MEDICAL MISSION

Monroe College School of Nursing

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Dominican Republic

Monroe College involves their students annually in a medical relief effort to The Dominican Republic. Each team is comprised of faculty, students and non-medical volunteers. Throughout the various clinics and communities they served, this year team tended to over 700 patients. Their hope is to return to this area again in 2013 to continue the medical care that is so dearly needed in this region. Please support Monroe College in their continued relief efforts in The Dominican Republic.

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