News Release: PAGET, Bermuda – Bermuda HealthCare Services (BHCS) is pleased to announce that the upcoming ‘Docs for Dinner’ event on June 19 at BLU Bar & Grill is fully subscribed. This highly anticipated event will feature Dr. Jonathan Makanjuola, an award-winning urologist, addressing the topic of “Men’s Health Screening in Bermuda: The Evolution of the Daily Male, A Pop-Up Screening Clinic for the Underserved.”

Dr Jonathan Makanjuola co-founded the Daily Male Free Men’s Clinic, a series of pop-up clinics that provide free prostate cancer screening and cardiovascular testing. The clinics operate monthly from February to July at various sporting clubs across the island. The consultant urologist also hosts informational forums to discuss these potentially life-threatening ailments.

“We are honoured to have Dr Makanjuola as our speaker,” stated BHCS Chairman Dr Ewart Brown. “His work exemplifies meeting the community’s medical needs with professionalism while maintaining the dignity of patients regardless of their circumstances. The evening will provide attendees with a unique opportunity to gain insights from Dr. Makanjuola’s extensive experience and innovative healthcare delivery approaches.”

Dr Makanjuola was honoured at the Caribbean Global Awards 2023, receiving the Best in Health and Social Care Services award. This accolade recognized his co-founding of the Daily Male Free Men’s Clinic, his ongoing contributions to the Caribbean community, and his perseverance, resolve, and dedication to clinical excellence in the urological field, particularly in bladder and cancer care.

A BHCS spokesperson said: “The June 19 ‘Docs for Dinner’ is fully subscribed following an overwhelming response from physicians island-wide. This event is a testament to the medical community’s commitment to advancing professional knowledge and improving patient outcomes. For those unable to secure a spot at this quarter’s event, details for the next ‘Docs for Dinner’ will be made in the coming months.”