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St. Lucia Medical & Dental Association Holds Awards Ceremony

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The Saint Lucia Medical and Dental Association held its Awards Ceremony at the Bay Gardens Hotel on November 11, 2022 under the theme Celebrating Excellence.

The occasion was used to recognize members who have made outstanding contributions in the fields of medicine and dentistry.

Our distinguished keynote speaker was Cato T. Laurencin MD, PH.D, of the University of Connecticut who inspired the audience with his presentation which centred around the theme of equity, justice and the novel transformative field of limb regeneration.

The President, Dr. Merle Clarke spoke to the resilience of physicians and dentists and urged them always to be guided by ethical principles to maintain the confidence and trust of the public which they serve.

The following were recipients of awards:

Outstanding Physician – Dr. Segun Tobias

Outstanding Dentist – Dr. Desmer Destang

Outstanding Junior Physician – Dr. Johnoma Giffard

Outstanding Intern – Dr. Chamane Peniston-Prospere

Outstanding District Medical Officer – Dr. Dianne Ferdinand-Walcott

Most Dedicated Team Member – Dr. Christi Gerald

Lifetime Achievement – Dr. Martin Didier

SLMDA Honouree – Dr. Fleming Sallapudi

Special Award to Professor Dabor Resiere of the Central Hospital University (CHU) of Martinique for his unwavering support to healthcare in Saint Lucia.

SOURCE: St. Lucia Medical & Dental Association

 

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8 COMMENTS

  1. in other words if you do as WE say you will be awarded. i am preety sure the doctor that used the ivermeticin to treat covid was not invited. i wish saint lucia times would put an update on this matter. the last time i heard the doctor was 1 and the association was 0

  2. Same doctors who couldn’t tell somebody’s left leg from their right leg. Now the old lady have no legs. What a clown show.

  3. I got the rona. Took the ivermectin and some other stuff on confirmation of the test (day 3 of symptoms – headache/fever). By the next day I was normal. Partner got it as well a while later. By second day of taking the protocol all symptoms gone. Partner siblings who took the jook, all were down for at least 2 weeks. Same doctors that pushing that garbage getting awars.

  4. Vaccine kills and its killing many people their BLOOD IS ON YOUR HANDS YOUR AWARDS ARE EARTHLY BUT IN THE GRAVE YOUR HL BEGINS. CHEERS

  5. While most lucians can’t afford to be sick, these followers of Rockefeller poison medicine and big pharma back world governments celebrating excellence, ha, tell us when the circus goes away. Was this clown show financed by tax payers money, since we have so much we budget over 30mil towards vaccine hesitancy and advocacy under this SLP administration. The masa UWP not off the hook, all you’ll are criminals. Fire burn

  6. SLMDA WHY AREN’T YOU MAKING A RECOMMENDATION TO CABINET TO INCREASE THE INTAKE OF INTERNS SO AS TO CLEAR THE BACKLOG? MANY ARE WAITING FOR YEARS TO GET AN INTERNSHIP AFTER STUDYING SO HARD. COME ON, PLEASE GIVE THESE YOUNG DOCTORS A CHANCE. TIRED OF YA;;

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