WORLD HEART CAREGIVERS in Calgary, Alberta has worked with various organizations and communities in the past. Browse through our gallery to get a glimpse of our previous programs.
Canadian Medical Experts Training Local Doctors in Asthma Education
November 22, 2013
[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Ministry of Health through the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) in collaboration with the University of British Colombia, LIBIN Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta and the Institute of Health Science Education, launched the first Spirometry Lab and Asthma/Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) education programme at the GPHC on Thursday, November 22.
The Spirometry Lab and Asthma Education Programme are the first components in the development of an innovative integrated chronic disease management strategy for patients with common chronic diseases such as heart failure, COPD, chronic kidney disease and diabetes.
This programme is pioneered by Dr. Robert Levy with support from other technicians out of Canada and Dr. Kishan Narine and Dr. Debra Isaacs.
First successful paired kidney transplants performed at GPHC
David Papannah July 22, 2018
The recipients and donors of the successful paired kidney transplant along with the nurses.
Some children for free heart surgeries at GPHC
Stabroek News April 27, 2015
Paediatric surgical care to start shortly at GPHC
Stabroek News January 23, 2015
A team comprising four members from the University of Calgary and Baby Heart Foundation, has completed a visit to Guyana on plans for the establishment of Paediatric Surgical Care (PSC) at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC).
GINA said that the team leaders, Dr. Debra Isaac, Senior Heart Transplant Surgeon, Calgary University and Professor Kishan Narine, General Surgeon, Calgary University visited from January 19 to 22
Overseas-based Guyanese heart surgeon on local outreach
.. Dr Kishan Narine is currently visiting Guyana on an outreach of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (CGAGS) with support from the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta, a press release stated.
March 17, 2011