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    Trish Christofferson
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  1. Important Information on how to contact an Ambulance in Chiriqui. Also some of the hospitals in the area. You might want to cut some of it out for your refrigerator. Click Here to view in web browser
  2. View this email in your browser The government of Panama has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. In accordance, Boquete Health and Hospice has cancelled all events and activities. Please watch for updates on our CPR trainings, "Being Prepared in Boquete for Life and Death" presentation, and our Healthy Living Series talks. Stay safe and healthy! Table of Contents: • COVID19 Policy • Important Letter from our President • Blood Donor Caravan Success • Introducing our Mini Training • Panamanian Outreach • Our Mission BOQUETE HEALTH AND HOSPICE PROTOCOLS DURING A HEALTH CRISIS Our volunteer's health and safety must come first. During a health crisis there will be no meetings, classes, trainings or other gatherings. For the protocol for delivering meals or equipment and interacting with patients go to the link below for full instructions. Dra. Digna Diaz has provided us with important information regarding COVID-19. See full instructions in the link below. Also included in this link there are general instructions on how to protect yourself including complete instructions for cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. View our Complete Policy Important Letter from Our President Upcoming Events: Apr 1 – Council Meeting – (Go To Meeting link) Apr 9 – General Meeting – (Possibly by Go To Meeting link) May 6 – Council Meeting – (method of meeting depends on circumstances) May 14 – General Meeting – (method of meeting depends on circumstances) Boquete Health and Hospice Operations In compliance with all directives, BHH has cancelled all events, meetings, classes and training. When we are able to resume these activities, we will let the community know. On March 19, 2020, BHH conducted its first video meeting using Go To Meeting. Seven of our Council members were on the call. We will hold our next regularly scheduled Council Meeting at 10:00 a.m. on April 1. Depending on the results of that meeting, we will attempt to hold a video meeting for our membership. More information to follow. Boquete Health and Hospice Policies During A Health Crisis Regardless of anything else, our volunteer’s health and safety must come first. Under no circumstances will our volunteers be placed in a situation that endangers their welfare. We can still delivery meals and music to people’s homes, but: We will not enter the home. The meal/music will be left at the gate, and NO physical contact with any person will be made. Our volunteers will respect the 2-meter distance requirement. No Hospice or Home Healthcare visits will be made. Equipment loans will be considered. Equipment borrowed from our lockers will be sanitized prior to pick up. Equipment returned to our lockers will be sanitized outside the building prior to being returned to storage. Respiratory equipment will be set up at the locker, delivered to the home (outside) so all the patient/family has to do is plug it in. Pick up of respiratory equipment is to be made outside the home, wiped down with bleach before being placed in the volunteer’s vehicle. We appreciate that these requirements are difficult, but we are attempting to still provide the majority of our services while keeping our volunteers, their families and friends and the community safe. BEING PREPARED The new handbook, “Being Prepared in Boquete for Life and Death”, is in the process of being printed. We are unsure of when it will be completed. The information contained in the booklet has been simplified and is easy to read. The handbook will cost $10.00. You can reserve your copy by emailing a request to: prepared@boquetehealth.org Boquete Health and Hospice wants everyone to be able to afford a booklet. If you are so inclined, an additional donation will allow others to receive a copy. Boquete Health and Hospice is still here and helping, just in a different way. Request for Help/Donations Boquete Health and Hospice usually raises funds through our events. However, now and for the foreseeable future, there are no events. In order to continue providing equipment, meals and music, as well as the Being Prepared information, donations are needed and deeply appreciated. Please consider a PayPal donation (Click the Button below) to help us over the next few months. Thank you. Please Donate Top Left a group is ready to board the caravan from Boquete to David. Top Right filling out the paperwork at Blood Bank. Bottom left and right some of our Heroes giving blood at the great facility at Regional Hospital BHH Now has Mini Training When BHH started out, the training offered to new volunteers was a three-day program, designed to teach members about the history of hospice, the new organizations philosophy, basic skills of communication and medical care. With the growth of the current span of services, volunteers have joined who have no desire to actively work with patients. These new volunteers desire to be Ambassadors (they are