Johns Hopkins Teams Up With Cardiovascular Surgeons at Costa Rica’s Children’s Hospital

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – A very positive visit from a group of Johns Hopkins Hospital specialists on Monday highlighted the work of Costa Rica’s National Children’s Hospital, which is seeking to improve their cardiovascular program.

    This group was led by cardiovascular surgery physician, Dr. Luca Vricella, noting that experts continue to bring the country together to improve and strengthen the cardiovascular program at Children’s Hospital.

    “We will bring in more specialists and work with the local staff. This hospital has a good plan with plenty of resources, and a very talented and enthusiastic staff,” he said.

    Meanwhile anesthesiologist, Dr. Jackie Martin, said that they found a staff committed to the Costa Rican children.

    “I was struck by the leadership and commitment of the hospital; we are very excited to form this plan. The Children’s Hospital surgeons will do a great job,” he said.

    Costa Rican doctor, Dr. Javier Brenes, stressed that the presence of this group is a dream come true.

    “We are very pleased and happy for the support, it’s a dream come true. This group came to strengthen the cardiovascular surgery program and the entire group is very happy with such extraordinary people at Johns Hopkins Hospital,” he said.

    In addition, Costa Rican doctors are planning a visit to this prestigious medical center in the coming months.

    In December another group of four specialists from Dallas will come to the country with the idea of ​​handling around 10 cases of children with cardiovascular problems in a week. (Crhoy)

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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