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Brattleboro Nurses in Nicaragua – 3

Brattleboro Nurses in Nicaragua – 3 We just finished our second to last day teaching at the hospital. Again, 40 doctors and nurses in a room without air conditioning in nearly 100 degree heat. Despite the conditions, everyone remained attentive and participatory. Were growing fond of our nicaraguan colleagues.  Today’s themes included medications and lactation, […]

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Brattleboro Nurses in Nicaragua – 2

Brattleboro Nurses in Nicaragua – 2 Hello All, We are tired and happy. On day three of our lactation course at hospital HEODRA. Conditions are very basic in the hospital. All services and medicines here are free and as such the hospital serves the poorest of the poor with limited equipment and resources. The doctors […]

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Brattleboro Nurses in Nicaragua – 1

Brattleboro Nurses in Nicaragua – 1 “Good Morning! All is well. This is an amazing experience. The hospital does close to 5,000 births a year and they have one ambu bag, one fetal monitor and women all room together until they are ready to push. 40 doctors and nurses showed up for our class when […]

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Debbie Kitzmiller, Aimee Creelman, Kristin Anderson

Area Nurses to Volunteer in Nicaraguan Hospital

Area Nurses to Volunteer in Nicaraguan Hospital Aimee Creelman, Kristin Anderson, and Debbie Kitzmiller from the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Birthing Center will be traveling to Nicaragua in March on a volunteer mission to raise awareness about lactation and other issues related to labor, delivery and newborn care. The group will spend one week in Leon, […]

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