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We know how tough it can be to live with Hepatitis C. Blue Key provides both travel services and medical services to make getting HepC treatment as easy as possible for our patients. All you have to do is contact us and we will plan your transportation, accommodations, clinic transfers and treatment. We will work with your travel budget to get you the best deal for your HepC cure journey. You will receive a itemized quotation that includes all costs prior to booking your trip so you have an all-inclusive price before booking your HepC treatment with Blue Key.

Freeport Grand Bahama

Dr. Bethel's clinic is located in Freeport, Bahamas just 110 miles north-east of Miami. It's close proximity to the United States makes it an ideal destination for a day trip or a vacation. World class beaches, scuba diving, snorkling and fishing are all on offer for those visiting The Bahamas to receive HCV treatment.

Preferred Hotels

Freeport offers a great diversity of lodging options but we vetted a few resorts for our patients due to the high quality, access to the best activities and proximity to our medical clinic. The Blue Key team has access to all hotels in Grand Bahama and will provide you with the best options to make your HepC Cure Journey unforgettable. We will work with you to find the best accomodation for your budget.


Flights from Miami and Fort Lauderdale arrive in Freeport Grand Bahama in under an hour. Let us help you choose the best way for you to receive HepC treatment.


Cruising to Freeport is a fun and easy way to visit The Bahamas for Hepatitis C Treatment.


Fast Ferry service from Fort Lauderdale is offered to Freeport and is the most economical way to reach The Bahamas.


We will be with you every step of the way and getting around Freeport is a breeze. Our team will help you coordinate local ground transportation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What HepC Patients Want to Know about Travel to The Bahamas

Does Grand Bahama have All Inclusive Resorts?

Freeport Grand Bahama has a number of all inclusive resorts and resorts with all-inclusive packages for our patients visiting for HCV Treatment. Blue Key recommends:

  1. Lighthouse Pointe @ Grand Lucayan for luxury accommodations.
  2. Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach for Upscale accommodations.
  3. Island Seas Resort for value all-inclusive accommodations.

All-inclusive resorts are a popular choice with Blue Key patients and all resorts are close to our Hepatitis C clinic.

Is Grand Bahama the same as Nassau?

No, Grand Bahama is not the same as Nassau. The Bahamas are made up of 700 islands and cays (pronounced keys) with Grand Bahama Island being one of the northernmost in the chain. Nassau is the capital city of The Bahamas and can be found on New Providence Island. The two islands lie 125 miles apart from each in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida.

Is Grand Lucayan All Inclusive?

Lighthouse Pointe at The Grand Lucayan is the all-inclusive resort at the sprawling property which has a number of hotels, shops, a marketplace and a marina. The Grand Lucayan Hotel (main) is not an all-inclusive resort but does have a number of onsite dining options for guests and day pass guests from cruises.

Is Grand Bahama a US territory?

Grand Bahama Island and the other 700 islands and cays (pronounced keys) of The Bahamas are an independent country and are not a US territory. Blue Key HepC patients visiting the island for treatment will require a passport to enter the country by air / ferry or an enhanced driver’s license for  cruisers.

Do I need passport to travel to Bahamas?

US visitors to The Bahamas require a passport for entry when travelling by air or by ferry. US citizens visiting our islands while on a cruise may enter the country using a Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) compliant document which includes state-issued  enhanced drivers licenses (EDLs).

What is Grand Bahama Island known for?

Located just off the coast of Florida due East of Ft. Lauderdale Grand Bahama Island is a tropical paradise waiting to be discovered. Largely undeveloped except for the capital city of Freeport the island offers visitors many different bio-tourism options and outdoor activities. Swim with the pigs, dive with the sharks, fish for marlins or just enjoy endless beautiful beaches. Blue Key patients get affordable Hepatitis C treatment and a vacation in The Bahamas for significantly less than the treatment cost in the US.

Is the Grand Bahama island safe?

Yes Grand Bahama is safe to visit for US tourists but it isn’t crime free. Blue Key recommends patients consider Freeport as they would a city in the US and exercise a common sense approach to safety. 

Do US dollars work in Bahamas?

Yes. US dollars are accepted for all transactions in The Bahamas. The US dollar and the Bahamian dollar are “pegged” meaning that 1 USD = 1 Bahamian dollar. Casinos only accept US dollars as gambling is restricted to tourists in The Bahamas and they are a great place to exchange your Bahamian dollars back to US dollars before departure. Blue Key uses US dollars for the cost of your medical appointment for HepC treatment, for your prescription of Harvoni, Epclusa  or Sovaldi, and for all travel services offered to save our patients from foreign currency surcharges.

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