Monday, January 7, 2013
The big day!
Well, the big day finaly arrived--opening day!
I'm not going to say a lot, but I'll let the pictures speak. Our first day went very well!
Direk making dossiers
Adolph at his job--looking up dossier's for returning patients
Fre Noes--keeping people in order
Mis Rhoda taking blood pressures
Mis Leda at work in her new room
Mis Joselaine happily at work
Mis Breanna treating returning blood pressure patients
Here I am working in my new corner
This lady was having pre-eclamptic signs so we sent her out to town. She came back today with her tiny baby--4lbs.
Breanna doing a bandage job
Zita in the pharmacy
The happy pharmacy crew at work!
Our hospital room ready to go. We actually had one person in it today, but I missed getting a pic of that.
A big thanks again for everyone who prayed and donated time and money for this project. It is greatly appreciated by us as staff at the clinic and the community here. I wish you could see the smiles and here the comments of gratitude.
May God bless you richly!
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