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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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Army helps volunteer transition at Project Medishare field hospital

  |   Earthquake Response, Uncategorized

[caption id="attachment_1648" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="After logistics learned that the new volunteers would be arriving 12 hours later than planned, a group of Army medics, nurses, and PAs from Fort Bragg showed up to save the day. Photo by PJ Pitts."][/caption] By Jennifer Browning Each Saturday, new medical...

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Bogosse personal appearance tomorrow at Nordstrom Dadeland Mall; Bogosse founders raise money for Project Medishare’s relief efforts

  |   Celebrities, Earthquake Response

By Jennifer Browning Haitian-born Bogosse founders Patrick and Fabrice Tardieu have created a Limited Edition Collection, L’Union Fait La Force, and are donating 50 percent of the proceeds to Project Medishare. [caption id="attachment_1625" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Bogosse founders Fabrice and Patrick Tardieu at the Nordstrom Galleria in Dallas...

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Nurse anesthetist reflects on volunteer experience in first few days after January quake

  |   Earthquake Response

[caption id="attachment_1595" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Nurse anesthetist Tonya Via helps a patient get transferred to be airvacced to the United States. Via volunteered in the first few weeks after the January 12 earthquake. Photo courtesy of Tonya Via."][/caption] By Tonya Via After the 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti on...

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