With Global Health Outreach (GHO), we hosted this year's remote medical clinic from September 13 to 23. We served about 1,000 patients, which included seven children affected by disabilities.
This photo shows our view when walking back from the hospital to our hotel, which is to the right.
The first stop for patients was triage.
My role in the clinic involved logistics as well as medical counselor since I served in this role in Texas. A great privilege was being able to interact with many children and their families. Seven children were affected by disabilities.
We invited these families to take part in a day camp on Saturday, although we were unsure where we could host such an activity. Tiger, the English name of the young man next to me, served as my main translator. He did a fabulous job and was a great encourager.
Five of our translator volunteers this year came from our weekly study group.