Blog-Cholera clinic Dec 2010

Recently Luke’s Mission president, April Perry, spent a week in a Cholera Treatment Center ( CTC) in City Soleil providing care for the nundreds of patients there who presented with cholera.  She blogged daily about the experiences during that week.  Below are links to the blogs. 

December 28

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DEcember 29, 2011

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December 30, 2010

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December 31, 2011

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January 1, 2011

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January 2, 2011

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January 3, 2011

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4 Responses to Blog-Cholera clinic Dec 2010

  1. Kathy Murphy-Baum says:

    April,

    You may already know this but your blogs and website info. have been invaluable to us and probably many others working to help the people of Haiti. Myself and Dave Gibson have emailed you with questions regarding the Sawyer filter project in Belbede. We leave next week for St. Jean de Sud and our yearly week long medical clinic. The community clinic nurse manager is determined that cholera will not spread to St. Jean and we will hopefully help with introducing the filters and education. I will pray for you and the SP – Kathy Murphy-Baum, Holy Redeemer Church, St. Louis

    • lukesmission says:

      thank you so much for this encouragement. Please let us know if you need help with the filters. We are committed to them as a way to help provide clean water in a household filtration form.

  2. Cami Jo Brown says:

    I went 12/18-28. I guess I just missed you. It was refreshing to read your posts. I worked in the peds ward as well. I felt like I did very little work other than starting some really difficult IV’s. It was a lot of play which I think was very therapeutic for me and the children.

  3. lukesmission says:

    Wow!! We were really busy. I was the only provider with 27 kids one day. We pretty much always had at least a half full unit. I am sure you did good work.

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