Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Volunteers Continue Work in Antigua

Myriads of poor, medically underserved Antiguans crowded the two medical sites to receive basic care. HOPE’s volunteers, working at the Multicultural Center and St. John’s School improvised health centers continued delivering excellent medical care to a wide variety of patients. Simultaneously, our ship-based colleagues assisted as the first surgeries were done. Our education team moved ahead with their ambitious professional development program – now teaching Advanced Cardiac Life Support at St. John’s University

-By Dr. Ken Iserson, serving as Project HOPE's volunteer medical director in Antigua

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