usually the first actual face those who greet people attending our events see, drive people to medical appointments, and perform other tasks around town that promote our organization), or to work to increase our Public Relations, or work on logistics for the meetings, or work to improve our administrative functions. A three-day training program contains information that these non-patient-care people don’t need, so the BHH Training Team, under the direction of Beverly S, developed a mini-training that covers the vital principles from the longer training program. On February 28, six people experienced this mini-training. Over the course of two hours, the history of Boquete Health and Hospice was discussed, as well as current initiatives and teams they could work on. The expectations of all volunteers were covered as well as a very basic review of communication and listening skills. This mini-training will be offered every six months. If you are interested in joining BHH, please complete the application on the website – BoqueteHealth.org. Look for the application under the MORE tab in DOWNLOADS AND FORMS. Panamanian Outreach continues… . Providing equipment loan and services, CPR training, and donations to the Mayor´s equipment outreach program. Good Partners = Good Neighbors! Our Mission Our mission is to provide palliative care for the terminally ill in order that they may experience death with dignity and limited pain; to inform and promote community health; and, to support people with health and wellness needs by providing information, equipment and volunteer services. To Make a Donation BHHF functions with donations provided by the community. If you are interested in supporting the work we do, please make a donation. To make a financial contribution by check or cash contact Merl Will-Wallace,our treasurer,at dharma49@icloud.com to arrange a time and place to pick up your donation. You can also click here to make an online Paypal donation. For more information visit our website: http://www.boquetehealth.org We also have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/boqueteheartshandsandhelp/?ref=bookmarks Please Like our page and share the contents with your family and friends. Confidentiality All patient information shared with any Boquete Health and Hospice volunteer is kept in the strictest confidence. To Contact Us Hospice/Health: (507) 6781-9250 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday Please! Blood Donor Program: WhatApp (507)-6590-2000 or call (507)-6781-9250 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday, Please. Email: info@boquetehealth.org Freely send this to anyone, use any part. Our mailing address is: info@boquetehealth.org Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list. Thank you This email was sent to boquetehealthandhospice@gmail.com why did I get this? unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences Boquete Health and Hospice · Bajo Boquete · Boquete · Panama
  3. MINSA has inaugurated ROSA (Automatic Health Operative Response) which is a digital clinic using WhatsApp (call 6997-2539) or a phone bank (dial 169) to help determine exposure and symptoms of the Coronavirus. For more information go to website: http://www.minsa.gob.pa/noticia/rosa-funciona-de-manera-exitosa The notice is in Spanish. Google Translate to see in English.
  4. Did you know that Boquete Health and Hospice has a blood donor program? Just call or WhatsApp 6590-2000 in English or Spanish. Our blood drives help support the requests for blood needed in Chiriqui, and on March 7 we will bring donors to the blood bank at Hospital Regional. Please see the flyer below, and let us know if you can donate blood that day. Emergencies happen, or blood is required for an operation. WE NEED YOUR HELP so BHH can help you or your family if ever needed! Thank you! Blood Donor Team
  5. View this email in your browser Table of Contents: • Blood Donor Caravan • Being Prepared for Life and Death • Falls Prevention Tool Kit • CPR Update • FAQ • Boquete Clinic List • Message from President • Oscar on the Street • Our Mission Blood Donor Caravan March 7 Did you know that Boquete Health and Hospice has a blood donor program? Just call or WhatsApp 6590-2000 in English or Spanish. Our blood drives help support the requests for blood needed in Chiriqui, and on March 7 we will bring donors to the blood bank at Hospital Regional. Please see the flyer below, and let us know if you can donate blood that day. Emergencies happen, or blood is required for an operation. WE NEED YOUR HELP so BHH can help you or your family if ever needed! Thank you! Blood Donor Team Tuesday, March 31 Boquete Health and Hospice-Presents The BHH Health Living series Being Prepared in Boquete for Life and Death Whether you are a resident, snowbird, or visitor, you will want to understand the local services and legal requirements if you find yourself in a health situation: simple or critical and life-threatening. We expect a full house so please come early. Presenters: Betty Landis and Charlotte Lintz Falls Prevention and Awareness Follow Up Wow, thanks to everyone who attended our Feb. 13 Tuesday Talk on Falls Prevention Awareness. Merl Will-Wallace and Chuck High provided invaluable