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Minister of health in Bahamas Hon. Hubert A. Minnis

 

The Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis, Member of Parliament (M.P.) for the Killarney Constituency was sworn in as Minister of Health and Social Development by His Excellency the Hon. Arthur D. Hanna Governor-General on May 07, 2007, following the May 02, general election.

He was born in Bain Town, Nassau, to Randolph Minnis and Rosalie North.

He received his early education at Our Lady's Primary School, Western Junior and St. Augustine College, Nassau. He obtained a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of the West Indies (UWI) and MRCOG from London in 1985.

He served as a consultant and Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Deputy Chief of Staff at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

He is a former President of the Medical Association of The Bahamas, a member of the Medical Council, Chairman of the Hotel Corporation of The Bahamas and an associate lecturer at the UWI in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

He worships at Resurrection Catholic Church.

Member of Parliament (FNM) Killarney New Providence

hubertminnis@bahamas.gov.bs
242 - 502-4700
242 - 325-5421

Poinciana Building
Meeting Street
P. O. Box N 3729 or N 3730
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas

Hon. Hubert A. Minis
 

map of Bahamas

The districts of the Bahamas provide a system of local government everywhere except New Providence , whose affairs are handled directly by the central government. In 1996, the Bahamian Parliament passed "The Local Government Act" to facilitate the establishment of Family Island Administrators, Local Government Districts, Local District Councillors, and Local Town Committees for the various island communities.The overall goal of this act is to allow the various elected leaders to govern and oversee the affairs of their respective districts without the interference of Central Government.In total, there are 31 districts, with elections being held every three years.There are also one hundred and ten Councillors and two hundred and eighty-one Town Committee members to correspond with the various districts.

Each Councillor or Town Committee member is responsible for the proper use of public funds for the maintenance and development of their district.

The districts other than New Providence are:

1. Acklins
2. Berry Islands
3. Bimini
4. Black Point, Exuma
5. Cat Island
6. Central Abaco
7. Central Andros
8. Central Eleuthera
9. City of Freeport, Grand Bahama
10. Crooked Island
11. East Grand Bahama
12. Exuma
13. Grand Cay, Abaco
14. Harbour Island, Eleuthera
15. Hope Town, Abaco
16. Inagua
17. Long Island
18. Mangrove Cay, Andros
19. Mayaguana
20. Moore's Island, Abaco
21. North Abaco
22. North Andros
23. North Eleuthera
24. Ragged Island
25. Rum Cay
26. San Salvador
27. South Abaco
28. South Andros
29. South Eleuthera
30. Spanish Wells, Eleuthera
31. West Grand Bahama


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