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MoBay gets GWest Centre

Published:Friday | May 30, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Managing director, GWest Centre, Dr Konrad Kirlew (left), is in a jovial mood with architect of the project, Robert Woodstock.
From left, doctors Barbara Grandison and Gordon Wedderburn share lens time with GWest Centre's Janice Williams during the groundbreaking ceremony at Fairview, Montego Bay, Tuesday morning.
From left, Flow's Dwayne Bennett, Billy Craig's Sonya Allen and GWest Centre's Stephen Jennings at the groundbreaking ceremony for GWest Centre.
From left, Dr Claudine Lewis, Coldwell Banker's Nicola Delapenha, Montego Bay mayor, Glendon Harris, and attorney-at-law Candis Craig.
From left, Westech's Desmond Flowers, Audley Merchant and Donald Daley have much to talk about. - Contributed Photos
From left, Contractors, Martin Ma, Jason Wang and Ben Xie check out the architectural drawings for the GWest Centre.
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Montego Bay's private health-care landscape has received another bold marker with the impending construction of the US$15-million GWest Centre at Fairview Commercial Park on the city's south side.

Ground was broken Tuesday, launching the state-of-the-art medical facility that will cover 7,000 square metres, rising to a four-storey complex consisting of medical and professional centres that will offer a wide range of general and specialist services.

Conceived as an innovative addition to Jamaica's health-care offering in the west, GWest Corporation Limited, was developed by a group of Jamaican doctors and investors, including Dr Konrad Kirlew, Dr Ladi DooQuah, Wayne Gentles, Denise Samuels, Dennis Samuels and Elva Williams-Richards.

Here are some pictorial highlights of the occasion.