Consistent and Continued Care in the Dominican Republic

April 13th, 2016


World Pediatric Project’s annual neurosurgery mission to the Dominican Republic helps not only to provide local children access to care but also provides training opportunities for local medical professionals to help develop lasting solutions for communities.

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Delivering Hope In Belize

April 13th, 2016

Mike and Craig in casting clinic

Patients travel from across Belize to Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital in Belize City for care they may otherwise not receive — many receiving multiple evaluations on the same day for comprehensive care.

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Richmond Times-Dispatch: Barbados girls headed home after surgery to fix severely bowed legs

April 5th, 2016


Standing straighter than they have in years, 8-year-olds Raven Harris and Miracle Harewood played kickball Thursday in the physical therapy room at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University, the day before their trip home to Barbados.

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World Pediatric Project and Trinity 5th Term Students Bring Additional Expert Care to SVG Children

March 18th, 2016


Kathryn Bakkum, fifth term student of Trinity School of Medicine, after completing a service trip with the World Pediatric Project’s ophthalmology and plastic surgery missions was another proud example of Trinity’s clinical service culture.

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Baby Shamir Returns Home

March 8th, 2016

shamir going home

After coming to the United States for life saving surgery in December, healthy ten-week old Shamir is back home with his family.

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WRIC 8 News: Local mission groups feeling the impact of Zika virus

February 4th, 2016


“We want our volunteers to take it seriously and, of course, encouraging volunteers who are not comfortable, especially young female volunteers, to consider not traveling this year,” said Iracane.

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