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The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project

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In conjunction with several government and private health care facilities in Arusha, Tanzania, The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project is designed to provide clinical care, education, psychosocial support and infrastructure assistance to those agencies involved in HIV/AIDS, internal medicine and orthopedic and reconstructive surgery. Over the last ten years, The Phil Simon Clinic has sent over 75 healthcare personnel to Tanzania to help achieve these goals. Medical and educational support and supplies continue to flow to Arusha between trips to East Africa. Upone Charitable Medical Centre, Mount Meru Regional Hospital, St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Meserani and Endulen Clinics are some of the venues receiving assistance and education from The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project. A robust surgical program has been established at St. Elizabeth Hospital and has changed the lives of many Tanzanian patients. Scholarship programs and an exchange education program have been established to enhance training for local HIV/AIDS providers in Arusha. This has become especially important as Tanzania continues to address its health needs.

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