Rwandan doctors visiting Spokane, WA
AP/Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 30, 2009
Doctors from Spokane, WA, and Rwanda are working together to improve healthcare in that African nation. Teams of surgeons, nurses and other medical professionals from Spokane have traveled to the central African nation in the past year to treat patients and train people. Now, two Rwandan doctors are working at Deaconess Medical Center to learn how U.S. hospitals function.
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