At the heart of any Rotaplast mission is the surgical suite with our three operating rooms. This is where the magic happens.
Dr. Capozzi maintains total focus on the task at hand.
Dr. Schepel flew in from from his home in the Netherlands to be part of our mission.
Part of the mission of Rotaplast is education. The local medical team is observing Dr. Salomon at work.
Our three surgeons are only part of our skilled team. It takes a dedicated team of volunteers to make the magic happen, and we have an incredible team on this mission.
In the end it is about the children.
In spite of the long journey, and long hours, I think every team member will raise their hand and sign up again. I know I will.
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