information and walking aids instruction that could make you mindful of your next step! In case you missed the presentation, or if you want more information, we have a gift for you. For an online donation of $20, we will send you a fantastic bonus gift – a download link to a 50 page FALLS AWARENESS and PREVENTION Toolkit Click the Button Below or see us at our Tuesday Market Table. Donate for Toolkit BHH CPR Update Boquete Health and Hospice’s CPR Training Course has received an overwhelming response from people in our community. We hit the 2020 New Year running with 3 classes scheduled to meet the need of the response. Thank you all. Now we are looking for people that are willing to train to be the CPR instructors for future classes…English or bilingual speaking, we need both. We are hoping to have enough instructors available so we can rotate the scheduled classes according to your scheduled needs and desires. If you are free from any on-going neck, back or knee problems and can get up and down without dizziness or lightheadedness, please consider joining BHH CPR Instructor Training Program. You will receive the training you need to assist in the CPR classes. Contact BHH if you are interested – info@boquetehealth.org Here’s to continued success in reaching our community’s needs. New Page on our Website Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) What are the services BHH provides? How do I access the services BHH provides? What are your service area boundaries? How do I volunteer to work with BHH? If I don’t have a medical background, can I still volunteer? What patient care services does BHH provide? What equipment is available for loan? How much does it cost to use the equipment? What do you teach in the CPR course? Do I get a certificate for completing the CPR course? When and where are the CPR courses? Is the CPR course in English or Spanish? What is Magic of Music? I don’t have a computer. How can I get the music? What is Being Prepared? Check Out the Answers Click for List of Medical Resources in Chiriqui Message from the President It is with great joy that I welcome our newest members who attended the three-day training session held January 20, 22 and 24. 16 people completed the training, learning, among other things, about the organization, participated in a high-level medical training (including how to assist patients to move safely), an overview of patient care and the importance of maintaining patient confidentiality. We have increased our membership with nurses, a doctor, a social worker, a chaplain, health care administrators and organizers as well as lovers of sailing, diving, dogs, music, cooking and the arts. Welcome to: Barb S. Barbara V. Claudia R. Craig G. Deborah H. Douglas R. Genie V. Helena D. Joan S. John F. Katey S. Kathryn B. Lynn M. Martha D. Sandy D. William O. Please welcome them, as I do, with grateful hearts and open arms "It is with great pride in our wonderful members (and donors) that I can report the following as an addition to our accomplishments for 2019: Our Meals Team provided 52 meals to 6 people Our Blood Donor Team provided 36 units of blood to 24 people. Thank you everyone." Council For 2020 Back row left to right Chris McCall, Liz Bolt, Merl Will-Wallace, Rod Parker Front row, left to right Marjorie Ramos Sarner, Lesley Hughes, Joanie Feuerstein, Laurie Collier, Bev Tyler. Oscar on the Street for Blood Caravan in Spanish Our Mission Our mission is to provide palliative care for the terminally ill in order that they may experience death with dignity and limited pain; to inform and promote community health; and, to support people with health and wellness needs by providing information, equipment and volunteer services. To Make a Donation BHHF functions with donations provided by the community. If you are interested in supporting the work we do, please make a donation. To make a financial contribution by check or cash contact Merl Will-Wallace,our treasurer,at dharma49@icloud.com to arrange a time and place to pick up your donation. You can also click here to make an online Paypal donation. For more information visit our website: http://www.boquetehealth.org We also have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/boqueteheartshandsandhelp/?ref=bookmarks Please Like our page and share the contents with your family and friends. Confidentiality All patient information shared with any Boquete Health and Hospice volunteer is kept in the strictest confidence. To Contact Us Hospice/Health: (507) 6781-9250 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday Please! Blood Donor Program: WhatApp (507)-6590-2000 or call (507)-6781-9250 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday, Please. Email: info@boquetehealth.org Freely send this to anyone, use any part. Our mailing address is: info@boquetehealth.org Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list. Thank you This email was sent to trishchristofferson@gmail.com why did I get this? unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences Boquete Health and Hospice · Bajo Boquete · Boquete · Panama
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  7. You won't want to miss this important community education presentation this Tuesday!
