Taiwanese Mission Continues Work in St. Kitts-Nevis

(ZIZ News) – The Taiwan Root Medical Peace Corps Mission is continuing its work in St. Kitts and Nevis, providing free medical services to residents, and training for locals.

The mission comprises 24 doctors, nurses and volunteers who are offering services in basic medical care in the fields of Dentistry, Paediatrics, Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Gynaecology and Internal Medicine.

During a visit to the St. Kitts Eco-Farm on Wednesday, Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Dr. Albert Hsu spoke of the work they had done so far.

He said, “We went to Joseph N. France General Hospital. We also went to some of the medical centers around the island. We sent out our internal doctors, dentists, gynaecologists to work together with the local doctors. Also, any questions locals have, we give them answers.”

While complimenting the medical facilities in St. Kitts, Dr. Hsu extended an invitation for local medical practitioners to seek training opportunities in Taiwan.

The Taiwan Root Medical Peace Corps Mission will continue its work in St. Kitts until Thursday 17th, before opening sessions on Nevis from September 18-21

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