Cayman Islands Cancer Society Staff
Jennifer Weber ()
Victoria Anderson ()
Educational Programs & Volunteer Coordinator
Catherine Ebanks ()
The Cayman Islands Cancer Society is permanently staffed by a few and also supported by a loyal brigade of volunteers.
Location: 114 Maple Road (in front of the Cayman Islands Hospital main parking lot)
Phone: 949-7618 Fax: 949-8694
Mailing address: P.O. Box 10565, Grand Cayman KY1-1005, Cayman Islands
COVID-19 & CICS
As COVID-19 (Coronovirus) is a unique situation, CICS wants to keep out staff, patients and community safe and maintain client service.
We will continue to get our information from reliable sources and suggest you do the same. We are closely following advice from both the World Health Organization (“WHO”), local governments and private doctors.
CICS staff will not provide charity vouchers for mammograms, pap tests, PSA tests, mouth cancer screening or throat cancer screenings for 1 month. We will re-evaluate this April 15, 2020.
Education and Awareness Events
CICS staff will not provide education or awareness events such as lunch and learns for corporations, schools or churches in an effort to reduce the need for groups of people to gather publically. We will re-evaluate this April 15, 2020.
Please call us at 949-7618 if you need something or have a question.
If you are able to call or email us your information, please do that instead of coming into the office. Your immune system may be compromised and we do not want you to take any unnecessary risk by interacting with anyone who might be sick. We will re-evaluate this April 15, 2020.
As a staff, we will adhere to self-isolation guidelines and other advice issued by the WHO and relevant governing bodies. If any staff have a runny nose, fever, or are just feeling unwell, they are not coming to the office.
Parking in our lot or “Just saying hi” visits
Please know we love you and want you to stay healthy. Please do not stop in to ask about parking or just say hi. We should all be mindful of the need to reduce the risk of passing germs. If you want to do something to help us and our patients, please pray for all those who are sick.
We continue to assess the impact of this situation on a daily basis and are monitoring closely the advice given by the authorities. We will provide further updates regarding the impacts to our work and services through social media.