  8. View this email in your browser Letter from the President A new year has started at Boquete Health and Hospice! A new Council has been elected (Lesley Hughes-President, Joanie Feuerstein-Vice President, Merl Will-Wallace-Treasurer and Liz Bolt-Secretary). Last year saw BHH work together to accomplish some truly incredible initiatives. Accomplished in 2019 Tuesday Talks (including Panel Discussion) CPR training (6 classes, 1 in Spanish) The Magic of Music program 2 Blood Drives (103 units collected, 75% of donors were Latino) Donations increased by $15,000 while expenses increased only $6,000 (we helped and educated more people more efficiently) Assisted 6 hospice patients (had 0 in 2018) and 14 health support patients Purchased 8 refurbished oxygen concentrators to replace the 8 that stopped working and an additional portable concentrator Update of Being Prepared materials started Increased marketing presence including videos, new tagline (Healing Hands and Caring Hearts) Established a closer relationship with local government and community officials Increased members on the translator team In addition to taking some time to solidify our successes of last year, we have a “few” plans for this coming year: Initiatives for 2020 BUILD ON SUCCESSES OF 2019 Find and train Interim Administrators Find and train a Data Administrator 2 Blood Drives (June 13 and October) and Blood Donor Caravan (Mar 7) Racks to better organize equipment Abbreviated training program Videos – Produce and integrate with current Marketing/PR materials Continue Healthy Living Series/Tuesday Talks Update Brochures with new hours (8-5 M-F, 9-1 S-S) and local clinic hours Determine feasibility for Caregivers Support Group Expand The Magic of Music Program Complete update of Being Prepared materials and have quarterly presentations at BCP BHH is here for YOU! Whether you need care, equipment, someone to talk to or a place to volunteer, we are all working together to help each other and make Boquete a better place to live. Upcoming Events: Jan 16 – CPR Training (filled) Jan 20, 22 and 24 – New Volunteers Training at Handicapped Foundation Building Jan 30 – CPR Training – 1:00 Animales Building Feb 5 – Council Meeting Feb 11 – Healthy Living Series – Falls Prevention Awareness – Tuesday Talks, 10:30 at the BCP (Merl Will-Wallace, Chuck High) Feb 13 – General Meeting – discussion of starting a Caregivers Support Group Feb 13 – CPR Training – 2:30 Animales Building Mar 4 – Council Meeting Mar 5 – BHH Fundraiser Dinner at Boulder 54 – details coming (Chris McCall) Mar 7 – Blood Donor Caravan to Hospital Regional Mar 12 – General Meeting Mar 31 – Healthy Living Series - Being Prepared at 10:30 at BCP (Betty Landis and Char Lintz) Our Mission Our mission is to provide palliative care for the terminally ill in order that they may experience death with dignity and limited pain; to inform and promote community health; and, to support people with health and wellness needs by providing information, equipment and volunteer services. To Make a Donation BHHF functions with donations provided by the community. If you are interested in supporting the work we do, please make a donation. To make a financial contribution by check or cash contact Merl Will-Wallace,our treasurer,at dharma49@icloud.com to arrange a time and place to pick up your donation. You can also click here to make an online Paypal donation. For more information visit our website: http://www.boquetehealth.org We also have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/boqueteheartshandsandhelp/?ref=bookmarks Please Like our page and share the contents with your family and friends. Confidentiality All patient information shared with any Boquete Health and Hospice volunteer is kept in the strictest confidence. To Contact Us Hospice/Health: (507) 6781-9250 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday Please! Blood Donor Program: WhatApp (507)-6590-2000 or call (507) 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday, Please. Email: info@boquetehealth.org Copyright © 2020 Boquete Health and Hospice, All rights reserved. Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.
