Tag Archives: Physician
Tweet KATHMANDU, 18 March 2013 (IRIN) – While health experts applaud Nepal’s declining maternal mortality ratio (MMR) in recent years, they say this gain is unsustainable if the country does not address its lack of qualified health staff, especially midwives, … Continue reading
Tweet I listened to Dr. Paula Dhanda speak about her Mission to Nepal at a presentation in Kelseyville on March 14, 2013. The presentation inspired me to write these words. She is more than a doctor. Dr. Paula Dhanda
Tweet The American Red Cross recognizes and honors outstanding individuals or groups for being real heroes. These people have made a difference by performing acts of courage, or selflessly giving time and effort to benefit others. From all walks of … Continue reading
Tweet Kathie Faloon, RN and I have worked together for 23 years. She is a wonderful caring nurse who has attended thousands of births and cared for countless women. We have worked side by side under the most challenging circumstances … Continue reading
Tweet Dr. Paula and I had the pleasure of paying a visit to MedShare in San Leandro, an organization which receives donations of very varied medical supplies that might have otherwise gone to the landfill as we in the States … Continue reading
Tweet I was recently invited to speak to the members of the Judge’s Breakfast in Clearlake organized by Judge Richard Freeborn. The presentation was about our October medical mission to Nepal and it was very well attended. Not only weas … Continue reading
Tweet It was after a very long flight and a 3 hour trip by van on very narrow roads that we finally reached Dr. Megh Bahadur Parajuli Community Hospital, Singfring, Ilam, Nepal. It had been a grueling trek exceeding 45 … Continue reading
Tweet Dear WHH Supporters, I feel extremely fortunate to be part of Worldwide Healing Hands (WHH). The medical professionals, board members, and volunteers are motivated, dynamic, and passionate and our numbers continue to grow.
Tweet We are back from the incredible mission to Nepal, where we took a team of 10 people to eastern Nepal. We brought with us 17 boxes of donated medical equipment and supplies.
Tweet I am back from the incredible mission to Nepal, where we took a team of 10 people to eastern Nepal. We brought with us 17 boxes of donated medical equipment and supplies. Among the work we did were: