Schneider Regional Medical Center – Schneider Regional Medical Center is a healthcare system comprised of three facilities operating with one vision: "To be the health care provider of choice to the residents of the Virgin Islands and the Caribbean."
Schneider Regional Medical Center is the umbrella entity for three U.S. Virgin Islands' facilities (shown below). Our three entities include:
The Roy Lester Schneider Hospital serves the medical needs of patients from throughout the Caribbean. As the only acute medical care facility on St. Thomas, it is a critical component in the comprehensive strategy for the health and welfare of our community and region.
Myrah Keating Smith Community Health Center, located on St. John, is the island’s only 24-hour outpatient health facility offering both primary and preventive health services. MKSCHC utilizes Telemedicine, in collaboration with Cleveland Clinic (Fla), to increase local access to certain specialties, and is the authorized primary care facility for clients of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The facility also provides services in women’s health, well baby care, immunizations, nutritional counseling, immunizations, radiology, laboratory, minor surgery, and community education.
The Charlotte Kimelman Cancer Institute is a comprehensive cancer care facility, providing a range of services including radiation oncology, chemotherapy, surgical and prosthesis consultation, clinical research, support services, as well as professional and public education lectures and seminars. The concept for design and the technologies in use is state-of-the-art, intended to support a fully patient centered facility.