A new health centre was inaugurated this afternoon in Libertad Village. The new centre will serve the villages of Libertad, Concepcion, Caledonia and San Joaquin with health care, including general medicine, pre-natal and post-natal and child health care services, breast and cervical cancer screening, outpatient services and emergency services, among others. The upper floor of the center will be used as the Doctor’s quarters and is equipped with living and dining rooms, a kitchen, two bed rooms and a bathroom. The bottom floor will be used to provide medical services to the communities. The project was implemented by the Social Investment Fund at a total cost of $406,000 in collaboration with the Ministry of Health. It was financed by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) under its Basic Needs Trust Fund.