UNRWA Clinic

Here are the photos from our time at the Am’ari Refugee Camp. We worked there at the UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) clinic. The clinic provides basic primary care for adults and children, including acute care and chronic disease follow-up. The staff at the clinic were very kind and friendly. They welcomed us … Continue reading

Palestine Medical Complex

Here are a few photos from the Palestine Medical Complex, where we spent our first several days working in the Pediatric department. We had morning report every day, and it was very similar to what we do in the US, albeit in a mix of Arabic and English. We then rounded on two different teams … Continue reading

Be’lin

Today we went to Be’lin. People gathered after the Mulsim prayer- around 1pm. A very nice young woman from Tel Aviv informed us of procedures of what to do in response to the standard deterrents near the fence. Don’t get shot by the water cannon- your clothes will smell so bad that no taxi will … Continue reading

Health and Advocacy in Palestine

During the past two weeks here, we have met many incredible, brilliant, intelligent, and motivated people that I am so honored to have met. One of these individuals was during our rotation in the Palestine Medical Complex Pediatric Department. Dr. Tony Waterston (Picture below) was a guest lecturer from Britain that has worked with the … Continue reading

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