Papua New Guinea

Port Moresby General Hospital requested a Telemedical Link which has now been set up. This is a 300 bed Teaching hospital with more than 100 Doctors, Nurses and medical staff. Specialist services available Surgery, Obstetric and Gynaecology, Radiology, Dermatology, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Internal medicine and Pathology. They have a shortage of drugs but will still treat those patients that are unable to pay.

Swinfen Telemedicine welcome and look forward to working with them.

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New Swinfen Telemedical Link in Uganda

Kiwoko Hospital, Luwero – Uganda, is a 250 bed community hospital built on a strong Christian foundation, with evangelism and medical help going hand in hand. They have 7 medical officers, 2 Surgeons, clinical officers and nurses. Patients contribute to the costs of their treatment, but in a rural area with much poverty this is often not possible and the ambition is that no patient should be turned away, the cost being covered by the ‘Good Samaritan Fund’.

On site includes:

  • Adults’ and Children’s wards
  • T.B. ward
  • Obstetric Unit
  • Operating Suite
  • Outpatients
  • Antenatal clinic
  • HIV Clinic
  • Medical and heavy engineering workshops
  • Laboratory and Radiology
  • Nursing and Laboratory Schools
  • Administration
  • Staff accommodation
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April Statistics

This month Swinfen Telemedicine gave medical advice on cases from Iraq, Tanzania, India, Papua New Guinea, China,Nepal, Albania (Refugee Camp), Yemen, Afghanistan, Micronesia and Bangladesh.

The cases ranged from a 7 day old baby from Papua New Guinea that had been given the wrong medication to a 70 year old from Nepal with a dry cough for several years.

9 cases were Paediatric, 11 Female and 11 Male. 10 cases were sent via our unique Swinfen mobile app.

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London Marathon 2016

Dear Supporters

I completed the London Marathon 2016!! A fantastic day, fantastic atmosphere, fantastic people and supporters. It was an experience that I shall never forget and felt privileged to be a part of.

The running conditions were a little chilly to start but ideal for me. It wasn’t really about the time but I completed in 5 hours 14 minutes. I had been training at 11minute mile so was really chuffed with the result.

Thank you everyone for your support, well wishes and donations to help me raise funds for such a wonderful charity.

I have recovered really well, and planning for the next Marathon, Yes I enjoyed it that much I want to do another – MAD!

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