PAMA Medical Mission to the Philippines

One of our friends and clients, Dr Roger Fabian, participated in a medical mission to the Phillipines in May with the Philippine Australian Medical Association (PAMA).  Visiting the Aurora province and Pagadian City, the team of about 40 volunteers from Australia and the Philippines performed over 2700 procedures in 6 days including 221 surgeries to people in need.  See the full report here.

Fusion is proud to support and assist PAMA in their truly inspirational work that is improving the lives of thousands of people.  Dr Fabian will be presenting on the mission at an upcoming Medical Specialists Dinner that Fusion is hosting later this month.

PAMA are also currently organising their 2012 Charity Ball.  If you are interested in attending the event, supporting PAMA or advertising in the charity ball program, please contact Jeremy at Fusion by calling 1300 038 746.

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