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St. Maarten Medical Center joined by internist and radiologist


CAY HILL–St. Maarten Medical Center (SMMC) has boosted its services with the addition of two new medical specialists to its medical team.

Dr. Raoul Dusseljee has been employed as a radiologist as of November 18 and Dr. Samay Nadery as an internist as of December 1, 2013.

Dusseljee will work with the radiology team to provide diagnosis and treatment to SMMC’s patients who require radiology imaging; x-rays, mammograms, CT Scans and ultrasounds. Dusseljee studied at the Erasmus Medical Centre of Rotterdam and did his residency in Radiology at the Medical Centre Alkmaar and the VU University Amsterdam.

Nadery will treat adult patients with internal ailments in SMMC’s clinic. Nadery, born in Afghanistan, has lived in the Netherlands since 1999. He has worked in Pakistan, the United States and the Netherlands. He is a graduate of the University of Amsterdam, Leiden University and Yale University School of Medicine.

SMMC’s Radiology De- partment is open from Monday to Friday between 7:30am and 4:30pm. Patients needing X-rays do not require an appointment. For other radiology imaging, patients are required to make an ap- pointment in person or by calling SMMC’s radiology department at tel: 543-1111 ext 1360. For all procedures Social and Health Insurance SZV patients require a request/referral letter from their general practitioner.

Referral letters are required for SZV patients who need to visit the internist. Patients must also make an appointment for consultations which can be made at ext. 1300, Mondays to Fridays between 8:00am and 4:30pm.

“We trust that the services of Dr. Dusseljee and Dr. Nadery will further contribute to giving quality care to our patients. This is a step towards broadening our services by bringing the number of specialists at SMMC up to par to meet the needs of our population,” SMMC said.

Source: The Daily herald, St. Maarten

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