Gizo Hospital Gizo, Solomon Islands
The Gizo Hospital is the main referral hospital for the Western Province of the Soloman Islands, which has a population of circa 60,000. The hospital was opened in 1959, has three doctors and three wards – male, female and paediatric. It has one theatre and an outpatient department but caters for a wide variety of ailments, injuries and illnesses.
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Gareth Iremonger (medicine)
Q Hi I have not been able to get in contact with the email address listed? Is it still correct? Thanks
Rhianna Sheridan (medicine)
Q Hi, have been trying to get in contact with this hospital. I have tried the firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com It has been over 6 weeks and I havent got a response. Just wondering whether you have any updated contact details for this hospital! Thanks
Kaitlin Faulkner (medicine)
Q Hi team, Just with regards to getting in touch with the elective coordinator at Gizo Hospital..I've tried firstname.lastname@example.org, M_buin@hotmail.com, and finally rung the hospital who gave me email@example.com. I still have not got a reply and its been over 6 weeks. I was just wondering if there are any other contact adresses that I could try in the meantime? I'll try call the hospital again but any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Cheers!
Joel D'Souza (medicine)
Q Hi, I just tried phoning the hospital to try to speak to Dr Buin, but the line was very bad and I didn't have much (any) success! I tried emailing them about 3 weeks ago but haven't got a reply. Do you have any advice on how to contact them to ask about electives?! Thanks, Kat
Katharyn Hussey (medicine)
Q Hi all, Arranging elective for March - May 2013 at the moment. Really interested by this hospital and was wondering how long people usually spend there on an attachment? I am travelling with another friend and we thought we could spend some time in Australia either before or after this - what do people usual do? Also, what is the accommodation like? Thanks! Sarah
Sarah Mason (medicine)