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Coordinates: 7°7′0″N58°28′58.8″W / 7.11667°N 58.483000°W / 7.11667; -58.483000
Country Flag of Guyana.svg Guyana
Region Pomeroon-Supenaam
 (2012) [1]

Suddie is a community in the Pomeroon-Supenaam region of Guyana, located on the Atlantic Ocean, 1 mile north of Onderneeming.

Suddie Hospital is a small (approximately 100-bed) hospital. Rural outreach clinics are sent into the interior and along the Essequibo River from Suddie Hospital. [2] Suddie also has a market. A High Court was opened in 2005. [3] Churches include St Anne's Anglican Church. It has a Police Station, Post Office and a Cricket Ground.

Anthony and Akenie Adams, cricketers, hail from Suddie. [4]

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  1. "2012 Population by Village". Statistics Guyana. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  2. "Suddie Regional Hospital". Department of Public Information. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  3. "Fire damages section of Suddie Magistrate's Court". Stabroek News. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  4. "Suddie cricketer credits Coach Daniels for recent success". Stabroek News. 2017-09-23. Retrieved 2021-01-13.