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Drs Wally Carlo and Maran Ramani, Division of Neonatology, support training programs in Zambia, DRC, India, Kenya, Pakistan and Guatemala to train local caregivers to provide care to premature babies. 
Dr. Carlo also works in in Puerto Rico, Mexico, Chile and Argentina.

Drs. Jennifer Chambers and Carin Kiser run the International Adoption Clinic, housed in our General Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Division. These physicians have a contract with Lifeline Children’s Services (a local adoption agency) to provide professional evaluations of children living in orphanages in The People’s Republic of China. 

Santiago Borasino, MD, Cardiology Intensive Care Unit - Operation Smile

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