Jordan on the mend

Tourism consultant Colin Jordan is on the mend after undergoing medical treatment at the Sparman Clinic earlier this month. And the well wishes are pouring in.

Colin Jordan
Colin Jordan

The opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) candidate for St Peter had undergone a medical procedure at the Belleville, St Michael facility after reportedly falling ill.

Barbados TODAY could not reach Jordan today for comment but in a comment posted on his Facebook page last night he said he was “eternally grateful to God for His special blessing” and “thankful to Dr Alfred Sparman and his professional team at the Sparman Clinic for prompt diagnosis and great medical care given to me over the past days at his 4H Hospital – an excellent, state-of-the-art medical facility”.

In response, there were over 100 likes and over five-dozen comments from well-wishers up to this evening.

Former president of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) Patricia Affonso-Dass said, “so glad to hear you are doing better Colin. God Bless!” while prominent hotelier Gordon Seale wrote: “So glad it all turned out fine Colin”.

Since news of Jordan’s illness broke last week a number of people have been wishing him a speedy and full recovery.

One Response to Jordan on the mend

  1. Tony Waterman June 14, 2015 at 3:06 pm

    My Best wishes go out to Mr. Colin Jordan for a speedy recovery from this ailment.
    on the other hand, if what i am thinking is correct, he could/should use this unfortunate occasion for him to get others in Barbados to pay attention to their respective positions vi a vis these types of ailments.
    Now!!! I have followed this from the day this news broke, and i have found some similarities with myself and some others in my jurisdiction, first, the suddeness of the attack, next, the Clinic/Hospital Chosen to look after him, and the quickness of the recovery, so i would say, Blocked Artery, resulting in reduced oxygen to the Heart, angioplasty and perhaps a Stent to reopen fully that artery, i am assuming one only. this is something that Dr. Sparman has pioneered in Barbados.
    People listen to People like Mr. Jordan, so it is my wish, that if i am correct, along with Dr.Sparman, Mr. Jordan can/will go Public, and convince others who might be suffering with the same type of ailment to go get checked.

    Rien plus tard que jamais

    Better late than never

    good luck Mr, Jordan, i am now 7 Years past that, and mine was worse than yours, so your prognosis is great.


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