medical emergencies for the three islands efficiently. It is a modern 124-bed hospital, in George Town, spread over 139,066 square feet, on two stories and is the principal health care facility in the country.


A broad spectrum of emergency, specialist and diagnostic services are offered by the other two hospitals: The Doctor’s Hospital, formerly known as the Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital, a private facility offering personalised, high quality health care in the centre of George Town. Health City Cayman Islands, is a state-of-the-art tertiary care hospital in East End, Grand Cayman and offers a wide range of treatments including world-famous heart treatments and surgeries.


The new Doctors Express clinic offers urgent, premium healthcare at affordable pricing and you don't need to make an appointment. There is also a hospital in Cayman Brac too. It is a public hospital with the facility of 18-beds, called the Faith Hospital and also lends its services to the residents of the Little Cayman. However, complicated medical cases are typically forwarded to the GT Hospital.