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Always hopeful: Bed Sheets Naa Ashiley Vanderpuye trained in Holland Bed Sheets but returned to work in her home country of Ghana. Mareeni Raymond finds out how she juggles life as the only full time doctor Bed Sheets at a busy HIV/AIDS clinic in Accra as well as looking after her young baby
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I Bed Sheets have been trying to catch Naa Ashiley Vanderpuye in a quiet moment, Bed Sheets Bed Sheets Malaysia but it’s proving difficult. She is a one woman medical provider at the West Africa AIDS Foundation in Accra, Bed Sheets Malaysia Ghana, Bed Sheets seeing almost „all the patients at the clinic herself. She spends each morning on a ward round seeing the terminally ill AIDS patients in the hospice and then runs a walk-in clinic on the same site. In between seeing clinic patients she checks on the patients in the hospice, and if a nurse isn’t around she sometimes changes the bed sheets herself. When I finally get a chance to talk to her I can snatch only a brief chat before she has to do something else at the clinic or pop home to spend time with her 10 month old baby.
Dr Vanderpuye studied medicine in Holland but was born in Ghana and spent most of her childhood in a very basic village in the northern regions. She always knew that she wanted to go back there. „I never knew exactly what I wanted to do, Bed Sheets Bed Sheets Malaysia but I always felt drawn back to Ghana, Bed Sheets as it is my home.” She decided to study medicine because of the memory of her father’s untimely death. „He died in a hospital in Ghana from a perforated appendix. I remember thinking, Bed Sheets ‚That’s bed sheets ridiculous. How could someone die from something so preventable?’ I felt that if I came back here maybe I could prevent things…