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A 12-member team from Gardner-Webb University served on a medical mission trip to Thailand from May 13-23. Led by Dr. Nicole Waters, interim associate provost of the College of Health Sciences, associate professor and dean of the Hunt School of Nursing, and Dr. Candice Rome, associate professor of nursing, the group included six nursing majors, two exercise science majors and two biology majors. Working with missionaries, team members provided basic health care in Thailand to approximately 300 refugees of all ages, from multiple countries.
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Office of University Communications, "Medical Mission Team From Gardner-Webb University Cares for Refugees in Thailand" (2019). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 212.