In Partnership with Pacific Islands Medical Aid

As a surgical team member traveling to Christmas Island, Kiribati, Dr. Paul Imperia writes about his experiences with patients, colleagues and members of the island community.

Dr. Paul Imperia writes about his surgical expedition to Christmas Island. Read about his experience with patients, colleagues and members of the island community, published on the Pacific Island Medical Aid’s website.

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Celebrating the successful conclusion of the Christmas Island Eye Expedition with chilled coconut water are (from left) medical student Andrew Lee, Dr. Paul Imperia, Medical Eye Center operating room director Max Lentfer, and Dr. Paul Jorizzo. Photo courtesy PIMA website.
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