The Nepal Critical Care Development Foundation (NCCDF) is a legally-registered non-governmental, non-political, not-for-profit organisation established in Jan 2013, after few like minded physicians working in Intensive Care Units in Nepal came to the conclusion that an organization was needed that could help and support to improve the status of Critical Care Medicine (CCM) and ICUs in Nepal.
With an average per capita income of $642 per year, Nepal is one of the poorest countries on earth. Because of logistical and political difficulties, the health care situation remains unstable and ICU treatment is still in its infancy. See inthealth.oxfordjournals.org/content/5/2/92.full.pdf?keytype=ref&ijkey=VVFSAFdLmFroDvz for more details about Nepalese critical care (accessed June 12, 2013.)
The NCCDF is currently looking for doctors and nurses to provide care in Nepal. Contact the NCCDF for more details.
Dr. Redouane Bouali and Dr. Laura Hawryluck are the International Members of the foundation. Dr. Bouali is an intensivist at The Ottawa Hospital and Dr. Hawryluck works in critical care at the Toronto General Hospital and the Toronto Western Hospital.
Visit nccdfnepal.org for more information. The NCCDF can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, because this information comes from a third party, and is subject to change, no guarantees for the currency or accuracy of information are made. Please check carefully with the NCCDF for up-to-date information.