Dr Malcolm Grant – Over 30 years of  service in medicine
Dr Malcolm Grant (right), speaking to Searchlight’s Rukersha Jackson at the Family Care Clinic, located in Arnos Vale.
August 20, 2021
Dr Malcolm Grant – Over 30 years of service in medicine

Dr. C. Malcolm Grant, a Vincentian-born family physician, is the principal behind Family Care Clinic. He has dedicated over 30 years of his clinical practice to seeing well over 70,000 patients, while he has conducted in excess of 250,000 patient consultations in three Caribbean countries.

With his wealth of experience, and his compassionate and systematic guidance, Dr. Grant is committed to ensuring that all his patients receive the best possible care for their medical condition, given their wishes, available resources and unique circumstances.

Dr. Grant is a graduate of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of the West Indies. In addition to his tremendous love for clinical medicine, he’s always been extremely passionate about teaching. In this regard he’s presented several papers on a wide range of clinical subjects over the years at the biannual and internationally acclaimed Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners (BAMP)/ University of the West Indies (UWI) – Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences.

Some of the subject areas that he has covered in his presentations include, low back pain, neck pain, whiplash, headaches, dementia, depression, confusion in the elderly, internet medicine, tele-dermatology, evidence-based medicine, anxiety and others.

Dr. Grant has also tutored/ lectured medical students attending the Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI, Cave Hill. Outside of formal teaching, he has mentored several younger doctors over the years.

Over the course of his career, his patients have been drawn from all walks of life. From Caribbean Prime Ministers to many of their constituents. All his patients have been treated with profound respect and given the same level of outstanding service across the board.

In the late 1980s he worked at the Kingstown General Hospital (A&E), as well as in Mesopotamia, Calder Ridge, Richland Park, Greggs, Lowmans Windward, Mustique, Union Island, Canouan and, Mayreau. Shortly thereafter, he worked at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital, Trinidad. He operated and managed a primary care practice in Maxwell, Barbados for several years. Most recently, he was the District Medical Officer in Union Island, Southern Grenadines.