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The Clinic Of Hope!

This is a guest post written by Katy Wilson, a nurse from Texas. She was a long term volunteer at the clinic. In this blog, she writes about how she witnessed saving the life of one child and the birth of another child at Clinica Esperanza’s New Birthing Center.  The[…]

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Roatan Featured as One of the World’s Best Islands in International Living

Our founder, Peggy Stranges, was quoted in this month’s International Living Magazine. You can read the except below which is the section about Roatan featured in an article titled, “Robinson Crusoe-Style Retreats on 7 of the World’s Best Islands”. To subscribe to International Living visit their website: www.internationalliving.com. Thanks to Jennifer Stevens[…]

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Afroantillean Culture Park

Leigh Zisko has a Masters in Public Health and is volunteering at the clinic in a number of capacities. Among them are research, project development and grant-writing. Her husband is Dr. Eric Nau is a pediatrician here at the clinic as well. Leigh shared this story from their visit to[…]

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Taking Action

Most people want to feel as though they are involved in something important, contributing to a greater good. It’s a sentiment that helps this clinic grow every day. But something happened this weekend that demands that we all look for a way to take action now. On Sundays, Infinity Bay[…]

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$4 Million in Meds Arrive in Roatan

On August 6 well over 2000 boxes of hypertensive meds, diabetes medicine and antibiotics were distributed among the following healthcare facilities: Clinica Esperanza, Roatan Hospital, Centro de Salud-Los Fuertes, Centro de Salud-French Harbour, Clinica Oak Ridge, Centro de Salud-Pandy Town, Clinica Glenda Fe and Hospital Loma de Luz (mainland). This donation[…]

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Celebrating July 4th in Honduras

The clinic mainly follows the Honduran national holidays with only a couple US holidays observed for our American volunteers. One of those holidays that we do observe is July 4th. This year however, instead of just going to relax on the beautiful beach, we decided to do something positive for[…]

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