The Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) is pleased to announce the appointment of new medical consultants/Directors for Radiology and Ophthalmology services at the hospital. Dr. Rana Greene has been appointed to the post of Director of PMH Ophthalmology services. She is the first and only Bahamian Glaucoma Specialist and Surgeon to practice in The Bahamas having earned her Medical Degree at The University of The West Indies in Trinidad and completed Ophthalmology Residency at The University of Pretoria in South Africa. Dr. Greene also earned a Master of Medicine Degree in Ophthalmology and is a Fellow of the College of Medicine of South Africa. Dr. Greene subsequently completed a two-year Glaucoma Fellowship at The University of Toronto in Canada.
Dr. Greene is well respected in the realm of medical research having published peer reviewed articles in leading journals and serving as a reviewer for the British Medical Journal. She is a committed educator, teaching medical students as an Associate Lecturer at the University of The West Indies School of Clinical Medicine and Research.
She is also the founder of Glaucoma Bahamas, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting community awareness about Glaucoma.
Dr. Talietha D. Minnis has been appointed to the post of Director of PMH Radiology Services. Having specialized in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, Dr. Minnis brings a wealth of experience to her position. As Director of Radiology, Dr. Minnis will also serve as a member of the Medical Advisory Committee, lead multidisciplinary activities, and pursue further development of radiology services at the Princess Margaret Hospital. She is also a part of the
National Health Insurance Advisory Committee. Dr. Minnis is passionate about teaching, and she is dedicated to ensuring that she has a hand in training many more Bahamians to become qualified in the field.
The Public Hospitals Authority’s Board of Directors, Senior Executives and staff congratulate Dr. Rana Greene and Dr. Talietha Minnis on their appointments as Directors of Service at Princess Margaret Hospital.