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Dr. Stevenson Kuartei

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Bureau of Public Health
 
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Dr. Stevenson Kuartei, BPH ...
www.olekoi.com, 1 July 2007 [cached]
Dr. Stevenson Kuartei, BPH Director said that as of yesterday there were a total of 55 confirmed and suspected cases of dengue.He said since the cases are sporadic and now comes in trickle, " there is a likelihood that dengue is going away."Kuartei however said that a national clean-up will still be scheduled to prevent the onset of the cases.He said that the clean-up will get rid of the mosquito breeding sites.He said the island-wide clean-up will start in Koror State adding that sanitation issues maybe one of the causes of dengue, gastroenteritis and other communicable diseases.With this, Kuartei said that the result of the Center For Disease Control testing on whether Zika virus has also affected Palau will come out this week.Bureau of Public Health Director Dr. Stevenson Kuartei said because of the outbreak of dengue in Palau, they want to find out if the Zika virus, which resembles dengue has found its way to Palau.Kuartei said they have asked CDC to help Palau sort out whether the dengue cases could have been caused by Zika virus instead.Kuartei said blood samples have been sent to CDC for testing.Zika virus is also mosquito-borne and is considered a milder form of dengue.He said the clean-up will prevent the spread of the disease by getting rid of the mosquito breeding Ministry of Health officials reiterated calls to the community to clean their surroundings to prevent the illness from escalating.
Dr. Stevenson Kuartei ...
www.palauconservation.org, 13 Oct 2013 [cached]
Dr. Stevenson Kuartei
PIHOA: Pacific Island Health Officers' Association
www.pihoa.org, 24 Mar 2013 [cached]
Dr. Stevenson J. Kuartei President
PIHOA: Pacific Island Health Officers' Association
www.pihoa.org [cached]
Dr. Stevenson Kuartei, PIHOA Chairman, Palau Minister of Health
The Pacific Island Health Officers Association declare on May 25, 2010 due to the epidemic of non-communicable diseases (NCD) in the United States Affiliated Pacific Islands (USAPI), which include American Samoa, Guam, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of Palau, and the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
"These islands have some of the highest rates of non-communicable disease in the world. Diabetes, heart diseases, strokes, cancer and other NCDs are killing off Pacific peoples, placing a significant burden on their daily functionality, and threatening the national security of these island countries and territories," explained Dr. Stevenson Kuartei, PIHOA President and Minister of Health of the Republic of Palau. The declaration directs the PIHOA Secretariat to partner with a wide variety of groups to develop a regional NCD policy that will help coordinate partners and resources more effectively and make an array of recommendations to donors, health agencies, legislatures, regional associations, traditional leaders, community- and faith-based groups, and other sectors besides health, including agriculture, education, and trade.
"This isn't just a problem for the health sector," continued Dr. Kuartei, "We need to convert to healthier diets, eliminate tobacco use, limit alcohol consumption and significantly increase physical activity, and to do this, we need parents, farmers, fishermen, media, legislators, presidents, governors, traditional leaders, pastors, business people, educators, health providers and planners to be mobilized.
Dr. Stevenson Kuartei, ...
www.olekoi.com, 1 April 2007 [cached]
Dr. Stevenson Kuartei, Director of the Bureau of Public Health, has assured that it is the primary concern of the Ministry of Health to make sure there is a medical coverage in the Southern Community Health Center and said that BPH is in the process of addressing this issue.
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Kuartei, in response to Isechal's asking for help, said that the BPH is currently reviewing various applications of people who are applying to work at the SCHS."We are careful to look at compatibility not only to the health care priorities there but also in terms of retention and sustainability," Kuartei told Isechal.
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Kuartei said that during this time there is a regular schedule visit to Peleliu every Thursday by the BPH Outreach Team and will continue to do so until a better solution is found.He said that this might include the assignment of a temporary provider there until a permanent one is found.Kuartei also noted that in Angaur most of the long distance consultations could be done through telephone and for Sonsorol and Hatohobei, the Emergency Room is now equipped to speak directly with the islands via radio.
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