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President & International Medical Director

Dr. Wil Johnson, MD

2701 E. Hill Drive Rock Falls, IL 61071

Phone: +1 (815) 622-1605

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Skype: adrwil3

 

Vice - President & Pharmacy Supervisor

Mrs. Pat Johnson

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Contact me about DPP and Pharmacy Issues

 

International Coordinator & Student / Campus Adviser

Erica Sokol

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Contact me about general trip information

 

CEO & Panama Coordinator

Ariadne Iglesias

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Phone: (507) 6599-0149 OR (507) 6871-0148

Contact me with questions specific to trips going to Panama

 

CEO & Dominican Republic  Coordinator

Eliseo Tavarez

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Contact me with questions  specific to trips going to Dominican Republic

Phone:  (809) 605-3278

 

 

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One of the patient's that I will never forget were two little girls of the ages 5 and 6, who portrayed symptoms of malnutrition, which I later learned that it was due to the lack of parental/guardian supervision. Apart from their poor health conditions, they also lived in poor living conditions, where both of them had to sleep in the floor and one of them did not own a pair of shoes. After, diagnosing the patients and consulting with each member from my group, we thought that the best GMT can do is to provide both of them with sufficient vitamins, iron tablets, and parasite treatment for at least 2 months. Even then, we thought that giving the little girls these medications was very little in our dispense. This was one of the cases that definitely marked my perspective about the patient's healthcare in third world countries and how the poverty in Panama is incomparable to first world poverty.- Angela, Junior, Hunter College