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    Boquete Health and Hospice has made two more CPR classes available, Thursday, January 30, 1-3pm, and Thursday, February 13, 2:30-4:30 pm (Note: Same day as the Jazz Festival's Garden Party). Both classes will be held at the Amigos de Animales Event Center. Each of these classes are 1/2 full already with overflow from the Jan.16th class. If you are interested to please send your request to boquetehealthandhospice@gmail.com
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    Boquete Health and Hospice has made two more CPR classes available, Thursday, January 30, 1-3pm, and Thursday, February 13, 2:30-4:30 pm (Note: Same day as the Jazz Festival's Garden Party). Both classes will be held at the Amigos de Animales Event Center. Each of these classes are 1/2 full already with overflow from the Jan.16th class. If you are interested to please send your request to boquetehealthandhospice@gmail.com
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    Boquete Health and Hospice is offering a class in basic CPR procedures to the community. Linda Archer is presenting a training program in CPR, use of the AED (automated external defibrillator) and the Heimlich Maneuver (for the choking victim) that will be available free of charge. The training will take place on Thursday, January 16, from 1-3 pm at the Amigos de Animales Event Center. The previous classes have been well attended and it is important for more community members to learn these valuable life saving skills. Class size is limited and the class enrollment is filling up quickly. If you are interested in participating in this training send an email to boquetehealthandhospice@gmail.com as soon as possible.
  12. View this email in your browser Table of Contents: •Best Wishes for the Holidays •Thank You •Volunteer Appreciation •Volunteer Training & Application Form •Attention Boquete •Falls Prevention Awarness •New Music Service •CPR Update •Our Mission SENDING YOU THE VERY BEST WISHES FOR A JOYFUL HOLIDAY SEASON A WONDERFUL AND HAPPY NEW YEAR Thank you for your generosity and enthusiastic support for all the programs of Boquete Health and Hopsice Volunteer Appreciation Christmas Lunch! All year long BHH Promoted our activities and mission through our website, newsletter, videos, social media, brochures, and by word of mouth. Because of OUR VOLUNTEERS…. This year we: Received 395 calls to our phone line. Loaned out 200 pieces of medical equipment – that helped 90 Panamanians, and 110 Expats Made 50 home visits Provided care for 10 hospice and health care patients. Assisted caregivers with 45 meals. Took 500 blood pressures at the Tuesday Market. Collected 100 pints of blood at our blood drives. Which benefited 300 people, potentially saving their lives. Trained 80 people since May in CPR, the Heimlich Maneuver and use of an AED defibrillator machine. Shared helpful Health Topics to the public through our educational presentations. Had successful events because of all the behind the scenes preparations. BHH Thanks Our Volunteers - for sharing their time, expertise and compassion. TOGETHER, as a TEAM - we have made a difference in hundreds of peoples´ lives in our community. Yeah Team! WE ARE GRATEFUL TO N&N CATERING – for their donations this year and for the delicious Mexican buffet they prepared for our Christmas Lunch. Thanks also go to 2 Guys and a Cooler for providing their tasty brownies! Pictures are courtesy of our photographer Mike Webber. Volunteer Training will be held January 20, 22 and 24. We may still have space available. If you are interested, click the button below to complete a Volunteer Application form. Volunteer Application Form ATTENTION BOQUETE As a result of the effective collaboration between the Ministry of Health (MINSA) and Social Security (CSS), Dra. Gladys Novoa, Regional Director of Health in the province of Chiriquí, announced Thursday that as of December 1 2019, Boquete will have medical attention 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The schedules available to our users will be: From 7:00 am to 3:00 pm full attention available in both institutions. From 3:00 to 11:00 p.m. Monday through Friday care at the Health Center (MINSA next to Romeros) During weekends and holidays, attention will be provided from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm at the MINSA facilities and 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm at the CSS (across from Bomberos) The new schedule * from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. will be providing attention in the facilities of the Ernesto Pérez Balladares Polyclinic, by the MINSA Health team and the CSS, this thanks to an inter-institutional effort. This announcement is thus responding to the request made by Boquete citizens to Minister Rosario Turner in the