The Dominica Republic Gets a Piece of CMES-Pi

Banelino is a fair trade banana cooperative that partners with TGH to support local healthcare in the DR.

Dr. Yari Rodriguez in Mao, a coastal community on the Haitian border, and Dr. Miguel Garcia in Monti Christi, a northwestern urban city, in the Dominica Republic (DR) are the newest users of CMES-Pi. The doctors are local partners in healthcare with Timmy Global Health (TGH), an Indianapolis based nonprofit that provides access to healthcare through volunteers and empowering local health providers worldwide.

 

Dr. Manoj Thomas, from TWB, joined the TGH medical brigade in March. He assisted Anny, the local TGH Program Manager, on installation and how to use the Pi device including the smartphone apps for her DR staff.

Anny, TGH project director in the DR, is ready install the CMES-Pi unit.

CMES-Pi…so little providing so much cme.

The doctors in these clinics are providing care in austere rural settings. Accessing the EMRAP cme gives them a source of updated medical information to provide the best care possible for their patients.

Dr. Yari (on the right) in Mao meets CMES-Pi.

Dr. Miguel gets a lesson from Anny on the smartphone app.

Who Knew? The DR is the largest producer of organic bananas worldwide, representing more than 55% of the world’s organic banana production. The DR also makes one of the best rums in the world…banana daiquiri anyone?

 



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