WONDOOR/Global Health Residency Programs
Rachel Pope, MD (right), inserts an IV line in a patient at Georgetown Public Hospital in Georgetown, Guyana, in January 2012 as part of the WONDOOR program. Dr. Pope is an Ob/Gyn resident at UH MacDonald Women’s Hospitals.
James Liu, MD (right), inspects an IV line inserted by Dr. Rachel Pope (left), at Georgetown Public Hospital. Dr. Liu is chair of UH MacDonald Women’s Hospital’s Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Margaret Larkins-Pettigrew, MD (right), and Tia Melton, MD, listen as a needs assessment is completed at Georgetown Public Hospital in January 2012. Drs. Larkins-Pettigrew and Melton started the Women, Neonates, Diversity, Outreach, Opportunities and Research program (known as WONDOOR and pronounced one door) at UH MacDonald Women’s Hospital to train Ob/Gyn residents in global health.
Two patients sleep in bed No. 22 at Georgetown Public Hospital in January 2012. Physicians from Georgetown Public Hospital and University Hospitals have created a joint residency program to educate bright motivated general physicians to meet the need for highly trained physicians in Guyana.