tourist cabinet held on August 2, in this way both the Boquete Health Center and the Ernesto Pérez Balladares Padre Polyclinic They will provide uninterrupted service. It will be provided: *Medical service* *X-rays* *Laboratory* With the extension of the service, not only will the residents of Boquete benefit, but also the hundreds of tourists who visit the place, the neighboring towns and the residents of the region, who will no longer have to travel to David to be treated. Tuesday, February 11 - 10:30am - BCP The Healthy Living Series Falls Prevention Awareness Falls are the number one reason people end up in the emergency room. The facts about falls are alarming - and probably surprising: • One in three adults over the age of 64 falls each year. • Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in Florida residents over the age of 64. • Every hour there are 2 deaths and 251 emergency room visits in the US because of a fall. • 20 - 30% of older adults who fall sustain serious injury. • Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury, fractures and hospitalization in older adults. • Even falls without an injury can limit one's mobility and/or cause a fear of falling. Come to the BHH presentation on Falls Prevention Awareness to see what you can do to avoid a fall. Presenter: Merl Will-Wallace Boquete Health and Hospice has a new service called "The Magic of Music" Our music team includes Val Strahl, Beverly Stearns, Sandy Dillon, Helena Deakin and Chuck High. This team will provide music to any of our BHH patients who request it. We will ask you to tell us about your favorite music, and then create a personalized playlist for you. This is a lending program and we will lend you a small digital music player so that you can listen to this personalized music using earbuds. We could lend you cd’s if you prefer. Music can bring back memories, take our mind off our worries and pains and sometimes change our moods too. This program serves all patients recovering from illness, surgery or a fall, but it may especially help those with Dementia and Alzheimer’s. The Magic of Music to help our patients CPR Update Looking Back 2019…Looking Forward 2020 CPR planning officially got underway in April 2019 with the first class held in June. Concentrating on training BHH members in CPR first, then to other expats in the community, we held our first Spanish CPR class in November. We have trained over 70 people in CPR and Heimlich maneuvers this year. Thank you all, especially you dedicated CPR instructors, for making this program successful! Now for 2020. We have a lot to look forward to. Three restaurants have requested their wait help be trained in CPR and the Heimlich maneuver. This is advantageous to us expats, as we are the ones who frequent their establishments. We will also continue holding English-speaking CPR classes, the next one being Thursday, January 16 at 1 pm at the Animales Clinic. If you are interested, please contact Boquete Hospice and Health Foundation. Anyone interested in becoming a CPR instructor, English or bilingual, also contact BHHF. info@boquetehealth.org Next CPR Class Thursday, January 16 - 1 pm at the Animales Clinic Our Mission Our mission is to provide palliative care for the terminally ill in order that they may experience death with dignity and limited pain; to inform and promote community health; and, to support people with health and wellness needs by providing information, equipment and volunteer services. To Make a Donation BHHF functions with donations provided by the community. If you are interested in supporting the work we do, please make a donation. To make a financial contribution by check or cash contact Merl Will-Wallace,our treasurer,at dharma49@icloud.com to arrange a time and place to pick up your donation. You can also click here to make an online Paypal donation. For more information visit our website: http://www.boquetehealth.org We also have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/boqueteheartshandsandhelp/?ref=bookmarks Please Like our page and share the contents with your family and friends. Confidentiality All patient information shared with any Boquete Health and Hospice volunteer is kept in the strictest confidence. To Contact Us Hospice/Health: (507) 6781-9250 8am to 8pm only, Please. Blood Donor Program: WhatApp (507)-6590-2000 or call (507) 6781-9250 8am to 8pm only, Please. Email: boquetehospice@gmail.com Email: boquetehealth@gmail.com Freely send this to anyone, use any part. Our mailing address is: info@boquetehealth.org Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list. Thank you This email was sent to jwsacco@yahoo.com why did I get this? unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences Boquete Health and Hospice · Bajo Boquete · Boquete · Panama
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