Good evening last night and our work for this trip is complete. The beer and coke has ice in it. Love that. Wenreturned to "school" and started in again for 7 hours. 7 stations of providers and an RN assistant and although I didn't count it must have been 350 people who came through. Vava pulled 43 more teeth. Check out the photo. Omg. Still glad to be busy at my station. Elijah Tom the pic for me. Hoping others will blog when we get home. It is just too hard to get on here with the intermitent Internet. Saw a case of chicken pox today with Haitians exposed. We had Acyclovir to treat them with. Wendy kept us going. 7 hours of nonstop except for a 10 to 15 min linch break is plenty. 4 to 6 patients at a time. We totally went through 50,000 vitamins BP meds Tylenol ibuprofen naproxen and depleted a number of antibiotics. Thrilled about that. Will send some pics and then Need to go pack some bags. See you tomorrow
Kay Anderson President "I am a critical care nurse at Mayo Clinic-Rochester. Over an 18-year span of trips, my greatest joy is to see a free-standing clinic open year round. I am so grateful to all volunteers and financial supporters who have helped Village Triano to know and FEEL quality health care."