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Over 90% of funds raised go directly to H4H Programs: Surgical Mission, Primary Care Jornada, and Public Health projects.  Medical teams will be in Antigua and El Peten, Guatemala, in November.

Health for Humanity is with Monica Froh and Gloria Garraway.

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Gloria and Monica Two of our many stars.

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Sue Berlinguettethat is a beautiful shot..lookin great ladies

2 weeks ago   ·  1

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La Quinta.

At Las Obras.

Health for Humanity is at Obras Sociales del Santo Hermano Pedro.

Dedication of Las Obras hospital staff. This is Otto. See MoreSee Less

Dedication of Las Obras hospital staff. This is Otto.

Leanne Foulds Taylor, Mariela Moscoso and 15 others like this

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Mani UppalOtto and all of the employees at the Obras deserve the most respect and love. They are such a blessing to work with.

3 weeks ago   ·  5

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Joe DelvicarioOtto is a star.Of all the eating utensils available, he would choose an ordinary fork….go figure!😉

2 weeks ago

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Thu LeOtto … He’s a treasure and a pleasure to work with❣️

3 weeks ago   ·  1

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Brian ChenOtto is the most efficient nurse I’ve ever work with. I am not used to have a nurse waiting for me!

2 weeks ago

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Debbie NathanMy favorite

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Last year we had a patient, a teenage girl, who came to see us at Las Obras after a bad car accident. The crash left one side of her face disfigured and her cheekbone completely destroyed.
Dr. James Saunders, a plastic surgeon, rebuilt it using a part of her rib. That surgery in November of 2016 was stage one. She came back this year for the second stage which involved rebuilding her eyelid area – the final plastics procedure.
On the morning of his departure, just two hours before it, James went to see her. This is our patient’s mom looking at her daughter’s face as the bandages came off…
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Last year we had a patient, a teenage girl, who came to see us at Las Obras after a bad car accident. The crash left one side of her face disfigured and her cheekbone completely destroyed. 
Dr. James Saunders, a plastic surgeon, rebuilt it using a part of her rib. That surgery in November of 2016 was stage one. She came back this year for the second stage which involved rebuilding her eyelid area - the final plastics procedure. 
On the morning of his departure, just two hours before it, James went to see her. This is our patients mom looking at her daughters face as the bandages came off...

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Friday, week 3. Last day. Debriefing, organizing, packing, finishing up. The Spanish team is already here, getting ready to take over and start their two weeks tomorrow.
And the work at Las Obras goes round and round. See MoreSee Less

Friday, week 3. Last day. Debriefing, organizing, packing, finishing up. The Spanish team is already here, getting ready to take over and start their two weeks tomorrow. 
And the work at Las Obras goes round and round.

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Monica FrohAmazing 3 weeks. Can’t believe it’s over

3 weeks ago

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