TROPIC CARE 2017 FREE MEDICAL CAMP IS RETURNING TO KAUAI FROM JUNE 12-21
FROM OPTICAL TO DENTAL & PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS, THE CAMP WILL ADDRESS ALL THE MAJOR MEDICAL NEEDS FOR THE LOCAL RESIDENTS OF THE ISLAND
Kauai, HI, USA - June 12, 2017: Great news for the people of the Hawaiian Island of Kauai as the no-cost medical care camp of Tropic Care returns to the Island. The free medical camp will be set up at three clinic sites and the team of Tropic Care will remain in the Island from June 12 to 21, 2017. Moreover, the camp will is a part of the Innovative Readiness Training program and team of experts will be offering the local people with several treatments and examinations.
“We are returning to the Island with a new hope to revive our previous efforts by addressing non-acute healthcare requirements of the local people here in Kauai.” Said US Army Lieutenant Colonel Melissa Wardlaw, the leader of Tropic Care Kauai. “We are going to perform physical examinations, dental examinations, physical therapy, dental fillings, tooth extractions, dental cleanings and eye examinations along with several other procedures and examinations.” She added.
In Kauai, most people are unable to afford seeing doctors, dentists or even eye specialists. Therefore, this mission will greatly contribute in addressing their needs and the deployment will once again revive healthcare in the beautiful island. In addition, Kauai Bus rides will be free for the residents so that they are easily able to reach these three clinics.
Clinic Locations and Details
The three clinics for this camp will be conveniently established at Eleele Elementary School, Kauai Community College and Kapaa Middle School. Clinics will be open from 8am to 4pm Daily, except June 18th & 21st when clinics close at 1 pm.
According to a local elementary school teacher at the Island, the camp will greatly benefit children as most of the children in Kauai need examinations by professional practitioners. The camp is expected to receive an overwhelming reception at the Island from the local residents that are known for their hospitality and culture. According to the Lieutenant Colonel Melissa, the team members are already looking forward to helping these great people.