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“Search for Answers Keeping Me Going”

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Days after Kenise Darville passed away at Princess Margaret Hospital, her husband is still trying to cope with her untimely death. He’s also renewing his call for the development of the healthcare system.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Days after Kenise Darville passed away at Princess Margaret Hospital, her husband is still trying to cope with her untimely death. He’s also renewing his call for the development of the healthcare system.

Jerad Darville says remaining strong for three children coupled with the search for answers are all that’s keeping him going.

The now single parent says his support system is also playing a big role in navigating one of the most difficult times in his life.

His wife, Kenise, died at PMH last Thursday after spending 17 days there due to a low platelet count.

She took to Facebook to express her outrage at the fact that they told her days later that she needed friends and family to donate blood.

An investigation has been launched into the matter that’s been the source of public outcry with many suggesting the family should take legal action.

Darville says Prime Minister Philip Davis reached out to the family and gave his assurance that he would seek justice and implement new measures to correct issues at the hospital.

Following the death, PHA’s Managing Director said officials were looking to partner with civic organizations to take blood drives into the community. 

Darville stressed the need to fix issues at PMH, noting that there are still Bahamians who are alive and in need of blood.

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