Assisting Refugees on the Move: Care-A-Van

by Circle of Health International
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
Assisting Refugees on the Move:  Care-A-Van
May 17, 2016

Field Report 05/16/2016

New Ultrasound in use
New Ultrasound in use

 

Weekly Report from our In-Field Coordinator, Nathan Scott-Johnston. 

 

"Pharmacy: This week we have had a Pharmacist create a system and do a provisional stock check to remove expired medication and the medications that are restricted in Greece. This system should help pave the way for digitization. I will continue to work with this pharmacist on policies and procedures.

 Ultrasound: We have been able to deploy a portable ultrasound, through an extensive relationship built with a fellow medical actor in Northern Greece. This has proved a great success and was made possible with the help SAMS (Syrian-American Medical Society) providing a highly skilled obstetrician. Specialized staff permitting, we aim to run this service weekly or biweekly.

 Dentists. The dentists have arrived and they are providing amazing care, seeing a vast amount of patients referred by ourselves and MSF. We are also taking referrals from other camps and utilizing their MSF transport .

  1. We are working with actors to review procedures and in some cases create pathways. There is currently a shortfall in safeguarding measures by some actors, we are working on our policies for this and looking into sourcing training on this subject.

 The vaccination campaign of children has started, this has meant an increase in workload with a high number of febrile pediatric patients. They have been given, MMR, PCV, DTP-IPV-Hib-HepB

 Funding. Things are getting very difficult due to lack of funds, No real clarity or timeline has been provided on this despite several emails. There is a high feeling of concern amongst staff regarding the issue of maintaining long-term volunteers." 

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Circle of Health International

Location: Austin, TX - USA
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Sera Bonds
Austin, TX United States

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