Conville Brown

Dr Conville Brown, a graduate of The University of The West Indies Medical School (1982), Dr. Brown pursued his residency in Internal Medicine and then his fellowship in Cardiology at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and Newark Beth Israel Medical Centre (6/1990). He returned to The Bahamas as the youngest qualified and American Board-Certified Internist and Cardiologist in the Caribbean in July, 1990. In 1991, he was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Cardiovascular Disease. In March 1994, he was the first Bahamian to be inducted as a Fellow of The American College of Cardiology (FACC), and third from the Caribbean. In 1996, Dr. Brown along with his partner, Dr. Henry Coleman, introduced Invasive and Interventional Cardiology (angioplasty and stents), to The Bahamas at Doctors Hospital via The Bahamas Interventional Cardiology Centre, BICC. In 1998, he led the charge for broader Physician Ownership in Sunrise Medical Centre, Ltd., the clinic, in Freeport, Grand Bahama, and saw to its conversion to a private hospital while introducing the Northern Bahamas to CT and MRI scanning.

In 1999, Dr. Brown was recognized by The Medical Association of The Bahamas for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Cardiac Medicine in The Bahamas. In 2004, he was honoured as A Legend in the Field of Medicine in The Bahamas. The Dr. Brown is a member of the American College of Cardiology and The Caribbean Cardiac Society, for which he is its Immediate Past President, 2006-2008 and one of its longest standing Council Members and trustee of the Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Foundation. He is also a Consultant Cardiologist at both the Princess Margaret and Doctors Hospitals, and the recently appointed Chief of The Cardiology Division at the Princess Margaret Hospital, 2009.

In 2004, as its president, chief executive officer and co-founder, Dr. Brown opened the doors of the Radiation Therapy Services Bahamas Ltd. (RTSBL) to the Bahamian public. In 2006, RTSBL achieved American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO) Accreditation. In 2009, Dr. Brown was invited by Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer of Antigua and Barbuda to build in Antigua, a Cancer Centre similar to The Cancer Centre Bahamas and on the basis of his Partnered Care Model. Dr. Brown accepted PM Spencer’s invitation and developed The Cancer Centre Eastern Caribbean, which as the name suggests will serve the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (10 countries and 1,000,000 people) as its first sub-regional specialist medical centre. For these and other accomplishments, Dr. Brown was voted Jones Communications Network’s Civil Society’s “Person of the Year, 2009.” On July 11th, 2015, Dr. Brown was awarded The 2015 Bahamian ICON Awards for Health for his invaluable contributions to the Health Industry of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

Dr. Brown’s primary goal at this stage in his career is in the provision of state-of-the-art Cardiac, Cancer, Imaging, and Heart and later Stem Cell Services to the population of his Bahamas, The Caribbean and beyond, irrespective of their ability to pay for same, via his “Partnered Care Model of Healthcare Delivery for ALL” as at Medical Pavilion Antigua, Home to The Cancer Centre Eastern Caribbean, The Heart Centre Antigua and The Imaging Centre Antigua (PET-CT Scanning). He truly believes in: – “STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE WITH A HEARTY SMILE WHILE ENSURING AFFORDABLE ACCESS FOR ALL VIA PARTNERED CARE”