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Project Medishare’s pediatric neurosurgery team arrives in Port-au-Prince

  |   Fundraisers, Pediatric Neurosurgery, Uncategorized

[caption id="attachment_1752" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Dr. John Ragheb, from Miami Children's Hospital, performs an ultrasound on a tiny patient who arrived at the Project Medishare field hospital. Dr. Ragheb is in Haiti this week with his pediatric neurosurgical team.Photo by Jennifer Browning."][/caption]   By Jennifer Browning Project Medishare's Pediatric...

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Volunteer prosthetic orthotists train local prosthetic technicians

  |   Earthquake Response, Fundraisers, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning Project Medishare began fitting amputee patients with prosthetics at the beginning of April. As part of Project Medishare’s Amputee Rehabilitation Program, volunteer Certified Prothestists Orthotists (CPO) not only go down to work each week with amputee patients at the Project Medishare field hospital,...

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Girl Scout troup rallies community to donate and send supplies to Project Medishare’s field hospital in Haiti

  |   Celebrities, Earthquake Response, Fundraisers, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning On Easter Sunday, Georgia Jet Critical Care Medflight Flight Nurse, Jean Saden, assisted a flight crew in helping a young girl named Farah get medevaced to receive care in the United States. The flight crew were taken to the Project Medishare field hospital where...

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Volunteer Certified Prothestists Orthotists continue to fit amputee patients each week

  |   Earthquake Response, Uncategorized

[caption id="attachment_1729" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="A volunteer Certified Prothestist Orthotist (CPO) begins fitting an amputee patient. CPO's come to work in the Project Medishare hospital and fit an average of 10 patients each week. Photo by Laurene Leger. "][/caption] By Jennifer Browning With Project Medishare’s Amputee Rehabilitation...

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Project Medishare’s Community Health Program serves displaced families with population increase

  |   Community Health & Development, Earthquake Response, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning Three weeks after the earthquake three sisters, Darline and Martine Pierre and Deneiz Joseph, had lost everything. [caption id="attachment_1708" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Darline and Martine sit outside their stepfather's house in Casse with their children Francis Emmanuel and Immacula. They fled to the Central Plateau...

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