Dr. Germaine Bristol-Stanisclaus is currently the assistant to the medical director of Grenada General Hospital and in charge of Peritoneal Dialysis program in Grenada. She works mainly with patients with kidney problems and administratively she is working to help improve health care in Grenada on a whole.
Dr. Stanisclaus received her MD from St George’s University, she also graduated with a BSc from St George’s University and a diploma in Higher Education from Northumbria University Newcastle UK. Dr. Stanisclaus did her clinical rotations in the UK, Dudley, and Watford.
She attended GSDACS where she was able to obtain 10 O’levels and went on to pursue further education at T.A. Marryshow Community College. She taught at St Joseph’s Convent Grenville for some time and then worked with the department of youth development before going on to further her education with a scholarship from the Government of Grenada. Dr. Stanisclaus is married and has a son, her husband is a teacher and her son is about to enter form 5 at Grenada SDA Comprehensive School so like she says, she is currently dealing with the famous SBA’s. She loves seeing young people advance and accomplish dreams which is why she is dedicating her time as a volunteer to the Grenadian Students Mentorship Programme.