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Published:Friday | June 11, 2021 | 12:09 AM
Melanie Schwapp and Gregory Baugh, the daughter and son of the late Dr Kenneth Baugh, make their way through the newly constructed health centre.
Below: Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton (right) and Errol Greene (centre), acting regional director of the South East Regional Health Authority, greet Gregory Baugh, son of the late Dr Kenneth Baugh.
Right: Vilma Baugh (right), the widow of Dr Kenneth Baugh, along with children Melanie Schwapp and Gregory Baugh, and Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton (second right), outside the Kenneth Baugh Health Centre, which will serve some 5,000 residents of Point Hill and its environs.
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The Kenneth Baugh Health Centre officially opened its doors in Point Hill, St Catherine, on Wednesday. Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton, along with Baugh’s widow, Vilma, and his children, Melanie Schwapp and Gregory Baugh, were on hand for the handover of the $42-million Type 3 health centre. Dr Kenneth Baugh served as Jamaica’s health minister for nine years and a former member of parliament for the St Catherine West Central constituency. Something Extra brings you the highlights.