Screening: Doctors perform initial assessments at our in-hospital or mobile clinics, where a treatment plan is determined.
Admission: Patients and families receive a warm welcome, settle into the ward, and begin prepping for their upcoming surgery.
Surgery: After a pre-surgery assessment by the anesthesiologist and pediatrician, patients are prepped and prayed over before each procedure.
Recovery: Patients are monitored by CURE medical staff in a post-operative space before they return to the ward, where they receive regular check-ups. The average stay for a single surgery is six days.
Discharge: When patients are well enough to recover at home, they are discharged with a follow-up plan for continued care.
Rehabilitative Therapy: Many patients require physical therapy or assistive devices to continue to improve their mobility.