OceanMed has announced that as of Thursday, January 2nd Dr. David Stone joined the team at OceanMed.
Dr. Stone, has been an Obstetrician Gynecologist in the Cayman Islands for the past 5 years. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Dr. Stone is a medical professional with over 20 years of experience. Well renowned and respected throughout the Cayman community Dr. Stone has served many women throughout their pregnancies and with a plethora of women’s health issues. Dr. Stone’s specialties include minimally invasive surgery and advanced laparoscopy, treating women with abnormal uterine bleeding, chronic pelvic pain, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, vaginal prolapse, and infertility.
Shahla Powery, Managing Director of OceanMed, said: “We’re thrilled that Dr. Stone has joined our team, he is the perfect addition to OceanMed. We pride ourselves in providing unparalleled service with the highest qualified staff and state-of-the-art technology at competitive rates, and adding Cayman’s top rated medical professionals is key to that mission.”
In addition to OBGYN care, OceanMed is also an imaging center, accepting requisitions for ultrasounds, mammograms, and biopsies from physicians at any medical facility. It is the only imaging center in the Cayman Islands with an in-house Radiologist who specialized in breast health. Having an in-house Radiologist aids in fast image interpretation and reports, allowing women to know their results sooner, alleviating anxieties and ensuring their health is being taken care of in a timely and efficient manner. It is the first and only healthcare facility in Cayman to focus exclusively on women’s health, utilizing the most advanced medical imaging technology systems to provide outstanding services. This allows OceanMed to create a supportive and calming environment for patients while upholding clinical excellence.
OceanMed’s utilizes the most advanced medical imaging technology systems to provide outstanding services, allowing them to meet the changing needs of the community in the Cayman Islands, contribute to diagnostic research, and uphold clinical excellence.