Open Arms Clinic, A gift from the Hawthorne Foundation,
is the new local health facility for Maasai Village, Tanzania
Local Official informs the Maasai People about the new Clinic
Grand Opening Ceremony at Open Arms Clinic June 11, 2011
Ribbon Cutting by a former Prime Minister of Tanzania and Doug Hawthorne
Local Media records the Events
The Open Arms Clinic is now open!
Visiting physicians from Texas and the Prime Minister
Mr. Hawthorne is made an Honorary Maasai Warrior by the Maasai Chief
Patients wait to be seen at the Clinic
Maasai children play with paper toys at the Clinic
Open Arms Clinic Staff Physician
Ruth treats a Maasai child.
Yuri, staff physician from Allen, Texas, examines a Maasai woman.
David, a physician from Wichita Falls, sees a young patient with a burn injury.
Darryll, physician from Ft. Worth, administers antibiotics to an ill Maasai infant.
Maasai father brings his son to the Clinic
Elizabeth, physician from Arlington, helps a patient with visual disorder.
The visiting staff prepare toys and sports equipment for the Maasai.
Dr. David drains small inflammatory lesion on Maasai baby.
Doug and the Maasai Chief celebrate the Open Arms Clinic
Teaching the joys of Frisbee to Maasai children.
First patient and first newborn at the Clinic ready to go home. Photograph courtesy of Nanette.
Young Maasai child waits to be seen at the Clinic