HCA announces technical issues with haemodialysis water plant, works to resolve it | 20 February 2020
Due to a technical issue with one the haemodialysis water plants at the Seychelles Hospital, only 16 haemodialysis machines are currently operational at the haemodialysis unit.
Patients’ dialysis sessions will be temporarily rescheduled to accommodate this unforeseen situation, to ensure that all patients have their sessions as prescribed. All of the unit’s patients have appropriately notified of this change.
“The Health Care Agency (HCA) reassures all patients that they will receive their dialysis sessions without compromising the quality of care that they receive,” said Dr Danny Louange, chief executive of the HCA.
HCA has contacted the engineer who originally installed the plant to identify and solve the issue.
Communique from the Health Care Agency