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Rotary Club 2020 VOSH Eye Care Mission. Patients urged to get pre-screened at Health Clinics

by: - November 28, 2019
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The Rotary Club of Dominica in collaboration with VOSH International and the Ministry of Health is once again preparing for the upcoming annual VOSH Eye Care Mission in Dominica. VOSH, which stands for Voluntary Optometric Services to Humanity, is an international voluntary organisation with various chapters based in the United States, to execute its mission to provide vision and quality eye health to people worldwide.

The VOSH Michigan Chapter headed by Dr. Daniel Wrubel has organised eye care missions to Dominica for the past 25 years, facilitated by the Rotary Club of Dominica and the Ministry of Health. The VOSH 2020 mission will run from January 20th – 23rd, 2020.

Those wishing to attend the VOSH clinics are advised that a ticketing system has been put in place to ensure the smooth flow of persons, and they must be pre-screened at their respective health cent ers prior to the mission to receive a ticket. A monetary contribution will be required from persons receiving glasses. Only persons that have been pre-screened and have the correct tickets will be allowed entry at the various clinics.

The mission dates and clinics are as follows:

Data Mission Location Screening clinic locations
Monday January 20th, 2020 Marigot SDA Church Marigot, Wesley, and Calibishie
Tuesday January 21st, 2020 Salybia Health Center Salybia, Castle Bruce, San Soufriere
Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 Goodwill Parish Hall Massacre, Mahaut, Soufriere, Point Michel
Thursday January 23rd, 2020  Goodwill Parish Hall Roseau