Kingstown, St. Vincent – World Pediatric Project (WPP) continues to support Community-Based Growth in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the Eastern Caribbean through consistent and speciality Healthcare programs. The current team on island led by Dr. Moskowitz who is overseeing pediatric cardiology which deals with disorders of the heart as well as parts of the circulatory system and rheumatic fever cases, he is supported by cardiology resident Dr. Moore.
There were 67 patients seen from St. Vincent during the clinic day held last weekend. WPP continues to expand in the work that they are doing and is extremely grateful for the growing support and assistance from donors and sponsors. WPP recently received a donation from the Melisizwe brothers as well as Be Fit Movement SVG. These donations contribute to the success of the missions and the ability to provide on the ground support to the teams, children and families benefiting from the expertise, love and support of the WPP and their support members.
Lauren McIntosh –Executive Director of World Pediatric Project says we have completed three missions for the year and have our ophthalmology team led by Dr. Donna Brown and the plastic surgery team led by Dr. Nadia Blanchet scheduled for the week of February 10th. McIntosh says WPP is committed to reaching every child who needs our help while reemphasizing the gratitude and importance of the support received from donors in enabling them to continue their long term medical plans. As part of the mission WPP mobilizes diagnostic and surgical teams to heal children who lack assess to pediatric specialist care as well as provide complex surgical care to children through our network of partner hospitals in the US and internationally.WPP is committed to their mission in building a better brighter future for our children.
We remain in gratitude to the media for their continued support in highlighting the work being done to aid our children and improve their quality of life. The work of the WPP and its impact can be followed at www.worldpediatricproject.org.