When volunteering in developing countries, I get a chance to practice medicine in its most essential form and to really make a difference in peoples lives. It's what inspires me to return year after year.

Dr Adrian Lee - Global Community

When volunteering in developing countries, I get a chance to practice medicine in its most essential form and to really make a difference in peoples lives. It's what inspires me to return year after year.

Dr. Lee is a member of Health for Humanity and has been fortunate to be a part of the surgical team to Guatemala since 2009. In Guatemala, he donates his time performing plastic and reconstructive surgeries such as cleft lip and palate repairs, congenital hand deformity reconstruction, and burn reconstructive surgery. He is looking forward to participating in many more volunteer missions in the future.

 

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As COVID-19 spreads across the country, our patients’ and our staffs’ health and welfare are our primary concern. To reduce the risk of spreading the virus we are implementing changes to reduce person to person contact. We may only be able to see urgent consults and follow ups. This applies to our offices as well as our clinics at the hospital. If appropriate, our staff may contact you to arrange a telephone appointment. As our senior population are at greatest risk, we will endeavour to reduce their exposure by deferring in person appointments unless absolutely necessary. Regrettably, there is a high likelihood your upcoming procedure or surgery may be deferred. If so, we will make every effort to rebook you as soon as the COVID-19 crisis resolves. We are closely following the guidance of the Ministry of Health and the Fraser Health Authority. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

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