A state-of-the-art medical institute will be constructed on the Southeast Peninsula starting later this year. Christophe Harbour disclosed that Caribbean Healthcare Partners, Ltd will develop Waters Anchor Medical Institute on 76,000 square feet of land within Christophe Harbour.
According to the Christophe Harbour source, Waters Anchor will offer groundbreaking services provided by world leading U.S. and European physicians in the fields of spine, hip and knee, sports medicine, regenerative therapies, aesthetics, and health and wellness.The facility will include a full imaging center, 4 operating rooms, 8 overnight luxury recovery suites facing the Christophe Harbour super yacht harbour, 4,000 sq. ft. of dedicated space for an extensive wellness and integrative health clinic, 4,000 sq. ft. of premier physical rehabilitation and sports performance space, and a comprehensive nutritional and integrative health program.
Caribbean Healthcare Partners has brought together “a distinguished healthcare management team and highly regarded clinical practitioners in a one-of-a-kind healthcare facility and collaborative operating environment that will offer people from around the world cutting-edge medical care traditionally only available to the professional athlete or discerning healthcare consumer”.
Greg Downey, the co-founder of Caribbean Healthcare Partners, stated, “What will set Waters Anchor Medical Institute apart will be the patient care model
delivered by CHP – an individualised, seamless, concierge experience led by world class clinicians with access to the best technologies and therapies available anywhere.”
He continued, “Many patients will choose Waters Anchor for this reason, and the experience will be enhanced by the natural beauty and logistical accessibility of St. Kitts and Christophe Harbour making this a health and wellness destination unlike anywhere else.”
Charles P. “Buddy” Darby III, Chief Executive Officer of Christophe Harbour, said, “The partnership with CHP is a natural evolution in the master plan for Christophe Harbour, and we are delighted to be working with such an highly respected organisation in delivering a facility of this quality in St. Kitts and Nevis.”
The government of St. Kitts and Nevis recognised an According to an health source in the Government, the Medical Institute is an opportunity to not only significantly expand quality healthcare accessibility for its citizens, but also to expand its Tourism portfolio in a specialised niche that is realising 15-20% compounded annual growth.
The healthcare source said, “St. Kitts and Nevis is well positioned to deliver a premium offering for a variety of patient profiles across the Caribbean and abroad.”