Grenada: Chores Support Grenada is all set to return to the shores of the country with full excitement. The arrival of the Chores Supports Grenada will have happened after two tough years of the deadly viral infection of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The announcement has been provided by the authorities named CHORES Group.
It said that Chores Support Grenada is pleased to announce the arrival of the CHORES team to the shores of Grenada after a two-year hiatus precipitated by the COVID crisis.
The last project, arranged for Spring 2020, was cancelled as the country approached lockdown.
Over the two-plus-year period, CHORES continued to provide cardiology clinics through its telemedicine unit housed at the pediatric ward, General Hospital. The team provided over three hundred visits to date via the unit. Graits surgical repairs also continued at Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida.
The press release of CHORES Group writes, “We are pleased to welcome two cardiology teams (ADults with congenital lesions and paediatrics) along with a genetic team, to Grenada with clinics to start on Monday, May 23, 2022, at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium.”
Further, all patients are already scheduled for the three-day pediatric clinic and the one-week adult clinic. Walk In’s cannot be accommodated at this time.
“We are grateful for the collaborative efforts of the Ministry of Health, the General Hospital’s administrative team, St George’s University School of Medicine, University Club, Digicel, Avis car rental, Sea Breeze Hotel, Grenada Bottling Co Ltd, Glenelg, Aquarium restaurant, Island Catering and many more who continue to make this a reality,” underlined press release.
It further stated that the Group would have a larger project in September 2022, when they would welcome an even larger team.
The Group further stated, “To enable all children in the State of Grenada to enjoy essential health and support services that give them hope for a brighter future.”