Tag archive of Medical

Thank You!
september htank you

Loving Arms would like to thank the team of Barb, Jeff, Fern, Leslie Ann, Cindy, and Tamara. During their time in Guatemala, they helped set up health clinics for locals, medical workshops for nursing students, as well as participating in our adopt-a-home program. Their hard work was not unnoticed as they aided more sick people per nurse than any other medical team we've ever had! We only had three nurses in the clinics while others worked in the

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Welcome!
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Loving Arms is excited to welcome a nursing team from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia! Led by Barb Irving, this team has a busy schedule ahead of them.  Throughout the week, they will run medical clinics in Chimaltenango (with Pastor Oswaldo), La Hermita, Los Encinos, San Lorenzo, El Llano, Parrojas, Caleras, Cajagualten, Corrales (Centre of Hope for Elders), Paraxaj, Chitaburuy, and Parramos, as well as the children of the Christian School of Hope. 

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Medical & Dental Help Trip
jan 13 - 1

Volunteers Needed for a trip to Guatemala - Everyday Miracles International (EMI) is a Canadian NGO partnering with Loving Arms to provide primary medical and dental care to needy children and families in Guatemala. EMI is seeking dedicated individuals: physicians, NPs, nurses, paramedics, dentist, dental assistants and general assistants, who are committed to this worthy cause.  It is rewarding and humbling to be part of a medical/dental relief

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Welcome!
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Loving Arms is excited to welcome a nursing team from New Brunswick!  Led by Jolene Wade, this team has a busy schedule ahead of them.  Members of this team include Joshua Goodwin, Barb Irving, Amanda Mccutcheon, Jolene Wade, Kaitlyn Storey, Janel Russell, Karri Cox-Matchett, Stephanie Lyons, and Keltie Keir.  Throughout the week, they will run medical clinics for eight villages that Loving Arms works closely with.  The team will also participate

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November 12, 2014 – Day 4
November 12 - 4

As we sit here to write about our day in Guatemala, we have had many tears as we reflect on all we have seen, heard and touched. It is obvious that every one of us on the team have been deeply moved by these people and we feel we cannot do enough for them. On a positive note we have seen more people than anticipated but on the down side we are running short on medications, especially vitamins for adults and children which they badly need. This morning

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