Our Mobile Clinic is here to help



Mobile Clinic Dates

  • 6th Sunday - Succes, Hanover with Dr. Russel
    23th Wednesday - Milk River, Clarendon
    31st Thursday - Upgraded High School in Mandeville at Cross Keys High
  • 24th Sunday - Spalding Seventh Day Adventist Church
  • 8th Sunday - Santa Cruz Seventh Day Adventist Church
    27th Friday - Hampton High School
    29th Sunday - KnockPatrick Seventh Day Adventist
  • 5th Sunday - Hibernia Seventh Day Adventist Church
    19th Sunday - Bohemia All Age School
    24th Friday - International Restoration and Deliverance Ministry
    26th Sunday - Irish Pen Seventh Day Adventist Church
  • 16th Sunday - Christiana Church of God
    23rd Sunday - Lacovia Seventh Day Adventist

Three Angels Pharmacy Mobile Clinic 1st Anniversary

Exactly one year after launching its community mobile clinic on March 30, 2017, the Three Angels Pharmacy celebrated its first anniversary with a free health fair.

The celebrations, which was geared towards giving thanks to God, volunteers, sponsors and well-wishers was held at the pharmacy’s location on Caledonia Road in Mandeville.

Owner of Three Angels Pharmacy, Rohan McNellie is more than happy with the activities of the past year. He is encouraging other business owners to get involved in community activities as he believes it is a win-win for everyone.

“When I go out with the team knowing that what I am going about is ministering to the needs of people without putting any money in my pocket, it is a great feeling,” said McNellie. “I have seen lives change physically, mentally and spiritually. Just today during the celebrations, a lady walked up to me to say that she appreciates what is being done and she would like to attend church and get baptized without anyone introducing Christ or scriptures to her.”

During Thursday’s activities, 106 persons were registered and got free health checks covering, dental and medical examinations including ECG and BMI tests. An additional 60 persons got free pap smear and prostate screening courtesy of National Health Fund.

McNellie further stated, “the mobile clinic is a national initiative, which is non-discriminatory in that we will reach out to anyone regardless of their genders, race, ethnicity, religion and political divide. It’s about helping people and meeting their health needs and I am very happy with what we have achieved so far.”

Over the past year, the mobile clinic has given free health services to more than 5,700 persons in 65 communities across 10 parishes in Jamaica. McNellie used the opportunity to present each of the 25 regular volunteers with a Certificate of Appreciation.

Guest speaker at the event was Senator Floyd Morris, a long-time school friend of McNellie, who commended him for the work of the clinic. “It is a tremendous initiative to establish the clinic, exclaimed Senator Morris. “It is taking health service at the doorstep of people and to have seen and reached more than 5,700 persons in one year is absolutely amazing. I wish him and the mobile clinic more success as they seek to make Jamaica a healthier and happier society.”

The mobile clinic is manned by the pharmacy’s staff, volunteers and retired volunteer nurses and doctors. Its objective is to take health care to the people where ever they are so that they may “know their numbers”.


Show More..

Products and Services offered by our Mobile Clinic

  • Medication Samples

    We provide different medication samples to the community. All samples are free of charge with high benefit to everyone.

  • Regular Testing

    We offer free regular testing for blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, etc.

  • Dental Services

    Giving the community access to much needed free dental services.

  • Counselling Services

    Giving the community access to free counselling on medication and health choices.

Photos from our first anniversary celebrations



  • Bellefield High School Choir Singing

    Students of the Bellefield High School Choir performed "Likes" as part of the celebrations of the Three Angels Pharmacy Mobile Clinic first anniversary celebrations in Mandeville on Thursday, March 29, 2018

  • Book Signings

    Guest Speaker Senator Floyd Morris signs one of his autobiography "By Faith, Not by Sight" for his primary school teacher 102 years old Daisy Morgan who was present at the Three Angels Pharmacy Mobile Clinic first anniversary celebrations in Mandeville on Thursday, March 29, 2018

  • Showing Appreciation

    102 years old Daisy Morgan (second from left), the primary school teacher of Senator Floyd Morris is happy to receive a gift basket from Judith McBean (right), Sales Supervisor of Apotex Ltd. during the Three Angels Pharmacy Mobile Clinic first anniversary celebrations in Mandeville on Thursday, March 29, 2018. At left is Rohan McNellie, owner of Three Angels Pharmacy and Senator Floyd Morris.

  • Celebrations

    Rohan McNellie, owner of Three Angels Pharmacy cuts the anniversary cake with daughter Ronice

  • Servicing the nation

    Joseph Watson (right) gets his blood pressure test from retired nurse Leonie Williams during the Three Angels Pharmacy Mobile Clinic first anniversary celebrations in Mandeville on Thursday, March 29, 2018.

  • Servicing the nation

    Tresha Hamilton, Dental Hygienist, attends to 10 years old Justin Paris during the Three Angels Pharmacy Mobile Clinic first anniversary celebrations in Mandeville on Thursday, March 29, 2018.



    Contact Us

    Address: Shop 7 Caledonia Plaza,
    7B Caledonia Road,
    Mandeville, Manchester,
    Jamaica

    Telephone: 876-625-5584
    876-620-4133
    876-295-7469

    Opening Hours: Sun-Thu 8:00am-11:30pm
    Fri 8:00am-4:00pm
    Sat 7:00pm-11:30pm

    Follow us:

    This is for us to respond to your enquiries.